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David Wacasey

December 8, 1955 May 7, 2019
David Wacasey
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Obituary for David Wacasey

On Tuesday, May 7, 2019, David Lynn Wacasey, devoted husband and loving father to five, passed away in his sleep at age 63.

David was born December 8, 1955 in Longview, Texas to Gene and Marlene Wacasey. After an early retirement from the railroad, he completed a bachelor’s degree in radiology at the University of Arkansas in 2004. During his time in DeQueen, he became a cherished member of the First Baptist Church.

David was a man filled with love for the many in his life. Music was a crucial part of his life, namely classic rock. His chili was famous among friends and family, as well as his Christmas pies.

David lived with his wife of 33 years, Cathryn, and his granddaughter Alexandra. He is survived by his wife, and children, Sundee (Johnny) Rossi, Garrett (Carly) Stanley, Amanda Wacasey, Emily (Patrick) Crane, his grandchildren Scarlett and Jett Rossi, Amelia and Garrison Stanley, Alexandra and Trent Owens, Gavin Ferguson, and Tanner Crane, his brothers Richard and Donny, and several cousins.

A memorial service will be held on June 1st, at the Croley Funeral Home in Gilmer, TX at 2 PM. Friends and family are welcome to attend and celebrate the life of a dearly beloved man, husband, and father.


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Memorial Service

Saturday

1

Jun

2:00 PM 6/1/2019 2:00:00 PM
Croley Funeral Home - Gilmer

305 West Harrison Street
P.O. Box 835
Gilmer, TX 75644

Croley Funeral Home - Gilmer
305 West Harrison Street Gilmer 75644 TX
United States
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