David Allan Thoren
December 11, 1952 - March 31, 2002
Dear Mr. and Mrs Thoren and Father. We are so sorry to hear about the lose of David. We were out of town and just got back to find this out. You will be in our thoughts and prayers. If you need anything just let us know. Love John, Karen and Bobby
What a wonderful life he had out in Iowa. He was loved by all.
Uncle Dave always did his own thing. His life was about peace and love not material possessions. I wish I had gotten to know him better. R.I.P. Uncle. Love, Cathy
Dear Mr. and Mrs. Thoren, Father Thoren and Family, Please accept our deepest sympathy in the loss of your son, David. We lost our David 16 years ago come June. Although time has helped us accept our loss, we still think of him everyday, as you do and will your David. You and your family and David will be in our daily prayers. Sincerely, Jack, Carol and Pat Marinich
Dave was a good friend of mine in High School. We had some interests in common. I was just looking through one of our yearbooks a few weeks ago and thinking about him. I wish I would have had a chance to talk with him in the last few years.
How sad it was to read about the passing of a childhood playmate and neighbor - from so many years ago. My mother still lives in Marquette and mailed me the obituary that appeared in the local paper. David was the youngest of nine children and part of a wonderful family that often invited me in to their home. I had no brothers or sisters of my own - and David's large family temporarily made up for that when I was young. The years have separated everyone but the memories of David, his brothers and sisters are always happy ones for me. My sincerest and deepest condolences for your loss. Ann Fontaine