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August 17, 2018

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December 7, 2017
awe Dave...Dean and I will miss your Saturday morning visits! You were always welcomed in our home, 37 years worth of visits... you taught some valuable life lessons to us both, and made us think... your cheerful smile and wisdom were food to our souls. Rest in Peace Dave.
My pet goat Gus jumping on the roof of your new 1980 something station wagon will forever be a story I hold dear to my heart! That's what you get driving down a country lane!
Peace, Bonnie & Dean
December 7, 2017
Please accept my deepest sympathies. I worked under Dave for some years at the water company. After a total of 42 years and under four or five bosses, he was the best. It was always good to come to work each day to see his smile.
December 7, 2017
Dear Del and family,
Dave will be dearly missed. We have so many good memories. Summers at your pool; fun at the lake in Maine (Joe picking blueberries with the bear!); and so many, many more! We love you and are grateful for a wonderful hope that one day, some one like David who enjoyed life so much, will enjoy it again.
Love, Joe and Cheryl Bennecoff