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My dad was my best friend; he always called me his mini-me, he always said that he birthed me because I look and act so much like him. My favorite memories of my dad was sitting down on the couch after coming home from school and he came home from work. We would watch stand up comedies, and laugh our asses off, then we would eat burritos for dinner, and he would always sing that little chime he made up “Burrito time...in the city!!!”. I would sing it with him, but he would always over do it and sing the chime 500 times.
Also when we would watch “sad” movies and he would do those dramatic crying noises, every time there was a sad part. I love my dad with all of my heart; he will always be with us, especially my mom.(Just to fuck with her.)
~ Courtney Hutchison - January 18, 2020
My amazing wonder Husband. Dave you were my lover,best friend and my hero. I love you and miss you so much. I have so many memory. My favorite ones are when you come into the store were I worked you just look at me and wink at me. The day we got married how you look at me. Yes we had our up and downs. I miss the way you kiss me and touch me. You always had to touch me some where one my body. I loved the way you were with the girls when tbey were having a bad day. I miss riding on the motorcycle with you. The most is laying in bed watching T.V. and holding your hand. You can calm me down when I was mad or crying. There are so most I can say. But this was hard for me to write this with out crying. R.I.P my love. One day I will be with you. I am going to hold you and never let you go. Your wife forever and ever Anita Hutchison.
I love you very much.
~ Anita Hutchison - January 16, 2020
Oh David my baby nephew I’m so sorry it’s taken me so long to write this I thought of you more like a little brother than my baby nephew we all grew up together and got in trouble together and caught the property on fire together One of my special memories is when me and Roger would work all day long digging a deep hole and then we would lay a carpet over the top of the hole and run and find you and Roger and I would grab your hands and take you on a walk and make sure that we walked you over the carpet and you would fall in that never got old . Our parents would get onto us and tell us to stop doing that and we would keep doing it until one day we dug a deep hole put the carpet over the hall went and got you took our walk you fell in the carpet wrapped around you and we couldn’t get you out of the hole you were stuck and we got in a lot of trouble I have so many memoriesI I could write a book I love you David I know that you’re up in heaven with my mom and dad your mom and dad your aunt Linda your brother Charles your grandma Nina your aunt Janine and your aunt Lynnette and I know that we will all be together again some day I love you see you on the other side
~ Jamie McCabe - January 16, 2020
Hey dad, Everyday feels like I get hit with a ton of bricks knowing that you’re gone. I’ll never be able to hear your voice or your laugh I took a lot of things for granted when you were always so worried about me. I remember when I was pregnant with mckenzie, I was craving pancakes at 5am and I just sat on the couch and cried. You came in and said what’s wrong bridge? You looked so worried! I started crying harder and said I “ just want some ihop pancakes” you looked at me and said let’s go I’ll take you but of course my stubborn ass didn’t go I just sat there, so instead you went to the store and bought the pancake mix and made them for me at the house.
I will never be able to look at a harley motorcycle, smell old spice or even cigarettes without thinking of you. I will cherish the times we always bbq listening to classic rock while teaching us the “Hutchison hand shake” I wish I could live those memories just one more time I wish I could tell you I loved you one more time and I wish I could rock out with you while bbq ribs and listening to AC/DC. I miss you so much it hurts I love you DAD I love you so much.
~ Bridget Welch - January 15, 2020
Wow Dave..your really gone. But you'll never be forgotten. I don't have a lot of memories ..but..I'll always remember you screaming out the parking lot at the store on your Harley. You will be missed.
~ Dana Boney - January 10, 2020
I'll forever miss you!! You were are special to me, always have been, I named my youngest son after you. You always made us all laugh with your goofy little comments and your crazy faces you made. We had a lot of great times growing up. You were the dare devil of the family I remember spending a lot of time as a kid sitting in the waiting to see if you were ok lol always some crazy stunt that landed you there. I'll always remeber all the times and keep you forever in my heart. Fly High with the Angels my sweet little cousin the Baby Boy of the family we all love you so much.
~ Kelly Soto - January 8, 2020
Oh Davey... We shared so many childhood memories.. Setting the Nipomo forest on fire to burn out the witches. You were always a pyro!
You throwing up spaghetti in my blonde hair-sick.
All 3 of you boys were like my brothers. Roger, Charles & David. We spent many summers together. You boys gave me experiences.. took me off roading, dirt bike riding, shooting,driving "racing", horseback riding..We got into all kinds of mischief.. hehehe Smoking,drinking, Black Tigers... Oh Russian Roulette- a hole uncle Roger got you good for that one.
Football games, Santa Maria Speedway..We had fun!!!!
When you married your High School Sweetheart Anita... She was made for you. We had so many good times at the property...
You will always be loved and never forgotten my cousin..
I love you David Wayne Hutchison..
Rest in paradise Davey..
love you always.
~ Sarah Waller - January 8, 2020
I will always remember your strong affection for fire ha ha. The time you and Sarah set the forest on fire next to mom and dads in Nipomo. You and Sarah hid under the coffee table and prayed to God that your Grandpa couldn’t find you. He didn’t have the heart to punish after he heard Sarah praying, after all you were only 6 and Sarah 4 years old. Or the time you got trapped in the closet by setting a fire in the doorway ( not smart). Many memories of those mischeavious blue eyes looking at me with a big smile. Aunt Charlotte has so many memories of you but most of all I will remember the last time we spoke and you said “I love you Aunt Charlotte”
~ Charlotte Gregory - January 8, 2020
Love you Dave for giving me my beautiful daughter in law bridgette she is such a beautiful person and my besta friend always thank you for giving me my beautiful friend and mother of my grandchildren
~ Desiree Wright - January 7, 2020
You will be missed dearly. Love you bunches!
~ Christal Bratcher - January 7, 2020
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