- 60 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 27, 1951
- Date of passing: May 26, 2011
|Let the memory of David be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Lippert, 60, born on February 27, 1951 and passed away on May 26, 2011. We will remember him forever.
THOSE WHO LIVE ON IN THE HEARTS OF OTHERS NEVER DIE.
"I met Dave in August 1969 during our first few days at Niagara University. We we classmates, frat brothers and friends. I lived across the hall from him in Timon and attached two pictures of Dave's 19th birthday (you will have to lay down to view). As the party got underway Dave gave us a 3 Dog Night Concert. Hard to believe five years have gone by...harder to believe we were ever that young. Great guy - still miss him."
"It's so tough to know you're missing these next steps in my life, but I know you are always with me. I miss you still every day"
"Even though it has been 5 years, I can still remember all the details of that day. I wish more than anything that I could have been holding you close when you left for heaven. I hold you close in my heart everyday.
I am grateful to God that I had you for 35 years and I would have loved 35 more. As we plan Allison's wedding your presence is missed greatly and I know you will be watching over her.
I love you! I miss you!"
""You are gone from my sight...
But never from my heart"
Miss you Lippie but still love you!"
"Hey - Dave, I really miss your presence on this plane. I hope that you continue to keep an eye on your brood from up above, especially Zorro. Love, Katie and Larry"
"I spent time at your grave on your birthday. I called your mom to thank her for having you so that I could find you and love you. I thanked God for the gift of you in my life.
I still miss you every day. I am doing my best to get to heaven to join you with the Lord.
I love you!"
"Happy Birthday my dear friend.
Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and your quirky smile which brings a smile to my face.
Love you always, Lin"
"WELL, Girl, I know how much you miss Dave.I miss him, too. Please be open to his love as it will come over you like a wave in the ocean when you least expect it. xoxo, k"
"Wow another year as flown by quickly. We know that a lot of people are missing you, but they always remember you at varied times. That is a legacy in itself, to be remembered constantly. Put in a good word for Nick and I up there as we battle again."
"Read at 2015 Birthday celebration
A Gift From Heaven
I am with you always
I live in your heart
I speak to your soul
we are not far apart
When you feel a light breeze
Hear the songs the birds sing
Know that I see every smile
Your kindness can bring
I see you building your dreams
With wisdom and grace
And asking His guidance
With each challenge you face
I am more than a memory
You will feel our love grow
I am forever your angel
Some things you just know
Please tell me your thoughts
Your hopes and your fears
And know that through faith
He will heal all your tears
For today, I can share
That in Heaven above
God has taken my hand
I am complete, I am love
"I only knew Dave for a few years. Every time I visited, no matter how he was feeling, he would make sure to ask me how I was doing and how my life was. He made me feel so welcome in his home in spite of everything else going on. He was a sweet and caring man; I am honored and grateful to have known him, even for just a few years. If the way he treated me was a glimpse into the man he was for the rest of his life, I can see how much he blessed and enhanced those whose lives he touched throughout his life."
"Uncle Dave had a fun personality and great sense of humor that he enjoyed sharing with his friends and family. He always had a positive outlook on life even during his final days with us."
"On the three year anniversary of your passing, the pain of missing you is still so strong. You were my best friend and I will love you forever. Thank you for being part of my life and I treasure the 35 years of memories we made. XOXO"
"I find it interesting that I get to know the stories about the past after my friends are gone. With Dave, it was a little different. I got a glimpse into him at many a moment after Mass or during Supper Club. Then, after he passed, I got to hear even better stories. Dave, I wish I had known you longer and better."
We think of you often. You were a true gentleman,great husband and father, and all around great guy! You are missed."
"Nick and I really got to know Dave and Dianne through Supper Club. Dave had a quick sense of humor and it came out readily. Through Dave's journey and death he always was positive and did the best he could under his situation. Dianne was and is a loving wife whom misses her husband daily. It is our time to be a supportive and loving friend to Dianne and her family, and Nick and I will always be there for her in whatever she needs. Dave, be at peace and know you helped me on my cancer journey a year later. Thanks and now both of us are passing our limited knowledge on."
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