David Michael Birinyi
April 23, 1955 – November 17, 2019
David M. Birinyi of Dallas, Tx passed away Nov. 17, 2019 after losing his battle with heart problems.
David was born in Toronto, Canada on April 23, 1955.
David and his family moved to Paris, Texas in 1964 when his father was transferred to assist the building and startup of the New Campbell Soup Plant.
In 1969, the family moved to Dallas to seek other opportunities.
Eventually, David completed his schooling when he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree from North Texas State University.
David was an active member of the Toastmasters and other organizations.
He was employed by Quality Sausage Company of Texas for over 30 years as Director of Purchasing where he made many friends with fellow employees and suppliers. He spent many hours over the last 10 years working on his hobby which was model trains and scenic layouts. He loved to take pictures of his accomplishments to show his friends, and he was a lover of all kinds of music.
Survivors include his parents, Beverley and Paul Birinyi; brother, Robert Birinyi and wife, Kimberly; sister, Catherine Morgan and husband Marc; nephew, Dr. Paul Birinyi and wife, Christina of Alexandria, La, their 3 beautiful daughters, Aubrey, Charlotte, and Olivia; nieces, Amanda Birinyi and Heather Morgan; uncle, George Birinyi and his wife, Irene; uncle, Bill Seager and wife, Joy and many cousins still living in Toronto, Canada, and his many friends and business associates. Services will be held at Rhoton funeral home on Mon. Dec. 9 at 11:00 a.m.
David loved his animals; especially dogs and requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to the SPCA.
On-line: SPCA.org/memorial giving. Check yes so an acknowledgment can be sent to the family.
By mail: SPCA of Dallas, 2400 Lone Star Dr. Dallas, Tx 75212. Please state contributions in memory of David Birinyi.
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David Michael Birinyi
December 3, 2019
Twenty two years ago, I was attracted to David’s enthusiasm for life, his desire to learn things and go on adventures. I remember when he gave a speech in Toastmasters with a theme of the circus. He came in full costume as a circus Ringmaster and brought circus pamphlets for everyone. He always said, “If you’re going to do something, do it all the way.” He had wit and humor. Most of all, he had a kind and compassionate heart filled with generosity. On numerous occasions, when a co-worker was lacking in funds to attend a missionary conference, David paid his colleague’s expenses so he could attend. I’ll always treasure our adventures as we studied and explored the history of Bonnie and Clyde. And I will always respect his compassion for animals. He treated our dogs just as I did, as our children. I know this is not goodbye. It’s only so long, until we meet again. David will always be in my heart.
December 2, 2019
David, such a friend and acquaintance. He was most considerate of those around him. He made an outstanding speech in Toastmasters based on humor, demonstrating an exceptional ability dealing with humor. He called our house one morning and asked Sherry if I was OK. Sherry said that I was fine, and why did you ask ?
David said, well we have lunch today, he is not here and he is always early. I showed up shortly after that.
Kindness, thoughtfulness, friendliness all describe some of the characteristics of David.
Love you David, Bon Voy Voyage
Bill & Joy Seager
November 26, 2019
David, it was a great pleasure having you in our family .
It was very nice watching you grow over the years and your visits to your mom and dads visiting aunt Joy and I.
We truly appreciated spending quality time with you travelling to various places through Texas.
We were very proud to see you so happy building your train set and naming a street
Love you always, R I P David.
Uncle Bill & Aunt Joy
November 25, 2019
It was honour and privilege to be part of your extended family.
Many fond memories of our Sunday chats and laughs.
Our time spent in Dallas with you taking the time to take Laura and I to the Kennedy museum, Bonnie and Clyde sites and the list goes on.
We truly appreciated chatting with you during your ups and downs.
David, may you rest in piece comfortably until we meet again.
Laura & Al Zammit
November 25, 2019
Love always, your Little Sis.