David L. Grumet
- August 29, 1943 - October 19, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of David's Passing
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Memories & Candles
I am so sorry to recently have heard of Dave's passing. Dave and I worked together at IBM and became close friends via work. He was a true hero and someone who never knew the expression "it can't be done". I pass my sympathies belatedly to his family.
Posted by: Jim Riley Apr 28, 2014
Your not forgotten as we go into the new year!! I know you are not in pain anymore. I miss you so much!!!
Posted by: kirsten grumet Dec 31, 2012
I miss you dad!!
Posted by: kirsten grumet - issaquah, WA Nov 17, 2012
Aunt Ruby, Kandi and Kirsten, I am so sad that we have lost such a special member of our family. I remember Uncle Dave as always smiling and so full of energy. I will always cherish my memories of him, particularly our most recent trip to CA for Kandi’s wedding. I am so happy we had the opportunity to spend that special time with you all. Uncle Dave was a wonderful host and was full of plans and great things
Posted by: Emmy Spence - GA Nov 10, 2012
Dearest Aunt Ruby, Kandi and Kirsten, I never know the right words to say in times like these, but please know that you have not been far from my thoughts since I heard the news of Uncle Dave. Although we spent most of our lives on opposite coasts, I will always cherish and remember the times that we spent together. Uncle Dave always had a way of making everyone feel so special, important, and most of all loved. The memories
Posted by: carrie grumet lehman - pittsburgh, PA Nov 08, 2012
Ruby, I was so saddened to learn of your loss. I pray that happy memories and the love and support of your family and friends will bring you comfort and peace.
Posted by: Peggy Winston McDonald - St. Joseph, MO Nov 03, 2012
Ruby, I am so sorry to hear of Dave's passing. Please accept my deepest sympathy. Hopefully, with time, the sorrow of loss will be replaced by joyful, loving memories of all the good times. Know that all of us "classmates of '62" have you in our thoughts, hearts, and prayers.
Posted by: Lee R. Cook - DECATUR, GA Nov 02, 2012
Dear Ruby: You are in my thoughts and prayers. I was so sorry to hear about your loss. Know that GOD is always with you and will be there for you. We all (Class 1962) are here for you. Love, Joyce Greene Lynch
Posted by: Linda Joyce Greene Lynch - Valdosta, GA Nov 01, 2012
RUBY, SO SORRY TO HEAR OF YOUR LOSS. SAW JOANN MEYER ? AT MARY LAURA'A CLASS REUNION. WOULD HAVE LOVED TO HAVE VISITED WITH YOU HAD I KNOWN YOU WERE IN TOWN. GLAD TO HEAR YOU ALL HAD A GREAT CAREER IN THE USAF. MINE WAS MISERABLE WORKING FOR A CHIEF OF MAINTENANCE WHO CUSSED US JR OFFICERS OUT NEARLY EVERYDAY; I DO MEAN CUSSED. NEEDLES TO SAY I ONLY SPENT 4 YEARS,2 MONTHS AND 29 DAYS THERE. GOD BLESS YOU AND GIVE YOU STRENGTH. PRO
Posted by: JERRY NORMAN - VALDOSTA, GA Nov 01, 2012
Dear Ruby, Kirsten, Kandice and family, we were so sorry to hear of your lost of David. So sorry we did not get to meet him. It has been 50 short years since we were all together at VHS but you are still in our prayers and in our VHS family. Words are so inadequate for the love we give you and wish we could be there to give you all hugs. May God give you the Peace that passes
Posted by: Larry Price - Albany, GA Nov 01, 2012