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David Carl Erdos

Respected attorney, devoted to family and friends

David Erdos. (Courtesy photo)

David Carl Erdos, of Harvard, died surrounded by his family on Aug. 16, 2022, following a courageous battle with NUT-carcinoma. David departed as elegantly and peacefully as he lived.

Born in 1944 in Brooklyn, New York, David was the second son of the late Gene and Miriam (Anshine) Erdos, New York City educators who instilled the value of education in their sons. David attended Midwood High School in Brooklyn, where he met treasured lifelong friends with whom he shared memorable adventures. Brooklyn fostered David’s love of New York sports, from the Brooklyn Dodgers to the Yankees and the New York Giants and Knicks. Broadway visits fueled his enjoyment of theater and show tunes. Cherished time spent with his young nephew, Jason, and niece, Jillian, always ensured laughter and fun. In honor of his parents and with a dear friend, David helped establish a children’s library in Honduras that thrives today.

David graduated from Brooklyn College and received his M.B.A. from Columbia Business School. After graduating, David joined the Exxon Corporation in finance. While employed by Exxon, David attended St. John’s Law School. After receiving his law degree, he was appointed counsel for Exxon Office Systems.

Declining relocation to Exxon’s Texas headquarters, David opened his own law office in Stamford, Connecticut, where he recently practiced. Admitted to the bars of Connecticut, New York, Florida, and the U.S. Supreme Court, David was highly regarded as a preeminent attorney, trusted colleague and mentor, and respected adversary. He brought a tireless work ethic, civility, integrity, keen intellect, empathy, and practicality to each matter and client.

David met his future wife and fellow attorney, Pamela (Hasenstein), at a real estate closing in Connecticut. They married in 1994. Following the birth of their children, Emily and Katie, the family relocated from Greenwich, Connecticut, to Harvard in 2003. In Harvard, David delighted in the pleasures of rural life, especially time spent outdoors on his tractor.

Throughout his life, he enjoyed traveling and golf reunions with friends and family, telling “Dad” jokes, gifting Yankees championship memorabilia to his Red Sox in-law family and always, a good piece of chocolate cake.

Nothing gave David more joy than his beloved daughters, whom he supported wholeheartedly in all their dreams and endeavors, in addition to imparting the value of education that his parents had instilled in him. His love for and pride in them was immeasurable and is everlasting.

Besides his immediate family, David leaves his brother, Dr. Michael (Caryl) Erdos; nephews and nieces Jason (Kiyomi) Erdos, Jillian (Joseph Lipchitz) Erdos, Alexander Erdos, Elleree Erdos, and their children; and many cousins, friends, colleagues, and clients.

David will be remembered as a true gentleman, beloved husband and father, devoted son and son-in-law, faithful brother, uncle, and cousin, gifted attorney, thoughtful advocate, and a fiercely loyal and generous friend who brought kindness and humor to all who knew him.

The family especially thanks the Harvard Ambulance Service for their compassionate support.

A celebration of David’s life will take place on Sunday, Oct. 16, at 12:30 p.m. in Harvard. Acton Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Burial will be private. Remembrances in David’s honor may be made to the Town of Harvard Ambulance Service, 40 Ayer Road, Harvard MA 01451 or to the Cancer Research & Treatment Fund, Inc., 500 East 77th Street, Suite 1001, New York, NY 10162.



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