David A.
GREECE: Wednesday, October 10, 2007. Predeceased by his parents, Howard(Ollie) & Rose Blonowicz. He is survived by his son, Thomas(Kristin)McCarthy; brother, Robert(Carol)Blonowicz; nephew, Brian(Rhonda)Blonowicz; niece, Kristin(Carey)Toney; several cousins; many friends. No prior calling. Family and friends may attend a Memorial Gathering on Thursday, 6:00PM at Golden Ponds Restaurant, 500 Long Pond Road. Interment held at the convenience of family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the American Diabetes Association, 595 Blossom Road, Suite 208, Rochester, NY 14610.

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  1. David – I can’t believe you’re not here to laugh with, share stories, smiles and love of our long term friendship. You will be missed, thought of and remembered not only for being you but for saving me when I needed you. Eternity is yours – until we meet again you are a blessing and blessed.

  2. David, dear David was the closest (male)person I’ve had in my life as whom I would proudly refer to as my Brother. We went through some of the real tough times of this thing we call society, and also great times of life… growing up full of testosterone and exuberance and curiosity and idealism. We together, were adapting to a kinda crazy world. We both created rather incredible real-life stories/experiences. Our experiences gave us smiles and scars that we shared together with pride.
    I sometimes nagged him about aging less than gracefully, and he’d reply, he got twice living of most people done in 1/2 the time. It was true and then some. His strong will and playful attitude made the tough times better. He will always be like a brother to me. And darned…. if he didn’t beat me to the other side now. He certainly is, one in a million. Love and respect to a warrior with a playful heart, a true friend and my Brother eternal.
    – Vaughan –

  3. David, too early your life was taken, but know that you are in great hands. You were always so kind to my kids and I, and I will never forget the nickname you gave Nick..(Buddah!). Rest in peace David and know that you will never be forgotten. You are with your parents now…embrace each other. Love you, Marie

  4. Hello Old Friend, You will be sorely missed. May you rest in peace and we shall meet again.
    In Sympathy,
    Cyndy and Billy

  5. I was so shocked to read of David’s passing. I was just getting over his Mom’s passing. I knew Ollie, Howie and David for years. l taught ceramics and bought greenware from them for ten years. Ollie & David remained friends for all these years and I will think of them often and with much love. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

    Joan

  6. No one knows that David was a major influence in my love of reading. He gave me one of my first books … a science fiction novel, which I still remember. I shared this thought with him the day his mother died. He was happy and proud of the fact that he had had a positive influence in my life. I will miss him.

    cousin Kathy

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