In Memory

David Sandoval

David Frederick Sandoval passed away on Aug. 27, 2016, peacefully and surrounded by his family. David resided in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.

A memorial service to celebrate David's life will be announced at a later date.

He is survived by his father and stepmother, Fred Sandoval and Pauline Sandoval, who live in Hendersonville, Tenn.; his mother, Bonnie Sandoval, who resides in Lakewood, Colo.; and his four siblings, Sandra Sandoval, Suzanne Sandoval-Andrew, Daniel Sandoval and Derrick (Rick) Sandoval.

David was born in Moline on July 8, 1965, and grew up in Moline. He attended Moline High School, where he excelled athletically in track and cross country. After high school, David moved to Chicago, where he studied at the University of Illinois at Chicago and earned a bachelor's degree in liberal arts.

After college, David moved to Fort Lauderdale, where he was a business partner and CPA assistant for Gary Brady, CPA. David's life was rich with the pleasures of residing near the beach, where he enjoyed traveling on cruises, spending days near the ocean and surrounding himself with the beauty of Florida.



 
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09/02/16 02:26 PM #1    

Jo Ellen Washburn (Washburn)

I am so sorry to all of David's family and friends on his passing. David was my first "boyfriend" in 7th grade, and I spent time with some of the family. We also shared many memories with track and cross country, including many seasons running summer track together. We even made it to Regionals in Ohio one year. I am so very saddened by this news and hope you all can take joy in the memories. 


09/05/16 04:16 PM #2    

Scott Beausang

I remember David.  I remember him as a funny and down to earth friend to be around.  Sad that he is gone.  Glad he was part of our young lives.  JoEllen, I echo your comments.


09/06/16 01:08 PM #3    

Jeff Downey

I was shocked to hear of Dave passing.... i remember him playing that big bass saxaphone at john deere jr. high band and wondering how a small guy can get a loud sound out of that thing. He will be truely missed.


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