The online guestbook for David Finkelstein

Posted on January 09, 2012
Posted by: John DeRoche
From: Port Charlotte FL

Message: Please accept my sincere sympathy. John DeRoche Class of '61

Posted on January 10, 2012
Posted by: Rudolph Naples
From: Yarmouth ME

Message: My Mother, Lillian Finkelstein Naples,who resides in the Cedars Nursing Home in Portland, saw David's obituary in the Portland Press Herald. She and I want to express our deepest sympathy to the family for your loss. Mom recalls David as a good and smart boy. May all of the happy memories help to sustain you all, Rudy Naples

Posted on January 08, 2012
Posted by: Jim Hanson
From: Windham Me

Message: David and I shared many hours solving the problems of the world. in my corner drug store in Portland. He use to help me serve coke at my soda fountain..I very sorry for your lose. Peace be with you all Jim Hanson

Posted on January 13, 2012
Posted by: Laurel Dickens
From: Manchester CT

Message: Deb- So sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. My thoughts are with you at this time of sorrow. Laurel Dickens

Posted on January 13, 2012
Posted by: Wazer Family
From: Manchester CT

Message: Please accept our deepest sympathy. We hope your fond memories will in time lesson your sorrow.

Posted on January 28, 2012
Posted by: Stephan W "Bill" Loeffler
From: Gorham ME

Message: This is a voice from the past. David and I were good friends in the Portland area in the late 50's and very early sixties. I can remember so well how proud he was of his 1960 white Ford Galaxy hardtop that his parents bought for him, I think for graduation. We would meet at his parents apartment on Montgomery Street on Munjoy Hill and go to Stephans Avenue Armory to the record hops together and then to the Forest City Diner where we might find someone to drag race with. I hope I'm not telling stories out of class. I have a lot of funny stories about our times together. We fell out of touch when he moved south and I had heard that he had a jewelry store in CT but never knew where. This is where one wishes he had stayed in touch with old pals, but as young people your life unfolds and you lose touch with good friends. My condolences go out to his family whom I've never met but still know the sad feelings they must have and the good memeroies they shared over the years with Dave.

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