Shared by Lilian Nickman on February 17, 2020
Uncle David, Your dedication to your wife and family is an example for us all. Save me a cold one! See you in the houseboat in the sky.
Shared by Hatty Chow on February 14, 2020
I can't accept this is true that my beloved brother-in-law David has passed away/in his deep of sleep. I cried when I heard the news not just for David also for my sister Kelly and whole family. I know I have no power or ability to resurrect David but I want to share the hope of Resurrection in the near future of the New World. At present seems the great sorrow surrounds us, I prayed and praying everyone is strong to overcome this tragedy. And with wisdom of bright look to face the life that used to have a anchor/pillar- liked in the family and now lost/collapsed.. Again it's hard to learn David left us... Hope to see him again when God's Kingdom Comes to rule the earth. Wrote at Revelation chapter 21 verse 3 and 4 ( I heard a loud voice from the throne say: " Look! The tent of God is with Mankind, and he will reside with them and they will be his people. And God himself will be with them." And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will morning no outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.") We gonna to miss you very much, David.
Shared by Mae Chong on February 14, 2020
Dear Uncle David,

You once said to us, “You are the average of the 10 people closest to you.” That quote resonated a lot and it exemplifies how you're a man with much worldly wisdom & insight. Alan vividly recalls one time when we went to visit you guys and as soon as we pulled into the driveway you were there ready to help us with some type of car problem we were having.  You were someone who was always ready to lend a helping hand and truly a jack of all trades.  

One can step back and look at what an incredible job you and Aunt Kelly did to raise three well rounded, intelligent, down to earth, funny, kind and overall amazing adults.  It was such a shock that you left so soon, but we sincerely wish peace and send our love to the family during such a difficult time.
Shared by Peter Ngai on February 13, 2020
I miss David so much. I still don't believe he is gone. I met David when he transferred from Ft. Monmouth, NJ to Picatinny Arsenal NJ about ten years ago. He is a great person. I often enjoy talking to him, going out for lunch with him and planning trips travelling with him. During leisure times, we often spend time together for a drink of beer and wine. David and I have been planning another trip to Nova Scotia Canada about two weeks ago. I am very sad now and I will miss David greatly. Rest in Peace, My dear friend!
Shared by Kwok Lo on February 13, 2020
My name is Kwok Lo.I met Dave at Ft. Monmouth, NJ when we worked in the Software Engineering Center back in 1985 or 1986.We became very good friend.I remembered Dave as a very smart person, but opinionated.He was frugal and yet generous.He would help you when you asked for his help.He invited my family to his house for BBQs and birthday parties numerous times.He loved to talked about real estate and how to make money from it.I wished I had listened to him.I would be a rich man now. Recently, we had been hanging out in NYC when I came to NYC. He even took me to the bar where he took his wife, Kelly. We were planning a vacation to Asia with the guys in Nov. Dave, you will be missed.You were a good friend and a good person.I will post some pictures to share.
Shared by Gigi Thai on February 12, 2020
I can’t even start. Met Dave and Kelly summer 87 . We had dinner by the shore area. During the time Dave and Kelly live in Lakewood. February 2 1988  Dave and Kelly were witness to our wedding in Eatontown town hall. We celebrated wedding together. Also children birthday parties together. Family trips together. As we grow old we were able to attend event together. Endless laughs and happiness our friendship. He was also long time co workers with my husband Kwok. Dave can’t stop feeling hurt today I found out this news . Tears falling down missing you our fr

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