David B. Smilgys

David B. Smilgys

September 26, 1957 - July 27, 2015

David B. Smilgys

September 26, 1957 - July 27, 2015


David B. Smilgys lives in , passed away at the age of 57.
Born on September 26, 1957 and passed away on July 27, 2015.

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14 responses to David B. Smilgys

  1. Melinda, I am so sorry for your loss. May all your wonderful memories comfort you thru this difficult time. Hugs, Marian.

  2. I needed a 4th for golf tee time, and Cyrus said that David was always up for golf and sure enough he was there. Great person to play with when you’re having a bad golf day.

  3. I still can’t believe this… you are the best couple.. it always has been Dave & Melinda ..for everything……I love you so much…my thoughts & prayers are with you…Susan Wuchner

  4. So sorry to just recently hear of the passing of Dave. As life goes, we
    loose touch with many of our friends…unfortunately, Dave was one I lost
    touch with. Mark Shriver, another friend from Ball State, let me know of Dave’s
    passing. I was Dave’s first roommate at Ball State. We were put together
    probably because we were both transfers and probably because we both
    were Catholic. Dave was a great guy, a good roommate, a lot of fun, a hard
    working student (always doing those late nights of architecture student work),
    and like me in the busy college scene tried to go as often as possible to
    the campus Catholic service. I once visited him in Connecticut around the
    end of my Ball State days. He worked hard and played hard…loved life. I am
    happy to hear he carried on with that into adulthood. The grin on his face that
    is on the picture posted here is one I remember well. Dave would talk about
    having “Eastern Flare”…Mark would come back with we had “Midwestern Suave”
    No matter…we all did what college students should do…studied and made lots
    of good memories together. One of the benefits of being Dave’s roommate was
    getting dibs on the fantastic chocolate chip cookies his Mom would send…they
    were the best I ever had.
    He is missed…my thoughts and prayers are with you all.

    Bryan Kienitz

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