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David Stephen Sandoval

May 11, 1959November 4, 2020

David Stephen Sandoval passed away on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. He was 61 years old. He was born in Fresno, CA on May 11,1959 to Manuel T. Sandoval and Annie Colmenero.

David served for 40 years in the Air National Guard as a Fire Chief. He retired from Federal Service as a Command Fire Chief after 12 years.

He was an active member in the Christian community. Throughout his entire life, he held an unwavering faith in God, which he shared with those who surrounded him.

David is survived by his wife Tina Sandoval; his children and their families, Daniel and Abby Sandoval, John and Melissa Sandoval and their daughter Sophie; his mother, Annie Sandoval; and his siblings, Kathy DeOrona and her husband John, and Anthony Sandoval and his wife Maria.

Visitation will be at Stephens and Bean Chapel on Sunday, November 15, 2020, from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Ten people at a time for ten minutes.

The service will be offered virtually on Zoom.

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Ramon Colmenero

November 19, 2020

I still can't believe that you left us so suddenly. We just celebrated your retirement last year and you looked great. Condolences to Tina, her family, my cousins Anthony, Cathy and their families. Mostly to my Aunt Annie.

Joe ornelas

November 17, 2020

Dave rest in peace my friend I will miss you. I will miss our Fire Chief get together but most of all i will miss your friendship and your happy go lucky personality. Your a good man that loved the Lord and his family and friends. The last time that we got together was in Tucson at the Fire Chief retirement. My friend happy journey to the fire station in heaven. Still we meet again thanks for all your help and friendship your a thru friend. God bless you and your family. Adios amigo

Gloria Mendoza

November 17, 2020

Tina and Family
Robert and Gloria Mendoza send our love and deep condolence.
We will miss David very much. God Bless you and your family
at this difficult time.

Richard Hernandez

November 16, 2020

To Tina and all the Sandoval Family our deepest Condolences for the loss of David. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers. From Rick, Joanna and Marc Hernandez

Terry Rohlfes

November 16, 2020

David and I met at church when we served together for a short time in Evangelism Explosion and shortly after met Tina through a Sunday School Supper Eight gathering at their house. Dave was always a cheerful, friendly and enthusiastic guy.

My prayers are with you all as you grieve his passing and rejoice with you in knowing that he is no longer in pain and is rejoicing with the Lord.

CARLOS Ramirez

November 16, 2020

From Air National Guard Logistics Readiness Staff, will miss Mr Sandoval coming downstairs to talk to us about Fire Trucks, and to see if we had any snacks, he was wonderful to work with, always strived to make sure the ANG Fire Departments has the best equipment, facilities and vehicles. Often he would come down not to talk about work but about sports, movies, travel, and of course his beautiful family. We will all miss our Brother, God Bless Sandoval Family

Kevin West, Kevin Sutton, Lorrie Sampson, Henry, Chors, William Bunch, James Peck, Carlos

Jon Fried

November 15, 2020

Celebrating St. Patrick's Day with David Sandoval - The Mayor of Murphy's in Alexandria. Save me a seat at steak night my brother.

Susan Scibelli

November 15, 2020

We have lost a beautiful soul❤️❤️. Dave you will greatly missed by anyone who knew you. A memory? I have many great memories. You were the kindest and most generous man I know. I loved how you loved my Grandsons. How you played Nerf Guns with them. I believe you had more Nerf Guns than they did!! I loved going out to dinner with you and Tina. You always told the best stories. Barred Owl will never be the same.
Tina, my condolences to you and your family. Love to all always. God bless.
Susan Scibelli

Don Willis

November 15, 2020

Tina,
You don't miss something until it's gone. David would call the office and serenade me when he was bored or someone was in his office. He always asked about my family and "Julie". He wanted to take Chase out every time he came to town. He loved people!! Please know that you are part of a very close family of military and civilian firefighters!! Please let us know if you or your family needs anything. Prayers for you and your family!

Captain Brian Ellis

November 15, 2020

Dave , your a special man to put up with all of us firefighters . God bless your family for sharing you. You will be missed. 🇺🇸🙏

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