- 59 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 19, 1955
- Date of passing: Dec 19, 2014
|Let the memory of David be with us forever|
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Ray Coblentz, 59, born on December 19, 1955 to Chris & Sarah Coblentz in Hartville, Ohio. David passed away on December 19, 2014 at University Hospital in Denver Colorado. We will remember him forever.
David had six siblings: Christina Statzman, Esther Mullett, Daniel Coblentz, Naomi Schmitt, Tim Coblentz & Miriam Mast.
David was a loving father of six. His children Dave Powers, Artie Powers, Crystal Coblentz & Anna Browning. He also loved and adored Hannah Burkhart and Shawna Browning as his own.
David Was emloyed with B&B/United In Eaglle Colorado for more than 20 years. He was a highly skilled Heavy equipment operator.
David was a hardworking, dedicated family man, whose itegrity was 100% intact.
"David u are thought of everyday.by anna and i.its so awsome to see so much of u in anna.every morning i see her playing the guitar in memory of u.she dedicates her 30 min.then goes on with her day.daily im reminded of your love and dedication to us.your the one who taught me what family was.thank u for that.youll be forever missed."
"daddy!!!!!!! i miss u so damn much it hurts me more n more every single day i wake up!!!! i just wish u were still here to tell me ill be alright!!!!! i love u so much daddy!!!"
"I miss you so much Daddy not a day goes by I don't think of you and of course the one thing you tell me everyday we talk me and these grand babies will never forget you and me and crystal will teach them stuff we of course learned from you as well I love you so much and nothing will ever change that we will be together again there is many things I wouldn't even know how to do if it wasn't for you so of course as every o ne knows you was and always will be the greatest father love always your baby girl
"Daddy I love you very very much and I'm glad that I got to be the daughter of the most amazing Father ever created. You were the best man in the world that a man and father could ever be. You have taught me so many things in life that will never leave my memories as well as all the good times we had like fishing, boating, shooting, cruising around Colorado for no reason, four-wheeling, painting the house Lol...on my Birthday, boating, watching movies with just you, Shawna, Haley, and I, and Camping, but my most favorite was sitting around watching and listening to you sing and play guitar!!!!! Daddy I will forever miss you, but I will be seeing you again. Until the day comes for me to see you again, I'm going to live my life in your footsteps and make you a proud Father I PROMISE!!!! I'm glad I got to spend the rest of your life being with you and there for you! Rest In Peace Daddy, but you better be flying high with those Eagles forever and finally be free and have no more pain or problems. Well, I love you and miss you with all of my heart, that I got from you and My Mother, but I needed you to know that. Now, I'm going to go, I will always have you with me no matter what. Love You Daddy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! XOXOXOXOXOXOXOXO!!!!
Love Always & Forever-
Your Daughter... Crystal "Lefty" Coblentz!!!!!!!"
"Dave, you were one of the greatest most respectable men ive ever known. its too bad i did not get to learn more from you. I only had the pleasure of knowing you for about a year and in that time i had some of my greatest memories with you and the family. Dave you left me the greatest gift any father can give another man, you gave me your trust with your daughters heart, thank you for everything dave. There is no words i can use to describe how much im going to miss you. You will never be forgotten.......rest in peace fly high dave ......much love"
"Rest in paradise!"
This is so hard for me to believe still to this day. I guess I never thought it would come to this. I want to thank you for everything you have ever done for me. I am so proud to call you my father. You loved me like no one else in this world. You were always there for me no matter what I did..... I just cannot wait for the day I see your handsome face and to hear you sing me our song again. I found one of your discs you made playing your guitar its awesome. ;) I'm going to make you proud. I love you so much dad. "Together forever, never apart, maybe in distance but never in heart. :'( xoxoxoxo"
"I will remember you forever David. You were a strong man with a generous heart! I'm thankful for the time I got to spend learning from you. Thanks for everything rest in peace. Love you David!"
"I was heartbroken to hear this. I have known Dave for sometime. He is a good & honest man. Glenna, I know I have never met you...but I wanted to tell you I am so sorry for your loss. David and I spent a lot of time together fishing & hunting. I often listened to stories about you and Dave's girls and your son. I know times like these it's so hard to understand & nothing anyone says seems to comfort you. I just wanted you to know from an outsider who don't know you, Dave loved you and would have gone to the end of the earth for you. So sorry for your loss."
"Death is a troubling, frightening and painful event, when persons die like Mr. Coblenz who was so loved by his family and friends seems unfair. So many wonder what hope is there for those who have died? The bible reveals that Gods purpose is to restore our dead love ones to life by means of a resurrection on a paradise earth, where there will be no more sickness or death. John 5:28,29- revelation 21:1-4. My condolences to the family of Mr Coblentz. website jw.org gives more comforting answers to questions like Where are the dead? What will happen if we die? Is there life after death?"
"Dave, All I can say is I sure do miss you. You were always there for me. If I had a problem, you always have an answer. I will remember always you telling me that the kids were just like little adults, I just needed to give them a chance to grow up and make their mistakes. I hope I am able to live by that. I know I can't be there for them like you were, but I want you know I am going to try. I'll see you soon buddy!"
"I believe the people you care about most in life are taken from you all too soon.
David, you came into my family's life over 16 years ago, such a short time; but one of the best memories always of my life. Your kindness, love understanding, of all your love for life and people has been the greatest. Your smile, your laughter and your songs...songs of love, songs of joy, happiness, sadness and so much more. Each time Anna strums the guitar I'll think of you and the joy you gave me...Thank you for everything ...I will never say goodbye...just rest in peace and see you soon."
"David I never got the chance to say how Thankful I was to have you in my life.Your friendship was more then I could have asked for.Your hands down the best man I know.The way you loved me ,my children,and family .Your ability to love unconditionally. I never knew how much I took for granted.I just figured you would always be there.I'm crying inside and feel more sadness then I can even explain.At the same time trying to keep my composure for the sake of our daughter.Our daughter is one of the greatest gifts.I will forever see you when looking in her eyes.Just like you said she has more Coblentz in her then any of your kids.You will forever be in my heart and thoughts.Thank you for all the time and love you gave my family and I.You truly were my best friend."
"I can't say enough good things about this man. The world has suffered a huge loss. My deepest sympathy to everyone effected by his loss. I know he touched the lives of many and he will be missed. Colorado fishing won't be the same without him."
"David, you weren't just any body to me you raised me and loved me as if I was yours you were and still are my best friend I honestly never thought this day would come but I thank god that I had you in my life it was an honor to have you and continue to have you through out my liFe. And remember I'll see you again and I love you so much.... you will forever be in my heart any in my mind"
"Dave, you were one hell of a guy. I can't think of a better father, friend or man I have ever known. We are going to miss you buddy!"
":'( what a wonderful man that I once knew. He loved his friends and family dearly. I would watch his eyes light up with love by watching, and listening to his young daughter Anna and the blessings he would always forever give her mother Glenna. They had a true honest friendship. I saw this a lot with those whom he loved and cherished.
My prayers are with the family and friends of. David. I am honored I got to know and meet you. God bless."
"I I'll miss you uncle David.thanks for everything you taught me."
"David, I wish I knew all the right things to say. You were a really great man and you are going to be so missed. I am honored to call you my brother & friend. The last week has gone by in such a blurr, I can hardly believe this is all happening. I have seen you be there for so many people and your love and kindness changed lives. Your love for both life & adventure I am going to miss. In case I havn't told you lately, I love you and thanks for always being there. Rest in peace."
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