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David P.
Sevigny

November 19, 1952 – December 31, 2018

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Condolence From: PAUL CARBO
Condolence: Donna & Family,
I was just informed today of Dave's passing and wanted to say what a great guy he was to work with during our glory days at Konica Medical. We had many laughs together at each RSNA, during our regional holiday gatherings and our Summit trips. He will be sadly missed by everyone that knew him. Dave was truly one of the good ones!! RIP old buddy.
Regards,
Paul & Penny Carbo
Wednesday January 09, 2019
Condolence From: George & Sue Major
Condolence: What can I say, but that the world has lost some of its special glow...Dave's joy of everything he shared; his work, his friends and most certainly his family.

We will miss him...
Saturday January 05, 2019
Condolence From: Karen Turbeville
Condolence: I first meet Dave about 1995 while working for Konica. He and I and others attended the same sales training class for new territory managers. He stood out from the others in his knowledge of radiology and most importantly, his cheerfulness and desire to welcome the new comers. Dave became my friend. I, being from Texas, should not have crossed paths with Dave very often over my 25 year tenure with Konica. But, to the contraire, we co-attended multiple summit sales achievement trips, whereas I had the good fortune to meet Donna. We attended yearly training and/or national meetings, worked every RSNA session,often covering the same area of the booth. He had a great way with the customers in his presentation. Dave always spoke so caring and lovingly of his family. He always wanted to know about, how I was doing, and what was going on in my life. He cared! Dave was a true Ambassador for Konica; he hosted me and my customers on a couple of occasions to Boston for a site visit for new Konica products. This was not part of Dave’s job description, but he went out of his way to show my customers the new products. He even helped me to secure some Fenway Park Red Sox baseball tickets! (Perhaps not thru official means!) I know Dave to be a scholar and a gentlemen! Dave was a wonderful soul and I know he will be at peace in heaven. See you on the other side my friend.
To Donna and family you are in my heart and prayers. Peace be with you.
Sincerely,
Karen Turbeville
7222 Lakehurst Avenue
Dallas, TX. 75230
Friday January 04, 2019
Condolence From: Deanna Smith
Condolence: I was so sad to hear of David's passing. We went to the Middlesex Community College Radiology Program together. We became friends while at school. My birthday is November 18th and his was the 19th. We saw each other occasionally when he would come to Union Hospital in Lynn where I work. The last time I saw him he explained to me what was happening with him. I had just been diagnosed with breast cancer. He was a great guy with a great smile. I will never forget him.
Friday January 04, 2019
Condolence From: Polly Millen
Condolence: I am so very sorry for all of you. May Dave Rest In Peace. He will be forever in your hearts.
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Robert Boule
Condolence: My heart dropped when i heard the news. I am so sorry for your loss. David was a kind man. I will always remember his smile and good nature. He made me feel welcome and as if no time passed since we last spoke.
Please accept my deepest condolence on your loss.
Bob Boule'
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Carol Wallace
Condolence: Dear Donna and Family,
Words cannot express my sorrow in hearing about the passing of David. I was his College professor in his studies to become a Radiologic Technologists. He was in one of my first classes and we have both in touch over the years as we remained active in the Massachusetts Society of Radiologists.
David was a pleasure to know and was always will to help fellow professionals as he advanced his career in the imaging business.
It was my pleasure to meet him from time to time with his wife Donna who was his rock.
Fond memories will remain in my heart.
I will keep all of you in my Prayers.
Carol Wallace Retired Professor of Radiologic Technology.
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Bob and Linda Larrivee
Condolence: How do you put into words just how special Dave was? Such a thoughtful, gentle, kind, giving, loving man. We feel blessed to have known him. Nothing meant more to Dave than his family, something that was evident in his every word and deed. Donna, we love you.
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Eileen Lathrop
Condolence: Len and I are so sorry to hear of David's passing. He was a loving family man and a true friend to many.
As friends and colleagues, David and I attended Middlesex Community College and practiced our imaging craft throughout the halls of St. Joseph Hospital during the early years. David was always particular in his work and made sure that each and every person he imaged felt like a "partner" not a "patient".
He continued in the field to be a specialist in imaging equipment and I so enjoyed seeing him when he arrived at my facility or presented at a seminar.
David was a "star" at what he did for a living
but never forget that his "heart" was at home with his "loving family". May you rest in peace dear David and know you will forever be remembered by many.
With love and sadness,
Eileen & Len Lathrop
Thursday January 03, 2019
Condolence From: Paul Sconzo
Condolence: Donna & Family,
I had the privilege to work with Dave at KMMI, it was only for a year and a half but he felt like a brother. Such a professional and good friend.
Thursday January 03, 2019
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