I cannot express my sadness in hearing of Dave's passing. Dave and I worked together in property management for Colliers Turley Martin Tucker for several years. Dave was my right arm, always there, good natured, knowledgeable, and a wonderful Chief Engineer. He was an amazing example for the maintenance staff at our 18 properties and throughout the company. My husband and I moved out of state but I never forgot Dave and his lovely wife, Donna. My heartfelt sympathy to his family. He will be greatly missed.
When I desperately needed a job, Dave found one for me, plowing corn rows on a farm in Illinois; a stop along my way to find the place I belonged - New Mexico. When I married and became responsible for a family, Dave helped me fix my old truck that took me to work. When my dad died, Dave was there with big shoulders to cry on. I could always count on Dave. I’m glad my grandson had the opportunity to meet him at Charlie Brown’s for a Hoosier breakfast in September.
Mike & I are so sorry for your loss. Our memories of your dad were at the North Central cross country meets. We would share all the stories of what you boys were doing at the time & stories of what we did at your age. Your dad was so very nice & enjoyed getting to know him. Our prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.
I am so sorry.for your loss. I live across the street from Donna and Dave. I lost my husband 4 and a half years agp and they both have been so kind and offered their help to me many times. I don't understand why such a good person has to be taken too soon when others who aren't so good don't.
When we were in high school Dave scared the bejesus out of me, THAT STARE! As we got older we became friends. He has my utmost regard. I wish I could have spent more time with him. I will miss him. Godspeed my friend,
Paul and I will miss you old friend. It doesn't seem that long ago that we were walking the halls of BD with our whole future ahead of us. I thank you for giving me the best friend I have ever had. We will miss that cool demeanor and that sly smile. Rest now.
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