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David Mann

Mr. David Lee Mann, age 52, died on May 2, 2018. He is the dear son of Ginger Metzelburg. Also surviving are his siblings, Ray, Tim (Cathi), and Jeanie (Randy) Tiltman. He will be sadly missed by his nieces & nephew, Hannah (Matt) Markarian, Patti, and Charlie Carr Mann. Special memories with many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends and his best friend Oreo, his cat. He was preceded in death by his father, E.R. Mann; and grandparents, Jack (Evelyn) Metzelburg and Charles (Ilene) Mann. David fed all the neighborhood strays including a skunk or two and a possum. A Memorial service will be held May 19, 2018 at 11:00am at the First Baptist Church of Holly. Pastor Phil Martyn officiating. Donation may be made to Adopt A Pet in Fenton.

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Posted: Fri, May 04, 2018

 
So sorry for your loss, from the stories that Jeanie shared with me David was very blessed to have you as his family

~Tonya Burrow    


 
Sending love up to my brother. Missing him so much.

~Jeannie    


 
It’s going to be strange not seeing David every six weeks. I will miss him!

~Cathy Fischer    


 
Although I have never met David, I have loved hearing the stories about him. It is obvious that he was loved and will definitely be missed. A precious life gone too soon.

~Megan Darley    


 
We go way back .. on Schram Road. We all use to play together and I remember going in to get eggs from the chicken coop .. just an all around fond memory of you and your brothers and sister .. RIP David

~Lisa Freel    


 
We have such great high school memories of David……

He had lots of nicknames for us. Cathy was goosey and ostrich head, Janice was gorilla face (lol) and I was cubby, which I think he meant chubby but he wouldn’t say it. I also had a second one – Teddy :).

He would make us laugh everyday by “boing-ing” our hair and telling us funny stories. Once he said he hid his 8-pack of pop from his brothers & sister so they wouldn’t drink it but he hid it outside in the snow. All of the pop froze and broke. He was so mad. Another time we took him to the beach and had to laugh when we picked him up wearing jeans and a long sleeve black t-shirt. He never complained about being too hot. We used to have long talks about anything and everything. We would sit out front of his house in the evenings. He was such a good listener.

Another memory we have is hearing the roar of the crowd when David walked across the stage at graduation. Everyone was so happy and proud of him.

David was truly a good friend to us and high school wouldn’t have been the same without him. We loved him for the person he was.

Rest in peace David. Love Always,

~Cathy & Cathy    


 

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