Dayvid Clayton Pakko
If there ever was a child who attacked the world with tenacity it was Mr. Dayvid Clayton Pakko. From the moment he was born on November 12, 2010, the world stopped for that little boy. They knew what I always knew, he would change the world someday. We never feel we have enough time, six years is not enough but the angels needed him for a better purpose. Dayvid loved trains and cars and planes and Legos. He was smart and funny and even when you were cross with him, you couldn't be for long. His smile and eyes were like heaven.
He had an AMAZING family, blood related or just cause. His Great Grandparents, Barbara Henckel and Verne and Marcia Mealey; Grandparents, Dave and Leslie Pakko, Sharon Abel, Susan Brown and Randy/Whitney Henckel; Aunts / Uncles and cousins: Anna and Eric Meyer and their three children. Uncle Dick and Aunt Janet, Cousin Devon and her two children; Uncle Jeremy Henckel, Lori Slayton, Savannah Slayton and Cade Slayton Aunt Terry, Aunt Ruth, Uncle Matt and Aunt Caitlyn, Uncle Matt and his two children, and Uncle Vernon; and His God Family: Mike and Hollie McGillivray and their son, Jay and Holly Koenig and their son; His God Mother Jessie Lozano and her two children. Dr. Drew Filipo was a HUGE part of Dayvid's life. Was more than just his pediatrician, he was like a father. Dayvid left behind three parents and a village of many. His father Joseph Pakko; Myself (Kori Henckel), and the most special person to Dayvid... Joseph Wampler. He has been Dayvid's father for four years if you asked Dayvid, he was his dad. There are so many other people to list but there isn't enough paper in the world to list all the people who loved and were there for that little boy's adventure we called a life.
My little Junior Explorer...
A Celebration of Dayvid's Life will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, October 28, at the Meadowdale High School in the Great Hall,
6002 168th Street SW in Lynnwood.
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Published by The Seattle Times from Oct. 26 to Oct. 27, 2017.