William Charles Greeson
I rarely go to the class site, but just did. I can't say how sad I was to read that Dave passed away. We had great times together back in high school. Last time, I saw him, now 30 years ago, he was teaching at Amador, living in a wonderful home in Pleasanton, and had a lovely wife and daughter. I'm glad he was able to have "the American dream". He was a warm, funny, and vibrant guy, and a good friend back in the day. Condolences to his family and especially to you, Rich.
Sue Ann Hillis (Pirie)
So sad to hear David passed. We've lost several class mates this year.
Tony (Anthony David) Alvarez
Yeah, dave popped by my office a few times over the years for short visits. Very unexpected but welcome. Once it was to give me a newspaper clipping he uncovered from our soccer days. Probably the most hideous picture of me I can recall. I looked like the ball had just hit me in the face. He did it just for the laugh! By the way, hi Charlie. Hope all is good.
Jd Bud (Jim) Thornton
Dave was a good guy but he also could fire you up! He woke me from a nap one day back in 1978 to badger me until I agreed to help him coach soccer at Foothill HS. If it hadn't been for him I would have probably been the crabbiest mail carrier in Richmond, CA. Instead, I spent 35 years in education and found my calling....Thanks again Dave!!
Craig Cameron Clifton
Hard to believe he's gone. I lived right down the street from Rich and Dave during our HS days.....he was a great guy and friend. Lots of good memories. The good ones always go too soon.