David N. Dandino
Palmyra – On November 16, 2020, David unexpectedly passed away at age
66. David was born in Lyons, NY to the late Don and Dorthea Dandino. He was also predeceased by his sister, Diana.
David is survived by his loving wife of 40 years, Brenda Dandino; sons, Nicholas Dandino and Michael (Stephanie) Dandino; grandchildren, Riley, Brycen, and Hayley; niece, Teri Devey; nephew, Joseph Devey; numerous family and friends.
David worked and retired from Crosman Corp after 40 years as the Health and Safety Coordinator. He worked for the Palmyra-Macedon School District as the Building and Grounds Manager. He also worked at the school as a substitute teacher and hall monitor.
David was involved with baseball for 30 plus years, all the way from T-ball to Jr. Varsity at Pal Mac. He was a wrestling coach for Jr. Varsity for 10 years. He organized the first and only Trap League at Pal Mac.
David was a sportsman education instructor for 30 plus years teaching bow/gun hunter and hunter safety. He issued many licenses to future conservationists. He himself was an avid hunter, angler and outdoorsman. He was an avid archer and bow hunter. He taught his sons and grandchildren how to shoot archery. He was the 2009 IBO World Champion for archery. David was an active leader in the cub scouts during the 90s. He enjoyed being at the racetrack with his children and grandchildren. In his early years, he enjoyed partaking in the Demolition Derbys. David enjoyed camping and being outdoors.
He and Brenda most recently had started Dinos Dog Wagon. You could find them serving up great food at Reynolds Auction, Land of Legends Raceway and the Wayne County Fair in Palmyra.
Most importantly, David enjoyed spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren and donating a lot of his time to the community; putting everyone else before himself, especially his wife.
Family and friends may gather for visitation from 5-9 PM Wednesday (December 2) at Murphy Funeral & Cremation Chapels, 1040 Rte. 31, Macedon, NY. (AS PER NYS ALL ARE REQUIRED TO WEAR MASKS AND KEEP A SAFE DISTANCE. IN AN EFFORT TO REMAIN COMPLIANT AND TO HELP VISITORS STAY WELL, WE ASK FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO RESERVE A TIME SLOT TO ATTEND DAVID’S VISITATION, BY CLICKING THE TAB BELOW).
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