David Van Kleeck
1954 ∼ 2020
Don McCorrison of Centerville, Ma. wrote:
So sorry for your loss. What a great man who will sadly be missed.
Brian Neves of Mashpee, MA wrote:
Merry - so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Glenn Kelly of Falmouth wrote:
Merry, I am so sorry for your loss.
Tony Spallacci of Stafford Springs wrote:
We will miss our visits with uncle Dave. I particularly enjoyed hearing his stories that only he could tell and the way he told them. Most times over a beer at a few of our favorite places. The stories would most always end with a humorous twist, a smirk and a sip of beer. One of the most humble guys I've ever met. Merry and Kids, Carol & I are so sorry for your loss. We will always cherish our memories/visits with him. On a side note, he was not just a brother in law to my dad, he was a true friend that helped dad through some difficult times after mom passed. he mentioned it often. RIP Uncle Dave. XO and see you on the other side.
Randy Kapisky of West Barnstable Ma wrote:
My deepest condolences to Dave’s family. I was very fortunate to have worked with Dave and in turn gained a good friend. I will miss you Dave.
Steve & Barb Kelley of SOUTH DENNIS wrote:
Our sincere condolences to the Van Kleeck family, Merry& relatives, so very sorry hearing about Daves passing, he was a great friend & will b sadly missed Steve& Barbara Kelley.
Chris bigwood of Centerville wrote:
Merry, I will forever cherish all the Friday afternoons I had with you and Dave at Mattakeese. I am so sorry for your loss.
Frank Tenaglia of Duxbury wrote:
My condolences Merry. I spent a lot of time with David when we were kids growing up in the neighborhood. When the Tenaglia clan first moved to West Hyannisport, David lived in Green Dunes with his family. We thought he was rich! David had a great sense of humor and we shared a lot of dirty jokes at Hudson Variety. We played a lot of baseball at the Manor, swam and clammed at 5th Ave, fished off the Centerville Bridge and we explored every creek, cottage and backyard that we could. We also built a lot of go carts which Dave was particularly good at. I haven't spoken to David in 50 years but I remember him fondly. My best to you and your family. Frank Tenaglia
Jeffrey Smith of Prague Czech Republic wrote:
David was a wonderful friend. We shared many laughs on the golf course, mostly at my expense. Alas I was not much competition. It's always difficult when tragedy strikes at such a young age. My thoughts and prayers to Merry, Melanie and the rest of the family.
Bill Higgins of Centerville wrote:
My condolences to the family. I'm so sorry for your loss, Merry. I hope good memories will help you through the difficult days.
EDWARD TORRI of ACTON wrote:
Merry, I was so sad to hear of Dave's passing. He always had a friendly hello when we ran into each other at the Barney. My deepest condolences.
Patty and Ellen of Barnstable, MA wrote:
Merry and family; there are no words of comfort to offer or medicine to take to ease the pain in your loss of Dave. We didn’t know Dave well but in the short time we knew him, he was a kind and gentle soul. Godspeed Dave. May the Angels guide you gently home.
Liz Grade of Barnstable wrote:
To Melanie and Stacey. What a great Dad. So sorry.
patricia barry of sandwich wrote:
Dear Merry, I am sorry for your loss. I recall waiting on David at Old Barney, he was always pleasant and had a big smile. I also remember him bringing along Jackson. I hope you feel the healing, prayer and care of all those who know you. Patricia Barry former server at Old Barney
Matt Aliberti of Cotuit, Ma 02635 wrote:
Dearest Merry, just now read of David’s death n long illness. I’m so sorry for you. Please accept my sincerest condolences. I will see u at the club for a hug. Luv mary a.