Plant City, Florida

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I just found out about Davids passing.
David was always such a wonderful host. He always had something good to say. I'm sorry I missed his passing. May all who knew him, treat strangers with kindness, like he did.

David, and Alec too, were great volunteers at Sun 'n Fun! David will be missed very much at Homebuilt Corner. His name will be placed on our "Gone West" board to help us remember him always. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. God bless.

Rest in peace dad, you were far too young. Sometimes I feel like you're standing right next to me, and I know you are.

I am so sorry for your loss. I was a friend a long time ago in college; he was a wonderful person and I regret not finding him sooner. I know he was loved and accomplished much in his short life. His memory will always live on.

David was a great man, and a great husband and father as well. He was always so enthusiatic and full of energy and truly gave thanks and appreciation to those who showed hard work and dedication. It was because of David hiring my wife at the restaurant that i was able to meet her and i cannot thank him enough for the happiness he provided in my life. It's hard to think that he is with the lord now but i am happy that he is free from the pain he was suffering and has flown up to the lord. God...

I will miss you Mr.Dave I always have so much fun eating at your restaurant after school and watching the planes and listening to them with headphones. Now you are with Jesus.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

So sorry to hear that David left us. I wasn't even aware he was ill. I wish you and your family Romina, peace during this time of sadness. He will be remembered by all of us from Winchendon.

Romina, Bill and I love you and David. He will be missed especially at breakfast at the airport on Saturday mornings when he would sit and talk with us. Our prayers are with you and family.


David's Obituaries

LAYMAN, David, 53, born in New York City on January 15, 1959, was called back to God in the town he called home, Plant City, Florida, on February 14, 2012. He loved life, his family and friends. Like his father, Paul Nash Layman Jr. (deceased), he was passionate about all aviation, race car...

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