Oh, how I loved you, and always will. Your buddy
To all those who had the privilege of knowing My Brother-in-law I extend to you my sympathy. David's strength and faith in God was amazing, he accepted death more courageously than any person I know. David, you are now one of Gods special angels and will be loved missed by all who knew you, we know you will be with all of us until we meet in heaven. Donna Korpi-O'Brien & Family
June what beautiful memories we have of the four of us. Dave was a wonderful friend to us. Thank God he no longer has to suffer. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your very special family.
My family extends its deepest sympathies at the loss of Dave. Our dad, Tom Delahoyde, had fond memories of Lead/Deadwood which often included John and June Korpi and other young people of the day. We appreciated Dave and June's expressions of sympathy at the loss of Tom. We hope Dave's journey was brief, and the landing soft. Many blessings to you all in the days and weeks ahead.
Dearest June & family - It was such an honor to get to know Dave! He was everyone's friend. We are so sorry for your loss and are praying for your fondest memories to help carry you through the days ahead. We love you both. K & K
dave boy, the times you put up with us through all those years, you'll be missed by all. thanks for the memories and there are many. hugs to you june girl.
June, Sherill and I send our deepest sympathy to you. We admire your courage and strength in allowing David to spend these last few months at home. I am remembering a few years back when you called me to share some Deadwood/Treber legacy and history. I have only published a small bit of what you shared on my dhscIassmates web site. Not many Deadwood families can first-hand recall a close relationship with the vanished Deadwood Chinese Community! How neat that the internet allows us to become acquainted, tho separated. Thank you for yours and David's friendship.
I remember Dave as always Fun ! and easy going. We looked forward to seeing him and June on our trips to the Black Hills.
Little Davey, thank you for your true friendship and guidance. June and family, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Jerry & Deb Powers
Oh, Davy, will miss you so. Your quiet strength and loving heart made you an outstanding friend. From one free spirit to another.
Treber Family...I am so sorry for the loss of a beloved husband and father. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Mrs. Treber and Family, My deepest sympathies to you all. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Shelly (Hood) aka Bubbly
To June, Donna & Family, Terri Lynn & Family Our Deepest Sympathy. June contacted me through Ancestry 2 years ago about David's Great Grandmother Dorothy Jane Atkinson to see if there was any connection which there was as Dorothy Jane Atkinson was the Daughter of Robert Atkinson the Brother of my 2 x Great Grandfather Richard which made June & David our 4th Cousins. Since then not only have we have become Great Friends there as come an amazing bond between Our Families sending other Photo's and Family Information to put on to our Family Trees through email as well as sending each other Presents. We were coming over to meet June & David in May but unfortunately David's Health got worse and we had to cancel our trip which was just as well because our Daughter Kelly Marie started to have Health problems. Although we never got to meet David and that is our biggest regret we phoned each other and talked about Family and from these conversations we knew what a Wonderful Couple June & David were even in his last few days Donna told me that he was still asking if Kelly was getting better. We will be saying a Prayer for David at home coincide with the time of David's Funeral. GOODBYE OUR GREAT FRIEND AND 4TH COUSIN MAY YOU REST IN PIECE AND GOD BE WITH YOU ALWAYS. WE WILL COME OVER AND PAY OUR PERSONNAL RESPECTS TO YOU IN THE FUTURE AND MEET YOUR WONDERFUL WIFE JUNE & DAUGHTERS DONNA & TERRI LYNN. LOVE NOW AND ALWAYS, BILL. MARIE. & KELLY ATKINSON.
June and family...my deepest sympathies for your loss. We hope that the love of family and friends will help you heal during this difficult time. Thinking of you.
My condolances to the family. David will leave a void here on earth and I am proud to have known him. The world is a better place because of his contributions. I did not know him for very long, but feel I have known him for a very long time. June and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all and live your life to the fullest. David would want it that way. Take care and God bless you.
Dear Aunt June and family, Uncle David was so very special to me. As a boy, as we visited South Dakota, I will always remember him as someone always willing to make time for me. As a young father and husband, I learned from him how to be loving to his wife and daughters. I loved him and will miss him. We lost him, but God gained a Saint.
You are all in our thoughts and prayers. Thanks to David for his kind heart and gentle soul, always willing to lend a helping hand and give a hug. Will miss you.
THANKS FOR SERVING
My deepest sympathy to June, to Terri and family, and Donna and family. What a pleasure it was for Jim and me to meet the father of my dear friend, Terri, at Kristina's wedding. What a lovely man! I know he will be missed by all who knew him and whose lives he touched.
Oh June..so many memories for so many years!! What a great guy with such a good soul. I often think of the visits we all had up on Peak St. and the many laughs. Love & hugs to you, Terri Lynn & Donna Rae.
Mrs. Treber and Donna...I am so sorry for your loss. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
When I met Terri 20 years ago I knew she was someone special. I also knew there was a reason and I couldn't wait to meet her parents. When I did it validated exactly why Terri was the angel she is. June, you and David made this whole place a better world. Thank you. My heart goes out to your whole family, all the generations. I can just visualize David William and Joseph William, my dad, up there in their John Deere hats just working away looking down on us and smiling.
June, Terri Lynn and Donna Rae: I am so sorry for your loss. What a joy it was to have known him and I am sure you will treasure the many wonderful memories of him. Deepest and Sincere Sympathy.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.. We are grateful for the time we had with you and David. He always made us feel welcome. That was just David being David. Love you!
Terri, so sorry to hear about your dad...my condolences to you and your family...i remember him when we had birthday parties at your house with Kim Burr, Lori Hill, Cheryl Tesh, Karen Harvey, etc..
Oh, June, your remarkable, wonderfully wise, loving David will never be forgotten. You are in the hearts of so many dear friends as you all say your last good byes to him on Friday. God's peace and gentle caring be with you. "Soon and very soon, we are going to see the King" with him. Always, love, Hope
Thank you for loving us SO much – Not only did you say the words, but you also showed us through your example. We miss you terribly, but we know that you will always be with us. Love you – MOST!
June sorry to hear about dave thoughts and prayers with you and the family
Living on Peak St. next to you was the first real memories that I have as a child. We have moved in and out of each others lives in the past 40 plus years, but whenever we saw each other again it was like we never left. I always felt so comfortable and welcome around all of you. Mr. Treber,(he will always be Mr. Treber to me), had a great sense of humor and a wonderful laugh. Take care Love Hever
Grandpa David, I love you mostest! I am so proud to be part of your amazing family and have learned so much from you. I hope that heaven is everything you've dreamed of... I can close my eyes and hear you singing along to the country music. I'll always love you Grandpa! ~Larissa Raisin
June and Family, There is a road that we must all travel alone. There David will find lots of happiness and peace. God has prepared a special place just for him. David is with God now and is in the best of hands. David was the nicest guy and I have so many great memories of living in Lead on the same street with him and June. I remember how much he loved to tie fishing flies in their basement and he told me he loved the outdoors. I will miss him a lot. He always called me by my nickname Tootsie. Peace be with you, David. Close friends always. Janice Brudvig Hardy
may god put a healing hand on u all and help u thru this time of grieving...i am so very sorry for the loss of such a wonderful man. wish i could be there to hug u mrs. treber. i will never forget how great u and david were after my mom passed away. taking me and tawnee to the shamrock for supper all the time :)god bless u and your family...i wish i could be there. i will be thinking and praying for your family. stay strong and keep the faith...xoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxoxox
We were very sorry to learn of Dave's passing. It was my privilege to work with Dave at Homestake from 1988-1994. He was a good man and he will be missed. We salute his service to our country. - J.D. and Jan Peppmeier
It is with heavy hearts and tears in our eyes that we hear of the passing of David William Treber, a man who stole our hearts with his soft South Dakota voice and charm. We regret that we did 'nt meet him some twenty years ago when he was in his prime, a proud strong man who I not only share DNA but the love of the outdoors and mountains. I look back on the long summer evenings spent joking and sharing tales on Davids back porch of Custer, the Little Big Horn and the wild west. He did his best to feed me home made cowboy beans and his biscuits and gravy breakfast, but sadley he lost his brave battle with Cancer, he said to me once " Trevor, I ve had a good life" meeting change my life for the better, so sleep tight David and be at peace, we,ll meet again in heaven one day, God bless. x Trevor Atkinson the Great, Great Nephew of Little Gran.
David was my brother Stan's best friend throughout high school and such memories I have of the two of them with their ducktail haircuts and jeans sliding off their behinds. God bless your family June. You are in our prayers. Nancy
I will miss David very much. Him and June were a great part of my childhood and took good care of my sister and I when our mother passed at a young age. He was a great man and I truly respected him and June and have a special place in my heart for them both forever. God bless his family and loved ones. You are all in my prayers. Love, Tawnee
June and family I am sorry to hear of Dave's passing. I have very fond memories of him! You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love always Nickie
David, our hearts are broken. You were the wondeful boy from Deadwood that June found so long ago. You had so many happy years together. That is a happy thought in the midst of all our sadness. Love to June and Terri Lynn and Donna Rae and the whole family. Jan
I will remember Grandpa as a courageous man - he fought for his country and family! Your love for Grandma is something to be aspired to after 50+ years of marriage! So many memories flood to my mind! I thank you for being man others can respect. And, one last thing I won't forget- put the plug in the boat!!!
We will miss David and know that he is in a better place. His picture is a charmer. He looks great. Please give him a hug from us and a send off to the great beyond. Love, Joan & Charles
What every man should be. We'll not forget your friendly smile and soft voice. Rest in peace, Dave.
We want to extend to you our sympathy on Davids passing. Just remember he's with the Lord and I'm sure he is still right beside you, watching over you, & caring for you. Always remember all the good and great times both of you had with each other. Memories is one thing that is yours forever. Our thoughts and prayers are with you !!! Nels & Joanne Brudvig
June and family God bless you. So sorry for your loss. David was a very nice man, and I consider myself blessed to have known him.
I just wanted to say again that my heartfelt Sympathy goes out to you and yours June. Love, Sunset
June and Family, So sorry to hear of Dave's passing. Dave was always a pleasure to work with. Our associaton went clear back to the Kirk Power Plant days and later on Homestake. Dave always found a way to make a day at work fun. What a fine man he was. God Bless His Soul. Gene Ruff
June and Family, We were so sorry to hear of you loss. He fought a courageous battle then "God saw that he was getting tired, and that a cure was not to be, so he put his arms around him and said Dave, come with me." He is now in a better place and free from all earthly pain. Our prayers for all of you. Rog and Judy
June and family It is with such a heavy heart that I write this note- words cannot express our sympathy to you and your family. Dick and I regret so much that we did not have an opportunity to meet you and David much sooner in life - or get together so we could have become better acquainted. It was such a pleasure getting to know you both for me- and for Dick getting reacquainted with David at Uncle Ras' 90th birthday party. You are in our prayers and thoughts.
We,Tracey,Eddie, and Genney your former students and our mom Rose.were so sad to hear that you lost your beloved, David. He was such a nice man. We all knew he was the love of your life. The two of you, did everthing together. He will be greatly missed,by all who knew him. We want to extend to you and your family our deepest sympathy. Rose Jones and Family
David we loved you...you gave us so much hope when you yourself was in pain. You have a wonderful family...God Blessed you and them. You gave me a rock when I thought I could not swim...but that was you, always there for those who needed help. I will long remember the fruit cocktail and the Mulberry bush and we all can smile. Love you June...thanks for sharing David with us all. Hugs...Cousin Maryln (sis)
Dear June & family, Both Tom and I want to express our most sincere sympathy in the passing of Cousin David. I regret that we did not see one another for years between times becuse of the distance in miles that separated us--certainly our loss!!David was always a fun loving person with lots of class and dignity--his family is proof of that! Keep the memories close to your heart in the days to come, and perhaps there will be comfort in a life well spent with each other! Uncle Ras (my Dad) passed away on May 1st, so let's hope David and he can get reacquainted and share some laughs together!! They always enjoyed one another's company! Our prayers are with you at this time of loss. Our condolences, Tom and Joanne Farus
June, we are so sorry to hear about Dave. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
David taught me many lessons in life, He was the best father in law I could have ever asked for. He would tell it to you straight, shoot straight and would listen to what you had to say. David will always hold a place in our life, past present and future. Love you Dad, Dana
Condolences Cuz, Sorry I missed getting to the Hills, I was in between Malaysia and Canada. Dave was just a great guy and your family has always been one of the most memorable parts of my life. I am sure they have country music in heaven. Luv Hugs your Cuz
No words can express the way I feel,BROTHER.. You will be with me forever. Pat Quanko on the head for me..UNTIL WE MEET IN THE SKY AGAIN...
June and family..Dave was a great guy and he will be missed by many people. Our sincere sympathies to all of you and may you have wonderful memories to keep and share and give you comfort and peace always. God Bless Janet and LeRoy Lanphear
Although we didn't know each other very long, I'm sure glad I had the chance to meet grandpa David. What I admired most about him was the way in which he loved his wife and family. I can only hope I emulate that same love to family members around me. Grandpa David, you served as an excellent example of what this looks like.