David Alan Oldham
1960 - 2020
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David Alan Oldham
Deceased's Obituary David Alan Oldham, 59, originally from North Attleboro, passed away on October 2, 2020 in Sunny Isles, Florida. Born on November 10, 1960 in Attleboro, MA. He was the son of the late John J. Oldham and the late Janice (Pollard - Oldham) Goyette. David had many talents and devoted his strengths in technology to several fascinating careers throughout his lifetime. A 1979 graduate of North Attleboro High School he went on to graduate from Control Data Institute and began working in the computer industry at Data General. He then moved on to Temple, Barker and Sloan management company where he delivered many financial and logistic systems to companies throughout New England. He also received specially secured clearance under the Regan administration to assist in the development of a Department of Defense project for NATO working in Washington DC and Paris, France. David moved onto Reebok International LTD and was part of the early technical team that transformed Reebok over his 14 years of service. David always had a desire to use his talents in the health industry and became certified as a Pharmacy Technician (CPhT) and worked at Mariam Hospital in Rhode Island where he helped so many over his years there. In his last 3 years he enjoyed his retirement in Sunny Isles. He had a love for family and friends as well as travel and being by the water as much as possible. David leaves behind his beloved family, his siblings, John Oldham and Gary Oldham of North Attleboro, MA, Liz (Steve) D'Amelio of Bellingham, MA, his stepmother Sandra Oldham of South Kingston, RI, his nieces, Jaime (Aaron) Correa and Sarah (Shane) Saillant of RI. Also, his lifelong friends Mike Cote and Jim Silverman, Joe Green, Chris Denzer - Shapiro, Kathie Bond, John Feid and Joe Rosa. A celebration of life will be held in New England at a future date.

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Published in Sun Chronicle on Oct. 26, 2020.
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November 13, 2020
My dear Brother now that you are gone
You’re no longer here to share
The bond we had together –
A bond of love and care.
Yet, somehow something tells me
You are watching over me –
Now that from Worldly cares
You finally are free.
I miss you so very much,
And my tears I cannot hide
Yet, within my heart, I feel
You are always by my side.
Ever since you went away
Life has never been the same
Yet, it comforts me to know
That one day we’ll meet again.
Love always
Liz D'Amelio
November 10, 2020
Dave, I am missing you particularly today. You will always be remembered. Thank you for your friendship
Barbara Quinn
October 27, 2020
David it was a pleasure to have been your friend. Many great memories with you and Liz . You had a good run, lots if friends and memories, just sad that you were taken so soon. RIP you will never be forgotten by all of us. Tha D'Amelio family, Jane, Anthony and Susan. God Bless and keep you.
Jane Damelio
October 27, 2020
So sorry to hear about David, such sad news. He was always so nice to me when I was a kid.
Suzanne Harrop
October 27, 2020
So many memories Dave. You were a great brother in law. But you and I in the hot tub at the Cape, while your poor sister could only look on, would have to be at the top. I truly hope you have found the peace you so deserve.
Stephen Damelio
October 27, 2020
I will always remember the Christmas Eves we spent together...your bright smile and laughter will not be forgotten. God bless you David. Sending peace, love & condolences to all that know and love you.
- The Clark Family
Leigh Clark
October 26, 2020
Dave had a super smile and his whole face seemed to sparkle when he spoke with you. He was sweet and so kind . I had the pleasure to have known him and will carry him in my heart that hurts for all that are greaving .
Lori (Iacuzzi) Soule
October 26, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Susan Savard
October 26, 2020
David was such a great guy. He had a big heart, a beautiful smile, and was truly a fun and gracious host. I have so many wonderful memories of him, and am heartbroken that he is no longer with us. RIP David, you were loved by many and will be missed by all.
Theresa Oldham
October 26, 2020
My deepest sympathy to his family and friends who are grieving
We had many wonderful memories together.
Rest In Peace my dear friend
Chris Shapiro
October 26, 2020
Tough one David, I will always remember your vibrant smile and your kindness to everyone. May you soar with the Angels and enjoy the company of those who entered the afterlife before you. Much love to your family members and friends as they mourn your loss here on Earth. Much Love any may God Bless
Claire Coulombe
October 23, 2020
So heartbroken to hear this. My husband Andres worked with him and Mike Cote at Reebok. They were so funny together! We lost touch over the years....please let us know about plans in New England. Condolences to his family and friends.
Anna (Toro)-Bernard & Andres Bernard
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