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10/18/17 12:07 PM #3    

Christine Duva (Warhaft)

So sorry for your loss.  


10/18/17 04:20 PM #4    

Judy Mijatovich (Davies)

Remembering Dave and his smile, you will be missed. Rest In Peace. 


10/19/17 11:43 AM #5    

Marietta Gerlando (Bockart)

I am so sorry for your loss


10/20/17 04:43 PM #6    

Madeleine Imperiale (Harkins)

sweetest guy in high school, sorry for your loss

 


10/21/17 05:59 PM #7    

Grace Diliberti (Ofner)

Bev:  Many of us are and have been heartbroken over Dave's health and recent passing.  He was truly a friend to all and a very special guy.  He'll be missed.  

Warmly,  Grace

 


10/23/17 10:35 PM #8    

Jerry Ryckman

To David, his wife, children and Grandchildren:

I have struggled mightily as to what I should write or whether I should write at all in connection with David’s passing.

I have had no contact with David since 1967. David like most of the class of 67 live in my heart and mind as carefree 17-year-old kids.

         David and I played together when we were in elementary school. David was a happy little guy who always had a sparkle in his eyes, smile on his face and an infectious laugh. David lived in a big house with a huge lawn on Jefferson not far from Ardmore Elementary School. His yard was a great place for rambunctious kids to play. I use to dream about what it would be like to live in such a big beautiful house. I don’t know why but I have always had fond vivid memories of David and our play days at his house.

         By the time we reached junior high school, I had both a morning Detroit Free Press and an afternoon Detroit Newspaper routes. Although we no longer hung out with each other we remained cordial throughout junior high and high school.

         A privileged number of our classmates had the distinct honor and pleasure of knowing the man David became. I am sorry I did not. However by looking at pictures of David, his children and grandchildren I can see the same smiles and sparkle in the eyes of David, his children and grandchildren I remember seeing when I played with David in elementary school. It is clear based on all that has been written about David and the pictures posted of David and his family that he lived his life well, to which to say, “well done my old friend”. You have touched the hearts of many and I pray that you now live happily ever after in the house of God with all those who love you.

Jerry Ryckman

 

 


10/25/17 12:55 PM #9    

Teri Beauregard (Wesley)

I remember Dave and how much fun we had in class.  So many of us are now gone, but we still have great memories that will live on.  God Bless!


10/26/17 08:02 AM #10    

Sonny Chilcutt

We didn't all have to be from Ardmore to really appreciate the kids that came from there...all of you!!!

The many times Dave and I talked about things, he usually cracked me up....he was one helluva great guy...he will be greatly missed; but, the Almightly and Heaven were waiting for Dave with open arms.

Now that all of us are nearing 70, (just think about that....DAMN)...obviously, it should be obvious that our time(s) are limited (to some extent)...no matter what; we should all do our part to: REMEMBER and take no one for granted....live and love each day....hopefully, we will all meet again...no matter what.  My sister, Sharon (rest in peace, Shen) use to try and rattle my cage about which Class was best, (she graduated in'65)...she would always cave to the Class of '67 because we were always so damn good.  Peace to you all and may God Bless Us...Everyone!

 

 


10/28/17 05:17 PM #11    

Cathie Duva (Kaczmarek)

Sorry for your loss.  Dave was a great guy!


10/31/17 08:16 AM #12    

Bill Laus

Dave is a Classmate who will be missed.  I wish I knew him longer.  I enjoyed his company and I will always Cherish the fact that we called each other Friend.


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