How ironic that Dave will be laid to rest on the Society's 75th birthday.
May we all take a moment to reflect on his many contributions and ask
ourselves the tough question: who will take his place? Who will provide the
next level of inspiration, education, fellowship and joy that Dave did?
Or will his burial not be ironic, but prophetic? Will the Society itself be
able to survive without the likes of the Dave's of the world? I believe we
can gather inspiration and dedicate ourselves to everything Dave stood for
by dropping all the nonsense and finger-pointing and just doing the things
that need to be done to bring the pure joy of sharing a chord with three
other guys. That will be the most fitting memorial to a man who so dearly
loved this organization.
RIP, Dave. You may be gone, but your work will serve us well as we once
again learn to share harmony in all its aspects. It truly is the least we
On Sun, Apr 7, 2013 at 12:35 PM, Bud <budl@...> wrote:
> The viewing will be at Bradley Funeral Home at 345 Main St.
> Chatham on Wednesday, April 10th form 2 to 4 PM and 7 to 9 PM. The
> memorial service will be
> at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 160 Ridgedale Ave. Florham Park, NJ on
> Thursday, April 11th
> at 10:30 AM with a light repast following the service. In lieu of flowers
> the family asks that donations
> in Dave's name be made to either the BHS Harmony Foundation, 110 Seventh
> Ave. North, Nashville,
> TN or to the Florham Park First Aid Squad, 60 Felch Road, Florham Park, NJ
> If you can pass this along to interested parties, Arlene would be very
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