David Guzman
March 23, 1943 - January 22, 2009

Eulogy: Pam Guzman

Wow, so many beautiful friends.  David had lots of friends.  The irony of this morning is that most of you know that my husband was very prompt; I have watches all over the house, and I finally, about a week before he passed away, convinced him not to sleep with his watch on any more, and we are late this morning, so I thought that this is a little significant.

Anyway, I want to thank all of you for coming and I want to thank all of you who have been very close in my life for over the last, maybe three weeks; I’ve lost all track of time and I suppose that is kind of a good thing.  I have also put all the tears away for today because I don’t think David wants us all sobbing—I’ll have plenty of time to do all that and so will you.

I just want to say a few words about my very best friend, David was my best friend, and it is one thing to be married, and it is another thing to be married to someone whom you love and adore.  It was wonderful waking up with that man all the time and him coming home, so he was just wonderful, and because of that he is going to be tremendously missed in my heart because when your buddy is at your side all the time it is….

David grew up in Mountain View, Ca., and here today are some wonderful high school friends supporting me and it is so wonderful to see all of you here.  I grew up in Wichita, Kansas and I was a little bit of an outcast but it all ended up great in Consumer Science class, senior year, first class of the morning, and I couldn’t take my eyes off him.  So that is how it all began.   Oh, by the way, my parents did move from Kansas to California so that is how that went. 
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