Dave passed away Nov. 20, ‘08,
in Seattle, at the age of 92. He was born April, 10, 1916, in Iowa Falls, IA. His dear wife of 64 years, Helen, preceded him in death in 2006. Dave served in the Air Tech. Service Command in the Middle East in World War II. He completed his Masters in Ed. Psych. at the U. of Idaho in 1950 & ultimately became Supervisor of Psychological Services for Seattle Public Schools. Affectionately known as “Fitz”, Dave retired in 1976 & was =98ive in sports teams & sr. citizen’s bands. He will be greatly missed by his daughters, Judith & Angela, & granddaughters, Roxanna & Janel. A funeral mass will be held at noon Dec. 5th at Christ the King Church, Sea., followed by a memorial reception at 1:30 at the Ida Culver House – Broadview. Donations welcome (gift: David M. Fitzgerald) payable to Catholic Comm. Svc 100 23rd Ave., Seattle, WA 98144.

One Response to “David M. FITZGERALD”

  • Angela (Fitzgerald) Davila says:

    You will be in my heart forever. What a precious and loving father you were to me. Here is a poem I have written in your memory:


    I will miss you.
    The history, the story,
    The days of our glory
    Back when.

    I will miss you.
    The ways you encouraged
    When I was down hearted.
    And helped me get started–again.

    I will miss you.
    No ounce of intention,
    No measure or mention
    Can bring you back now.

    I wade through the pain.
    There’s nothing to gain.
    But glad in the knowledge
    That you rest in peace.

    I feel a new calm
    Knowing you are with Mom.
    In this I move on.
    But I miss you.

    From clutter to clear.
    From distant to near.
    You’re unique.
    Yes, I miss you.

    “Praise God!” or “Be damned!”
    You outstretched you hand.
    There’s no choice I have
    But to miss you.

    Mr. Man About Town
    Your jokes are renown
    Retold until new
    And I miss you.

    I entrust you to God.
    To His House–Our Lord.
    All the while with a heart
    That will miss you.

    Allelujah, amen
    Allelujah, again
    Allelujah, dear Dad
    I will miss you!

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