Born in New York City, NY on May 15, 1949
Departed on October 8, 2020 and resided in Atlanta, GA
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I will forever miss you Uncle David and our talks. Love you forever
One of my favorite friends we spoke often and I’ll miss him dearly
One of my oldest and dearest friends
I’ll miss our phone conversations and our time together doing the voodoo that we do
The world has lost a wonderful human
RIP see you on the other side
David and a number of our mutual friends have known David as a collector of Jukeboxes and lots of other antiques and collectibles. Our relationship goes back many decades, and I am sorry to hear that another one of our “original collectors and friends” has been lost. I always enjoyed seeing David and the other members of the gang that attended our auctions so many years. He will be missed. My condolences to his family and friends.
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David was always very kind and fair with me in all of our dealings over the years that I knew him. I met David as a young jukebox collector, shortly after my wife and I moved back to Atlanta. He had an amazing collection of 40’s Wurlitzer jukeboxes and related items. I am very sorry that I wasn’t able to meet with him again recently and before his passing. He was certainly a core member of the Atlanta jukebox collectors, but collectors all over the country knew him.