ForeverMissed

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Brink 54 years old , born on February 19, 1965 and passed away on March 29, 2019. We will remember him forever.

Professional arrangements entrusted to W.E. Lusain Funeral Home.

Posted by Marcia McPherson on July 9, 2019
David was the love of my life for 101/2 years. We had ups and down as most. I will carry him in my heart forever. He made me smile and cry! My heart will be forever missing him. I hate that he had to leave me in this world without him. But I know he will be forever watching over me . He has not left me he lives in my heart everyday. I know he would want me to live my life full and not waste a single day. I will be with him again someday!

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Posted by Marcia McPherson on July 9, 2019
David was the love of my life for 101/2 years. We had ups and down as most. I will carry him in my heart forever. He made me smile and cry! My heart will be forever missing him. I hate that he had to leave me in this world without him. But I know he will be forever watching over me . He has not left me he lives in my heart everyday. I know he would want me to live my life full and not waste a single day. I will be with him again someday!
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Shared by Marcia McPherson on July 11, 2019

David loved having a good time with our dog Bear.  Wouldn't you know about a month after David passed so did our fur baby.  He had the same problem as his dad but was never diagnosed with it.  I miss them both.  The heart and soul of my life is missing now.  I know David would say stop crying and live life!  He helped me through some of the roughest times in my life.  He was with me when my brother passed and my father.  He really helped me through it all.  But I have to do this one on my own.  He was also the best mechanic you could have around.  If need be he could fix you car issues no problem.  We will all miss his car knowledge.  David and I had taken a few trips and he would just have the time of his life.  We took a train ride in West Virginia on the  Potomac Eagle.  He loved it he wanted to go again this year and take my mom.  Time just wasn't on our side.  We decided not to go because it would not be the same without him.  I miss him calling me and texting me at work.

Our first fur baby Andy was David's favorite as he liked fires just like his dad.  You could find David and Andy in the backyard at the fire pit  most every night.  Did not matter what the weather  was like either.  David loved the fire and Andy was his fire dog.  When Andy passed away David was so sad for a long time.  I could write a book about our life together.  Just wanted to touch on things that I loved David for.  I was so blessed that he wanted to share his life with me.

I have another Guardian Angel in Heaven watching over me!