David Morganstein

David Morganstein

April 4, 1939 - December 24, 2020
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  • Virtual Funeral

    Sunday, December 27th, 2020 | 12:00pm
    Sunday, December 27th, 2020 12:00pm
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4815 Seton Drive, Baltimore, MD 21215

Aaron's Acres

1861 Charter Lane, #114, Lancaster, PA 17601


David Morganstein, of Baltimore, MD, passed away on Thursday, December 24th, 2020 at the age of 81. He is survived by his wife, Toba Morganstein (nee Kurlander), his children, Dr. Steven (Phylanne) Morganstein and Susan (Bruce) Berger, his sister, Barbara Landsman, sister-in-law, Ann Kurlander, and his grandchildren, Ryan Morganstein, Ben Morganstein, Allison Berger, and Matthew Berger. He was predeceased by a brother, Edward Morganstein, and his parents, Harry and Anne Morganstein.

A Virtual Funeral will be held on Sunday, December 27th, 2020 at 12pm. Interment United Hebrew Cemetery-Washington Blvd. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to Chimes Maryland, 4815 Seton Dr., Baltimore, MD 21215 or Aaron's Acres, 1861 Charter Lane, #114, Lancaster, PA, 17601.
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Posted at 06:30am
My Condolences to Ms Toba Morganstein and family!

Barbara Lichtenberg

Posted at 07:47pm
To the Morganstein and Kurlander Families:
Knowing David in my teenage years, until now, was my gift. Always a smile & kind
word were exchanged whenever our paths crossed. Toba, Susan, Steven, Ann, etc., you were blessed to have David in your lives. Continue to remember all the good times shared, not the last several months. Now, may he RIP. He will missed by so many.

Marla (Pinson) and Michael Montemarano

Posted at 07:07am
Toba and kids,
We are so saddened to hear of David’s passing. His life was rich because your family is strong and solid. I remember him driving me home after babysitting Steven and Susan. We had lots of serious talks and I will always remember his laugh and calling me “cuz”. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Carly & Marcy Block-Knott

Posted at 12:06am
We are so deeply sorry to hear about David. You know how special you both are to Marcy & I and how much we love you two! Our hearts are broken. We will remember him dancing at all of our house parties in the basement, a big smile on his face and you two looking so amazing together (always), black tie parties, weddings, Bat Mitzvahs, crab feasts, birthdays..a whole life of celebrations ups and down together. He was like our uncle. We will
always love him and you and will miss him so much! Sending our deepest condolences and all of our love!

Joyce and Steve Solomon

Posted at 09:03pm
We are so very sorry to hear about David. He had such a welcoming face to us and everyone walking into the Myerberg Center. Along with his great smile, he was such a warm and friendly guy.
Our most sincere condolences to you and your family

Jennifer Osterweil

Posted at 05:22pm
Toba & family-
So sorry for your loss. David was always smiling when he came in to the Myerberg. May his memory be for a blessing.

Gail Margolis

Posted at 05:01pm
Toba, I am so very sorry and sad to hear of David's passing. He was a warm friendly wonderful guy who wil be truly missed by all. May all the good times you shared and the memories that you have help you through the days ahead. My most heartfelt sympathy to you and your family. My thoughts are with you at this difficult time.

Henry H Ducat

Posted at 03:10pm
A sweet and friendly man .I had lunch with him at the Myerberg Center during the last three years of his life when he already exhibited the frailty and difficulty of aging. But the sparkle in the eye and smile overcame those physical barriers. The expressions of tenderness at the funeral by his lovely children were very touching even over zoom! May your pleasant memories be a comfort and may the Almighty comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem.

Marsha Stiefel Pinson

Posted at 02:06pm
Dear Family of David,
It was an honor to attend his funeral today, capturing him so beautifully and warming all of our hearts.
I was reminded that Toba first brought us the poem by Linda Ellis called "The Dash" and felt it really applies to dear David. It speaks to the time one has between the date of birth-and the date of death.
It ends with the following lines reflected so well today by the Rabbi and Steven and Susan:
"So when your eulogy's being read
With your life's action to rehash...
Would you be proud of the things they say?
And how you spent your dash?"
I think the Rabbi was right about being proud of David and the loss we feel at his being gone. We need more souls like him, especially now in these trying times. May his life inspire us all and may he rest in peace. You will surely find some in your beautiful memories of this wonderful and humble man.
With love and sadness,
Marsha Pinson, Max, Rachel, Adam and David

Linda and Harvey Litofsky

Posted at 02:02pm
Toba, our sincere condolences. Try to remember the wonderful years you spent together and all the joy the two of you have brought to so many people.

Harriet & Arthur Oken

Posted at 01:49pm

Harriet & Arther Oken

Posted at 01:48pm
David was the most welcoming person. His smile and his greeting were always there.
We were always together at birthday parties and the holidays when Phylanne hosted in her and Steve’s home. He welcomed our daughter Phylanne Into the family. We couldn’t have picked a better son than Steve. David will be missed by so many.

Irma Schechter

Posted at 01:39pm
Toba, It was a privilege to view David's funeral. I only knew David in his later life. Every encounter was joyful. His big smile and greeting always warmed me. Today I heard about a man who lived life with purpose: to live it to the fullest, putting family first, but also the love and sunshine he brought to everyone's life. I'm so sorry for your loss. My sympathy also to your wonderful children who weaved such beautiful portraits of David full life, including the joy of his and your grandchildren. May his memory always be a blessing.

Sally and Craig Wolf

Posted at 01:24pm
Dear Sue and Family,
We were saddened to hear about the loss of your Dad/Grandfather. May his memory always be a blessing. Our heartfelt condolences to you all during this difficult time.

Marty Goldscher

Posted at 01:15pm
We were about 14 when this photo was taken.

Leslie and Michael Berman

Posted at 12:57pm
David had a way about him that always made you feel special. When you talked with him he listened; he was genuinely interested in what you had to say. David was never without a smile and a laugh. My sister, Phylanne, was blessed to be part of his family. We are all lucky to have had David in our lives.

Carol, Marc, Jen, Andrew and Daniel Berger

Posted at 12:57pm
Our hearts go out to our extended family. We will miss David's warmth and infectious good humor. He leaves us the most wonderful legacy in Steve and our sister Sue. His memory IS a blessing, and we are all the better for having known him.

Betsy and Kenny Goldstein

Posted at 12:55pm
Dear Sue and family,
We were so sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. We hope the memories you have of him will help get you through this difficult time. He will always be with you.


Susan Bronstein and Steve Rosenthal

Posted at 12:42pm
Sue, Bruce, Alli and Matt,
We are so sorry for the loss I’d your father and grandfather. You all are in our thoughts.
Love, Steve and Susan

Howard Sikverstein

Posted at 11:52am
So sorry to hear about your loss......My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. Such a nice man...

Paul and Sue Timin

Posted at 11:48am
David was a real mensch.I frequently saw him at the Myerberg Center.In the fitness center.He was
always smiling, warm and funny. He adored Toba (who didn't).I very much have missed both.I remember
when Sue And I went to watch the last Super Bowl with a group from the Myerberg and we all had
so much fun at a restaurant with a large TV screen.

Sandye and Pitt DuBois

Posted at 11:17am
Our prayers and thoughts are with you. David was a really nice guy. We knew him forever and hope the good memories will help in the days ahead.

Harriet and Eddie Berger

Posted at 10:19am
Dear Toba, Sue, Steven and Family,
As extended family we will always cherish our wonderful friendship with Toba and David.
We will miss David's warmth and smile. May he Rest in Peace and may happy, loving memories
always be a blessing.

Karen Kantor Egorin

Posted at 09:35am
Dear Toba and family

Seeing David's sweet smile each time I entered the Meyerberg Center was a ray of sunshine. May the sunshine he provided all of us never be lost in our souls. His memory should warm you forever as he was one of the great guys in the world.

Barbara Lichtenberg

Posted at 08:59am
Toba Steven Susan Ann and the Morganstein-Kurlander Families:
David’s infectious smile and kindness and warmth he gave to so many will always be remembered. May your many fond memories stay with you in the years ahead. Now David can Rest In Peace.

Terry Kaplan

Posted at 11:40pm
Dear Toba and Family,
My prayers and thoughts are with you and your entire family.David was such a warm, caring and lovely man. Whenever I saw him he would always ask how Bobby was and if I was ok. He always had a smile on his face. May he Rest In Peace.
Terry Kaplan


Rabbi Ronald Z. Schwartz

Posted at 10:24pm
To Toba and family, the consolation is that he was yours. You enriched his world.
May you find comfort in precious memories and Israel's faith in Life Eternal.

Joy Schechter

Posted at 10:01pm
David always had a great smile to greet us. It just lifted to your spirits to be around him.

Harriette and Rod Clark

Posted at 09:31pm
We are so very sad to hear of David's passing. He was such a very nice man. May his memory be a blessing.

Sheldon Bolotin

Posted at 08:29pm
Dear Toba and Family.
Very sorry for your loss. David was one of the good guys. A MENSCH. RIP.
Sheldon Bolotin

Debbie Morganstein Spear

Posted at 08:02pm
Toba and family,

I was saddened to learn of cousin David’s passing. Even though I have not been close with the family, I always knew he would be there for us if we were in need of anything. Please accept my heartfelt condolences and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sharon and Ira Albert

Posted at 07:40pm
Dear Toba and family:

We are so sorry to hear about Dave's passing. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with you at this most difficult time.

Alvin and Ileen Bard

Posted at 06:50pm
Dave was a true Mensch, always kind, always interested in what others had to say, never bragging about himself. He was a good friend and a great listener - it was never about him, it was always about you. We were pals in School 59, and in the Park Heights Neighborhood, and Ileen and I enjoyed speaking with him at the Meyerberg and at the Towers. Our heartfelt condolences to Toba and the family.

Sue and Larry Schultz

Posted at 04:55pm
On behalf of the Baltimore City Reunion commitee,June 1957, I would like to express our condolences to Toba and the family of David Morganstein. On a more personal note, I have known David for over 60 years. We went to Jr. and Sr. high school together. On many occasions, when Sue and I were out to dinner, Dave would make it a point to stop by our table to say hello. Dave was always at the front desk at the Fallstaff Senior Center, as well as Bagel Boys,

May his memory be for a Blessing and may he Rest In Peace.

Ross and Debbie Wilson

Posted at 04:23pm

Please accept our heartfelt condolences. David was a special person in so many ways. He worked hard,
was proud of his family, had a sharp sense of humor and an infectious smile. I enjoyed every moment I spent with David and will fondly remember him always. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sheila and Carl Smelkinson

Posted at 03:20pm
Dear Toba and Family,
Just read this very sad news about Dave. We are so sorry for you loss and know that whomever
has had the privilege of knowing Dave has lost a wonder and dear friend. From early School 59 to Millbrook where we had our children to now at the Towers, he was always been warm and friendly every time we met. Keep all the wonderful and happy times in your hearts forever. May his memory be for a blessing. Baruch Hashem

Sylvia Gamerman

Posted at 02:54pm
Dear Toba and Family, So sorry to hear of David's passing. He was a good friend and neighbor! May his memory be a blessing to you all and help you through this difficult time. Love, Sylvia Gamerman

Salena Silver

Posted at 02:50pm
So sorry to hear of David's passing. Our thoughts are with you all. Salena & Don

Barbara Blumberg

Posted at 02:45pm
Dear Toba and family,
I was so sorry to read of David's passing away. He was always such a sweet man and at all times a gentleman. Please accept my deepest condolences, and I hope you remember only the good times in your life together.
Barbara Blumberg

Carole L Needle

Posted at 01:33pm

Sharyn Pinson

Posted at 12:55pm
So sorry to hear of David’s passing. My sincere condolences to all.

Sharyn Pinson

Carole (Zimmerman) Grandjean

Posted at 11:28am
Dear Toba
I have known you and Dave since I was in my early 20’s. Always a kind, fun loving couple.
I will always remember how Dave would greet me no matter how long it was that we had seen each other.
He was a sweet, kind and complimentary man. He always made you feel special when he saw you.
He will be missed by all who loved him.


Posted at 11:08am
Dear Toba & family , Dave was always a pleasure to talk to because he would always kibbutz around with us. He will certainly be missed a lot .

Mickey Katzen

Posted at 11:06am
Dear Toba, Susan, and Steven I was so sorry to learn of David's
passing. He was a special person, fun, kind, and thoughtful. Leeds and I spent many an evening together with you both at Associate's parties. He gave it a good fight.


Sheila and Harold Fox

Posted at 10:44am
Dear Toba and Family,

We are so saddened to learn of David's passing. Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss. David was such a nice person, gentleman, and an asset to The Myerberg Center when he volunteered there. He always liked a good joke and greeted you with a friendly smile and warm laughter. May the many fond memories spent with David give you comfort during this time and forever.

Irv And Arlene Wasserman

Posted at 10:17am
Dear Toba and Family,
Dave was one great guy.
He had the warmest smile and the bluest eyes.
He will be missed by all.
RIP Dave.

Mildred Mindell Cancer Foundation

Posted at 08:26am
The Mildred Mindell Cancer Foundation deeply regrets the passing of David Morganstein, beloved husband of our member, Toba Morganstein.

Marsha Sindler

Posted at 07:56am
Toba so sorry for your loss and he will be missed by all

Baltimoe City College Alumni Association

Posted at 10:34pm
To all who mourn for
David Morganstein
the Officers and Board of the
Baltimore City College Alumni Association
extend their condolences.

Anne and Jay Liner and Idy and David Harrid

Posted at 09:59pm
Toba, the world has lost a true gentleman. Dave was the kindest , sweetest man . We all are better off having known him.

Allan and Gail Shaivitz

Posted at 09:25pm
Dear Toba, Susan and Steven,
We are so sorry to learn of Dave's passing. He was a great example of what is a "family man." I remember the great times we had going to the parties and dances and going on group travels. Dave always had a terrific smile and when together we had lots to laugh about. We wish you the deepest condolences.

Barbra Gensler Skarzynski

Posted at 06:33pm
Dear Barbara - So sorry to read of Dave's passing. Although it has been years since I have seen your family, I have fond memories of spending time together. Dave may be gone, but he will always be remembered.

Barbara and Perry London

Posted at 05:34pm
Toba and Family,
So very sorry to hear about David's passing. He was so warm and friendly and always had a smile and a kind word to say. We hope that you will find strength to get through this very sad time with the love of your family and many, many friends. May David rest in peace.

Linda Speert

Posted at 05:04pm
Toba and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dave. He was truly one of the nicest guys you would ever want to meet. My heartfelt condolences

Phyllis and Stuart Cutler

Posted at 05:04pm
Dear Toba,
We were so sorry to hear of David’s passing.We’ll miss his warm smile and happy greetings whether in Greengate long ago, or more recently at the Myerberg. Dave was everything everyone said about him and then some. We hope these memories will give you some comfort.

Ellen (Fish) Francois

Posted at 04:49pm
Toba and family,
My heartfelt condolences to you and your family at this very difficult time. Sending prayers of comfort to all of you.

Natalie and Bernie Fish

Posted at 04:41pm
Toba & Family,
Words cannot express our deepest sympathy to you and your family. Just good friends.
Natalie and Bernie Fish

Elaine Seidel

Posted at 04:16pm
Dear Toba and Family:
I am so sorry to read about Dave. He was always such a warm and friendly face at the Myerberg Center. I will miss him. May he Rest In Peace.

Barbara Bernstein

Posted at 04:16pm
Dear Toba, Steven, Susan and family—The many expressions of sympathy expressed here shows how very special David was to all who knew him. I always looked froward to being with him at our many family dinners and other celebrations. He always had a nice compliment and smile to go with it. This picture was taken at Liberatore’s this year on March 1 to celebrate our cousin Ann’s milestone Birthday.

Stephen Miller

Posted at 04:05pm
Dear Toba,

On behalf of my family, we send deepest condolences. My Dad loved you and your family, and always spoke so highly of you. May he Rest In Peace.


Posted at 03:53pm
Dear Toba and family:
It saddened me to see that David had passed. The past months have been very heart wrenching for you and your family. Hopefully all the happy memories you shared will enlighten your loss.

Marsha and Marty Goldscher

Posted at 03:18pm
Dear Toba, Steven and Susan:
We were 6 years old when we met. A 75 year friendship. What a blessing! The first time I went into his house on Loyola Southway, I knew he had class. First time I saw wall to wall carpet. He was such a good guy. We had so much fun together. From school 59, to being fraternity brothers, to playing ball in the streets. Never once did I ever hear a sour note out of his mouth. He worked his behind off from the time he was a kid till the day he retired. A guy I loved being around. I am really going to miss him. Toba, I know how much you and the kids loved Dave. He adored you and was so very proud of the kids. May G-d bless him and may he rest in peace.

Naomi Rovner

Posted at 02:14pm
Tova and family,
So sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. Met him first at Velvetone and now at The Towers. He was always so friendly with a warm smile. May your fond memories bring you comfort.

Toba & David Thaman

Posted at 02:09pm
Cousins and Best Friends!

Rhoda and Stanley Brown

Posted at 01:48pm
Dearest Toba Susan and Steven
Oh what a guy Handsome on the outside and most beautiful inside. We share so many memories and they will always be a reminder of fun happy and precious times we had together. He adored all of you and just looking at his eyes made you feel his pride. I couldn’t wait to dance with him st Carlin’s Park. I’ll never forget Jill’s first bike. Our trips with Associates and our last dinner together this time last year. He will remain in our hearts forever. 💝

David Blumberg

Posted at 01:34pm
Toba- The number of comments about Dave speaks volumes about him and the relationship the 2 of you shared .He was the most popular person at the Myerberg bar none. It was a blessing to have crossed his path and his smile will live on when we think about him. My sincerest condolences. David Blumberg

harvey and marilyn holzman

Posted at 01:33pm
Toba and Ann, we are sorry for your loss. Harvey and Marilyn Holzman

Hank/Fagee Sugarman

Posted at 01:32pm
Dear Toba,
We are heartbroken for you and your family. We had good times with you, but it ended too soon. It was a joy going out to dinner with both of you. We will always remember Dave's warm smile and friendship .
Hank & Fagee

Ann Kurlander

Posted at 01:25pm
My heartfelt sympathy goes out to a Toba and To Steven and Sue and their families. I loved David like a brother and I know he will be missed by all of us. He was a generous, kind loving man. I along with Butzie and my children spent many happy times together and we will cherish those memories. The grief I feel and share with Toba and my niece and nephew and their families I hope will be lessened in time as our happy memories of all we shared will eventually bring us peace. May
he RIP.

Laraine Fisher

Posted at 01:08pm
Dear Toba, I was so sorry to read of David's passing. Please accept my deepest condolences. I enjoyed chatting with David when I came into the Myerberg and seeing you both on those Friday evenings at Hunt Valley.

Eileen and Allan Levine

Posted at 01:06pm
Dear Toba and Family,
So sorry for your loss. Dave was one of the all time nice guys with a good word for everyone.
May memories give you strength and always a smile and wonderful thoughts.

Lew and Beverly Greenberg

Posted at 01:02pm
Toba and family,
Lew and I are so sorry to hear of David's passing. We have not been in Baltimore for many years and have not seen you and David, but our memories will always be there. He was one of the really good guys.
Beverly and Lewis Greenberg

Gary&Susan Talles

Posted at 12:15pm
Dear Toba, Steven and Susan: We are so saddened to learn of Dave’s passing. As a neighbor and friend for many years, we will always remember Dave’s friendly and warm personality. He was a really good man. We wish you our deepest sympathies.

Barbara Kellman

Posted at 12:07pm
I was so sorry to read of Dave’s passing this morning. Dave always had a genuine smile and I am sure he will continue smiling down on his wonderful family. May his memories be a blessing and may he Rest In Peace

Warren Sollod

Posted at 11:56am
Toba Kept coming up Tova ( darn spell check)

Phyllis (Goldscher) radinsky

Posted at 11:54am
Dear Toba.
So sorry to read about the loss of your husband Dave. May his memory be a blessing.

Betty Sless Coppel

Posted at 11:50am
Dear Toba - I was so very sorry to hear of Dave's passiing. I didn't see him often as we met when you moved to the Towers - seeing him mainly at the swimming pool, but when you met him you immediately knew what a great guy he was. He always greeted everyone, was warm and gentle and was friendly to all. His smile was contagious and he just made you feel that you knew him forever. His love for you showed a lot and I know you were so close to one another. I can't tell you how sad I am and can't stop thinking of you and your family. Believe me, I feel your pain. Your memories will always be with you - hold them close to your heart - they will never leave you. Please know my thoughts and prayers are with you at this very sad time. May he Rest in Peace.

Chuck Colton

Posted at 11:46am
Toba, so sorry to hear about David's passing. May his memory be a blessing for you and your family. He was truly one of the "good guys".

Barbara Friedman

Posted at 11:36am
Dear Toby and Morganstein Family, My thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. I met Dave at Myerberg and he had the warmest greeting and smile. May all the joyous memories you shared be a comfort to you. Love, Barbara Weikers Friedman

Shirley and Murph Grodnitzky

Posted at 11:35am
Dear Toba, Susan, Steven and families. Murph and I are so sadden to learn of David's passing. Love the pictures, always remember David smiling. David was a great friend so caring of everyone. So many wonderful memories with Associates, parties trips and all the kids together. A very special guy who will be missed by all who knew him. Hope those wonderful memories will help yo through this difficult time.

Leslee Hyatt Gold

Posted at 11:26am
So sorry for your loss

ellen wollman

Posted at 11:26am
Dear Toba and the entire Morganstein family, I was so sad to learn of David’s passing. He was such a lovely person and friend. He always had a smile and kind words. We shared so many wonderful times together at holiday gatherings with our parents and children. I know you as well as I will always cherish these. I know he will be in your hearts forever. And may his memory be for a blessing. Love you all.

Harriet Morganstein

Posted at 11:26am
I am so sorry to hear about cousin David's death. While I have not had contact with the family over the years, I still have wonderful memories of him and Toba. Sending my love to the entire family.

Janice and Bruce Bolten

Posted at 11:17am
Sending our deepest condolences to you all. May you cherish the happy memories so clearly shown in the pictures on this website. The beautiful words shared by so many says so much about Dave.

Donna Belsky

Posted at 11:13am
To David’s Family,
I was so saddened to hear of Dave’s passing.
He was warm and friendly always. He was my dance partner in the 50’s in many dance contests( which we won)!
I will always remember his smile, great personality and , oh boy, could he dance!!!

Amy & Mitchell Heyman

Posted at 11:02am
We are so sorry to hear this news. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Susan Wolf Dudley

Posted at 11:00am
What a great guy and what a wonderful couple! I'm very sorry for your loss. May his memory be for a blessing.

Barbara Kaplan

Posted at 10:19am
Toba and family, Sorry to hear about David's passing. Hope he will be with Joe and all their
other friends. Stay strong and remember all the good times.

Susie and Jerry Reichmister

Posted at 10:15am
What a foursome Toba and Dave and Ann and Bootsie were -not just family but best friends and as their families grew the cousins continued the bonds of friendship as well - it was the way it”s supposed to be but rarely is. May you treasure your memories as you all continue to be there for each other - please know that our hearts are saddened this Christmas morning as another of the good ones is no longer with us

Herschel BUDLOW

Posted at 09:44am
Meant to say a warm smile for everyone. Senior moment

Herschel BUDLOW

Posted at 09:43am
Dear Toba and family, so sorry to learn of Dave's passing I knew him from years of racquetball, gym time, and much pleasant conversation and joking at the J. He was a real mensch, with always a genuine warm email for everyone. I know he was a greatly appreciated fixture as a volunteer at Weinberg senior center. May his memory be a blessing to help you in the coming days,

Rhona Simon

Posted at 09:41am
Dear Toba and family,
I’m so sorry for the loss of your beloved David. May you be comforted by your beautiful memories during this most difficult time, and David’s memory be for a blessing.

Lynn Davidov

Posted at 09:40am
Dear Toba and family,
Dave was one of the "good guys." Always with a smile in Senior Strong classes with Ross, at the Ravens game, and talking about his family. He will be missed! May his memory be a blessing.


Gary & Helene Lenet

Posted at 09:30am
Seeing David you were guaranteed to leave with a smile. There are lots of great moments to remember and hold on too.

Henry and Mayta tucker

Posted at 09:26am
Sorry for your loss

Larry Layton

Posted at 09:13am
I want to send condolences to Toba and her family. Dave was always a gentleman and a pleasure to have in the office. May his memory be a comfort to you and your family

Renee & Burt King

Posted at 09:08am
Dear Tova: Our hearts are saddened to learn of Dave’s passing. May he Rest In Peace and may all the beautiful comments written here warm your heart.

Bob and Ellen Yerman, Highland Beach, FL

Posted at 09:08am
So sorry to hear about Dave. He really lit up a room when he entered.

Elaine and Jeff White

Posted at 09:06am
Dear Toba Jeff and I were out to dinner last night when a friend of ours told us of Dave's passing. Wow what a shock!! So very sorry Toba...I don't know if you know that Dave and I grew up together as far back as school 59. I remember him with Pete Lebowitz and that group. Dave was such a wonderful man always had a smile and always made you feel special when you talked to him. You two were one of the lucky ones to have such a beautiful marriage. I hope the amazing memories you have of him and you, will bring you some comfort in this very sad time. Of course don't forget Associates Group. That was so much fun! May he RIP.

Michael Simons

Posted at 09:04am
Dear Toba.....i was very sorry to hear of David’s passing. He was a gentleman and one of the good guys. He will be missed. May your many wonderful memories of times spent with David help you thru this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace

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