David E. Leathers

Burlington, Connecticut

Mar 15, 1967 – May 26, 2018 (Age 51)


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David E. Leathers, 51, passed away suddenly on May 26, hiking with his dog Sam, who stayed at his side. Dave was born in California on March 15, 1967. He was the loving husband, best friend, and soul mate to Carla Bazin Leathers. He also leaves his parents, Richard and Sheryl Leathers. The oldest...

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My deepest sympathies to you and Dave's family. I will always remember his smile. He was truly a wonderful person. May you find comfort in all the memories you made over the years.

Thank you all for sharing your kind memories of my husband David. These are very comforting, thanks again

Carla and Family ~

I worked with Dave at the Hartford I am terrible sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and all those that new Dave during this difficult time.

Very sorry for your sudden loss Carla.

So sorry for your loss Carla. It has been many years since we worked together but I remember you well. Prayers for you and your family.

David was always smiling and pleasant; I had the opportunities working with him on many projects at The Hartford and he was just so easy to work with and extremely knowledgeable. I remember two years ago when we had our departmental picnic; he just loved my little boxster spyder; can't forget his smiles. We will miss him dearly.. Sorry for the loss to the family and to all the people who had the chance to work with him and know him..

I worked with David on my first project at the Hartford. He always came across as incredibly smart with a ready smile and a great sense of humor. My deepest sympathies to his family on his passing. I hope you find comfort in your memories.

David will be missed. I will always remember him as the smiley doggy dad just shaking his head at Sam's happy antics. He was a great doggy dad, and a super nice guy. Prayers to Carla and Sam, and the rest of his family.

To David's family: I am so sorry for your loss. David has been one of the best coworkers I have had the pleasure of knowing at The Hartford. He will be missed.