Airman found dead

Erin Zagursky
Kaiserslautern American

***image1***Airman 1st Class David G. Intihar, 735th Communications Squadron, was found dead in his Landstuhl residence March 30 at approximately 9:58 p.m.

The cause of his death is currently under investigation.
A memorial service for the Airman was held
9 a.m. Tuesday at the Ramstein Northside Chapel.

Lt. Col. Lance Spencer, 735th CS commander, delivered the service’s eulogy, focusing on the life and influence of the Airman.

Airman Inithar and his wife moved to Ramstein from Osan Air Base, Korea, in January.

Although only part of the squadron for a few months, he was actively involved in his job, had made friends with whom he enjoyed on-line gaming, and helped and encouraged his fellow Airmen in their fitness routines.

“He was part of the team,” said Colonel Spencer. “He was really out there and involved, being a part of things and contributing.”

Chaplain (Maj.) David Fitz-Patrick, 435th Air Base Wing head Catholic priest, delivered the service’s homily.

Approximately, 150 Airmen, including Col. Bob Otto, 435th ABW vice commander, were part of the crowd of friends and coworkers in attendance.