David Eugene King

David Eugene King

June 12, 1956 - July 27, 2005

David Eugene King

June 12, 1956 - July 27, 2005


David King passed away suddenly, July 27, 2005, at his home in Rancho Santa Margarita, California. David was born June 12, 1956 to William and Leta King of Barstow, California. He was a graduate of Barstow High School and later attended college at Cal State San Bernardino. David was a small business owner in Hemet, California.
He is survived by Bridget King, his loving wife of over 20 years. David and Bridget were devoted to one another. David was a man with a zest for life. He enjoyed woodworking an basketball. Always true to himself and his family, he aspired to be the best he could be. Loved and appreciated by friends and fmaily he will be greatly missed and alway remembered in our hearts.
A celebration of his life will be held at Santa Margarita United Methodist Church on August 2, 2005 at 12:00PM. The graveside service will immediately follow at El Toro Memorial Park Cemetery.

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5 responses to David Eugene King

  1. Roger Semin says:

    Dear Bridget,
    You and I go way back….remember when I used to take you fishing as a little girl and you always caught the biggest fish? I know from personal experience the emotions you are going thru at this time. Lean on the Lord for strength and he will see you thru. Gain a certain amount of peace from the fact that David is in no more pain and you and he will be reunited for eternity. That belief is what keeps me going.

    Love Roger

  2. Deah Semin says:

    May the Lord be with you during these trying times. I hope you are able to come up to Oregon to visit in the future.
    Love Deah

  3. Brad Umansky says:

    To the family of David King,

    It was brought to my attention that David recently passed away. In the short time that I knew him while he worked at Sperry Van Ness in Ontario, I found him to be a kind & caring individual. I was always impressed at his desire to work in a business that has such a long term perspective even though he knew that his time may be short.

    I am sorry for your loss and wish you much peace at this difficult time in your lives.

    Brad Umansky

  4. Scott Lunine says:

    I worked with David at Sperry Van Ness and had some of the most entertaining conversations with him. He could talk sports one minute, history the next, and politics after that, and he was knowledgable in so many areas. He will be missed very much.

  5. David,
    To say that I’m shocked to hear you beat me to heaven is an understatement. I’ll never forget our walks and all those cigarettes we didn’t have. I learned a lot from you in the real estate business. You were truly unselfish with your time. I would listen to you make calls on the phone and find the courage to pick up mine and start making the calls I needed to make myself. You were and still are a positive influnce in my life. I will miss you and our friendship.

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