Obituaries2018-10-19T19:42:47+00:00

OBITUARIES

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David A. Stich

August 18, 1980 - November 22, 2018

Service Date: December 3, 2018

Service:
Funeral Services honoring David’s life will be held at the Piasecki-Althaus Funeral Home, 3720 39th Avenue on Monday, December 3, 2018 at 7:00 p.m.

Visitation:
A visitation will take place on Monday from 4:00 p.m. until the time of the service.

Memorial:
In lieu of flowers, memorial remembrances to the family would be appreciated.

Posted by:
Breya Silguero

Posted on:
December 10, 2018

To my Father, I know you’re watching over me for the rest of my years here, I’m so upset with how things are playing out, I WILL find answers for you!! I understand your pain and you are not suffering anymore but I will carry on your legacy, I’m so sorry it had to be like this, my heart breaks I really wish you would’ve came home with me. You meant more to me than you know, I got you, I’m holding it down for you down here pops! always, your daughter

Posted by:
Paul J Plonsky

Posted on:
December 3, 2018

No words can explain the loss I'm feeling of my brother David. He most definitely would give his shirt off his back for you and I can remember the numerous times he and I just had some great laughs , worked together and he would always give me the drive to keep going on a job and had a gift to give people confidence! David also had a dark side where as he suffered gravely with mental illness that he was too proud to confide in too many but we have talked about it and because he entrusted in me and respected me I wish he'd have called out to others as well. I will severely miss him. He is in good hands now and at peace. Love ya bro, RIP

Posted by:
Dawn Johnson

Posted on:
December 3, 2018

Deanna, Sorry for the loss of your son. It's hard when they leave us so soon. Take comfort in knowing that he is at peace. Share all your memories, as it will help you through the sad times and remember the love and laughter you shared. Know that you are not alone and we are all here to lend a shoulder,along with a gigantic, ginormous, warm hug, should you need it Lil' Sister. We are all only a phone call away. Condolences to the rest of the family during this difficult time. Remember when you feel the warmth of the sun on your face, or a cardinal is near by, or you happen to see a butterfly or a dragonfly, remember it is David letting you know he is okay, and that he is near and always with you in your heart. God Speed David. You will be truly missed.

Posted by:
Sean Rosenmarkel

Posted on:
November 30, 2018

Barley knew David but his positive attitude was contagious. The world could be a better place with more people like David. RIP Brother

Posted by:
Amanda L. Harding & Family

Posted on:
November 30, 2018

Condolences to Jennifer & her family. We will be thinking of you during this time. very sorry for your lost

Posted by:
Sandy Sorensen

Posted on:
November 30, 2018

Dear Deanna & family, I was so sorry to hear of David's passing. You can have some comfort in knowing that God is taking care of David now. I love you so much & miss you terribly, wish you were closer. Proud to be your (second) Mom. Sandy Sorensen

Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
November 30, 2018

Dave I know you see me typing this message from heaven. I am so happy I took a chance hiring you to cut down the tree in the back of my house at 4905. You gave me a great price and I gained a long time valuable friendship. You helped me in many ways throughout the years and always had a listening ear when I would need someone to talk to, or even vent. You would try and help me find a resolution to problems when needed. I always did my best to reciprocate and show my appreciation and be there for you as well. My door was aIways open for you and even when you went away a few times I would take your calls and write you back. I wish we could of talked about whatever problems you were experiencing. I now feel a void in my life and must pray for healing. I will miss your visits where you always seemed cheerful and would lift everyones spirits. I will miss you greatly, but know we will see each other again in heaven. Love to you, Uncle Dean!