October 23, 1968 ~ January 28, 2022

Born in: New Haven, CT
Resided in: West Haven, CT

David Dymarcik, II, age 53, unexpectedly passed away at his home in West Haven on January 28, 2022. He was born October 23, 1968 to Patricia and David Dymarcik. The beloved son, father, brother, and friend was predeceased by his father in 2005. He is survived by his mother Patricia, son David III, siblings Alexandra and James Mitchell, and closest confidant Joseph Murphy. He will be dearly missed.
Funeral Service will be held at Church of the Holy Spirit, 28 Church St., West Haven on February 12th at 1:00 p.m. Please join his family in celebrating his life afterwards. Arrangements in care of Beecher & Bennett Funeral Home, Hamden.

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Funeral Service: February 12, 2022 1:00 pm

Church of the Holy Spirit
28 Church Street
West Haven, CT 06516


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  1. Whenever my family or the church needed you, you were there without reservation or complaint.
    Thank you. Rest easy, sir.

  2. Dave you were my best friend a big brother though you were younger than me. You taught me so much and were always there for me no matter what thru thick and thin. You were definitely King Of the Road. Love you miss you. RIP Big guy.

  3. Dave
    So many memories. Of both you and me. Your family all the friends of our youth. Truly gone too soon. White light of strength and healing to your family. May your soul fit and be at rest. ❤️

  4. Dave
    I’m sorry to hear of your passing
    I met you in high school in home room
    I did not know that meeting you and your family would change my life
    Those were great times on Jones street
    I am grateful that I knew you and family
    Thank you

  5. Dear Aunt Pat, I am so sorry to hear of Davids passing. I hope you can find a way to get through all this and please know that I love you. Whenever I think about David I go back to a river from a long time ago in a place I know existed, but have no idea where. Somehow everyone was at a campground, next to a river, with a canoe availiable. I remember David and I heading off, downriver, to seek our fortunes in the new lands we would soon discover…or at least make it home for dinner. I have a vague notion that we did not make it home in the allotted time and there were at least two concerned and angry Moms involved. More clearly, I remember the pure joy and happiness we felt that day, and for me, that lasts forever

  6. Dear Aunt Pat, I am very sorry to hear of Davids passing. I hope you can find a way through this and please know that I love you. Whenever I think of David I go back to when we were kids and somewhere where there was a really cool river and a canoe available. We took off downstream to seek our fortunes in the new and mysterious lands we were to explore…or at least as far as we could get before we were late for dinner. I have a vague notion that we were indeed late and there were two worried and angry Moms involved. More clearly, I remember the joy and happiness that I know we both felt that day. Thats the memory I will keep holding on to

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