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David Allen “Dave” Hurd, Sr.

Date of Death: July 2, 2020
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Folk Club of Reston-Herndon

Blue Ridge Hospice
333 W. Cork Street
Suite 405
Winchester, Virginia 22601

David Allen Hurd Sr. was born in Warren, Ohio, the first child of Maxwell Hurd and Maree (Forney). He came into the world with a ready smile and blonde ringlets to make Shirley Temple jealous. Throughout his life, Dave never abandoned anyone. If you were Dave’s friend once, you were his friend forever. Hiram CollegeContinue Reading

Judy Nagy left a message on May 19, 2021:
I finally found David Hurd after years of searching and I am so very sorry to learn that he passed away last year. I grew up one block from David's childhood home in Vermilion, Ohio, and was a student in the 2nd grade with his mother as my all time favorite teacher. David's dad was an avid bowler as was my father, John Nagy, so I would often see David at Lake Erie Lanes in Vermilion when I was growing up. When he was home from the service, he would stop in at the bowling alley and help me with my homework. He was a wonderful person and I will cherish fond memories of him and his family. Rest in peace, dear David. My condolences to the family...I'm sure you miss him very much.
Dianne Lafleur left a message on July 12, 2020:
Dearest Beth, Dave Fr., Gayle and others, Please accept my deepest sympathies and condolences. You loss is shared by so many others who also loved him. Our hearts ache with his passing. I hope that in time you will be able to find joy in remembering the many good times and the strengths that he shared with you. The very first time I went to Avalon, Dave greeted me with open arms and from that moment on I felt safe and comfortable. He took me under his wing when I joined the Folk Club of Reston-Herdon and made me part of that wonderful loving family. Over the years he was a constant beacon of honor and service to his community and I am grateful to have been one of his friends.
Jim Wantland left a message on July 12, 2020:
I worked for Dave for several years—until his retirement from CAA. He was a good leader: always clear in what he expected and generous with guidance. Although I’d not seen him in over 20 years, I thought of him regularly, often wondering what was happening in his life and always regretting that we hadn’t stayed in touch. I’m sorry I didn’t have the chance to tell him that.
Molly & Juanita left a message on July 7, 2020:
Beth and family, remember "Those we hold closet to our hearts, never truly leave us. They live on in the kindness they have shared and the love they brought into our lives."
Dee Peterman left a message on July 7, 2020:
Sending hugs to {{{Beth, the Hurd-Drumheller family, and the entire Folk Club of Reston-Herndon community}}}
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
rose haskell left a message on July 7, 2020:
To Dave's big family, related and chosen...deepest sympathies for this loss of a great guy. We knew Dave mainly through his 35 year leadership in the Reston Herndon Folk Club. Dave was a steady participant, reminding me from time to time, that he was the only original member who never left across all those years. He wore numerous, essential hats throughout that time and his multiple contributions and warm spirit will forever be appreciated and remembered. Peace to all, Rose and John
Sally Lovell left a message on July 7, 2020:
I really wish I could be there for you Beth, but we'll have to settle for other routes. I am grateful I had the times with Dave that I did. I found him to be generous, warm hearted, particular, and easy to talk with. He was always willing to share things he knew about and interested in learning what others had to share. I'll miss him.
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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