Another well known, funny and a good guy passed away. I knew Dave since 7th grade at Mitchell.
David Michael Dacy, 58, of Rancho Cordova, CA, passed away Monday, April 4th after an 8-year battle with Alzheimer’s. David was born in Chico, CA on October 16, 1957 to Michael and Kay Dacy. David graduated from Cordova High School of Rancho Cordova in 1975. He married Dawn Elizabeth Burnett on April 18, 1981. David took great pride in his work at Home Depot, Target Corporation, and his own construction business. In his spare time, David loved playing softball, camping, hunting, trips to Idaho, and doted on his four-legged children, Abby Normal and Charlie Brown. He loved living by the river and taking his dogs on long walks. David was a true outdoorsman. David’s father, Michael William Dacy, whom he loved very much, predeceased him in January 2000. David is survived by his loving wife, Dawn Dacy of Rancho Cordova, mother, Kay Dacy and brothers Kevin (Patty), John (Randee), Bob (Beth) and numerous nephews, nieces, great nephews and great nieces. David’s greatest achievements in life was adoring his loving wife Dawn, being an awesome big brother and son, being a fun and crazy uncle, being a constant friend, and his incredible smile that could light up a room. David loved life and always rolled with whatever came his way. Our family is grateful for the love, support and care given by so many, especially during the last few years. A celebration of Dave’s life will be April 22 at 1:00 PM at the Mather Sports Complex, 3755 Schriever Ave, Mather, CA 95655. We will celebrate David’s life, have a meal, and hit some balls out in the ball park. Dress casual with your baseball attire (preferably SF Giants), and bring your bats and baseball gloves. In lieu of flowers, Dawn asks you to consider making a donation to the UCSF Aging and Memory Center, Aphasia Group.
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