I related to his military stories and enjoyed him getting people riled up. When I epublished my first book, he was the first to buy it and the money from all the sales went to my granddaughter. He was a good man.
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I enjoyed David's pics of his fishing adventures and his involvement with the local hatchery. His pic sitting behind a tree with a roll of toilet paper and the pic of him in his blue long johns will forever be imbedded in my memory. Another pic that comes to mind is the one of him kneeling down over the chalk outline of a deer. He shared a lot of things with us that were important to him but when David lost his wife to lung cancer, I felt in some ways we lost a little bit of David. May he rest in peace.
I married a moonshiner's daughter and I love her still....