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David A. Segich


Hello Friends,
Unfortunately our friend & dear brother David A. Segich passed away at his home in Claymont, Del. on Thursday afternoon February 22, 2007. Please keep him in our thoughts & prayers. He was a very important man who will deeply missed by all.

David was a beautiful man with a great smile & lots of friends. He was a great man with a real big heart. Back in High School remember that long blonde hair? What a great athlete.

Calling hours will be:
After 6 PM on Monday evening @
Kaniefski-Kendus-D'Anolell Memorial Home.
3900 West 9th Street
Trainer, Pa.

After 8 AM on Tuesday morning,
followed by a 10 AM Funeral Mass @ 
Holy Savior Roman Catholic Church
Ridge Road in Linwood, Pa.

Burial is @ Immaculate Heart Of Mary Cemetery, Linwood, Pa.

*David, We Will Never Forget You!
*We Love You Very Much & Always Will.
*Thank You For All Of The Goodness You Gave.
*What A Great Personality.
*Thanks For All Of The Many Laughs.
*Rest In Peace Our Dear Freind!
*God Bless You.

Your Friend Always,
Greg Hoffmann




Our dear friend & classmate of St. James High School 1976, David A. Segich, has passed last Thursday afternoon Feb. 22, 2007. The world has lost a great man who had a sweet charm. He was a real people person whom everyone loved dearly.

Back in 1976 @ St James our friend Dave was a special guy.
Always, even until the day he left us, he was always 
surrounded by beautiful women. Dave had the look.
He had these really cool looking brown eyes.
He was a great listener to what people had to say.
A true gentleman he was, genuine class act & sweet person.
He had this real styled up long blonde hair..........
Total package, all that & a big bag of chips!
David was like a movie star up on the big screen.
Always one of everybody's favorite's to call a friend.
He was the real deal, what a funny sense of humor he had.

Back @ St. James, Dave excelled in sports & all that he did.
He explained to me how his father Max years ago started
"Dogs On The Dunes" & how he wanted dearly to keep
the spirit of St. James High School alive & thriving on.

As the alumni president of the class of 1976, I speak for 
myself & all of my fellow Bulldog classmates,
We would like to extend our condolences & our sympathy
to the Segich Family at this most unfortunate sad time.

We are sending you our love & sympathy, we care about you!
We are keeping all of you in our daily thoughts & prayers.
May God Bless All Of You & Keep All Of You Safe.

If there is anything we as the class of '76 can do for you
please let us know. We are always here for you, anytime!

*DAVE SEGICH, WE LOVE YOU & WILL MISS YOU!
*WE ARE SO SAD TO SEE YOU GO FROM US.
*THE LORD HAS TAKEN A GREAT MAN UP ABOVE.
*YOU WILL ALWAYS BE A SPECIAL FLOWER TO US.
*NOW YOU'RE LIKE AN ICON & NEVER BE FORGOTTEN.
*THANK YOU FOR ALL OF THE GREAT MEMORIES!
* WE WILL ALL SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE OF LIFE.
* WE WILL HONOR YOU & YOUR FATHER'S REQUEST TO
KEEP THE BULLDOG SPIRIT ALIVE FOREVER!

* REST IN PEACE OUR DEAR BROTHER, AMEN.

YOUR FRIEND ALWAYS!
LOVE,
GREG HOFFMANN * CLASS OF 1976


If you have any information and or pictures that you would like to contribute about this individual, please forward it to john@oldchesterpa.com

2007 John A. Bullock III.

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