OBITUARY

David Michael Cano

April 13, 1974August 4, 2018

David Michael Cano was born on April 13, 1974 in Fort Riley North, Kansas and passed away on August 4, 2018 in Sacramento, California

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David Michael Cano

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Mary Kaczka

August 11, 2018

Gloria González Campise

August 10, 2018

Gloria González Campise

August 10, 2018

David and I knew each other as teenagers at SJM. We were really good friends, and high school sweethearts. We remained friends after he went off to college, but eventually lost contact. Every time I hear certain rock songs, I am reminded of him and our many adventures together. He always made me laugh, he made everyone laugh. A few years ago we had the opportunity to reconnect on the phone. It was so great to hear his voice. After catching up we reflected on how, after all the years that had past, we felt we still knew each other. He was such a genuine person, sensitive, and kind. I am grateful we were able to express how much fun we had together, and how all we wanted for the other was happiness. I am so saddened by his passing. I will always remember him, and his beautiful smile. My prayers and condolences are with his parents and family, and to all whose life he touched. I am so sorry. May you rest in peace.

Suzanne Meeker

August 10, 2018

David is my youngest Cano cousin and was always the sweet quiet one when we were all together. I remember us playing with Steve Austin (aka six million dollar man) toys on the yard of our summer rental in Bermuda (1980); the boys all climbing up a mountain in Aspen (1981); crazy Cuban Christmas in Miami (1987); fun in the sun in Acapulco (1992); catching the garter at my wedding (1996); and the last time I saw him, having adult conversations during Mimi's 90th birthday weekend (2006). Always fun to listen to my dad (Jorge) and he talk about the NY Yankees. I will miss the opportunity to get to know you better, my dear cousin. You are well loved and missed. I'm sure you are joining Papa, Mimi and Tio Miguel as angels in Heaven, watching over us.

Uncle Tico, Aunt Doran, and Rob, our prayers are with you during this time. Much love, Suzanne

Jennifer Cramer

August 10, 2018

Robert Hancer

August 9, 2018



David was one of my first friends from Wolter's Elementary School when my family moved to Fresno, CA from Toledo, OH. I met David in 2nd grade. We played on the same soccer team ( Wolter's Iroquois) for two years, rode bikes up and down 8th & 9th street all day long as best buds. The soccer picture of David below holding the ball, is how I always remembered David.. In 4th grade I moved to the North end of town and we didnt see each other until we were reunited again in high school. I went to Bullard High School but we all hung around the SJM kids. David and I had the same friends and ran in the same circle once again. Dave was always kind hearted, bashful and a genuinely nice person to be around always. Our hearts are heavy for your loss Dave and we all will miss you dearly. Condolences to the Cano family and extended family and friends. May you rest in eternal peace my friend.

Rob Hancer

Justin Shover

August 8, 2018

Dave and I have been friends dating back to the time that we both attended San Joaquin Memorial together. Over the years, we shared a lot of good times with one another. Dave was an extraordinary person, and the type of friend who would do anything in his power to help out in anyway that he could. Dave was full of life. His laugh was contagious to all that were around him. He will be sadly missed by many. May God pour comfort into your wounded hearts, as you deal with the tragic loss of such a great human being. Until we meet again my friend, you will never be forgotten.

FROM THE FAMILY
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