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David Paul Byers

Private memorial services are planned for David Paul Byers, who died July 21, 2006, at his home in South Lake Tahoe.

David was born Feb. 27, 1954, in Chicago, and was a 15-year resident of South Lake Tahoe. He enjoyed motorcycles, martial arts, tinkering and woodworking.

He is survived by his wife, Marcia Byers of South Lake Tahoe; sister and brother-in-law, Susan and Randy Tamburino of Santa Clarita, Calif.; sister, Jamie Hammond of Los Angeles, Calif.; sons and daughters-in-law, Erick and Nichole Byers of Lancaster, Calif., and Andrew and Stephanie Millard of Atlanta; son, William S. Tomson of Temple, Texas; daughter and son-in-law, Sheila and David Kennedy of South Lake Tahoe; grandsons, Erick Byers Jr., Jarod Byers and Joshua Byers, all of South Lake Tahoe, Cody Tomson, William Tomson and Gabriel Tomson, all of Temple, Texas, and A.J. Millard of Georgia; granddaughters, Carrisa Byers of Lancaster, Kristina Tomson, Allison Kennedy, Michelle Kennedy and Cassandra Tomson, all of South Lake Tahoe, and Daisy Morales and Jessica Tomson, of Boise, Idaho; brother-in-law and sister-in-law, Raul and Connie Bittner of Eugene, Ore.; nephews, Todd Hammond and Dante Hammond of Los Angeles; nieces, Danielle Hammond and Susan Michelle Hammond of Los Angeles; cousins, Joe, Paul and Allen Costello; aunt, Libby Costello; and many relatives back East.



He was predeceased by his mother, Marie McFarland; grandmother, Lucille Lapidis; grandfather, David Lapidis; uncle, Harry Lapidis; and brother-in-law, Peter Bittner.


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