David Luan Speakman

Mesa, Arizona


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David Luan Speakman, born April 1, 1959 in Provo, Utah passed away in his home in Mesa, Az., surrounded by his family, on April 13, 2006 at age 47, from brain cancer and stroke. He is survived by his wife, Karen Kay Smith Speakman, three sons: Benjamin David (Emily Johnson), Ryan Daniel...

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Dear Karen:
When I think back on Mesa High, I always remember you and David.
I'm sorry I wasn't at the funeral I just found out yesterday my prayers are with you and your family

Dear Karen:
When I think back on Mesa Jr and Mesa High, I always remember you and David. I always admired David. I am so sorry for your loss at this time but happy with the knowledge that you will be together forever!

To The Family of the Best Hometeacher Ever:
Karen, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family that you may all be comforted in knowing that the Lord must have had a great need for his service in the world of spirits. How grateful we are as a family for the privilege we had of having David and one of your dear sons grace our home with their presence every month for the last year we lived in the Taylor Park Ward. We will never forget his incredible humility and the spirit he...

Dearest Karen,
My deepest condolences for your loss. Your words and courage in speaking them today were inspirational to me. Your whole family showed great strength and the fruits of wonderful parenting you and David have given them. The way your children were able to speak at thier fathers funeral was awinspiring to me. You are in our prayers.

Karen and family,

I went to MHS with you and David and was so sorry to hear of his passing. He will always be remembered for his great smile and warm caring personality. He was of great comfort to my family in November when my Mother passed away. How surprised I was to see him that day!

I know your family and your faith will be of great comfort to you. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

Dear Speakmam Family;
I am so sorry to hear about your loss. David was my cousin, and was a great person. He was a great comfort to many people, even through his place of employment! He will be missed by many!

I wanted to extend my condolences to the Speakman family. I had the pleasure attending mortuary school with David. He was a friendly and supportive classmate that will forever be in my memories.

Dear Karen and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Davids passing, I remember his Smile and Sweet Spirit, He would always say hi to me in school even though we dident hang out, I felt he was a friend. May you all be Blessed with the Comforter by your side
Becky O'Barr Salib

Dearest Speakman Family:
I had the great pleasure of attending MHS with David and Karen. My prayers are with your family.