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David Lloyd Dallman

June 26, 1952 ~ March 09, 2024

David Lloyd Dallman died March 9, 2024 in Vero Beach FL following a brief illness. He was surrounded by family and friends. He was 71 years old.

David was born in San Francisco, on June 26, 1952, the only son of Ruth and Vernon Dallman Jr. He grew up in San Jose, and as a child enjoyed fishing, camping, sports and music. He attended Chico State University and studied Business Administration. He worked as a chef, and later as manager of the Big Oak Plaza in Santa Rosa, CA. When he retired, he moved to Lahaina, HI, but after the fire in August, he moved to Sebastian FL.

David enjoyed rock music, the ocean, scuba diving, traveling the world, motorcycles and fast cars. He appreciated fine craftsmanship in watches, art, pens and knives, but his friends and his family were his true treasure. With a quick wit, sense of humor and no filter, David and his colorful stories and jokes would often light up the room with laughter. Always up for an adventure, he was talking about going to Portugal and Japan even in the days before his passing.

As one of his friends put it, “The world just became a little more boring”. David is survived by his sister, Diana (Michael) Silva, and her children, Daniel (Laura) and their children, Gregory (MyKenzie) Silva and their children, and Kathryn Silva. Services and burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests considering a donation to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.



March 18, 2024, 5:03 pm

He will be missed and loved.
He always made me laugh & smile
May you rest in peace…

Anita Hanner

March 18, 2024, 5:15 pm

My dear friend, I just can’t believe you are gone. You were always like my little brother, 48 years of an incredible friendship. Always protecting each other.And everyday I remember some story or things that you used to do or like and I crack up laughing at your crazy yet tender personality. You were described by your sister with such accuracy. I wish from my heart I could have done so much more for you. But I think it was your time to explore the far and beyond . I will never forget you. Till we will meet again .

Thomas Hanner

March 18, 2024, 5:21 pm

Good bye my friend, I will miss our motorcycle rides together and the way you always said “Hey buddy! What are you doing. RIP.

Carol Matrone

March 18, 2024, 6:47 pm

David, Anita and I traveled to Peru a few years back. What a trip it was! We were always on our toes with David’s antics and entertainment. He was quite a character and yes brought joy and challenges with him along the way!! I will always have a warm heart smile thinking of my travel buddy. Soar high my friend, you left your big footprints here on everyone’s heart. Condolences to his sister and family.

Mary Wals

March 19, 2024, 3:14 pm

Mary Wals
I only knew David a short while thru Anita and Tommy, was so very sorry to hear about David’s passing. The little bit I did , I remember him talking about his dog and how much he loved his dog. May he now be reunited with his dog and loved ones in Heaven.

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