In loving memory of

David Harlow Brink
May 5, 1934 - January 1, 2020

David Harlow Brink, age 85, the son of Charles P. and Orba L. (Harris) Brink, was born May 5, 1934 in Kearney, Nebraska. He passed away January 1, 2020 in Omaha, Nebraska.
David is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Jacqueline Brink; children: Charlie Brink (Danette), Brian Brink, Dayne Brink, Jennifer Bressman (David); twin sister, Donna Reid (Don) of Australia; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; other relatives and many friends.
Beloved Husband, Father, Grandfather, Teacher, Coach. David loved spending time on his acreage with his John Deere tractor and his dog "Sue". He took great joy influencing athletes as a football and track coach.
Celebration of Life Services will be 11am, Saturday, January 25, 2020 at Forest Lawn Funeral Home. Burial at Forest Lawn Cemetery.

Tributes

Scott Koch wrote on Jan 20, 2020:

"I have lots of great memories of Dave. He was a real friend and was always there when you needed him!! Not only was he kind & considerate but he also had a great sense of humor. Dave will be missed but we have lots of great memories -- Scott Koch"

Randy Peck wrote on Jan 15, 2020:

"So sorry to hear of Dave?s Passing. I taught with Dave my first year as an Industrial Arts teacher at Millard Jr High in 1972. I have so many great memories! Dave helped me get a summer job as assistant manager at Hitchcock swimming pool . My deepest sympathy! Randy Peck"

John Nattermann wrote on Jan 13, 2020:

"Dave was the best! Great memories of our time spent together at CJH and Cryer Avenue Swimming Pool. RIP my friend. John Nattermann "

Thomas Sawyer wrote on Jan 12, 2020:

"Many great memories of teaching with Dave at MCJH. Terry Eicher and I visited him a few years ago and we had a ton of laughs that afternoon. Dave is legendary and an absolute classic. Thomas Sawyer"

larry Argersinger wrote on Jan 12, 2020:

"Dave was a huge influence on my life, and because of him I became a teacher and a coach. I have wonderful memories of Dave and his influence on young people, he will be deeply missed. Larry Argersinger"

Tara Wilson wrote on Jan 12, 2020:

"My Heart is very Sad hearing about Dave. I remember him coming over to my Papa's house (Ike Eisenhauer) and we would go out to breakfast during the summers. He was a great guy and a great friend to my Papa. He always told me he was my uncle so I always called him Uncle Dave. I know he was heartbroken when Papa passed so I am glad they are together again. I sure will miss you. Much love Tara Wilson Paul and Joyce Eisenhauer granddaughter. "