In Memory

David S. Gillette

David S. Gillette passed away at home on February 25, 2011 of complications of Huntington's disease and Cancer, he was 47 years old. He was born on November 16, 1963 in Butte, MT to the late Christopher B. and Phyllis M Gillette. He married Sharon Gillette on June 11, 1982 in Tucson, AZ. He served in the United States Navy where he was a Machinist Repair & Dispersing Clerk; he retired after 10 plus years. He was a Christian, Romans 10:9-10 and John 3:16. David mostly enjoyed sports such as baseball, football, NASCAR, etc. He is preceded in death by his son Zachary D. and daughter Cassandra L. Gillette. He is survived by his wife, Sharon; daughter Allysa D. Gillette; sister Laura Gillette Moore; and Stephen S. Gillette; and 4 grandchildren David A. Haskins, Brodyn Z.G. Haskins, Phoenix S.G. Haskins and one in heaven. Military Graveside Service will be held at 1 p.m. at Miller-Woodlawn Memorial Park and a Memorial Service at 3:30 p.m. at Sylvan Way Baptist Church, both on Thursday, March 10, 2011. In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Huntington's disease Society and/or American Cancer Society in David S. Gillette's name are appreciated. Read more:

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08/01/11 10:09 PM #1    

Stephen T. Welding

David Gillette.

I knew David, and his brother Steve quite well. I met them both at Gale Elementary School in the third grade. I realized right away that these brothers were just a little bit on the wild side. Dave was the younger of the two and had his own natural zest for life. Dave was a good soul, and I could just see that in his personality. He served his country well, and was a husband and father too. I was proud to have known him. May you find fair winds and safe harbors wherever you may be my friend.

Steve Welding.  

09/10/11 09:24 PM #2    

Patty Leya (Tingstad)

We welcome Sharon Moore Gillette (Class of 1980) as a Guest Member of the site. Her name is listed alphabetically at the end of the classmate list if you wish to contact her.

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