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David S. Doyle

Date of Death: July 17, 2020
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Memorial Service at a later date
Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury


Memorial contributions may be made to:

SVWC Fellowship Fund
300 Westminster-Canterbury Drive
Winchester, Virginia 22603

David S. Doyle, 89, of Winchester, VA died July 17, 2020 at Shenandoah Valley Westminster Canterbury following a short illness. Mr. Doyle was born in 1930 in Oakland, California, son of the late Charles S. and Dorothy Doyle. He graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a degree in Forestry. Mr. Doyle served inContinue Reading

Cindy Smalley left a message on August 10, 2020:
Your father was a wonderful mentor to my son Caleb. He shared his love of Llamas for two years while I was homeschooling. He was such a sweet man. I know he will be missed.
Pat & Bob Marggraf left a message on July 31, 2020:
Sorry to hear of your loss. A rich and wonderful life. Thoughts are with you and the family.
kenneth feichtl left a message on July 27, 2020:
My condolences to Dave's family. Dave was my first division chief who instilled excellence and brevity into reporting, and emphasized the value of long term knowledge - all for our patriotic mission . He also liberally applied his sense of humor and enjoyment of food/eating to maintain office camaraderie - and he had a great green thumb for flowers & azaleas! God bless.
Joe Ozefovich left a message on July 21, 2020:
Heartfelt condolences to Eda and family. Dave, the BEST imagery analyst in NPIC's proud history and one of the finest managers in the organization, was respected by everyone. He left his marks on intelligence from the Cuban missile crisis through the Persian Gulf War. Dave's enthusiasm, pragmatism and sense of humor helped us through many difficult situations. It was an honor to work with you, Dave. God bless you.
Tom Maddox left a message on July 21, 2020:
God bless you boss. You were the best Division Chief I ever had. I saw you at an NPIC ceremony after you retired and you shared with me the secret of how to make a small fortune raising llamas. You told me to start with a large fortune! I loved your sense of humor and the way you always deleted the last line of cables, because you said that was where analysts alway got in trouble. ?
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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