David Robertson
  • 63 years old
  • Date of birth: Jan 27, 1950
  • Place of birth:
    Dresden, Tennessee, United States
  • Date of passing: May 12, 2013
  • Place of passing:
    Plymouth, Indiana, United States
Gone but forever in our hearts. The greatest man we ever knew.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Robertson. We will remember him forever . He touched and left an impact on every person he met. He gave his heart and soul to each of us. Our hero.

Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by Lynn Wascher on 8th January 2015

"I miss you daddy! I wish you were here to help me. I miss Timmy SO much. My only peace is knowing he is with you and Jesus now and he is finally happy and free. I can not believe I have not heard your voice in almost two years!! I love you so much and I will always be "your little girl""

This tribute was added by Sonya Hickman on 5th May 2014

"I remember Dave teaching Sunday School. He was an amazing teacher and an amazing man of God.He taught me a lot in Sunday School. He was there with Bro. Don whenever we needed something done in the trailer when we lived in Culver . He helped my mom when ever she needed something as well. He as all together a good guy and loved by many. He will truly be missed.."

This tribute was added by Lynn Wascher on 2nd March 2014

"I miss you dad. There's so much going on I wish I could talk to you about. I keep doing what I know is right, knowing that is what you would tell me to do but it sure would mean more if you were actually here. There's not a day goes by that I dont think of you. I am so thankful for the time God allowed us. Miss and love you so much!!"

This tribute was added by Lynn Wascher on 27th January 2014

"Happy Birthday daddy. I know all your days are happy now. No more chores or demands, finally you get the rest you so long had deserved. My only comfort is knowing this and that your celebrating with Jesus today. Life isnt the same without you and nobody seems to understand that.  I miss you so much and until I join you a part of you will always live on. For some may have forgotten but I never will. I was the daughter of the greatest man I knew. xoxoxo"

This tribute was added by Lynn Wascher on 24th January 2014

"I am glad Culver is so far, Days like today I'd be in the cemetery all day. Just longing to be as close as I could. I miss you dad. Feeling so lost, still. Thinking about your birthday and the moment we shared last year when I gave you the broken lock. Though everyone teased we knew all it meant, represented. Standing with you that day was one of the very best moments of my life. My heart was so happy. There was so much we missed out on but I am so thankful for the time God gave us back.  I'll never forget pulling out of the KFC when I moved and I told you to hold on. You looked at the heavy traffic coming both ways and said "you are not...." lol before you could finish we were on two wheels! you were holding on! I expected a scolding and all you could say was "good deal, you can drive".  Right before you were suppose to walk me down the aisle my bridesmaid asked someone why they let me drink so much. You chuckled and took my arm and said "duh shes about to get married, I got her" You always did. You always had my back and never let me down. You loved me and accepted me for me. Thank you for all of your lessons, your strength and faith you passes on. I love you dad."

This tribute was added by anthony robertson on 24th January 2014

"I mean grandpa sorry blame it on my phone Grandpa. Your birthday I'd Monday I wish you were here so I could call you I wish heaven. Had a phone love Anthony Paul robertson"

This tribute was added by anthony robertson on 24th January 2014

"I miss you grandma even know I didn't know you that much I will always love you grandpa I wish that I couldov spent more time with you and if I could do that then I'd make tha time the best mem ory you ever had"

This tribute was added by george wascher on 19th January 2014

"Growing up when I was little I heard a lot of things about you from people. Most of it was good. I did hear bad stuff but I knew when I met you there was no way it could be true. Nobody so kind and patient who loved God could ever do those things. I never  met anybody so wise and so giving. I am sorry we didn't spend more time together. We are a like and we both were a little shy. You always told me to be good to my mom and that made me respect you more. I love you grandpa and I miss you and I am taking care of mom so don't worry about her. I hope to be like you. When math is too hard I always remember you told me to just try my hardest. Geometry is really hard and I wish you were here to help me but when I take a test I just remember what mom said at your funeral about it being like war and on my last pop quiz I got a 87. I will see you again in heaven. Love George wascher"

This tribute was added by Chris Lindsey on 15th January 2014

"I remember the times that Angel and I would ride with Dave...we would try to irritate him the best we could by singing annoying songs over and over or just doing dumb stuff.  He would always just laugh and shake his head.  He never once got mad.  He was very giving but never wanted everyone to know I remember times as a kid we didn't have lots but he helped make sure we had clothes for Easter or presents at Christmas.  He was a great Sunday School teacher and just an overall amazing person!  He will forever be missed."

This tribute was added by Johnathon Allman on 15th January 2014

"I think the thing I miss the most about you uncle Dave is the talks we had. Any time I had a problem it didnt matter what it was you might not have had the answer right then but I always knew you would have it the next time we talked. I miss hearing your cottonpickers when you got aggravated but most of all I miss the time you took just to make sure you taught me everything you could about anything I wanted to learn. You will never know how much that meant to me. I love you so much and you will forever be missed."

This tribute was added by Cynthia Simpson on 14th January 2014

"When remembering Dave, which goes a long way back; he just was always there! He lent a hand and was involved in everything. Dave often came across as shy but really I believe it was just a humbleness, he was never an attention seeker for all that he did! His smile was genuine as was his actions, it was just the way he lived his life. This is an observation that I as an outsider recognized, I imagine your family new him on so many levels. Sincere and genuine attributes  are hard to find these days ,without any hidden motive for doing good and he possessed those qualities!"

This tribute was added by kathy robertson on 13th January 2014

"It is always hard to lose someone you love, but it much harder when you lose your best friend.  You then have an emptiness that is hard to fill. I will always love and miss him, but I know that one day we will be together again.  Happy birthday to my husband and best friend.  Love always kathy"

This tribute was added by Charlene Annen on 13th January 2014

"Hi Dave,  I did not know you well personally but feel as though I do because of all the glowing stories I've heard from your family & friends.  I never ever heard a negative word about you.  Whenever I read or hear 1 Thessalonians 4:14-18 I think of you.  Know that Kathy & your childern are well loved.

This tribute was added by Lynn Wascher on 13th January 2014

"The greatest man I ever knew. I love and miss you dad."

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