Condolence & Memory Journal

Hi, I am so sorry to have heard of David's passing. He was a wonderful person and just a pleasure to work with. Over the years we had developed a great relationship. I will miss him.

Posted by Bryan Maniff - Nashua, NH - Friend   February 23, 2021

Lisa, Evan and Tim,
Carl and I are are still in disbelief that Dave is no longer with us. Our memories are full of 10 years of joy and laughter having your family as our neighbors. The most difficult part of our move was knowing we would no longer hear yours and Dave's laughter echoing across our yard...along with many humorous expletives! We will never forget the Xmas wreath that appeared on the peak of the barn we were building, long before our home was in process. We knew then we were going to be blessed with great neighbors. Your warmth, humor, kindness, creativity, generosity, and most of all, your friendship, will be cherished and never forgotten. Dave was, and will always be, in our hearts. His talent was immeasurable, and his personality was big, bright and bold! Our hearts remain full of sadness. We love you guys!

Posted by Deb/Carl Ladner/Allgeyer - Newington, NH - Friend   January 10, 2021

Lisa,
Brenda and I were saddened to hear about David's passing. You and your family are in our thoughts.
Gary and Brenda Goudreau

Posted by Gary Goudreau - Chester, NH - Friend   January 05, 2021

Lisa ,I was shocked to hear of David's passing. What a profound loss! David will certainly be remembered for his considerable talent but especially remembered for being kind, funny, cheerful and warm. Our Team here at OIl always knew it was going to be fun when working with you both on a project. I am so sorry for you and your family.

Posted by Ellen Bates - Durham, NH   January 04, 2021

Lisa
I was taken aback when I heard of David's passing. I really enjoyed getting to know the two of you through AIANH, the NH Board of Architects, & through NCARB. He had a terrific sense of humor which was balanced with a sense of professionalism which really became clear when he joined the Board of Architects.
Although we all will miss him, we all have the benefit of being able to carry his memories forward.I will always remember his sense of humor & his quick smile!
Chris Williams AIA, NCARB- Former member of AIANH, NH Board of Architects, NECARB & NCARB (all positions we shared)

Posted by Chris Wi8lliams AIA - Center Harbor, NH   December 31, 2020

I had the pleasure of knowing David through the AIA and always appreciated his contributions to the chapter and profession. This is a terrible loss for both as well as a loss for the State of New Hampshire. I will carry his memory forward and give my sincerest condolences to his family and thank them for sharing him with the community. His shining countenance will be missed by all of us, but especially by Lisa, Evan and Tim.

Posted by Dick Swett - Bow, NH - Acquaintance   December 31, 2020

Lisa, Evan and Tim,
Although I only had a passing acquaintance through work, I am truly saddened by David's passing. David was kind and cheerful, professional and talented. He was spoken of very highly by everyone who worked with him. He left a positive mark on all he met and will be sorely missed.

Posted by Susan Bogdsan - Bedford, NH - Coworker   December 31, 2020

Lisa, Evan and Tim,

My sincere condolences.
David was a wonderful man and a very talented architect.
He was a pleasure to work with and I always enjoyed working with him on many challenging projects.
He always was upbeat and that smile was contagious.
David will be missed by all.
Rest In Peace my friend.

Posted by Mike Konon - Hampstead, NH - Coworker   December 31, 2020

Lisa, Evan & Tim
Truely saddened to hear of David's passing. He was always happy and full of life. Always willing to help expecting nothing in return. He will be missed by all who knew worked with him. Lisa, my prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by Don Gingras    December 30, 2020

StudioSIX5 was shocked and saddened to hear of this news. Our team very much enjoyed working with David on our first project together. His insightful collaboration, wit, and humor made the design process that much more enjoyable. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lisa and the Udelsman family.

Posted by Cliff Holasek - Austin, TX - Coworker   December 30, 2020

Lisa, Evan and Tim,
We will always remember the good times at the Ski House and other events . So sorry for your loss, Dave was a great guy - he will be missed.

Posted by Francis Family - Peabody, MA - Friend   December 30, 2020

Lisa, Evan and Tim,
I am so sad to hear of David's passing. He was an amazing person to work and have a laugh with! His sarcastic humor will be greatly missed. He always had a quick wit, and ready smile. I will miss the chats we had. It was obvious to everyone who saw you together as a couple and as a family that his family was the most important thing to him. I am so very sorry for your loss. Our prayers are with you and your family at this sad time.

Jeff Shinn

Posted by Jeff Shinn - NASHUA, NH - Friend   December 30, 2020

I will miss David's big smile and ready laugh, his sharp wit and sense of humor. He always had a funny story to tell. The world will be a sadder place without him. Lisa, Evan and Tim, I am so sorry. You are in our thoughts and prayers.

Posted by Candace Gregoire - Townsend, MA - Friend   December 30, 2020

Dave was so enjoyable to work on projects with. He loved feed back to help with solving problems. The building industry will miss his friendship and architectural gifts!

Posted by Hank Szumiesz Longchamps Electric - Manchester, NH - Friend   December 30, 2020

Lisa, Evan & Tim,
I am so very sorry to hear this sad news. Dave had the biggest smile when you were all together. I have wonderful memories of the summer you moved to Hollis, and spending time in your home. Much love to you all during this time.

Posted by Emily Pearson - Friend   December 30, 2020

I'm very sad to learn of David's passing. He was an amazing architect with a dynamic personality that brought people together. He exemplified dedication and passion to his trade with an ability to make you laugh while making important decisions. He was a mentor and always found time to give advice. I'm very sorry for your loss Lisa, Evan and Tim.

Posted by Kristopher Tiernan - South Berwick, ME - Friend   December 29, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. For the last 20 years, we have considered Dave and yourself part of the Eversource family. We've had countless successful projects together. Dave was so smart, so creative, and he the best problem solver on earth! And, although we will miss these talents, what we will miss most about Dave was his positive outlook on life and his great sense of humor. Dave was special. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


Posted by Blair Gourley - Coworker   December 29, 2020

So sorry to hear of David's passing. As a fellow AIANH member, I enjoyed seeing and talk with David and Lisa at many AIA events including Continuing Education Day and the annual banquet. He was always upbeat and friendly. His passion for architecture was inspiring to me. I send support and sympathy to Lisa and his family.

Posted by Michael Morin - Bow   December 29, 2020

Lisa, Evan & Tim,
I am so sorry for your loss. Dave's contagious laugh and smile will always be remembered. Dave and Lisa's love was a rare beautiful love. I will forever remember the first time I met David while you were both in college. He made me laugh then and made me laugh through the years. His big fun spirit will be remembered by all who knew him. My beautiful friend, know I am a call away. Love you all.

Posted by Joanne Provencher - Idaho Falls, ID - Friend   December 29, 2020

It was so sad to hear the news of David's passing. He was a great guy and a great architect who helped our company in so many ways. I will miss him and always remember him fondly for his wit, personality and character. He had a very practical way of dealing with problems and issues. David designed the building above along with the existing companion buildings at 11 & 23 Keewaydin Drive in Salem, NH. The foundation and site work for 21 Keewaydin Drive has been completed and my company, Brooks Properties, expects to deliver the whole building to the market soon.

Posted by Joe Friedman - Salem, NH - Coworker   December 29, 2020

My sincerest condolences to Lisa and the family. David is missed. His passing is a shock and has saddened me greatly. Memories are flashing through my mind as I heard of this loss. Being on the AIANH Board as well and as a past Chapter President myself, I sincerely appreciated David's assistance always. David's passing is a great loss to the NH community. Thoughts and prayers for you, Lisa and the family will be held deep in my heart.

Posted by Dale Doller - Manchester, NH - Friend   December 29, 2020

Oh, what a loss. David will be missed in so many ways. Our thoughts and prayers go out to Lisa, Evan and the family.

Posted by Robin LeBlanc - Portsmouth, NH   December 29, 2020

I am so sorry to hear this. David was incredibly funny and generous and smart. He was also very patient and kind with me as a young construction manager. Lisa, Evan, and Tim, we are all thinking of you and we are so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Rob Dapice    December 29, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss Lisa. StudioSIX5 loved working with David and will miss him and his humor and passion for design. Please let us know if you need anything. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Posted by Katrina Rutledge - Coworker   December 29, 2020

You will always be remembered.

Posted by James Schwartzkopf Schwartzkopf - gilford, New Hampshire 03249, NH - Coworker   December 29, 2020

Lisa,
I will always hear him answering the phone "VINCENT" when I would call. He would proceed to break my chops like only he could, we would have a laugh before getting down to business, then we would praise each other like we were part of the "mutual admiration society" He will be sorely missed!

Vinnie DiIorio

Posted by Vinnie DiIorio - Norwood, MA - Friend   December 29, 2020

Somehow I know that Dave has already found the absolute best deli in Heaven and is chatting up everyone at the counter!!

Bill Cook

Posted by bill cook    December 29, 2020

We send our deepest condolences. We will miss him as a talented architect and a dear friend.
Bill and Cindy Creed

Posted by Bill Creed - Tyngsboro, MA - Friend   December 28, 2020

Lisa, Bob and I areso, so saddened about Dave's passing and for yourloss. We can't even begin to imagine what you and your sons are going through. We absolutelyhave loved working with Dave and you on our many assisted living projects. He was a consummate professional and a wonderful person, so warm and engaging. He had such a big smile and infectious laugh. He treated every person he met with respect and kindness. We will miss him dearly. Lee and Bob Larkin

Posted by Lee and Bob Larkin - Needham, MA - Coworker   December 28, 2020

David was a great traveling friend to the many NCARB meetings we attended throughout the country. He was always up for an adventure. We toured many places in which we could see and discuss "architorture". I will miss is smile and good humor. My love goes out to Lisa, Tim, and Evan during this very difficult time.

Posted by Sheldon Pennoyer - Greenfield, NH - Acquaintance   December 28, 2020

Dear Lisa,
Lorraine and I were saddened to learn about David's passing. We extend our sincere condolences to you and your family at this difficult time.

Posted by Robert Hurd - Vernon, CT - Acquaintance   December 28, 2020

Lisa, I feel so badly for you! Evan, Tim, so very sorry for the news of your father's tragic passing.
David was a wonderfully talented and generous man, so willing to serve his profession in so many ways, and so energized to throw those annual summer parties where friends, family and business associates mingled and had a great, great time, sharing in the wealth of his personality. He will be missed by all.

Posted by Frederick Matuszewski - Bedford, NH - Family Friend   December 28, 2020

Lisa & family, we were very sad and shocked to hear of David's passing. Our deepest condolences to you, Evan, Timothy and David's family. Much love and light, Cheryl & Michael Clickstein

Posted by Cheryl Clickstein - Manchester, NH - Family   December 28, 2020

Quite simply Dave, the world and I will miss you

Posted by Rob Smith - Concord, NH - Friend   December 28, 2020

David is a kind, thoughtful and caring person. I had the pleasure of working with David and he is truly one of a kind. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. Brent Kilgore-

Posted by Brent Kilgore - Epsom, NH - Coworker   December 28, 2020

Lisa, Evan, Tim,
I am so sorry to hear this news and I pray for you all and your family. David has blessed us with his friendship, his creative talents, his wonderful sense of humor, his generosity, and his wonderful loving way. We certainly enjoyed David's incredible camaraderie at your summer events.

Posted by Kevin Neumann - Coworker   December 28, 2020