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November 14, 2012
Please accept my heart-filled condolences to the countless Family and Friends of our beloved David. I will always remember you and keep you in my prayers! Please remember us in yours, as you look down on us from above. I will always remember your kindness, laughter, and friendship, over the many years. Your love for your family and friends was amazing and inspirational. You always managed to make everyone smile, even in times of trouble. You could be counted on to break the ice with your laughter, and quick wit one liners. You were truly gifted in so many ways, and accomplished so much in life.

All the great memories at the Barrow house fill my head, and all the incredible food you and your Mom would make, can never be forgotten. Not sure who was the better cook, you or your mom, I think it was kind of like a partnership. Everyone was always welcome, and everyone was comfortable. When you smile, you remind me of what I remember of your Dad. If someone asked me to share stories of one of my favorite families…the Barrow family would come to mind first.

I can honestly say that you were one of the smartest people I ever met, and you were never afraid to take on any endeavor, no matter how big. From building houses, to fixing watches, you were a fascinating individual to talk to. You always spoke your mind and told it like it is. I think that is why you could hold everyone's attention so easy, it just came natural.

You will be sadly missed my Friend!! May your soul, and all the souls of our faithful departed, through thy Lord's mercy, rest in peace. Our Father has called you home. Rest now, and dwell in the House of the Lord forever. Your work in this world is done, and a fine job you did my friend.
Steve Frankevic
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