In memory of
David John Pierce
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In memory of
David John Pierce
David John Pierce 1956 - 2018 PHILADELPHIA, PA – David John Pierce, 61, died in his home in Philadelphia, of liver cancer on Sunday, September 2, 2018. He was born on September 13, 1956, in St. Luke's Hospital, to Robert and Jean (Miller) Pierce. He attended John F. Kennedy High School and graduated from Hartwick College in Oneonta and Georgia Tech with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Math. In 1982, he married the love of his life, Janet Brown, who he met at GE in Utica. In 2001, because of cystic kidney disease, he had a transplant in Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia. His sister, Cathy Jean, donated her kidney. He taught high school math after health problems developed. He was an Episcopalian and attended St. Paul's Church in N. Utica and those teachings never left him. He is survived by his wife, Janet; daughter, Athalia and Andrew Ballantyne; son, Randolph Brown; and two grandchildren, Colton and Paxton Ballantyne; mother, Jean; siblings, Cathy Jean (Joe) Conlon, Binghamton, Jane Ann Heal, Brattleboro, VT; and Anne-Marie (Jay) Yates, Albany. He was predeceased by his father, Bob; and his brother-in-law, Jim Heal. A memorial service at his home in Philadelphia will be held at a later date. He was a kind, gentle boy who is now with his father in Heaven. Never lose faith – God shows the way – Love is the key to everything. "No one with character lives a life of waste." – Henry Kissenger.
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In memory of
David John Pierce
David John Pierce 1956 - 2018 PHILADELPHIA, PA – David John Pierce, 61, died in his home in Philadelphia, of liver cancer on Sunday, September 2, 2018. He was born on September 13, 1956, in St. Luke's Hospital, to Robert and Jean (Miller) Pierce. He attended John F. Kennedy High School and graduated from Hartwick College in Oneonta and Georgia Tech with a degree in Mechanical Engineering and Math. In 1982, he married the love of his life, Janet Brown, who he met at GE in Utica. In 2001, because of cystic kidney disease, he had a transplant in Thomas Jefferson Hospital in Philadelphia. His sister, Cathy Jean, donated her kidney. He taught high school math after health problems developed. He was an Episcopalian and attended St. Paul's Church in N. Utica and those teachings never left him. He is survived by his wife, Janet; daughter, Athalia and Andrew Ballantyne; son, Randolph Brown; and two grandchildren, Colton and Paxton Ballantyne; mother, Jean; siblings, Cathy Jean (Joe) Conlon, Binghamton, Jane Ann Heal, Brattleboro, VT; and Anne-Marie (Jay) Yates, Albany. He was predeceased by his father, Bob; and his brother-in-law, Jim Heal. A memorial service at his home in Philadelphia will be held at a later date. He was a kind, gentle boy who is now with his father in Heaven. Never lose faith – God shows the way – Love is the key to everything. "No one with character lives a life of waste." – Henry Kissenger.
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