David Grey Collins

Born: Wed., Dec. 4, 1985
Died: Fri., Nov. 23, 2012


Graveside Service

10:00 AM Sat., Dec. 01, 2012


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WESTBOROUGH- David Grey Collins, 26, of Grafton, formerly of Westborough, passed away unexpectedly on Friday, November 23, 2012 in Grafton. He was the husband of Cassandra L. Furbish.

Born on December 4, 1985, in Ft. Worth, TX, he is the son of David L. Collins, Jr., of Millbury and Janet Grey Collins of Westborough.

David was a graduate of Westborough High School and was currently a consultant in the computer field.

He loved music, fashion, movies and animals, especially his cat Howie.

A graveside funeral service will be held on Saturday, December 1, at 10:00 A.M. in the Pine Grove Cemetery, South St., Westborough. There are no calling hours.

In lieu of flowers, donations in his memory may be made to the MSPCA or to an animal shelter of one’s choice.



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Kelly Hinds
   Posted Tue November 27, 2012
To Dave''s family and friends, I am truly sorry to hear about his passing. I went to Westborough schools with David and always thought he was a great person. My prayers are with you.

Chris MacKenzie
   Posted Tue November 27, 2012
Dear Cassie:

All of the MacKenzie, Cole/Ouellette, & Johnson families send condolences to you, your family, & the Collins family...we were sickened to hear of David's passing at such a young age...we hold you in our hearts and are thankful that David is safe evermore in the arms of the Lord.

I know you liked this so I guess it bears repeating:

There is a place where pain is no more....the only thing missing is the ones you adore....their lives MUST go on or the love you shared dies...walk in the sun,Cassie,even though your heart cries....

We cry with you & are here for you....just around the corner little cousin.

luv & blessin's, "Auntie Chris"





Alicia Ainsleigh
   Posted Fri November 30, 2012
Dear David and Janet Collins,
I''''m so sorry for your loss. Its never fair when a child is lost at such a young age. David will never be forgotten. I''''ll never forget our years growing up together. Becoming young adults. David and I were both chosen children which is a blessing in itself, and that made us have a special connection. my prayers are with you.
To Cassie,
Keep your head up because David will always be with you. Your not alone. Its not easy losing the person we love most in the world. Just remember all the good times, and the way things were. Not what has happend. In the end we will all reunite with the loved ones we have lost. Until then we will live on with our memories.
God Bless
To David Jr,
You were once the best friend I had in the world. Life would have never been the same with out our childhood we shared. I''''ll never forget our stories, games, dreams, and friendship. Unfortunatly we drifted apart like some people do over time. I regret that. Until we meet agiain Rest In Peace David you will never be forgotten. You were a one and only.
From Alicia Ainsleigh with LOVE

Kim Barton
   Posted Sat December 01, 2012
The Barton family holds David''s loved ones in our hearts and prays for peace in your families. David is remembered fondly. He was in Boy Scouts with my sons and I remember him at the school I worked at. It breaks my heart that he was so sad and couldn''t reach out. He had many challenges but he had many that loved him for who he was. To all his friends, I wish you peace and remember this young man and keep striving forward in your lives, to make the world a better place.

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