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Kennedy-Roth Funeral Home

41- 45 58th Street, Woodside, NY

OBITUARY

David Antonovich

July 1, 1938June 22, 2020

David was born in New York City to Frank and Frances Antonovich.

Together with his brother Daniel they built a successful fur company.

He was a devout Adventist, a loving and dedicated father, brother, husband and grandfather.

He will be greatly missed.

Services

  • Reposing

    Sunday, June 28, 2020

  • Service

    Sunday, June 28, 2020

Memories

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Danny Vitorovich

June 28, 2020

Pastor Rex Duval

June 28, 2020

From The Duval Family,
Please accept our deepest sympathy for your loss. David was very special to our family. His tender kind voice combined with a great sense of humor are qualities we will never forget and always hold dear. Our two families shared much life together as our sons attended the same school. It was an honor to pray for David and to witness his confession for Christ, “that if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved.” ‭‭(Romans‬ ‭10:9‬ ‭NKJV‬‬ ) The promises of God’s word stand forever and will never pass away. This is why we know our dear brother is dancing on streets of gold right now with his Lord. May we call on Jesus to send His Holy Spirit, to be your comforter in this season of grief. If we are also found in Christ, we will be reunited with David, who will be forever remembered; as a loving husband, father, brother, faithful friend, and so much more. We commit him into the arms of Jesus. See you soon bro!❤️🔥🙏🏼

Danny Vitorovich

June 27, 2020

My Uncle David .. the man with the heart as huge as his laugh.

Whether it was skiing down or hiking up Mt Mansfield, leading the charge on snow mobiles throughout Upper North Street or canoeing down the Winooski River, Uncle David was always a part of my fondest memories growing up.

My Uncle David was a constant throughout my adult life who could always be counted on and was just a phone call away. With his own health not the best, Uncle David took the next plane out to Arizona when my father unexpectedly passed away. By his calming, steadfast and never wavering demeanor, he was there to put an arm around me and offer his quiet presence and reassuring words of much needed comfort and strength.

And now he sleeps in Christ.

In the words of 2 Timothy 4: 7-8

"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Finally, there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous Judge, will give to me on that Day, and not to me only but also to all who have loved His appearing."

And that he did.

Until we all meet again around Gram's Sabbath table, the Patriarch of our family and the center point of my fondest memories who steadied all of our ships in both the best and worst of times, will be missed beyond words.

Diana Antonovich

June 26, 2020

My wonderful uncle who helped give me a childhood filled with fun, adventures, and laughter. I so love and admire his relaxed, low-stress attitude. His calm positive demeanor helped me survive my father’s serious injury last summer - my Uncle David and I were in that one together and he offered incredible support and reassurance. I miss him so much . Our family feels an enormous void. We will see and hear that big (body shaking :) laugh again.
John 3:16

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY