Memorial Book for David Bronstein

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  1. Sincere condolences to David’s family. I am an RBC Capital Markets employee from The Bahamas. Death will never be easy for those of us left behind. However, we find some comfort in the many fond memories of the time spent with our loved ones over the years. May you be comforted by those memories. May David rest well.

  2. Dave
    You Were The Best’ “Goodnight Sweet Prince And Flights Of Angels Sing Thee To Thy Rest”
    By The Way You Still Owe Me Lunch AT Dock Fords

  3. To the Bronstein family. I have known David for 8 years. He was always kind and supportive as we built our fund business. He was very connected to his heritage and we enjoyed chatting about non work stuff. He was a very special person – a mensch. I wish you long life. May his neshama have an aliya.

  4. Dave, you were always a kind, thoughtful caring friend, colleague and mentor. My sincerest condolences. I will always remember his approach to things and his love for his family and the Mets. Gone way too soon. Love you Dave


  6. David was one of the kindest, gentlest persons I have had the good fortune to be related to through our mutual aunt and uncle. Having David and his family in my life made me a far better person. I will be forever grateful for David and his family in my life. Rest In Peace, my dear cousin and friend.

  7. David was a sincere and lovely man and very welcoming when my family moved to Lakeville, Great Neck.
    Sincere condolences to his wife Lorreta and lovely children.

    Deepest condolences to his wife Loretta and lovely children.

  8. Just heard of this very sad news. So sorry for your loss. May David’s memory be for a blessing.
    Sincere condolences to the family. From the Charlop’s on Pembroke Ave.

  9. My sincere condolences to Dave’s family in this time of grief. Gone too soon.

    When I relocated to New York Dave was a great support to me in good times and bad. A true gentlemen always willing to help and add his support.

    I’ll miss meeting up with you at the P.

    So sorry I can’t be there today.

    Death leaves a heartache no one can heal; love leaves a memory no one can steal. Until we meet again may god hold you in the palm of your hand.

  10. Our deepest heartfelt condolences to Loretta, Juliet and Daniel – Dave was a very wonderful person who was loved by all. His kindness, compassion and humor was a gift to all of us. He enjoyed spending time with his family Loved his family beyond words. And what a gorgeous head of hair.!! There’s a new angel in heaven. You will be missed

  11. Dave was a great friend since I first met him. Wether eating lunch in his office or going out for cigars on Friday or bring forced to play golf because I grew up in Bethpage it was always nice being around him. When we only saw each other now and then as the years went by it felt like we still saw each other every day. I always knew he was there. I will miss him. I pray for comfort and peace for his family

  12. I was so sad to learn of Dave’s sudden passing. I worked with Dave at RBC many moons ago, and was always quite fond of him. He and I enjoyed many political conversations particularly when I ran for State House as a Republican on the lower east side. I just loved our fun conversations and his great insight.

    I hope you can find comfort in the coming weeks knowing that Dave was loved by so many. He was an amazing person who greeted everyone with a smile and a friendly hello. I will miss him terribly.

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