To the Canham and Titus Families:
I was very sorry to learn of David's passing. I met him only a couple of times in passing while walking down Holley Road, but on each occasion he was very friendly and kind.
I go way back with both of your families. Some of you I knew better than others, Barb of course was my 5th grade teacher and has lived down the road for basically my entire life. As result, I was childhood friends with Danny and Libby. Tim and I were good friends in high school and during the time he spent at SUNY Brockport. Louise, you may remember that I played baseball for your dad, and was very good friends with your brother Damon.
To all of you, and your families my deepest sympathy during this difficult time.
God Bless you all....
Dave was one of the kindest men I have ever met. He always had a big hug and smile hello waiting for anyone he knew. He will be missed by those left on earth but Heaven is rejoicing. - Pattie Vanderstouw
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