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July 18, 2018

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October 24, 2015
Dave will always be remembered in our hearts as one of the best neighbors a person could ask for. He will be missed.
October 5, 2015
Sorry to hear about Uncle Dave. Lots of great memories and stories. Even though the times were few and far between, I'll always remember the visits we had together when you came back east. We love you and you're in our thoughts and prayers. Mark and Jostte.
October 2, 2015
Dave was a great guy! Always in your "corner".
He was a dedicated husband and father. We so
enjoyed our time spent with Dave and Chris as
we shared the many ups and downs that life
brings along as we raise our families, but
mostly joys! We made many great memories!
Know he is at peace now with his "adored" wife.
Our love and prayers go out to Christy, Cindy
and David and his wife.
With love,
Bev Taylor - Weatherspoon
October 1, 2015
I worked with Dave in 1970's at Allstate. He was a man of many talents. His stories were always interesting and sometimes you weren't sure if he was pulling your leg or it was fact. But the stories never changed so they had to be true. What a interesting life he had. He would surprise us every so often with a salad at lunch that he had made the evening before. There wasn't a child that he wouldn't stop to talk to and show a interest in their life. He touched so many lives in his business career, boxing career and friendships. When Dave retired in the 90's I can remember his saying he didn't want any acknowledgement with a party. That's the way he lived. It was simple daily living.