David Hemenway Death, Obituary – The passing of our beloved friend David Hemenway at 4:50 o’clock this afternoon is a matter that we must disclose with a great deal of sorrow. After that, he enlisted in the Air Force of the United States. David spent a significant portion of his career in the shipping and receiving departments of Honeywell Company and Bard.
Dave looked forward to his annual holidays with Barbara, which typically consisted of skiing at Loon Mountain and going to the beach in Maine. Picnics on the Fourth of July at Mary’s house were one of his favorite things to do. He had a good time at the family get-together as well as the Natick Fourth of July Parade on his horse, Goldrush, with his friend Rex Trailer.
David was well liked by the critters, and he, in turn, was fond of his two cats. He took particular pleasure in staying in and watching movies, making repairs around the house, and putting finishing touches on Jan’s cottage. David’s favorite things to do were spend time on the boat, at the lake, and in his truck.
David’s presence was always peaceful and unassuming, which made him a joy to be around and a fantastic friend to have. David is survived by the woman he has loved for the past 32 years, Barbara Edie; two sons, Kirk Hemenway and his wife, Amy, and David “Lee” Hemenway and his girlfriend, Magan; his grandsons, Steven, Adam, and Benjamin; his brother, William “Billy” Snow; his sister, Karen Ames; and his cousin, Mary Greenwood, who raised him and was very special to him. David is also survived by his grandsons, Steven, Adam, and Benjamin.