In memory of
David Irvin King
In memory of
David Irvin King
November 23, 1940 - January 5, 2021 David has joined his belated brother Samuel Dean King and parents Rev. Irvin Taylor King & Harriet Martin King. David is a graduate of Brazil High School of Brazil, IN, & Purdue University, Class of 1969 with a B.S.in Electrical Engineering. In between, David served the U.S. Navy 1960-1964 in direct participation of the Cuban Missile Crisis. David later married Joy J. Antrim in 1965 at the Baptist Church of Monon IN, conducted by his father, Reverend Irvin. David felt fortunate and proud to be able to provide for his family and continue serving our country while traveling the world during a significant portion of his career. As a Senior Electrical Engineer, he served our US National Defense Department through a number of companies, retiring from the Boeing Company. He continued his mother's love of music through teaching guitar and voice; He sang with: "The Schola Cantorum" of De Anza College in Cupertino, CA and with the "Charles King Singers", directed by his dear friend, Reverend Charles King of WA State. He also participated in 'The Musical Church' of Bellevue, WA and personally performed by singing & playing guitar with many friends for various charity organizations throughout WA State. He is survived by: his wife of 50+ years, Joy King, daughter Angela, and son, Eric; Eric's family - wife, Jessica and grandchildren: Amanda, William & Colin; his sister-in-law, Anna King, from who he has 2 nieces - Rebecca & Elizabeth and nephew Samuel Jr.; along with their children giving him 10 great-nieces, 1 great-nephew and 5 great-great-nephews and 1 great-great-niece. ALL who David had the blessing to know through the technology he unofficially contributed engineering ideas into becoming what's now broadly known as the internet. Family, dear friends, music & his career- these were the cornerstones of our Dad's heart and life focus. He will be dearly missed Beyond words. *If able, during this time of pandemic: donation contributions would be dearly appreciated in David's memory, these entrusted organizations are of many David personally & financially supported, to his time of death - Habitat for Humanity ( www.habitat.org ) and The Veterans Association ( www.vetsaa.org ).
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In memory of
David Irvin King
November 23, 1940 - January 5, 2021 David has joined his belated brother Samuel Dean King and parents Rev. Irvin Taylor King & Harriet Martin King. David is a graduate of Brazil High School of Brazil, IN, & Purdue University, Class of 1969 with a B.S.in Electrical Engineering. In between, David served the U.S. Navy 1960-1964 in direct participation of the Cuban Missile Crisis. David later married Joy J. Antrim in 1965 at the Baptist Church of Monon IN, conducted by his father, Reverend Irvin. David felt fortunate and proud to be able to provide for his family and continue serving our country while traveling the world during a significant portion of his career. As a Senior Electrical Engineer, he served our US National Defense Department through a number of companies, retiring from the Boeing Company. He continued his mother's love of music through teaching guitar and voice; He sang with: "The Schola Cantorum" of De Anza College in Cupertino, CA and with the "Charles King Singers", directed by his dear friend, Reverend Charles King of WA State. He also participated in 'The Musical Church' of Bellevue, WA and personally performed by singing & playing guitar with many friends for various charity organizations throughout WA State. He is survived by: his wife of 50+ years, Joy King, daughter Angela, and son, Eric; Eric's family - wife, Jessica and grandchildren: Amanda, William & Colin; his sister-in-law, Anna King, from who he has 2 nieces - Rebecca & Elizabeth and nephew Samuel Jr.; along with their children giving him 10 great-nieces, 1 great-nephew and 5 great-great-nephews and 1 great-great-niece. ALL who David had the blessing to know through the technology he unofficially contributed engineering ideas into becoming what's now broadly known as the internet. Family, dear friends, music & his career- these were the cornerstones of our Dad's heart and life focus. He will be dearly missed Beyond words. *If able, during this time of pandemic: donation contributions would be dearly appreciated in David's memory, these entrusted organizations are of many David personally & financially supported, to his time of death - Habitat for Humanity ( www.habitat.org ) and The Veterans Association ( www.vetsaa.org ).
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