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David Allen Bartlett
Date of Death: December 31, 1969
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David Allen Bartlett, Lt. Col Ret, USMC David Allen Bartlett, Lt. Col Ret, USMC, 58, of Middletown, VA, formerly of Stafford, VA, died Tuesday, June 8, 2010, in his home. Mr. Bartlett was born in 1951, in San Diego, CA, the son of Mary Bell Bartlett and the late Ernest E. Bartlett. He was a …
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Christopher Bartlett left a message on June 15, 2012:
Just found this Site, My Father David was the bees knees and my mentor. His policy of unconditional kindness, friendship and making it his personal responsibility that everyone around him be comfortable in their shoes and truly HAPPY is a testament to his patience and character. I am so glad that he was so unique that one could not deign to fill his shoes, only to try and reproduce the feelings he freely gave. I am so proud of my Dad that it gives me tears knowing he has made such a mark on me and that so many people have written on this website to mourn him. Thank you everyone for writing such great things about my dad, Ret. Lt Col. David "BartFart" Bartlett. And If you read "Dont go Gentle into that good night" and hear the passage "Rage, rage against the dying of the light" we should know that it is a mourning son writing it. A son that has to work it through. Now I know truly in my heart, that there was never any sadness inside you when you left this earth.... only peace .... and thanks to you father, peace inside me. Regards, Christopher Bartlett P.S. Poppa-San and my daughter Kaleah playing computer games, I know for sure there is a picture of me or Jason doing the same thing.
Mary Mitchell Nelson left a message on June 13, 2010:
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Carol McCauley left a message on June 13, 2010:
I grew up with David and his family. What an honor to have known such a great guy. I am so sorry for your loss. With sincere sorrow, Carol Warriner McCauley
Connie Lambert Gilbert left a message on June 13, 2010:
David was my first cousin. I looked forward every summer to my Texas cousins coming to Virginia as we grew up. We had such a good time out there in the country. I remember David being the "tease"....always playing jokes and pranks and laughing. I can't believe he's gone. We (the cousins) sort of went our own way after we grew up, and I sure regret that we didn't get to spend time together. Some of the best times were spent exploring the woods and countryside around our hometime in VA. I have no doubt David lived a wonderful, full, and fun life. I regret I've never met his children (my 2nd cousins). David - the family will miss you. Love to the family. Connie Lambert Gilbert Dublin, Ohio
Derelys Mitchell Presley left a message on June 13, 2010:
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Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Lana Baker left a message on June 13, 2010:
I just want to say how saddened we were to hear of the loss of your brother and of course your mother's son David. He has been in our prayers and in the prayers of Jenks First Baptist Church Adult Class. I too have lost a brother and I know how your heart is broken. God is the answer to get through these times when you hurt the most. Let Him take you into His arms and hold you close. Please know that Al & I are still praying for your family. We love ya'll very much. Al & Lana Baker
Mary Mitchell Nelson left a message on June 13, 2010:
It is amazing how much David resembles his dad in this photo. David admired his dad and tried to please him in most everything that he did. I know that Mr. Bartlett smiled proudly when David became a Marine, and even more proudly with each step of progression while he served in the Marine Corp. David idolized his older brother, Robert, loved his cool older brother, Jimmy, and envied the cars and bikes that Phillip had. Phillip was kind enough to let David drive his cars and bikes when David couldn't bear to drive that old station wagon on his dates. So many funny stories about the family station wagon, and the contraptions that Mr. Bartlett added to it for family trips! He adored his mother, Mary, and his two younger sisters, Mary Sue and JoAnn. I knew David in high school and college. He was the life of the party, the personality plus guy. I never knew of anyone who didn't like David. I had the privilege of meeting his wife, Linda, and her children, and David's boys several years back. What a great family! I know that all of them must be greatly saddened by his death. I know that his aspirations for his children, his contagious laugh, and that Barty-Bat smile of his will long be remembered and heard in your hearts. My prayers and thoughts will be with each of you at his service. I feel sure that David will be looking down on everyone with his arm around his dad, and saying, "Dad, I made it!" Arlington Cemetery is fortunate to have David Allen Bartlett among its great names. Mary Mitchell Nelson
Ducy Mitchell left a message on June 13, 2010:
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Jaimie Bartlett left a message on June 13, 2010:
All who knew him are suffering a great loss. We will miss him very much, One day we will see him again... We are so sorry we couldn't be thier, but we will have memory's for ever... Love Robert & Jaimie Bartlett, and kiddos....
Darlene Litten left a message on June 13, 2010:
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Susan (Bartlett) Beaty-Martin left a message on June 13, 2010:
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Andy Hansen left a message on June 12, 2010:
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Andy Hansen left a message on June 12, 2010:
How do you begin to describe a bubba like BartFart. A great husband, father, friend and Marine. His infectious laugh, sly humor, daring style, always the life of the party. So many memories, so many good times. I first served with Dave in HMT-303, too long ago, we were both Captain's. The training deployments to Yuma and the late night drives to the Buick Bar in El Centro, with Bubbas packing that Toyota van and somehow making it back to Yuma for the early morning brief. The times BartFart and HarvDog messed with Phil Short's phone lines -absolutuly driving him insane, everybody cracking up with laughter. Getting lost while driving late at night on Kadena AFB and going into the "stealth mode" to elude the Air Force MP's. Dave trying to teach me to play and win at racketball, but nobody could play as good as Dave, All-Marine racketball player. With everything, from his flying skills to his smooth persuasive demeanor, Dave was one of a kind. Dave's storytelling was legendary. I remember young son's Chris and Jason would sit mesmerized as their Dad would start a story of adventure and intrigue - all while waiting for a burger at a resturant in Julian, CA. Dave's life revolved around his family. He would not have had it any other way. Dave was always looking for fun, he was the the first bubba I knew who had his own "man cave" at his home in Aquia Harbour. Linda let him remodel the basement into a "ready room" with everything from squadron plaque's Dave "acquired" from the Futenma O Club, to many of the models he patiently made proudly displayed in glass cases. Everything Dave did was first class - the way he lived his life - full of love and fun. Dave was a great Bubba and I am greatly saddened by his loss. I will always remember his smile and laugh. Fair winds my friend, Semper Fi, Andy Hansen.
Trecia Jenkins left a message on June 12, 2010:
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Allison & Jason Bartlett left a message on June 12, 2010:
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Darlene Meyer left a message on June 14, 2010:
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Darlene Meyer left a message on June 14, 2010:
I loved the day we were going across the golf course at your home, in the Willy's Jeep and wasn't sure we would make it across the bridge....David had a jeep full of women, but you did it...and the day I come to stay with you and we went to the hospital for something, then when Jason came, we all took of for lunch, in the rain, in the jeep ! ! ! was a great lunch, but I had the best time with those Bartlett men.....hey they keep you laughing all the time. Tally ho-Good to go! We love and miss you, but we have the comfort of knowing you are watching over us.
Dana Baker left a message on June 14, 2010:
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Mike Dolezal left a message on September 20, 2010:
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Mike Hurley left a message on June 22, 2010:
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Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
heather vitalos left a message on June 22, 2010:
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John Harvey left a message on June 19, 2010:
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Suzie Whitfield left a message on June 19, 2010:
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Maryann Parker left a message on June 16, 2010:
David was a one in a million and larger than life guy. He was generous, kind and always had a great story to tell. He always made me laugh and I enjoyed being in his company. He loved riding his vintage motorcycle and he shared that love with everyone! He put a smile on many a child's face...when he let them ride shotgun in his sidecar. His love for his family was always apparent in everything he did. He will be sorely missed. God Bless
Linda Harris left a message on June 16, 2010:
Linda I am so sorry to hear of David's passing. I missed the notice last week and just found out Tuesday. I would have attended teh viewing if I had known. David was a such a wonderful individual and as I said years ago when you married him - "He is the nicest Marine I have ever met!!" I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and his family. Linda Harris, Fredericksburg, VA
Ella Hubbard left a message on June 15, 2010:
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Dana Baker left a message on June 15, 2010:
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Robert Wall left a message on June 14, 2010:
Mom and I send out love and thoughts to you and your entire family during this time. Dave will be missed here at Jackson Chase. Bob Wall and Louise Cogan
Dick Davies left a message on June 14, 2010:
'Bart' was the guy we never met, but who was the greatest to work with. If I can explain? We at Ambient here in the UK worked with Bart and his team of virtual actors inside the Forterra (now SAIC) virtual world platform. My abiding memories are of his consumate professionalism and his infectious 'can do' approach whilst working inside this leading edge technology. I think that for him, as a natural communicator, this was simply another means of talking with and working with people. We will miss him and our thoughts go out to his family and friends. Dick Davies, Exec. Producer, & Ron Edwards, CEO, Ambient Performance, UK
James Heusmann left a message on June 14, 2010:
Dave and I first met while Company Commanders at Camp Upshur - we put through two companies before attending Command and Staff College - and wound up becoming good bubbas. One occasion I will never forget is the time after taking our candidates to 8th&I when Dave and I accompanied by Linda and her friend found our way to a place over on Wisconsin and enjoyed liquid libation until abut 0200 when we headed back to Quantico. We had to run a PFT at 0600 that morning. I will forever remember Dave persevering through all of the events, especially the run, with what must have been the most monumental hangover of his life. In typical Bart Fart tradition he passed the PFT, and never to be deterred, it was not the last time he and I enjoyed similar activities and challenges. Along the way we forged a friendship, shared experiences, and created memories that will last forever. It was also at this time that I was privileged to meet Linda and his children, and after subsequently meeting my wife Linda a couple of years later, we always managed to find something about which to laugh and enjoy life together. As with many military members we were all too soon separated by our duties and assignments but maintained contact the best we could. Then years later I had the opportunity to again serve with Dave, this time at the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office and we picked up our fun together. We remained close for the past 15 years although following the death of our son Erik in Aug 2008, Linda and I found it more difficult to stay in contact as much as we would have liked. Nonetheless we cherished and enjoyed every chance we had to visit with Dave. I will miss him as a friend and a confidant, yet I am confident that he is already endearing himself to the other bubbas guarding the streets of Heaven. Semper Fi, Jim,.
Fritzi+ Hart left a message on June 14, 2010:
Linda My deepest sympathy on Bart's passing. I still think of all the good times in PMA205 as well as all the I/ITSEC conferences. I didn't realize you all had moved to Middletown as I could have visited while in Berryville visiting family. He was a great guy and I was so fortunate to have known him and call him my friend. Had I known of his death prior to today, I would have planned to come home over the weekend to be there tonight. Know that you and your families are in my heart and prayers. He will really be missed. Fritzi Hart & Aaron (Little Bubba as Bart called him) [email protected] (Email me with your address)
Barbara McDaniel left a message on June 14, 2010:
I worked with Bart since active duty days at DMSO, through retirement into the M&S Industry. There are those who spent more time with him and knew him on a more personal level, but none who admired and enjoyed him more. Always a pleasure to see him coming across the room (in his hat, of course!). If only his gregarious love of life could be bottled and shared with even more than those who had the honor to know him personally. My thoughts and prayers for the family; no matter how long you have, it's never enough! Barbara McDaniel
james heusmann left a message on June 12, 2010:
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Tom Pack left a message on June 12, 2010:
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Heather Dunkleberger-Helsell left a message on June 11, 2010:
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Robert left a message on January 30, 2013:
Mom and I send out love and thoughts to you and your entire family during this time. Dave will be missed here at Jackson Chase. Bob Wall and Louise Cogan
Dick left a message on January 30, 2013:
'Bart' was the guy we never met, but who was the greatest to work with. If I can explain? We at Ambient here in the UK worked with Bart and his team of virtual actors inside the Forterra (now SAIC) virtual world platform. My abiding memories are of his consumate professionalism and his infectious 'can do' approach whilst working inside this leading edge technology. I think that for him, as a natural communicator, this was simply another means of talking with and working with people. We will miss him and our thoughts go out to his family and friends. Dick Davies, Exec. Producer, & Ron Edwards, CEO, Ambient Performance, UK
James left a message on January 30, 2013:
Dave and I first met while Company Commanders at Camp Upshur - we put through two companies before attending Command and Staff College - and wound up becoming good bubbas. One occasion I will never forget is the time after taking our candidates to 8th&I when Dave and I accompanied by Linda and her friend found our way to a place over on Wisconsin and enjoyed liquid libation until abut 0200 when we headed back to Quantico. We had to run a PFT at 0600 that morning. I will forever remember Dave persevering through all of the events, especially the run, with what must have been the most monumental hangover of his life. In typical Bart Fart tradition he passed the PFT, and never to be deterred, it was not the last time he and I enjoyed similar activities and challenges. Along the way we forged a friendship, shared experiences, and created memories that will last forever. It was also at this time that I was privileged to meet Linda and his children, and after subsequently meeting my wife Linda a couple of years later, we always managed to find something about which to laugh and enjoy life together. As with many military members we were all too soon separated by our duties and assignments but maintained contact the best we could. Then years later I had the opportunity to again serve with Dave, this time at the Defense Modeling and Simulation Office and we picked up our fun together. We remained close for the past 15 years although following the death of our son Erik in Aug 2008, Linda and I found it more difficult to stay in contact as much as we would have liked. Nonetheless we cherished and enjoyed every chance we had to visit with Dave. I will miss him as a friend and a confidant, yet I am confident that he is already endearing himself to the other bubbas guarding the streets of Heaven. Semper Fi, Jim,.
Fritzi+ left a message on January 30, 2013:
Linda My deepest sympathy on Bart's passing. I still think of all the good times in PMA205 as well as all the I/ITSEC conferences. I didn't realize you all had moved to Middletown as I could have visited while in Berryville visiting family. He was a great guy and I was so fortunate to have known him and call him my friend. Had I known of his death prior to today, I would have planned to come home over the weekend to be there tonight. Know that you and your families are in my heart and prayers. He will really be missed. Fritzi Hart & Aaron (Little Bubba as Bart called him) [email protected] (Email me with your address)
Barbara left a message on January 30, 2013:
I worked with Bart since active duty days at DMSO, through retirement into the M&S Industry. There are those who spent more time with him and knew him on a more personal level, but none who admired and enjoyed him more. Always a pleasure to see him coming across the room (in his hat, of course!). If only his gregarious love of life could be bottled and shared with even more than those who had the honor to know him personally. My thoughts and prayers for the family; no matter how long you have, it's never enough! Barbara McDaniel
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Darlene left a message on January 30, 2013:
I loved the day we were going across the golf course at your home, in the Willy's Jeep and wasn't sure we would make it across the bridge....David had a jeep full of women, but you did it...and the day I come to stay with you and we went to the hospital for something, then when Jason came, we all took of for lunch, in the rain, in the jeep ! ! ! was a great lunch, but I had the best time with those Bartlett men.....hey they keep you laughing all the time. Tally ho-Good to go! We love and miss you, but we have the comfort of knowing you are watching over us.
Carol left a message on January 30, 2013:
I grew up with David and his family. What an honor to have known such a great guy. I am so sorry for your loss. With sincere sorrow, Carol Warriner McCauley
Connie Lambert left a message on January 30, 2013:
David was my first cousin. I looked forward every summer to my Texas cousins coming to Virginia as we grew up. We had such a good time out there in the country. I remember David being the "tease"....always playing jokes and pranks and laughing. I can't believe he's gone. We (the cousins) sort of went our own way after we grew up, and I sure regret that we didn't get to spend time together. Some of the best times were spent exploring the woods and countryside around our hometime in VA. I have no doubt David lived a wonderful, full, and fun life. I regret I've never met his children (my 2nd cousins). David - the family will miss you. Love to the family. Connie Lambert Gilbert Dublin, Ohio
Lana left a message on January 30, 2013:
I just want to say how saddened we were to hear of the loss of your brother and of course your mother's son David. He has been in our prayers and in the prayers of Jenks First Baptist Church Adult Class. I too have lost a brother and I know how your heart is broken. God is the answer to get through these times when you hurt the most. Let Him take you into His arms and hold you close. Please know that Al & I are still praying for your family. We love ya'll very much. Al & Lana Baker
Mary left a message on January 30, 2013:
It is amazing how much David resembles his dad in this photo. David admired his dad and tried to please him in most everything that he did. I know that Mr. Bartlett smiled proudly when David became a Marine, and even more proudly with each step of progression while he served in the Marine Corp. David idolized his older brother, Robert, loved his cool older brother, Jimmy, and envied the cars and bikes that Phillip had. Phillip was kind enough to let David drive his cars and bikes when David couldn't bear to drive that old station wagon on his dates. So many funny stories about the family station wagon, and the contraptions that Mr. Bartlett added to it for family trips! He adored his mother, Mary, and his two younger sisters, Mary Sue and JoAnn. I knew David in high school and college. He was the life of the party, the personality plus guy. I never knew of anyone who didn't like David. I had the privilege of meeting his wife, Linda, and her children, and David's boys several years back. What a great family! I know that all of them must be greatly saddened by his death. I know that his aspirations for his children, his contagious laugh, and that Barty-Bat smile of his will long be remembered and heard in your hearts. My prayers and thoughts will be with each of you at his service. I feel sure that David will be looking down on everyone with his arm around his dad, and saying, "Dad, I made it!" Arlington Cemetery is fortunate to have David Allen Bartlett among its great names. Mary Mitchell Nelson
Jaimie left a message on January 30, 2013:
All who knew him are suffering a great loss. We will miss him very much, One day we will see him again... We are so sorry we couldn't be thier, but we will have memory's for ever... Love Robert & Jaimie Bartlett, and kiddos....
Andy left a message on January 30, 2013:
How do you begin to describe a bubba like BartFart. A great husband, father, friend and Marine. His infectious laugh, sly humor, daring style, always the life of the party. So many memories, so many good times. I first served with Dave in HMT-303, too long ago, we were both Captain's. The training deployments to Yuma and the late night drives to the Buick Bar in El Centro, with Bubbas packing that Toyota van and somehow making it back to Yuma for the early morning brief. The times BartFart and HarvDog messed with Phil Short's phone lines -absolutuly driving him insane, everybody cracking up with laughter. Getting lost while driving late at night on Kadena AFB and going into the "stealth mode" to elude the Air Force MP's. Dave trying to teach me to play and win at racketball, but nobody could play as good as Dave, All-Marine racketball player. With everything, from his flying skills to his smooth persuasive demeanor, Dave was one of a kind. Dave's storytelling was legendary. I remember young son's Chris and Jason would sit mesmerized as their Dad would start a story of adventure and intrigue - all while waiting for a burger at a resturant in Julian, CA. Dave's life revolved around his family. He would not have had it any other way. Dave was always looking for fun, he was the the first bubba I knew who had his own "man cave" at his home in Aquia Harbour. Linda let him remodel the basement into a "ready room" with everything from squadron plaque's Dave "acquired" from the Futenma O Club, to many of the models he patiently made proudly displayed in glass cases. Everything Dave did was first class - the way he lived his life - full of love and fun. Dave was a great Bubba and I am greatly saddened by his loss. I will always remember his smile and laugh. Fair winds my friend, Semper Fi, Andy Hansen.
Linda left a message on January 30, 2013:
David and I were married at Quantico on July 17 1987, that is when the adventure began, life was so much fun with David, we had 23 wonderful years together, we have a plaque in our kitchen that says, its not the years in your life that count , its the life in your years, he lived large, had fun and was the most amazing man, I feel priveledged to be the one he loved and I was honored to care for him during his illness. Love forever Linda
Jim left a message on January 30, 2013:
We will always miss u and we will always love u Hannah Vitalos
Linda left a message on January 30, 2013:
Linda I am so sorry to hear of David's passing. I missed the notice last week and just found out Tuesday. I would have attended teh viewing if I had known. David was a such a wonderful individual and as I said years ago when you married him - "He is the nicest Marine I have ever met!!" I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers go out to you and his family. Linda Harris, Fredericksburg, VA
Maryann left a message on January 30, 2013:
David was a one in a million and larger than life guy. He was generous, kind and always had a great story to tell. He always made me laugh and I enjoyed being in his company. He loved riding his vintage motorcycle and he shared that love with everyone! He put a smile on many a child's face...when he let them ride shotgun in his sidecar. His love for his family was always apparent in everything he did. He will be sorely missed. God Bless
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Just found this Site, My Father David was the bees knees and my mentor. His policy of unconditional kindness, friendship and making it his personal responsibility that everyone around him be comfortable in their shoes and truly HAPPY is a testament to his patience and character. I am so glad that he was so unique that one could not deign to fill his shoes, only to try and reproduce the feelings he freely gave. I am so proud of my Dad that it gives me tears knowing he has made such a mark on me and that so many people have written on this website to mourn him. Thank you everyone for writing such great things about my dad, Ret. Lt Col. David "BartFart" Bartlett. And If you read "Dont go Gentle into that good night" and hear the passage "Rage, rage against the dying of the light" we should know that it is a mourning son writing it. A son that has to work it through. Now I know truly in my heart, that there was never any sadness inside you when you left this earth.... only peace .... and thanks to you father, peace inside me. Regards, Christopher Bartlett P.S. Poppa-San and my daughter Kaleah playing computer games, I know for sure there is a picture of me or Jason doing the same thing.
Linda Bartlett left a message on June 11, 2010:
David and I were married at Quantico on July 17 1987, that is when the adventure began, life was so much fun with David, we had 23 wonderful years together, we have a plaque in our kitchen that says, its not the years in your life that count , its the life in your years, he lived large, had fun and was the most amazing man, I feel priveledged to be the one he loved and I was honored to care for him during his illness. Love forever Linda
Linda Bartlett left a message on June 11, 2010:
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Paula Wilson left a message on June 11, 2010:
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Jim Vitalos left a message on June 10, 2010:
We will always miss u and we will always love u Hannah Vitalos
Jim Vitalos left a message on June 10, 2010:
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Darlene Meyer left a message on June 10, 2010:
David was the best story teller, he had a way of making you feel like you were there in the moment. He was always fun, he made everyone feel important, he had the most positive attitude, even when he was fighting the biggest battle of his life. David, Linda and myself went to Europe together, and he left me with the most wonderful memories. We laughed so much, he taught me to eat sushi and was an example for everyone to live by. We will miss you, but you will live on in our hearts forever. David left a wonderful legacy!
Darlene Meyer left a message on June 10, 2010:
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Darlene left a message on January 30, 2013:
David was the best story teller, he had a way of making you feel like you were there in the moment. He was always fun, he made everyone feel important, he had the most positive attitude, even when he was fighting the biggest battle of his life. David, Linda and myself went to Europe together, and he left me with the most wonderful memories. We laughed so much, he taught me to eat sushi and was an example for everyone to live by. We will miss you, but you will live on in our hearts forever. David left a wonderful legacy!
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