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February 28, 2018
Dave grew up across the alley from my family in Oak Park, IL. He then became my excellent dentist for a number of years until he moved to Florida. He was an interesting, accomplished and caring person. I am so sorry to learn of his death, but so glad to have known him in life.
February 22, 2018
Dear Celeste, Dewey and Kara,
It is incomprehensible that your loving David and wonderful dad was taken from you much too soon. Those of us whose lives were touched by Dave's big heart will forever remember him. You are all in my constant thoughts and prayers. Love, Ro
RIP David Krickl
February 22, 2018
I have not seen Dave Krickl in more than 30 years. Still, I'm saddened that I won't be seeing him anymore. He is one of the good guys gone way too soon.
A lot of PONG games. A lot of pool. A lot of M*A*S*H reruns. Some Cubs games. A few beers.
Condolences to the family. Rest in peace, Krix.
February 17, 2018
Please accept my deepest sympathy . I had the pleasure of working with Dave briefly in Sarasota. It was obvious to me from my first day that Dave had great ability as a Dentist.
I also recall his dedication as a husband and very proud father. I am very saddened for your loss.
My wife and I recently lost our first child Jim.
We offer our deepest condolences
February 13, 2018
Dear Krickl Family
I was saddened to hear of the sudden loss of your husband and dad. I am a dental assistant at Florida Dental Centers in Bradenton office. I didn't assist with him because I am primarily in the xray room unless I am turning a room over for next patient. However, I do recall having inspiring conversations about his loving wife and your journey to get healthy. You continue your journey to inspire and be inspired. He also spoke about his teens and how proud he is of them.

Please accept my sincere condolences to you and your family. Only God can bring you peace like no other. Reach out to Him who holds your husband's soul til the next coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. Remember when you see only one set of footprints; it is He that carried you. Christ has Risen! RIP Dr. David Krickl

Sincerely,
Reiko Baker and family
January 29, 2018
I went to Ascension and Fenwick with Dave, and he was also a regular with the Fox Park group of friends in Oak Park. I will always remember him as a smart, nice kid, and he sure loved to talk about rock and roll music.
January 29, 2018
Dave and I went to Ascension together. Good guy. Way to young, my condolences to family and friends.


Bill McNally
Class of '67
January 29, 2018
So sorry to hear of Dave's passing--way, way too young. We all grew up on the 800 block of Elmwood Ave. and I have such wonderful memories of all the Krickls. My prayers are for all of you...
Sue Pollard O'Neil
January 28, 2018
So sad to hear this.

He and I went to Ascension together and David was in German with me. He and I along with Dan Lippe, Steve Hester, Carl Premshak , Paul Ostrowski, Robert Voves went to then Occupied West Berlin (and visited East Berlin/DDR through Check Point Charlie) , West Germany, Austria and Switzerland together with Fr. Ashenbrenner in the summer of 1970 together.
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Timothy F. Fitzpatrick
January 28, 2018
Dear Celeste,

Dave & I attended Ascension (class of '67) and Fenwick (class of '71) together. Really bright guy, as you know. Haven't seen him since - but not surprised he was successful, a loving husband, and a loyal dad.

He certainly died too young. May God rest his soul, and may God grant you peace.

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