David Pinder Service

 Please see below from the BOC website. David Pinder passed away on 12/4/15.
 
It is with great sadness I inform you of the shocking and untimely passing of our good friend and  BOC club director David Pinder.
During his five years as the director of the Bromley Outing Club, Dave’s sole mission was to see this club realize its greatest potential. His dedication to the BOC and his love of the sport were evident to anyone who knew Dave. His leadership, his humor and his laugh will be sorely missed.

Bromley Outing Club Website

Memorial Service for David Pinder 2/1/1959
Please join us at Bromley this coming Saturday, December 12, as we honor our memories of our good friend and program director, Dave Pinder.

Dave’s wife, Lindsey Tuttle Pinder, would very much like to have a group ski from the summit at 3:00, open to anybody who would like to join in this remembrance. Loading the lift by 2:45 at the latest is recommended. Bromley Mountain has graciously waived the need for a lift ticket for participants.

Following the ski, Pastor Margaret of the Peru Congregational Church, will offer a few words. After that everyone is welcome to adjourn to the Wild Boar which will be opened for this occasion.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Mia Pinder Trust Fund, PO Box 775 Manchester Center, VT 05255

DAVE PINDER OBITUARY

On Friday, December 4, 2015, Dave
(John David) Pinder unexpectedly left
this Earth. A devoted husband, terrific
father, and much loved member of his
community, Dave was born in Lachine,
Quebec on February 1, 1959. He was
the son of John Alan Pinder (deceased)
and Cecile Pinder-Schneider currently
of Londonderry, NH.

Dave grew up in Londonderry, NH
where he developed his love of all
sports and his lifelong passion for
skiing. He attended Trinity High School
in Manchester, NH and graduated from
the White Mountain School in
Bethlehem, NH in 1977. Dave followed
his love of skiing, especially racing, to
Colorado where he attended the
University of Denver. He later moved to
Vail where he met the love of his life,
Lindsey Tuttle. They returned to New
England and were married in 1986.
Dave and Lindsey were blessed in May,
1991 by the addition of their daughter,
Mia, who immediately became the joy
and light of Dave's life.

Dave's belief in living life to its fullest
not only contributed to his love of
sports but also to his strong work ethic.
He held a variety of positions in both the
ski and hospitality industries in New
Hampshire and Vermont. Eventually,
he and Lindsey settled in Manchester,
Vermont where they owned and
operated the Bromley Market. In 2010,
Dave accepted the position of Director
of the Bromley Outing Club. This job
became the third love of his life. There,
he was able to combine his passion for
skiing with his commitment to
community and interest in mentoring
young people.

Dave touched many lives with his
outgoing personality, quick wit, and
positive attitude. He will be greatly
missed by many friends and family
members, including: Lindsey's Mom,
Cornelia ("Bubsy"), of Manchester
Center, VT; Lindsey's brothers, Bart and
Buck, respectively of Sharon and
Dorset, VT; his sister, Susan Pinder, of
Jacksonville, VT; his mother, Cecile
Schneider; his daughter, Mia Pinder, and
loving wife, Lindsey Tuttle-Pinder, of
Manchester Center, VT; and his
sidekick, Duke.

A Celebration of Dave's life will take
place on December 12 at the Bromley
Main Base Lodge, beginning at 3:30 PM.
It will include an informal service led by
Pastor Margaret of the Peru
Congregational Church.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be
made to the Mia Pinder Trust Fund, P O
Box 775, Manchester Center, VT 05255.