- 58 years old
- Date of birth: Apr 16, 1953
- Place of birth:
Tacoma, Washington, United States
- Date of passing: May 10, 2011
- Place of passing:
Spanaway, Washington, United States
|Let the memory of David Paul be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, David Paul Begallia who was born on April 16, 1953 and passed away on May 10, 2011. Dave loved comedy movies and comedy in general. He also had a hobby of working on old cars when he was younger. He raced at Seattle International Raceway and loved the outdoors. He would tell story's of how when he was younger he would stay at his family's cabin in Ocean Shores Washington and live off of razor clams. He would take all of us kids to the mountains to shoot guns and still did with his son David until weeks before he passed. Later in his life he became a avid fan of golf and would go out and play often. Dave was a child at heart from collecting and buying toy cars to playing with remote control cars. Dave's favorite most common thing he collected was pockets knifes, he probably didn't know how many he really had. He is someone who could make friends with anyone, and will never be forgotten.
I was at the old Maple Tree spot the other day fishing with you John & Dad, we didn't catch any fish but the memories were good. Remember the time we were trolling & I caught a snag that pulled my rod out of the boat & into the lake, thought I lost that old pole our father gave me for my birthday, but when you reeled in your rod their was a line caught on your lure & when we pulled it in I got my rod back, RIP Bother & thanks for always being there for me...Huggs"
"Love you my brother, you were gone too soon."
"Richie: was your mom Gloria ? Were you a "ring bearer" at a wedding in 1965 ?"
"I remember when Crystal and I were younger Dave would take us out to the race track where he raced his car, we had a lotof fun there! You are missed by many! May you rest in peace."
"I miss you dad"
I have been doing some fishing by myself at the Maple tree on Ohop the last few weeks & I felt you and Dad were there, I miss you both...
"Happy Birthday Bro,
I am thankful for all you taught me. Every time I work on a car or go fishing I think of you and the good times we had doing those things...Huggs,
Rich D. Begallia"
"miss you dad cant believe it's been 2 years now. Seems like yesterday."
"We love and Miss you Very much dad xoxo"
"Dave Begallia was a loving father and grandfather. He had the best sence of humor and loved outdoor activities like shooting guns, fishing, and gold panning when he was younger with his father. He raced race cars at Seattle International Raceway. he"
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