This issue is dedicated in memory of our Vice President, David Famiglietti. Thank you for your service, David. May you rest in peace.
David M. Famiglietti, 39, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on March 5,2019. from a brief, but courageous battle with cancer. David was born in David M. Famiglietti, 39, passed away peacefully with his family by his side on March 5, brief, but courageous battle with cancer. David was born in Waterbury, CT on January 23,1980. He was a graduate of Sacred Heart High School in Waterbury. Upon graduation, David entered the US Air Force where he proudly served from 1998-2012. David attained a business degree from the Community College of the Air Force through the University of Maryland. Receiving numerous commendations and reaching the rank of TSgt, David served along with his “brothers and sisters” in the 820th Red Horse Squadron. He was stationed in Guam, Germany and Las Vegas. He deployed multiple times to Iraq and Afghanistan, and other areas. After an honorable discharge from the Air Force, David established his own Service- Disabled, Veteran-Owned business, New Frontier Armory, a firearms and manufacturing company, as well as, Vegas Metal Finishing. He was the co-founder of Battlefield Vegas with his best friends and business partners, Ron and Karla Cheney. He continued to be involved in Veteran’s issues after returning to the civilian world. David was an avid sportsman who enjoyed hunting, bow hunting, fishing, trapping, hiking and camping. His fondest hunting experiences were in Germany, South Africa, New Zealand, Canada and Montana. David was active in local city council and community boards, where he was a 2nd amendment advocate and a proponent of wildlife and nature preservation. He was heard often on “The Gun Collective” Podcasts and featured on Elliott Wealth Management Podcasts. David was the Vice President of the Nevada Firearms Coalition, President of the Las Vegas Woods and Water Club, Board member of the Clark County Shooting Complex and former President of the Las Vegas Skeet Association. David won numerous awards over the years for his marksmanship By far, David’s greatest love was his family. He is survived by his wife Jessica Famiglietti and their two children, Olivia and Johnny, of North Las Vegas