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Message Number: 8 - Sunday, May 1, 2016 13:22:16 PST
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Name:  Ted Martens

Thank you for your work on, may it never die.

aka: Coma

. . . now where do I contribute ?

Message Number: 7 - Sunday, February 14, 2016 07:33:40 PST
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Name:  James Hamilton

I appreciate the works and the legacy he left for us all on the 'net

Message Number: 6 - Monday, February 1, 2016 00:20:48 PST
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Name:  Rxdoxx

Some people affect things that others benefit from (myself for one) and never step forward to bask in the praise and thanks they are due, but only quietly continue to let the satisfaction of what they are doing for others suffice.

David was one of those rare people, and I am grateful and thankful to him, been blessed by him, and only now know who he was.

Thank you

Message Number: 5 - Saturday, January 30, 2016 17:04:25 PST
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Name:  Brian
When did you meet David?:  2012
Where did you meet David?:  DSLReports

I met David on an online discussion where I was toying with the idea of starting my own internet service provider to serve myself and the undeserved area I live in. It was more of a dream at that time and I had no idea what I was getting into. David reached out to me, and through many hours of phone calls and online video chats, he helped me plan out towers, hardware, coverage, financials, and even the business name. He put me in contact with other as well to help in different areas of the industry.
All of his help is what pushed me to turn this dream I had into a reality. This business is thriving and we are doing great. Friends and family admire me for building something from scratch and say "wow that is great I could never do that", but little do they know, a guy named David from behind a keyboard and over the phone is the guy that deserves the admiration. He never asked for anything, just offered to help. I still owe you David.
Thank you for your help, and condolences to his friends and family.

Message Number: 4 - Saturday, January 30, 2016 10:04:29 PST
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Name:  Ian Fraser
When did you meet David?:  2005
Where did you meet David?:  Online - DSL Reports

I count John among the 3 people who inspired and helped me to start our company in 2005. I cannot tally the help he's lent to even just me over the past 10 years, and his family should know he helped a LOT of people.

I owe a very large chunk of my present quality of life to him and I have a very good life.

Thank you John.

You will be missed.

Ian Fraser Inc
Ontario, Canada

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Message Number: 2 - Sunday, December 27, 2015 14:07:38 PST
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Name:  Johnathon Johnson
When did you meet David?:  When he worked at FOX

I have not seen David in many years, we were not close, but in a room full of smart people, I always saw him, that is the lasting impression I will remember...

Message Number: 1 - Wednesday, December 23, 2015 17:02:28 PST
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Name:  Robert Stretton
When did you meet David?:  about 1985
Where did you meet David?:  on the job site as an electrician in Silicon Valley

David was the big brother I never had. He was always there to support me and challenge me to do more and not give up. He would always stop what he was doing to help someone else no matter what it was. David was a kind and caring man and a good people person. He had many friends along the way. I strive to be more like him and I always will. He taught me many things and shaped my life, I will deeply miss him. Send your thoughts and prayers to his friends and family as this is going to be tougher now that he is gone.