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David Jensen

David Jensen



 
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06/29/14 07:35 PM #1    

Robert Conklin

Deceased Classmate: David Jensen
Date Of Birth: Jan-30-1953
Date Deceased: June-23-2014
Age at Death: 61
Cause of Death: Pneumonia and Metastasized Cancer
Classmate City: Silverdale
Classmate State: WA
Classmate Country: USA
Was a Veteran: Yes Coast Guard
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Kitsap Sun - Printer-friendly story David Wayne Jensen, 61 By Reader Submitted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 David Wayne Jensen of Silverdale Jan. 30, 1953 to June 23, 2014 Veteran David Wayne Jensen, age 61, left this life Monday, June 23, 2014 at St. Joseph's Hospital after complications from pneumonia and metastasized cancer. He was born January 30, 1953 in Bremerton, to Wayne and Nancy (Duffy) Jensen. He attended Star of the Sea Catholic School and graduated in 1971 from West High in Bremerton. He proudly served in the United States Coast Guard retiring in 1995 as CWO3 after 23 years of honorable service. He was an avid Seattle Seahawk fan, enjoyed family barbeques, watching movies and spending time with friends and family. His family meant the world to him and his grandchildren were his heart's joy. David is survived by his loving wife, Christine of Silverdale; his mother, Nancy of Bremerton; sisters, Lynn of Lakewood; Kimberly of Tacoma; brothers, Mark and Terry of Bremerton; his sons, Ryan of Bremerton; Chad (Elaine) of Mt. Vernon; step-daughters, Kalli (John) of Port Angeles; Kimberly (Rob) of Port Orchard; and Angela (Chad) of Lynnwood; as well as 8 grandchildren. Preceded in death by his father, Wayne. His ashes will be scattered at sea from a USCG vessel and celebration of life will be held at a later date. The family is requesting that memorial donations be made to St. Vincent De Paul. Online condolences can be shared at www.tuellmckee.com


09/12/18 07:09 AM #2    

Timothy Delaney

I am saddened to see that Dave has passed. We were best friends at West. I treasure those memories.

09/13/18 05:08 AM #3    

Shermaine Harris ((Dowling))

I wasn't a best friend of David's in high school, but always spoke to him, had a class or two with him, and simply remember him as a slightly shy but friendly guy, who always had a smile and a nice word or two to share.  So sorry for his loss and send warm condolences to the family.  I had no idea he'd gone into the Coast Guard, but I can totally see the rightness of that.  Rest in abiding peace, David.


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