Race Car Dave's Graveside Service

Saying goodbye to a dear friend...

There Was A Graveside Service At Cypress Forest Lawn

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
David Frederick McTevia 1934-2011

Remember - Death leaves a heartache no one can heal, love leaves a memory no one can steal.  ~From a headstone in Ireland

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Patriotism and NASCAR was Dave's middle names

Remember - A human life is a story told by God.  ~Hans Christian Andersen

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Tim (Dave's brother) and Del Kuhn

Remember - While we are mourning the loss of our friend, others are rejoicing to meet him behind the veil.  ~John Taylor

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
England (Brian and Jan Finch) was well represented

Remember - When someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a treasure. ~Author Unknown

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Bob and Robin Duda talk to Greg Leach and Laurie Reidinger ... Jan Mongel enjoys the bright sunshine

Remember - Although it's difficult today to see beyond the sorrow, May looking back in memory help comfort you tomorrow. ~Author Unknown

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Coming home

David F. McTevia 1934-2011

David F. McTevia 1934-2011

David F. McTevia 1934-2011

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Del Kuhn speaks about Dave and the motorcycle club

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Vicky plays Cab Driver and Pastor Jim from Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church enjoys the reactions

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Those of us who went with Dave to the Phoenix Club every Thursday always waited for
Jan to direct the band to play Cab Driver just for Dave

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Pastor Jim likes the tune... There were some wet eyes in the gathering afterwords

Cab Driver, drive by Mary's place
I just wanna chance to see her face
Don't stop the meter, let it race
Cab Driver, drive by Mary's place

Cab Driver, once more round the block
Never mind the ticking of the clock
I only wish we could have a talk
Cab Driver, once more round the block

Cab Driver, once more down the street
There's a little place we used to meet
That`s where I laid my future at her feet
Cab Driver, once more down the street

Cab Driver, wait here by the door
Perhaps I'll hold her in my arms once more
Then thing's will be just like before
Cab Driver, wait here by the door

Cab Driver, better take me home
I guess that I was meant to be alone
I hope God sends me a love one of my own
Cab Driver, better take me home

Cab Driver, better take me home!

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Many wore race car or patriotic shirts in loving memory of Dave

Remember - Death ends a life, not a relationship. - Jack Lemmon

David F. McTevia 1934-2011
Pastor Jim was fantastic.... He connected with the crowd making all feel at ease... Thank you

Remember -There are things that we don't want to happen but have to accept, things we don't want to know but have to learn, and people we can't live without but have to let go. - Author Unknown

David F. McTevia 1934-2011

David F. McTevia 1934-2011