David Loe Nicponski

December 20, 1955 ~ August 19, 2020


Aug. 24, 2020
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Larkin Sunset Gardens 1950 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, UT
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    Aug. 25, 2020
    10:00 AM
    Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road, Sandy, UT
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  • David Loe Nicponski passed away peacefully surrounded by his family August 19, 2020, in Murray, Utah, at 64. He was born to Henry Nicponski and Mariel Rose on December 20, 1955 in Salt Lake City, Utah. One of Dave’s biggest mentors, Uncle Bernie, inspired Dave to attend college. He graduated Snow College in 1976 and Westminster in 1980 with a Bachelors in Economic and History. During this time, he was a member of the Salt Lake City Police Department. Upon graduating, he earned a job at Hercules/ATK where he worked in public relations until he retired in 2006.

    During his life he had a highly successful business, David Nicponski & Assoc. where he worked with various organizations as a lobbyist and worked on multiple local/national campaigns. Additionally, he served on the Murray City Council for two terms. David was a man that loved traveling with family, especially cruises, and was an avid gun/coin collector. Most of all he loved his family. Geri was the love of his life.

    Dave was survived by wife Geri. daughters Amie Jo (Josh), Erica (Garett), Samantha (Scot), and Elizabeth, grandchildren Jaydn, Carson, Lyncoln, and Jaxon, mother Mariel, stepmother Vivian, brothers Steven (Nan), Kerry, Jon and sister Becky (Scott). Preceded in death by father Henry Nicponski and uncle Bernie Rose.

    A viewing will be held on Monday, August 24, 2020 from 6-8pm at Larkin Sunset Garden, 1950 East Dimple Dell Road (10600 South), Sandy Utah. Graveside services will be held at 10am on Tuesday morning at Larkin Sunset Gardens Cemetery. Please share a memory of Dave for his family at larkincares.com.


    I am so very sorry to hear of Dave's passing. I met Dave during my time working at Unified Fire Authority. I always made sure to have a spot reserved for him at our board meetings and he was always a pleasure to work with. Although my time with UFA was cut short due to health reasons, Dave reached out through Facebook and I was happy that we could stay in touch. I will always remember his kindness, humor and smile. My sincerest condolences to his family. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to know him.

    - Michelle Roper
    I will always appreciate the great and important work Dave did on behalf of the Humane Society of Utah and animals throughout our state. He carried the torch for the HSU at the capitol and I have immense respect for the way he battled on behalf of those who cannot speak for themselves and cannot protect themselves. He'll always be welcome on the other side of Rainbow Bridge.

    - Carl Arky
    I am so sorry for your loss. I worked for the Humane Society for years and enjoyed seeing Dave around during the stressful legislative season. Although I do not work there anymore, he called me a couple of times (by accident) and it was always good to hear him laugh, even if it was at himself! I will miss him!

    - Carlene Wall
    Dave will be greatly missed on the Hill. He was always so nice to me. He also was very kind and nice to my Father when he was serving in the Senate. Dave was friends with everyone and everyone loved being around him. I am sure that family will miss him greatly. I am sure he and my Father will be standing around and talking about legislative issues and also taking a quick fast stroll to enjoy the view. They both will be loving that. Sending my condolences and gratitude that I was able to know Dave. I am a better person because I knew Dave Nicponski!

    - Candace Daly
    Geri and family our prayers are with you and your family at this time. We loved Dave he was so kind to our family. He will be missed. Love the Rogers Family❤️

    - Kim Rogers
    Mariel,I am sorry to hear about David. He was such a good kid and Cid and I really loved him.We spent so much time with him after the accident and really got to know him.He was a very strong and determined person who made the most out of a tragic situation and I have so much pride in knowing we were part of trying to help him.He was so successful in his life it is absolutely amazing.Please give your family our love. I will always remember baby sitting him! He was a hand full and very determined even then..With Love to all of you. Linda.Cid,Lori and Jamie Sanfelippo 🙏❣️

    - Linda Sanfelippo
    I am so sorry for your sudden loss. Dave was an inspiration to me. He demonstrated to me and every on around him, what can be accomplished, when people look at the positive rather than the negative aspects of any situation. He accomplished so much in life, overcoming tremendous obstacles. I am fortunate to have known him!!! Sincerely, Dewey A. Reagan

    - Dewey Reagan
    There are no words sufficient to express my sadness at the passing of Dave. It was and always will be a major shock. I loved this man. He has been an ever present friend and confidant. Geri, I know there are no words that will provide comfort. Dave loved you and your children. And that love extends through eternity.

    Dave, I just heard of your passing and I miss you already. I will miss the days sitting and talking with you. I will miss the days going door-to-door when you wanted to serve your community in the Murray City Council. I will miss the times that I can call and talk to you. You conquered this life, my friend. Till we meet again, Rodney Mather

    - Rodney Mather
    Sad to hear that Dave passed away. true Warrior in this life, a great Cop! Please accept our sincere condolences on this sad day in our lives! I worked as Dave’ s supervisor in the Slcpd narcotics unit! Light up the heavens a true warrior has completed his mission with HONOR. Retired SLCPD LT.- Maurice Brophy&Family

    - Maurice Brophy
    Geri & Family, Sorry for the loss of Dave. He was a person I admired and enjoyed visiting and consulting with. The frequent visits I had at your home were uplifting and enjoyable. I send you my and Cindy's condolences. Wish your family the best.

    - Verlin Smith
    Geri and family, sorry of the passing of Dave. He was a friend and a outstanding individual, well respected by everyone. May our prayers and condolences be with you.

    - Mike Dmitrich
    Geri and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dave’s passing. He has been a friend and a mentor to me since 2002 when I was on City Council. He assisted with so many wonderful projects for Taylorsville and his legacy will live on in our City for many years. Condolences to you in your time of sorrow. Soon the fond memories will replace your grief. Love, Russ and Sharon Wall

    - Russ Wall
    So sorry to hear of David's passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Bob and Susan Roylance

    - Bob and Susan Roylance
    RIP my friend!

    - Laurie Argyle
    Geri, we are so very sorry for Dave’s passing. He was a great man who served Murray well. Kind & generous. We will miss him. Hugs & prayers for your family.

    - Tom & Ruth Palmer
    Dear Geri and family, It was my great pleasure to work with Dave for 4 years at the Murray City Council. I always admired his calm collective approach and his humor was something wonderful! May you find comfort in this time of loss. With sympathy, Pattie

    - Pattie Johnson