davidstutzman
Churchville: Suddenly, August 31, 2013 at age 67. David is survived by his wife, Sharon M. Stutzman; children, Cyndi (Scott) McElligott, Tracy (Joe) Drollinger, Diana (Michael) D'Ambrosia & David J. Stutzman (Tammy Marvin); 7 grandchildren; 1 great-grandchild; 4 brothers; 4 sisters; nieces, nephews, cousins and dear friends. David is a Veteran of the United States Army. Friends are invited to his Celebration of Life, Wednesday, September 4th, 7 P.M. at the Calvary Chapel of Rochester, 2505 Browncroft Blvd Rochester, NY 14625. David's Committal Service will be held Friday, September 6th, 10 A.M. at Bath National Cemetery, Bath NY (Please meet the family at the gate of the cemetery).

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  1. Dave was a wonderful brother in law…we had many, many laughs. I will miss him dearly. You went way to early my brother….rest with the Lord.

  2. It’s still hard to believe that such a great, wonderful, friendly and supportive guy could be taken so early. I’ve never seen him upset or down…. just was truly a great guy with a friendly and inviting smile.

    Rick SanFilippo

  3. Linda Marini Barr

    Dave, I am so happy to have gone to dinner with you last month you sat right next to me and we had a good time laughing and talking. I remember you said you were not going to live to reach 70 years old and I said Dave that is to young to die and you said that it was ok because you were at peace with it. Dave I will always remember you and your smiling face, Rest in peace with the Lord. Love, your cousin Linda

  4. To my Uncle David. – you have served your Nation during an era when no one thanked you for your service. Vietnam must have been a difficult assignment – drafted to go and fight. You came back and settled down, raised a family, and lived the American dream. Now I pray that you are living the ultimate dream – spending eternity in Heaven with our Lord! I am praying for the family. Love you, Phyllis Stutzman Wilson!

  5. To Tracy and family— my deepest sympathy to all of you and all of your family. I am truly sorry for your loss. Please know that we are thinking of all of you!
    Tom, Amy, Greg, Seth, and Jack Kimmet

  6. I’m so sorry you lost a father and husband so suddenly. Please hold on to all the great memories and lessons he taught you. He was a great man and will be missed.

  7. So sorry for your loss. Dave was a great man, hard working and fun loving. We had a many laughs and good times with him. He will be greatly missed by many. RIP Dave.

  8. So sorry to hear of your loss my heartfelt condolences to the family. Dave was a hardworking man, proud of his family and will be missed by his many friends. God be with you Dave, you will be remembered fondly by all who were blessed to have known you.

  9. Though I cannot physically be in New York, please know I am there in spirit and am praying for my dear family. I will always remember Uncle Dave’s laugh and smile. Lean on each other and our awesome Father in heaven. Lots of love to you all.

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