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David Lawrence Kallenborn

14 août 19473 juin 2021
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David Lawrence Kallenborn, 73, of Tallahassee, FL died June 3, 2021.

Dave was born Aug. 14, 1947 in Doylestown, OH to his parents, Paul Anthony Kallenborn & Mary Kundla Kallenborn. He served as Captain in the US Army as a helicopter pilot from 1967 - 1973. He retired in 2011 from the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice.

He was a proud father and is survived by his children, Camille and David; his granddaughter Ellie; and siblings, Elaine Walker and James Kallenborn.

A gathering for a celebration of life will be open to the public at Culley’s MeadowWood Funeral Home at 1737 Riggins Rd. Tallahassee, FL on Wednesday, June 9th at 6:00pm – 8:30pm.

In lieu of flowers, the family prefers a donation to the Donate Life America Organization.

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David Lawrence Kallenborn

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Jack Finley

9 juin , 2021

I enjoyed the years I worked for Dave at DJJ. He had a gentle, steady leadership style. He respected us and that made us respect him and want to do our best for him. That respect lingers in the team he left behind at DJJ. Even though we worked in technology, Dave always knew it was the people that made the difference. And he liked to remind us that, as Dave often said, no good deed goes unpunished! Love you, Dave!

Samadhi Jones

9 juin , 2021

I worked with Dave Kallenborn at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice when he headed the IT Department. Dave was very kind and always had a gentle manner. He was well respected, and after his health took a steep turn he carried on with a calm dignity until he retired. I wish his family comfort.

Amelia C. de Caballero

8 juin , 2021

My most heartfelt sorrow to the Kallenborn family on their loss and may God’s eternal light shine on David senior for ever. Amen 🙏 (Amelia is Bruno’s sister living n Panama).

Anita Contreras

7 juin , 2021

May the Peace which passes all understanding be with David as we, as family, remember the stories of what he has done in his life. Amen

John Douglas

6 juin , 2021

I had the privilege of working with Dave for nearly 10 years in Florida government. He was a very nice person who was always willing to help and never had a unkind word for anyone. He was not only a co-worker, but a friend to everyone in the office. Even though I had not seen him in quite some time, it makes me very sad knowing he is gone. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

Jeri Richardson

6 juin , 2021

I worked with Dave at Department of Juvenile Justice for a few years. He will be missed by so many. His family will be in my thoughts and prayers during this time.

Amelia Henshaw

6 juin , 2021

Our deepest condolences for the loss you bear.
Be assured of our thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.
Ron and Amelita

Lytha Belrose

6 juin , 2021

Dave was one of the kindest, smartest, and most helpful people who worked at the Florida Department of Juvenile Justice. He would always help with whatever the need was, whenever there was a need. He is missed. May Dave’s family and friends find comfort during this grievous time.

Wanda Harper

6 juin , 2021

Dave was the one guy who was always nice. Never a mean word and always eager to help. A very generous caring man. He made a difference and will be missed.

Bruno Contreras

5 juin , 2021

I visited Big Dave at Big Bend Hospice on Wed., June 2nd, late in the afternoon. I was so happy that I was able to hold his hand and prayed for him with my son-in-law David, Laurie my daughter, and David's sister Camille, and not knowing that he was ready to start his journey to be with God in a few hours just after midnight, on Thur., June 3rd.
I'm so grateful for God allowing me to be there for him.
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http://www.scborromeo.org

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