David-Kalitta-Obituary

David Kalitta

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So sorry to hear about David's passing.
I worked with him on a project at NICE and he was very professional and a fine human being.

My condolences to his family

Kori,
Know that through these difficult times, He will carry you. I continue to pray for you and the kids.

RIP David. All who knew you knew also that you were one in a million. One of the best, nicest, kindest, persons on the face of the planet. Our family all adored you. Yes, we've lost a hero. Condolences, Much Sympathy, what can we say to the family loosing this man from their daily lives. Nothing can express. But know we love you all...is all. Tom & Lorrie Willis and family

To the Kalitta Family:
Kori, I just heard about your wonderful husband passing. I remember meeting him when we worked at Sem years ago. I wanted you to know that you, Emily, Grayson, and your extended family are in my thoughts and prayers.
Sincerely,
Sarah

To the Kalitta Family,
We are in different places but we feel the same pain. I had the opportunity to work with David for the last 3 years and he was the consummate professional. His untimely death leaves me in a state of shock. Have my deepest sympathy!

My Heartfelt sympathy to the Family. David made everyone smile just with his presence. The best rememberence will be the laughter and honestly he provided. A hole in my heart right now.

To the Kalitta Family, It was shocking to learn about the untimely passing of David. I had the pleasure of having David in my team and to meet and know him personally. He was a top-notch professional and a great human being. Please accept my heart-felt condolences.

To the Kalitta family, David and I were wonderful friends and colleagues with both NICE and Aspect. I will so miss our talks and visits. My deepest sympathies are with you and your family. I am sorry I could not make his service today. My thoughts and prayer will continue for Kori and the children and the rest of the Kalitta Family.

How can one make sense of the senseless? Know that I and my family are grieving with you and yours, and we will feel his loss for a long time. Kori, we are so very sorry for your loss, and to Grayson and Emily, your daddy loved you to the moon and back and it was obvious to anyone who knew him. We love you all and hope to provide a measure of comfort during this devastating time, and after.

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David's Obituary

David Kalitta, 41, died at his McKinney home on Saturday, May 10, 2014. He was born August 4, 1972 in Austin, TX to Margie Baker Kalitta and Alan H. Kalitta. He graduated from Plano Senior High School in 1991 and earned a bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Texas at...

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