David Allen Breer, 72, was born in Salina, Kansas during a flood. His mom said he came in bringing “hell and high water”.

He came here in 1969 where he met his high school sweetheart, Terry, and married her. They had 54 glorious years together, raising 2 wonderful children, Tammy and Danny. Tammy brought forth 3 beautiful grandchildren, Stephen, Sabrina and Jessica. Then Sabrina gave him our darling great granddaughter, Haisley, and Jessica gave him his namesake, David. Tammy also brought into his life our wonderful son-in-law, Ronnie, along with our new granddaughter, Destiny, and 2 great grandchildren, Oryan and Jayce.

David started out working with his dad; he learned to be a mechanic. He went from working out of his garage to opening a big shop (Dave’s Auto Repair) with several bays and several employees. A few years after 9/11, he sold that shop and started picking up new 5th wheel campers in Indiana and bringing them back here. He even tangled with a tornado on one trip causing a trailer to flip. He also worked at BluRidge as a truck driver for many years, making many friends. He left trucking and went back to mechanics and opened Dave’s A-1 Auto.

He has so many friends and loved ones that he has taught the joy of life and love, honor and respect, honesty and loyalty.

“Dave, my Darling Sweetheart, you were surely loved and will be missed by all.”

A Visitation will be held at 12:00PM, immediately followed by a Funeral Service will be held at 1:00PM, Tuesday, September 12, 2023, at Shrine of Remembrance “America the Beautiful” Chapel, 1730 East Fountain Boulevard, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80910. A Graveside Service will follow at 2:30PM at Evergreen Cemetery, 1005 Hancock Expressway, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903.

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  1. My dear friend Dave you don’t realize just how much I’m going to miss you and your hugs. You are a very special person to me and there is a reason why you and I crossed paths. The laughter we shared together . Until we meet again. See you later Dave.

  2. My best friend Dave. 48 years ago our paths crossed and it changed our lives for the better. We will miss you. You are a special person and the world has lost a great guy. I remember the days in the garage like they were yesterday. See you later Dave.

  3. Terry and Danny, I am so sorry for the loss of Dave. If I or my dad can do anything for uour family please let us know.

    Sicerly, Todd and Don Cummins.

  4. Dave will be Heavenly missed. You are a wonderful person. You left behind wonderful children, it was great knowing you.

  5. So many memories being next door neighbors on Norwood Ave.
    You were such a good man and treated me as your own son. I will be forever grateful for you accepting me into your family during my toughest times. You always knew how to get us all to laugh and were always a happy person. There are so many to choose from, but the trips to the Pueblo Reservoir in the pontoon boat were some great memories for me. You will be missed.
    My love goes out to my Breer family.
    RIP Dave. I love you.

  6. David, may you rest in eternal peace. Prayers for your family. Ronnie has told me so much about your loving family

  7. Terry and Danny, I am so sorry for the loss of Dave. If I or my dad can do anything for your family please let us know.

    Sincerly, Todd and Don Cummins.

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