In Memory

David Pacheco



 
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12/14/19 07:55 AM #1    

James Casey

Rest in Peace, old friend. Yet another one of our fraternity/sorority has prematurely left us for God's Kingdom. David was a kind, soft-spoken gentleman that was a big supporter of this Website and everything we did as a class to maintain contacts and support each other during difficult times through the years. He made the effort to ride down from his home in Framingham to attend and be part of our luncheon group for as long as it was posssible. He contributed. A quiet man with a big heart and great respect for his fellow man. I will miss those days when he would join us for some simply commorodary and sincere friendship. May God grant him everlasting peace and a choice piece of real estatein Heaven and console his family members during this difficult time...which is always worse at this time of year. God Bless you, David...we shall miss you.  ☺ ♥


12/15/19 10:10 AM #2    

Charles "Chuck" Morris

David my brother , you ALWAYS had time for everyone, kindness and caring was one of your many beautiful gifts, you will be missed greatly, as you are now. Rest in JESUS'S love, well done my good and faithful servant

12/15/19 10:48 AM #3    

Jack (John) Nunes

David, you were always an easy person to get to know and get along with. Your kind words and gentle voice will be missed by all who knew you. 
May you Rest In Peace and smile down on your family and friends.  
God bless. 


12/16/19 06:33 AM #4    

Maria de Melo (Gulla)

David was a quiet gentle friend with whom I was lucky enough to share classes in high school.    He was so happy to reconnect with his classmates and contribute to the website for the enjoyment of all. When I put together a newsletter, classmate poll or Various Topics article, he was the among the first people, I ran the item by for suggestions and corrections.  He had a keen sense of humor and loved people.    He left us much too soon and will be missed.  Rest in Peace, dear friend.


12/16/19 11:57 PM #5    

Raymond Ferreira

I remember David from US History class.  A good guy and friend to all.  Rest in Peace, David.     ____

FRAMINGHAM – David P. Pacheco, age 72, a resident of Framingham, died, Sunday, December 8, 2019 at his home. Born in New Bedford, he was the son of the late Anthero and Hilda Pacheco.

David was a computer programmer and for many years worked at Prime Computer and Data General.

He was a Mason and a member of the Alpha Lodge, A. F. & A. M. of Framingham. He involved his sons in the Boy Scouts and became a Scout Leader for their Troop.

More recently, he was a member of the Conversation and Humor Group at the Callahan Senior Center in Framingham.

David is survived by his son, William “Skip” Pacheco and a brother Frank Pacheco.

He was the father of the late Paul “PJ” Pacheco.

Relatives and friends are kindly invited to attend a time of visitation on Thursday, December 12, 2019 from 4-7 PM at the Norton Funeral Home, 53 Beech St. (Corner of Union Ave.) Framingham.

His funeral service will be Friday December 13, 2019 at 9AM at the Norton Funeral Home. Burial will follow in Edgell Grove Cemetery, Framingham.

In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to The Lighthouse Preservation Society, 11 Seaborne Drive, Dover, NH 03820.

To leave a message of condolence, sign the online guestbook or directions, please visit www.nortonfuneralhome.com.

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12/19/19 04:50 PM #6    

Dave Medeiros

Dave was a great guy.  Very proud of the class and proud to be a part of the website 'crew'.  He wore his 'NBHS 65" hat proudly.  May he reach the heights!~

 


12/19/19 09:54 PM #7    

Rita Ann Rosa

So sorry to hear of David's passing.  May his soul rest in peace, until we all meet again.  God Bless.

 


08/21/20 04:19 PM #8    

Terrence Meredith

I have never claimed to be the most Tech savvy person as I have just accessed my profile page and I saw that I had many unread messages from many people.  It is to that end, that for every year since 2010 up until October of 2019, just before his death, my friend, and my classmate, David Pacheco, had wished me a Happy Birthday.  I deeply regret not being able to say "Thanks Dave", then, but I do so now Thanks old buddy, and may you Rest In Peace. Terry Meredith

 


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