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Submitted by family–
Dave Crum passed away on February 9, 2023. Dave and his family lived in Citrus Heights for the last 25 years.

Dave Crum

He is survived by his wife, Lana Crum, and 6 kids — Patty Urata, Deana Crum and Carlee Crum, Danny Tinney, Anna Tinney and Norma Tinney, as well as 13 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren.

Dave lived most of his adult life in the San Jose area and moved to Citrus Heights in 1998. He sold automotive parts for years until he found “Junk,” then he opened the GARAGE SALE Store in 2004. Although the store only stayed open for 2 years, his love of junk lived on. He was best known for his massive Garage Sales.

Dave knew no strangers, everyone that knew him loved him. He was a character like no other. He will be missed by many.

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