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Sharon C Sells / David J Pfahler

1 Allentown, PA, United States Review updated:

DAVID J PFAHLER IS A DISGRACE TO AMERICA, HE SHOULD NEVER AGAIN BE ALLOWED TO WORK FOR READERS DIGEST, I WILL SEND THIS ARTICLE AROUND THE WORLD WIDE WEB AND LET THE AMERICAN PEOPLE KNOW JUST WHAT A DISGRACE HE IS (ARTICLE ON COURTTV) ABOUT HIM SUING A LITTLE 8 YEAR OLD BOY FOR RUNNING INTO HIM AT THE SKI SLOPES ON VAIL, COLORADO AND HURTING HIS SHOULDER ,, THIS MAN IS 60 YEARS OLD AND HE MAKES ME SICK TO MY STOMACH, I WILL NEVER STOP SENDING THIS ARTICLE AND IF HE IS ALLOWED TO KEEP HIS JOB I WILL NEVER RENEW MY SUBSCRIPTION AGAIN......

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  • Sh
      23rd of Dec, 2007
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    DAVID J PFAHLER IS A DISGRACE AND SHOULD NEVER AGAIN WORK FOR READERS DIGEST, I WILL TELL EVERYONE ABOUT HIM SUING A LITTLE 8 YEAR OLD BOY FOR RUNNING INTO HIM ON THE SKI SLOPES IN VAIL, COLORADO... THIS MAN NEEDS TO GROW UP, HE IS A DISGRACE TO AMERICA.

  • Ic
      24th of Dec, 2007
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    What an ###. David Pfahler deserves nothing more than to rot in the gutters of our nation. If a sixty year old man wishes to go skiing, he should at least have enough intelligence to know that with every dangerous sport comes the possibility of injury. Regardless if eight year old Scott Swimm really is to blame for the incident, Pfahler should've had enough common sense to not be out on the slopes if a little child tapping his boots poses a serious threat. On a lighter note, hopefully this man loses all his friends and job, but at least aquires enough man juice to accept a sincere apology from an eight year old.

  • Mi
      24th of Dec, 2007
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    It was either sue the 8 year old boy or the snow. What next in the world?

  • Ch
      27th of Dec, 2007
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    I don't have a subscription to Reader's Digest, but I will tell everyone I know who does to cancel their subscription. This man and his wife both disgust me and are totally ridiculous, and as such are diserving of ridicule. Let all of us, as Americans, take a stand and turn them into pariahs. Also, his lawyer, who is in colorado is a disgrace to all us fellow coloradans. It is time that we took a stand against this type of behavior, because it is destroying American society. Let's all join together and get this slimeball fired and run out of town.

  • La
      27th of Dec, 2007
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    Did I get the $1500 and they where wonder to me.

  • Ma
      19th of Feb, 2009
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    I guess I would have to agree. I wonder if anyone besides myself knows that he was a basketball star at central catholic high in Allentown and went on to play at st. joe's in philly with Matt Goukas?

  • Ma
      17th of Apr, 2009
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    David J. Pfahler did not work for Reader's Digest...according to Readers Digest. Please provide a bit of evidence that we can grab onto.

  • Wo
      9th of May, 2009
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    He wasn't so injured he couldn't grab Scott's legs and pull him down - or, is that how he hurt his shoulder????

  • Ha
      9th of Sep, 2012
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    Hahah he died

  • Sk
      2nd of Oct, 2012
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    Obituary http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/mcall/obituary.aspx?pid=158286738#fbLoggedOut

  • Sk
      2nd of Oct, 2012
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    David J. Pfahler
    David J. Pfahler, 65, of Allentown, passed away in his home on Wednesday, June 27, 2012. Dave was the husband of Marlene Ambrogio and they would have celebrated their 42nd anniversary this coming August. Born in Allentown, Dave was a son of the late Arnold J. and Veronica T. (Fuisz) Pfahler. Dave graduated from Our Lady Help of Christians grade school where he led his CYO team to an undefeated 35-0 season and captured the Mid-Atlantic States Championship. He then attended Allentown Central Catholic High School where he was the first Viking to surpass the 1000 career point mark, and at one time held the leading scorer title. He helped the team to the PCIAA State Championship and the East Penn League Championship. He was awarded two All-State Awards in 1965. Dave then attended St. Josephs University in Philadelphia graduating in 1969 with a BA in Marketing. While at St. Josephs he was a Varsity Letterman, and was on the MAC Championship and Big Five Championship teams. He did his post graduate studies at Alvernia College. His career began as a Teacher and Head Basketball coach at Reading Central Catholic High School from 1969-73, then in the same capacity at Allentown Central Catholic High School from 1973-77. He worked as a supervisor for Mack Trucks Inc in Allentown from 1977-82. Changing fields Dave worked for Readers Digest/QSP as a Field Sales Manager from 1983-2011. While at Readers Digest he received numerous awards in the field of school and organizational fundraising. He was the 1988 National Field Manager of the Year, was a member of the Presidents Club, and received the Lighthouse Awards. In 1979 Dave received the CCHS Basketball Hall of Fame Award; in 1982 the Lehigh Valley Basketball Hall of Fame Award; and in 1993 was inducted into the CCHS Rockne Hall Wall of Fame. Dave was an avid golfer at Moselem Springs Golf Club, he enjoyed gardening, traveling, and skiing. He was a member of the Allentown Jaycees for 14 years. Survivors: Surviving with his wife Marlene are brothers, Michael J. and his wife Leslie of Las Vegas, NV, and Joseph D. and his wife Margaret of Fredericksburg, VA; sisters, Mary Ann Esch of Telford, and Ann wife of Scott Grim of Allentown. Dave is also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services: Services will be on Tuesday, July 3, 2012 at 12 noon in the ODonnell Funeral Home, 908 Hanover Ave., Allentown. A gathering of family and friends will be on Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 12 noon.
    Published in Morning Call from June 30 to July 1, 2012

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