- 58 years old
- Date of birth: Jun 23, 1956
- Place of birth:
California, United States
- Date of passing: Oct 25, 2014
- Place of passing:
LAS VEGAS, Nevada, United States
|Let the memory of DAVID be with us forever|
In memory of our loved one, DAVID BULMAHN, 56, born on June 23, 1958 and passed away on October 25, 2014. We will remember him forever.
"It's been two years now David...sometimes I still hear your voice telling me stuff...I have missed you and still can't believe you got so sick and then gone. Love you childhood friend."
"I have so missed your voice....your calls threatening me if I don't call back soon. I miss your sense of humor and I miss "us". Love you David."
"It's hard to believe that it's already been a year since your passing, Big Dave, but there is never a day that goes by that you are not in my thoughts. You are terribly missed and remembered well. Miss you and your many kindnesses! We'll meet again someday!"
"MY DEAR FRIEND AND BROTHER I MISS YOU DAILY ONE DAY WE WILL SEE EACH OTHER AGAIN TILL THEN I KEEP YOU IN MY HEART...WOLFIE"
"When a great man dies, for years the light he leaves behind him, lies on the paths of men.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
I'll miss you, Big Dave, I could have never seen this coming. I wish we were a lot closer these past few years but the impressions that you made on me when I was younger mean the world to me, I used to ride on your shoulders.
You are one of the strongest, loving and selfless men I have ever met and I hope that someday I can live up to your example, and one day I can feel safe knowing that you're on mine."
"What can I say that has not already been said? Dave was kind and sweet and gentle. Like so many others I thought he would be around for a while and I miss him greatly. The amazing thing is how many women have such great things to say about Dave. A loyal friend and a true gentleman! RIP-I'll see you on the other side someday. :)"
"We spend 1/3 of our life growing up to become adults, the second 1/3 being adults and working, caring for others, and the last 1/3 learning how to say goodbye and letting go. The last 1/3 is the hardest. I'll always love you my friend."
"May you rest in peace"
"You were a true friend a man with a heart of gold who will be missed by so many.....love and miss you my friend....."
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