David Vetta

Profile Updated: July 20, 2021
Residing In: Charleston, SC USA
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David Vetta has left an In Memory comment for John Newkirk.
Apr
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Apr 06, 2022 at 2:12 PM

Very sad to hear about John . Prior  comments on John brought a smile to my face as did the times John and I got together. It wasn't often enough , but I remember John as a good guy , decent and respectful of those he knew . A genuine person who enjoyed life and made friends easily , who also couldn't help but enjoy life more being around him. Prayers to the family.

David Vetta has left an In Memory comment for James Kieren.
Jul
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Jul 19, 2021 at 10:06 AM

Thanks so much for the photo , Don !
That's exactly how I remember Jim , you , Heidi and Pam !!
 

 

 

 

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Apr 14, 2021 at 4:53 PM
David Vetta has left an In Memory comment for Thomas Lyons.
Oct 16, 2017 at 7:33 PM

As I look at the thirty that we know about that have passed away from our class , I am grateful for the time with each of you although it was different and emotional for each of us . It has been awhile , but I remember Lyno as walking with purpose , energy and a sense of humor ...and he had all three . Seems like a nice way to walk through life . Gods speed and prayers to Tom and his family . Dave Vetta

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Mar 16, 2017 at 10:26 AM
David Vetta has left an In Memory comment for James Tietjen.
Dec 06, 2015 at 7:33 PM

In many ways, Jim was larger than life. I was one of the goofs back then , that Brian referenced , and always enjoyed Jim with his can do attitude and what he could do when you even hinted that he couldn't accomplish something. Always had a lot of respect for Jim and Brian ( maybe a lit bit of fear ....) , who were inseparable . Moved back to the area a few years ago and it was cool to see that Jim and Debbie had this beautiful family and Jim was head coach of the blue dukes ! About a year ago  , I talked to Jim before a game and while he had his game face on , his compassion , great sense of humor and sheer determination were very much apparent Was very fortunate to have that moment. I won't talk about what Jim and Brian threatened to do to my brother Tom all in good fun , but thank goodness Tom was a step faster. Jim will be missed by the many people whose lives he touched , and his impact will live on forever. Debbie , please know all your friends are praying for you and your family. With heartfelt sympathy . Dave Vetta