Conway David Breeden

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It is just so very hard to believe that this wonderful human being has departed for his next big adventure. I knew David in Manassas, Virginia!I was a new teacher in town and he was my apartment manager who always had the fun parties where everyone was welcome! The atmosphere was always filled with warmth and love and great food. Once my boyfiend(now husband of 37 years) complimented David on a beautiful belt he was wearing. David promptly took it off and gave it to him!! We have so many...

It is safe to say that when we moved to C'ville and David and Busy were our closest (only) neighbors, it changed the course of our lives. We are long gone from the Blue Ridge but the memory of David and BR hospitality live on. Janet & Branch

Charlottesville just won't be the same for me knowing that David is not in our midst. His presence and joie de vivre however, was one of the reasons Charlottesville is such a diverse and very interesting city. He touched Charlottesville, and certainly me. I feel grateful to have known him...I will miss him very much. I send my best wishes to Busy and family. Mike

I was in shock to hear of David's passing. I will always remember him as being the life of the party and many childhood nights spent out at Biscuit Run

On behalf of my mother -
"Dear Sue & family,
I was saddened to read about David's passing.
I remember with fondness his sense of humor and artistic talent.
You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sandra McGlothlin"

'Rest in Peace', Dear David; your Work (& Stories about You!) will be 'Immortal'. Thank you, for 'Being You'. "Blessings" upon, & Appreciation to, your precious Elizabeth, & your Family.

David was an icon and his spirit will live on in the hearts of so many of us who knew him. Deepest sympathy to Elizabeth and the children. We have many fond memories of music and commraderie at the early pot-luck days at Biscuit Run. David's scultures, including one in our house, will keep his memory alive for us.

On behalf of my brother, Pete Smith and my sister-in-law, Janet Miller Smith (and my long-time friend, Nancy Hersch-Ingram), I send our condolences to all the Breeden family on the loss of this wonderful, creative person.

I remember how, in high school (quite awhile ago!), the great stories of David's adventures always thrilled us. Pete and Jan are away, as is Nancy; I will let them know of this loss as soon as possible. And Sue, I know that Janet and Pete will be thinking of...

Regardless of how far away in time and distance we always care and fondly remember. Our thoughts and sympathies are with all the family.
Elissa Parks
Karen and Jennifer Blackwood


Conway's Obituaries

Conway Breeden passed away. The obituary was featured in Daily Progress on September 13, 2006, and News & Messenger on September 14, 2006.