In memory of
David M. Birinyi
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In memory of
David M. Birinyi
BIRINYI, David M. David M. Birinyi of Dallas, Tx passed away Nov. 17, 2019 after losing his battle with heart problems. David was born in Toronto, Canada on April 23, 1955. David and his family moved to Paris, Texas in 1964 when his father was transferred to assist the building and start up of the New Campbell Soup Plant. In 1969, the family moved to Dallas to seek other opportunities. Eventually, David completed his schooling when he graduated with a Bachelor's degree from North Texas State University. David was an active member of the Toastmasters and other organizations. He was employed by Quality Sausage Company of Texas for over 30 years as Director of Purchasing where he made many friends with fellow employees and suppliers. He spent many hours over the last 10 years working on his hobby which was model trains and scenic layouts. He loved to take pictures of his accomplishments to show his friends, and he was a lover of all kinds of music. Survivors include his parents, Beverley and Paul Birinyi; brother, Robert Birinyi and wife, Kimberly; sister, Catherine Morgan and husband Marc; nephew, Dr. Paul Birinyi and wife, Christina of Alexandria, La, their 3 beautiful daughters, Aubrey, Charlotte, and Olivia; nieces, Amanda Birinyi and Heather Morgan; uncle, George Birinyi and his wife, Irene; uncle, Bill Seager and wife, Joy and many cousins still living in Toronto, Canada, and his many friends and business associates. Services will be held at Rhoton funeral home on Mon. Dec. 9 at 11:00 a.m. David loved his animals; especially dogs and requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to the SPCA. On-line: SPCA.org/memorial giving. Check yes so an acknowledgement can be sent to the family. By mail: SPCA of Dallas, 2400 Lone Star Dr. Dallas, TX 75212. Please state contributions in memory of David Birinyi.
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In memory of
David M. Birinyi
BIRINYI, David M. David M. Birinyi of Dallas, Tx passed away Nov. 17, 2019 after losing his battle with heart problems. David was born in Toronto, Canada on April 23, 1955. David and his family moved to Paris, Texas in 1964 when his father was transferred to assist the building and start up of the New Campbell Soup Plant. In 1969, the family moved to Dallas to seek other opportunities. Eventually, David completed his schooling when he graduated with a Bachelor's degree from North Texas State University. David was an active member of the Toastmasters and other organizations. He was employed by Quality Sausage Company of Texas for over 30 years as Director of Purchasing where he made many friends with fellow employees and suppliers. He spent many hours over the last 10 years working on his hobby which was model trains and scenic layouts. He loved to take pictures of his accomplishments to show his friends, and he was a lover of all kinds of music. Survivors include his parents, Beverley and Paul Birinyi; brother, Robert Birinyi and wife, Kimberly; sister, Catherine Morgan and husband Marc; nephew, Dr. Paul Birinyi and wife, Christina of Alexandria, La, their 3 beautiful daughters, Aubrey, Charlotte, and Olivia; nieces, Amanda Birinyi and Heather Morgan; uncle, George Birinyi and his wife, Irene; uncle, Bill Seager and wife, Joy and many cousins still living in Toronto, Canada, and his many friends and business associates. Services will be held at Rhoton funeral home on Mon. Dec. 9 at 11:00 a.m. David loved his animals; especially dogs and requested in lieu of flowers donations be made to the SPCA. On-line: SPCA.org/memorial giving. Check yes so an acknowledgement can be sent to the family. By mail: SPCA of Dallas, 2400 Lone Star Dr. Dallas, TX 75212. Please state contributions in memory of David Birinyi.
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Services Provided By
Rhoton Funeral Home
1511 South Interstate 35e
Carrollton, TX 75006
Past Services ╲╱
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