Guest Book for
David Johnston
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  January 12, 2004
I was so sorry to hear of Dave's death. Such a sweet guy that I will always remember with a smile. I will remember all the family in my prayers. 
Class of 68
  Betty Mieir (Joplin, MO ) 

  January 12, 2004
I was so fortunate to know Dave. He was my roommate my freshman year at OU and went on to be one of the founding partners of Friends Records in Norman. We had many special times together and I am so sad to read of his passing. He was, as others have noted, gentle, soft-spoken, warm and non-judgemental. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.
  Tim Hackett (Chicago, IL ) 

  January 12, 2004
I have some great memories of Dave in our Junior high times at the old neiborhood house next door to the Gilliands.
  Mark Wiltshire (Tulsa, OK ) 

  January 12, 2004
Dave was truly one of the sweetest guys I've ever known. Such a sweet and gentle spirit is so rare in this day, and it is sad to lose one of the really good guys. Our loss is certainly heaven's gain.
  Marilyn Williams (Sand Springs, OK ) 

  January 12, 2004
What a sweetheart! Fun trombone player... fun times in marching band... always smiling! He even seemed to always have a smile on his face when we'd visit him after his accident. Dave, you will be missed....
  Marie Teague (Broken Arrow, OK ) 

  January 12, 2004
Aquaintance from High School. David is happily remembered.
  John Hooper (Seminole, OK )

  January 11, 2004
I feel so sadly to hear of Dave's passing. We were friends on the Tom Tom staff, and he made a special effort to contact me to go to our 30th reunion. I'm so sorry that I didn't keep up with him, he was a very sweet and special person to me. My sincerest sympathies. 
Alaxine Phelan
  Alaxine Phelan (Fraser) (Spring Branch, TX ) 

  January 11, 2004

Do not stand at my grave and weep 
I am not there 
I do not sleep 

I am a thousand winds that blow 
I am the diamond glints on snow 

I am the sunlight on ripened grain 
I am the gentle Autumn rain 

When you awaken in the morning's hush 
I am the swift uplifting rush 
of quiet birds In circled flight 
I am the soft stars that shine at night 

Do not stand at my grave and cry 
I am not there 
I did not die 

Author Unknown 

My deepest sympathy to Dave's family. 
Debbie Davis-Boyles 
Tulsa Central Class of 68

  Debbie Davis Boyles (Bentonville, AR ) 

  January 11, 2004
David you are one in a million, always so friendly and polite, you always passed out your smiles freely 
God Bless you and Your families
  Shirley Key (Mustang, OK ) 

  January 11, 2004
David will be missed. He was a fine man. 

CHS class of '68

  Jim Gotwals (Tulsa, OK )

  January 11, 2004
I knew David in high school, and graduated with him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
  Glenda Harper, Rathbone (Broken Arrow, OK ) 

January 11, 2004
I did know Dave very well while at 
Central, but I believe I had one or 
two classes with him, and I do 
remember him quite well. He was a 
nice and bright young man and 
showed much promise. It is indeed 
sad that he had to leave this earth 
just short of 54 all-too-quick 
years! May fond memories of him 
sustain all of those who were close 
to him throughout his life!
  Karlis Lubkans (Westminster, MD )

  January 11, 2004
Dave was such a wonderful guy. He was accepting of all and always had a smile on his face. He will be missed by many.
  BJ Smith Cowden (Edmond, OK ) 

  January 11, 2004
I'll miss your gentle, sweet smile. 
Dave was one of the partner's of Friend's Records in Norman back in the 70's with my brother Tim Hackett. My sincerest sympathies to his family on their great loss. 

Cathy Hackett Ramsay

  Cathy Ramsay (Tulsa, OK ) 

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