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David Anthony Krzeminski
April 18, 1967 ~ November 20, 2023 (age 56) 56 Years Old
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David “Dave” Anthony Krzeminski, 56, passed away peacefully from kidney failure complications on Monday, November 20, 2023, in New Haven, CT, surrounded by his loving wife and two devoted daughters.
Dave was born on April 18, 1967, to Butch and Margaret Rosini Krzeminski in New Haven, CT. He grew up in West Haven, Connecticut and attended West Haven High School. Early in life, Dave met Amy Drake Krzeminski, his wife of 25 years and partner of 35 years. After graduation he worked in construction and landscaping until his retirement in the early 2000’s, when he became a stay-at-home, super dad to his two daughters.
Dave will be greatly missed by his wife, Amy, his daughters, Taylor and Maya, and his dogs, Chewy and Leila. He is also survived by his parents, Butch and Margaret Krzeminski, and siblings, Cherylann Natale and Paul Krzeminski.
Dave’s biggest accomplishments in life were his wife and daughters. From kindergarten until their high school graduations, he drove his two daughters to and from school, chaperoned their field trips, brought them to extracurricular activities, helped them with their homework and attended all of their karate showcases, dance recitals and theater performances. He was an advocate for education and pushed his daughters to go to college, who have both graduated and now live and work in New York City. He will be remembered by them for his enormous generosity, endless love, kindness, and selflessness.
From his work experiences, Dave was a handyman through and through. He could fix anything and took careful care of the home. He loved gardening, landscaping, and feeding the birds and other animals that visited the home. Dave was also a huge sports fan - especially of baseball and football - and got to attend one last Yankees game just a few months before his passing with his daughters.
Dave was incredibly brave as he battled kidney failure over the last several years, but remained hopeful, funny and strong until the very end. He had strong values and believed that everyone should be treated with kindness, dignity, and respect. In his memory, we will continue to advocate for the better world he would have hoped to have seen.
Visitation will be held on Sunday, December 3rd from 3-6pm at the West Haven Funeral Home at the Green. Interment will be private.