David Paul Herbig was a caring husband, father, brother, friend, and boss. He left this world inspiring those around him to always seek a life filled with love and adventure.
David was born on November 11th, 1952 to Mary Lou and James Herbig in their hometown of Dayton, Ohio. Always a wild soul, it took David some time to find his passion following high school, but the day he discovered flying would change his life forever. David pursued a career as a pilot flying helicopters from Hawaii to Alaska. His career path brought him to Skagway, Alaska where David would plant his roots and spend the next 30 years building a family, a home, and a growing business doing what he loved.
David is survived by his wife Maria, daughter Emily, son Nathaniel, his brother James Herbig, and a long list of friends who will miss him dearly.
Please reach out to his family directly for service details and to RSVP at (907) 723-6302.
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The service from Millennium was outstanding. Rachel was sweet, personable and very comforting. It was important to me that my dad was kept locally where I knew where he would be. Very nice facility, state of the art and quality of my fathers remains were so refined compared to my mothers years ago. I highly recommend this place for an affordable choice for your loved one. Thank you for making an already stressful event easy. With high regards, the Esposito and Keith Family.
Millennium Cremation provided a fantastic service to our family at a difficult time. Our beloved mother passed away in Vero Beach and the rest of the family was in other parts of the country. Due to the Covid health crisis, none of us could get to Vero Beach in person. That's where Millennium took over. They helped us manage everything, coordinated with a cemetery in Maine, managed the obituaries, expedited all the paperwork, and even delivered an important document locally that saved us days. Funeral director Rachel was a godsend, and she made it clear what she was going to do, and what we needed to do. If you know what you want, Millennium is highly recommended, and the savings versus the full service mortuaries is significant.