David Allan Charbonneau

February 14, 1954 - September 10, 2015

David Allan Charbonneau

February 14, 1954 - September 10, 2015


David Allan Charbonneau passed away September 10, 2015.
He was born February 14, 1954 in Valley Stream, NY. He had a BA in History from the University of California – Berkeley.
David married Donna Lowry in July 1994. They made their home in Ventura, CA and then moved to Blaine, WA in 2004.
David was a loving husband and father. He had a contagious smile, a giving heart, and worked hard at everything that he did.
He loved golf, fishing, surfing, sailing, skiing, reading history and playing basketball.
David is survived by his wife Donna Charbonneau; daughters Olivia and Corinne Charbonneau; mother Catherine Charbonneau; brothers Michael, Vincent, Peter and Joe Charbonneau; sisters Eileen Charbonneau, Teresa Pelham, Patricia Charbonneau; 27 nieces and nephews; numerous cousins, aunts, and uncles. He was preceded in death by his father Vincent Charbonneau; sisters Marie and Kate Charbonneau.
A Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, September 19, 2015 at 1:00 pm at North Bay Christ the King Church in Birch Bay.

Memorial Service

  • Date & Time: September 19, 2015 (12:00 AM)
  • Venue: North Bay Christ The King
  • Location: 4895 Birch Bay - Lynden Rd Blaine, WA 98230 - (Get Directions)
  • Phone Number: (360) -33-2-1951

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19 responses to David Allan Charbonneau

  1. ..it is almost 3 yrs. since your passing and I am just learning about it…your caring and instruction preparing myself and others for the journey across the US in ’86 on the GPM still conjures a strong response in my heart…that “incident” in the moments before one of the meetings with Tom and Jane..and the connections it fostered.Thank you Dave for from all of us on the GPM who remember you…much aloha on your journey into the beyond, may your soul travel well.

  2. Joe Cavanagh says:

    Quite by accident I stumbled upon Dave’s obituary. A close friend when we were kids, we lost touch after Dave transferred to VS Central from parochial school, It’s got to be
    40 years since we last spoke. I don’t know how current the picture is, but he looks the same as I remember him, with that mile wide smile. He was a great friend and I will always remember fondly our childhood in Valley Stream. always the competitor in sports, who can forget watching the Knicks on Sunday afternoons in their heyday, the first Super Bowls, and those painful Yankee years in the late 60’s. Those truly were the days my friend. Sorry to hear of Dave’s passing but grateful for having known him. RIP Dave.
    Friends forever,

  3. Al Archer says:

    I met David at work in Birch Bay Village and liked him immediately. Saw him last in early September at Yeager’s Sporting Goods. We were near the fishing tackle, of course, when he suddenly appeared beside me. We discussed our ongoing plan to go fishing together. David was a good man who usually brought his Bible along when he arrived at work to read in his spare time. He was a special kind of man whose friendship I treasured.

  4. I just heard about Dave’s passing. I worked with him on the Tom Hayden campaign in Southern California. He was a great, sunny personality, lit up the room. I’m so sorry for his passing.

  5. I am so sorry for loss. David was my client for many years. I knew he loved his wife and girls very much. when he came in he would ask me about my family and we would share stories. He told me of his friend he lost in 911 and he was my financial adviser for a while. I will deeply miss seeing him in the shop sharing stories of our lives. See you in the next life David.
    Sincerely Beth

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