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posted Friday, March 8, 2019 - Volume 47 Issue 10
IN MEMORIAM
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IN MEMORIAM

David Dean Deyo
March 9, 1962 - November 28, 2018


David Deyo was born in Ohio on March 9, 1962, where he grew up under the watchful eye of his Grandma Carter. Initially, when he attended Kent State University, his goal was to major in physics. Instead, David graduated from a technical school, where he completed a degree in electronic engineering technology. In 1984, he moved to Atlanta, Georgia and began a long career in technical writing and training.

Developing technical content often required production of associated art, which David produced with guidance and feedback from graphic designers. His design education began long before he ever got the idea to make that a career focus. As he began to embark on his own creative ventures, David turned his experience in computer graphics to producing the different designs necessary for his projects. He created a portfolio of over 200 renderings. In addition, he was a budding photographer with a passion for architectural images and the study of line and form.

To provide outlets for his creativity, David created a banner company named TalisMedia. He also created and operated Chronal House, a web-based startup that offered content and products to people interested in spirituality. Further, he was the writer, producer and host of a web-based television series on spiritual topics called 'The Temporal Reverie.' He most recently worked with a startup, Docker.

David's many interests included music, science fiction, poetry, movies and physics. His unique poetry has been published in various literary magazines. One of his favorite and inspiring books was The Prophet by Khalil Gibran. He was also a big animal lover, especially of dogs. This is always an indication of kindness and compassion.

After he moved to Seattle, through several unfortunate events, he actually ended up homeless and lived in motels. Despite everything, he remained a man of faith throughout the trials he endured. Finally, after much personal effort and never losing hope, David rebounded and was offered a position with Amazon, thus moving to a small house on Capitol Hill and rebuilding his life.

David always remembered his difficult times. With his friends, he worked to feed people living in the streets, gave free haircuts and grooming and warmth through collected hats, socks and blankets on a monthly basis on Capitol Hill.

His church community gave David the gift of inviting him to preach and share his love of The Word.

On October 3, 2018, David married the love of his life, Joshimar Abarca. The wedding date was the third anniversary of the day they met.

David passed away unexpectedly on November 28, 2018. He is survived by his husband, Joshimar, and their dog, Trixie. He was gifted, unique and beloved and will never be forgotten.

A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday, March 9, 2019 at 11am at Prospect Congregational United Church of Christ located at 1919 East Prospect Street, Seattle, WA 98112.

If anyone wishes, please make a donation in his memory to Lifelong. Thank you and God Bless.

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