Gregory "Greg" Joseph David

February 6th, 1961August 12th, 2021

Greg David passed away unexpectedly the morning of 8/12/21 due to complications from RA. He battled through debilitating pain for a long time to stay with his grief stricken wife of 29 years, Teresa Hutson and their beloved cat, Neo. Greg was happiest when his “two girls”, Teresa and Neo, were with him.

Greg is also survived by his two sisters and brother, Angie Twist, Joan Oldfield, John David, and two nephews Matthew and Connor Twist, who adored their uncle.

Prior to being diagnosed with RA, Greg loved to drag race at Bandimere Speedway, where he met Teresa. He loved to work on restoring his 69 ½ Superbee, talking and hanging out with his friends and his family, and watching the Boston Bruins play hockey.

Greg had a huge heart and was always willing to help in any way he possibly could. A simple phone call to check in on him would end in 45 minutes of hysterical laughter. He was incredibly humble, opinionated, very intelligent and fiercely protective of those he loved. 

He is greatly loved by his friends and family and will be missed more than words can say.








I'm going to miss my friend of 40+ years, Greg David. We shared many great times together, particularly in the 1980's when we were both in our 20's working on cars, chasing the nightlife up at the Rock Inn in Estes Park to Bangles down in Glendale. We also worked hard at our shared employment with CMS at various commercial buildings in the downtown Boulder area. We first met in 1982 at Belting Industries where Greg was the new guy, and approached me after seeing me drive up in my Plymouth Barracuda. Anyone that knows Greg, knows of his love of everything Mopar (Dodge, Plymouth, Chrysler). We shared many, many hours working on our cars, myself learning everything I could from him. We were like brothers to each other, as our relationships with our "real" brothers were not as we both had hoped they would be. Never forget you brother !! Bill O'Leary