David E. Farnham

May 10, 1964January 26, 2013

David E. Farnham was born on May 10, 1964 in Bellevue, Washington and passed away on January 26, 2013 in Kirkland, Washington.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, February 16, 2013

David E. Farnham

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Deidre Hathaway

January 30, 2014

Much love. Keep watching over them. They're doing amazing things.


S. Clark

January 27, 2014

Tessa - Did He build furniture?


March 24, 2013

It's been almost 2 months now. I wish you could know how much you meant to so many people.
You were the smartest person I have ever known, and I will try to follow in your footsteps and never stop learning.
You didn't follow those pesky "social norms", and because of that, I will never be afraid to stand out in a crowd.
You taught me a lot, but I regret everything that will always go unsaid.
I miss you more than words can describe, and I think about you until I go to sleep and dream about you.
Daddy: I'll be seeing you.
Bean/Kiki the Monkey Girl


February 18, 2013

David, I was nervous to get up and talk at your memorial, but I want to tell you, thank you for everything you did for me and the times you were there for me, throughout our lives. I especially want to thank you and this is what I wanted to say yesterday, for helping me and the kids move from Cali and getting us all back home to our family. You gave me the opportunity for a rest from being a single mom and giving me the chance to go back to school for a new chance at life. What you did for me opened up a whole new career for me, and I am doing better than I have ever done because of it. I will always be grateful to you for that and love you and miss you more than you know. Loves to you forever.

Doug Broughton

February 17, 2013

although we weren't close, we had some great conversations and you'll be missed.

Kerriann Tally

February 16, 2013

Dave & I went through alot together, he was the only person able to call me out & cared enough to help me with my terrible ways. He was a rare man. A man that unconditionally loved all, even when we didn't deserve his love he still would come runing to help & stay to be sure all ok.
Raising his son, working alone was very tough for him, so I would babysit Dylan, what an honor. I got an amazing friend & got to watch part of Dylans younger years. I'm so glad we met. Nobody could replace you, I love you. Kerri T

Clayton Rizor

February 16, 2013

"I think Frank Sinatra said it best in "My way".It was great hangin with you Dave."

Virginia Durante

February 15, 2013

Dave, I wished I could have told you what you really meant to me, but you always had a place in my heart, and as bratty as I tried to be to you, you never stopped being special to me. I will miss you so much. People love you, whether you like it or not. Thank you for sharing some of your life with me, I won't ever forget you.

John Quinn

February 14, 2013

My time with David was short, but packed with his insights on people, religious ideals and his quest for a house to call his own. For years I never knew the "tatooed co-worker" and I am regretful I didn't know him sooner.

Be at peace my friend. God will keep you until we all will laugh with you again.

February 14, 2013

Your passing is bittersweet, knowing you're gone leaves tears in my eyes and an ache in my heart. Remembering your life and the times I spent with you and Dylan, your love for your children, music, your loyalty to friends and family. The memories are so many they could fill a book, and they bring a smile to my face and warmth to my heart. You will be missed by many,and always live on in my heart.

Gary Burke.