Condolence & Memory Journal

I'm just now hearing of Daves' passing. I remember watching Dave play with the Reno Aces back in the '70's. He eventually bacame one of my Jr. Hockey Coaches for a little while. We always appreciated the time Dave and his Aces teamates gave to us kids. My condolences to Dave's family & friends. Mike Hamilton, Beaumont, Ca

Posted by Mike Hamilton - Reno / Sparks, NV   June 14, 2013

OH Carrie and family...I am so very sorry. Dave was so sweet. We go back to Covina PD Days...Prayers are with you..

Sherry Smith

Posted by Sherry Smith - San Dimas, CA - friend..ex-wife of RE Smith   May 02, 2012

Dave will be missed by all who knew him. I knew Dave since we were both 3yrs. old. Though there were times when we didn't see each for years I always felt like we were not only good friends but family. Good Bye Dave

Posted by Robert S. Gendjar - Crossville, TN - Friend   March 01, 2012

We are so sorry to hear about Dave, he was an outstanding individual. Our family has treasured the relationship we have had with your family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you now. May the wonderful memories help you through the hard times.
all our love
Eve ,Rich and David Bier

Posted by Eve Bier - Salt Lake City, UT   February 14, 2012

Dear Carrie and Family, I was heart broken to hear of Dave's passing. I remember when you lived up the street from Vince, myself and our three children. You were really fun and caring, sweet people. Dave was a very compassionate man and was always willing to help where he could. I know that if Jeromy were here and not in Afganistan, he would have written a message to Bryan. It was sad when you moved from the neighborhood. Dave will be missed by Many people. My heart goes out to you and your family. If I can help with anything please let me know. Take time to heal and always remember the fun and special times you shared. Love you Carrie.

Posted by Shellie (Scott) Taylor - Provo, UT - 5TH Ward neighbor and Friend   February 07, 2012

I had thye plearure of attending the FBI National Academy with Dave. Spending time running and sightseeing with him I learned to respect him and his committment to serving others. I will cherish the good times we enjoyed.

Posted by Craig Burnett    February 06, 2012

David Sr was an amazing man that will always hold a special place in my heart. I'm so thankful for his incredible example as a neighbor, friend, father figure and priesthood leader.
I have wonderful memories of jogging down "Miller's Lane" with David Sr and Jr on warm summer nights. I can still hear his positive words of encouragement to motivate us as we ran along the side of the road.
I can remember, as a boy, feeling the holy spirit with him while he was in the bishopric as he interviewed me for a temple recommend to do baptisms for the dead.
The thing I'll remember the most about David Sr is the love he had for his family. I admired the time he spent with his son's at their ski races and baseball games or the hours he devoted to his daughter's volleyball games. I'll always remember his sensitive and supporting nature to his sweet wife during the passing of John.
Thank you Brother Bolda for your love and example, you will always be remembered as an outstanding man!

Posted by Tyson Lewis - American Fork, UT - Friend & Neighbor   February 06, 2012

I first met Dave in the spring of 1989 when I began my career with Provo City in the Community Development Department.

We hit it off immediately and quickly renewed the USMC brotherhood bond--I served from 1966-1970. I told him he needed to be respectful of me because I am two months older than him--he would joke that I was his older "ugly brother".

Dave is an amazing individual. He seemed to always have time for anyone and everyone. To say that he loved his family was putting it mildly--they were his life. We would often visit in his office and "talk" about our kids and our hopes, aspirations, and prayers for them. Both of us agreed that we had married "well above ourselves" in life and how fortunate we were to have each met such wonderful women.

As an example and a friend I will miss Dave tremendously!

Love,

Skip and Sue Tandy, Mapleton, Utah

Posted by Skip Tandy - Mapleton, UT - Friend and Co-worker   February 06, 2012

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Prayers for all.. David.. We shall meet again xoxoxoxo

Posted by Doris "Tucker" Jackson - Puyallup, WA - friend of Stacy (David Daughter)   February 06, 2012

David, I never received the blessing to Personally meeting you, But my heart did meet you through the love of your daughter Stacy eyes. She would share with me wonderful stories about you and how much she loves you. David, you meant the world to Stacy and that means the world to me. What a Wonderful person you are. You are now out of that Body and Blessed in Heaven with Jesus and other family members, Your laughter and smiles and your presence will be missed here on Earth, But the angles in Heaven are celebrating your birth in Heaven. As we grieve your lost, I trust that Your family will feel the Lords love and comfort and Always know, "We Shall Meet Again" I wish I personally Knew you David. God Bless You. Love, Doris Jackson and Kids. Paul (P.J.) Heidi and Jeremy Ferrebee and Heather Jackson. We send our Love to each and every Family Member xoxoxoxo

Posted by Doris "Tucker" Jackson - Puyallup, WA - Stacy Friend (David Daughter)   February 06, 2012

Dear Ones,

It was such a great honor to assist your hero father, grandfather, and loving husband. I will never forget the tender care you gave to him and to each other. David Bolda has an amazing family! No wonder he was so proud of each of you. You will be forever be in my heart.

Love,

Candy Kinser, RN
Alpha Hospice

Posted by Candy Kinser - American Fork, UT - Nurse   February 04, 2012

Dave loved everyone, and he had time for everyone, he always took time with everyone with my children in the neighborhood, his smile was warm and welcoming....he will be very much missed.....f

Posted by Loyal Pett - roosevelt, UT - friend and neighbor   February 04, 2012