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In Memory

David Stewart

David Stewart

David Nathaniel Stewart

Born June 22, 1960 in Provo, Utah

Graduated from Georgtown University

Died 20 August 1984 in Orem, Utah

 
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07/06/08 09:07 PM #1    

Carrie Grover (Perucca)

I just know that David had just graduated from Georgetown University (I think) he then took his life.

07/07/08 01:48 PM #2    

Joe Simmons

Daivd was in my church primary class (remember the days when we went from school during the week to primary). David was full of energy and was one of the reasons we had a new teacher each week. They called my Mom “Betsy” to teach the class, she let Daivid know that she was his friend and he felt her unconditional love, she was our teacher the rest of that year and the next, she and David were friends until he moved away years latter.

04/04/11 10:54 PM #3    

Greg Peters

David died in August of 1984 at his brother's home in Orem, Utah. A recent graduate of Georgetown University. David was my good friend and I treasure my memories of him. I wish i could have introduced him to my family.


07/06/11 07:47 AM #4    

Lynn Fillmore

I first met David in Jr. High.  He stuck up for me when another student tried to put me down.  We were friends from then on.  I saw him after his graduation down at the old gas.n.go.  Sorry he left us too early.  A great spirit.  I look forward to meeting him again.


10/09/15 03:59 PM #5    

Jenean Barnett (Lindley Derheim)

I wish I would have posted this many years before now. David was a person who brightened many people's lives. He was intelligent, engaging, fun, mischievous but also sweet. During the time when his death occurred, my former husband (Ron Lindley) and I were hanging out with David often. Just a few days before his death we were with him at a concert at what was "Park West." He was happy and we were all having a great time. I want to set the record straight: David did NOT take his own life; it was a terrible accident. He ACCIDENTALLY overdosed. Unfortunately, something very similar happened to my own son 16 years later (in 2000). It's painful enough to lose someone so beloved, but even more painful when there is a misconception that it was done purposefully. Let David's happy soul rest in peace and let us remember him as the positive, smiling, fun-loving person he was. I believe that he loved life; that is my experience with David and I miss that he's not here now.

 


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