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David Lister Silver and Turquoise Bracelet

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David Lister Silver and Turquoise Bracelet

This is a new bracelet made circa 2000.

David Lister was the son of noted Navajo silversmith, Ernie Lister. David passed on barely more than a child.

His father Ernie Lister is a master silversmith.

The turquoise is attributed to the #8 turquoise mine.

Coin Silver

The bracelet is 3/4" wide

It will fit a 6" to a 6 1/2" wrist.

There are 31 square cut natural Robbins Egg Blue turquoise gems. The beautiful blue color of the turquoise, plus the gold tone of the matrix, leads me to attribute the turquoise to the #8 Mine.

Entirely suitable to be worn for most any occasion.

David Edward Lister, born April 16, 1988 in Gallup, New Mexico, died July 16, 2005 in Tucson, Arizona. He is survived by: parents, Ernie and Sandra Lister of Prescott, Arizona, his older brother and friend, Jon-Michael, with whom he loved to cruise and shoot guns, his sister and friend, Taylor (David endeared her as, "My Little Medicine Girl."), with whom he loved to make movies, play piano and dance with. David dreamed of completing his high school education wishing to graduate with his class of 2006. His college aspiration was to earn degrees from the Santa Fe Indian Art Institute and the Chicago Art Institute. While attending Kestrel High School, David was diagnosed with ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia). This past year, David battled his illness courageously; attending school, raising awareness among Native Americans regarding the need for bone marrow donors (People Magazine, May 23, 2005), fund raising for "Pennies for Patients," and studying overtime for his AIMS test. Then, on June 29, 2005, he received a double cord transplant at the University Medical Center. David loved to laugh. Playing practical jokes on his mom was his idea of a perfect day. His sports activities included football, paintball and bike riding/jumping. Besides his finely detailed pencil and ink sketches, David wood carved, sculpted, tattooed himself and friends and won awards for his silversmithing. Donations: the David Lister Fund, Wells Fargo Bank, account # 8479251483. Visitation: Friday July 22, 2005 from 7 to 9pm at Heritage Memory Mortuary, 131 Grove Ave. Funeral service: Saturday July 23, 2005 at 10am at Mile High Middle School Hendrix Auditorium, 300 S. Granite St., Prescott, AZ. Reception: to be announced.

Published in The Arizona Republic on July 22, 2005

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David Lister Silver and Turquoise Bracelet

This is a new bracelet made circa 2000.

David Lister was the son of noted Navajo silversmith, Ernie Lister. David passed on barely more than a child.

His father Ernie Lister is a master silversmith.

The turquoise is attributed to the #8 turquoise mine.

Coin Silver

The bracelet is 3/4" wide

It will fit a 6" to a 6 1/2" wrist.

There are 31 square cut natural Robbins Egg Blue turquoise gems. The beautiful blue color of the turquoise, plus the gold tone of the matrix, leads me to attribute the turquoise to the #8 Mine.

Entirely suitable to be worn for most any occasion.

David Edward Lister, born April 16, 1988 in Gallup, New Mexico, died July 16, 2005 in Tucson, Arizona. He is survived by: parents, Ernie and Sandra Lister of Prescott, Arizona, his older brother and friend, Jon-Michael, with whom he loved to cruise and shoot guns, his sister and friend, Taylor (David endeared her as, "My Little Medicine Girl."), with whom he loved to make movies, play piano and dance with. David dreamed of completing his high school education wishing to graduate with his class of 2006. His college aspiration was to earn degrees from the Santa Fe Indian Art Institute and the Chicago Art Institute. While attending Kestrel High School, David was diagnosed with ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia). This past year, David battled his illness courageously; attending school, raising awareness among Native Americans regarding the need for bone marrow donors (People Magazine, May 23, 2005), fund raising for "Pennies for Patients," and studying overtime for his AIMS test. Then, on June 29, 2005, he received a double cord transplant at the University Medical Center. David loved to laugh. Playing practical jokes on his mom was his idea of a perfect day. His sports activities included football, paintball and bike riding/jumping. Besides his finely detailed pencil and ink sketches, David wood carved, sculpted, tattooed himself and friends and won awards for his silversmithing. Donations: the David Lister Fund, Wells Fargo Bank, account # 8479251483. Visitation: Friday July 22, 2005 from 7 to 9pm at Heritage Memory Mortuary, 131 Grove Ave. Funeral service: Saturday July 23, 2005 at 10am at Mile High Middle School Hendrix Auditorium, 300 S. Granite St., Prescott, AZ. Reception: to be announced.

Published in The Arizona Republic on July 22, 2005

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