We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Raffeo-DiCecco
David was born in Los Angeles, CA where he resided until he completed his undergraduate work at Cal State University Northridge with honors. David moved on to pursue his PhD from the University of Chicago under full scholarship.
David was a true artist in many ways; he loved and excelled at creating something from nothing. His favorite art creation called "Phoenix" was such an example of using circuit boards, found objects, ink, composition gold leaf, watercolor paper, acrylic paint, modeling paste, window and plywood.
David's passion and creativity overlaid into many areas. David was an avid reader, loved cooking, listening to music, spending time in nature, gardening and working with his brain. He loved his job and the ability to help his customers with creative solutions to achieve their goals.
David was preceded in death by his parents, younger brother Keith, twin sister Linda and stepsisters Suzy, Anne and Mary Alice.
In the midst of our great sadness and loss, we are grateful for the time we did have with David. David left us too soon.
David's physical love, energy and light will be missed forever and a day.
David is survived by the love of his life Carla and his younger sister Anne-Marie
A local Celebration of David's Life will be held from 4:30 PM to 8:00 PM on Thursday, May 26th.
Please connect with Carla or Anne-Marie for details