David William


Obituary: Wiggers, David William

BELPRE, Ohio (WTAP) - David William Wiggers, 85, of Belpre, Ohio passed away March 16, 2022 at home, surrounded by loving family, and with the compassionate care of OhioHealth Hospice. A private cremation will take place at Mid-Ohio Valley Cremation Society.
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Mathews, David William

David William Mathews, July 6,1952, of Providence passed away Monday February 14, 2022. Services are under the direction of Nelson Funeral Home. A full obituary will be available at at a later date.
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Koetz, David William

David William Koetz, 83, of Winona, passed away on Sunday, February 13, 2022, at his home. He was born on August 6, 1938, in Homer Township, Winona County, to Bernhard and Anna (Pflughoeft) Koetz. David honorably served his country with the United States Army, where he was stationed in Korea from 1961-1962.

Miles, David William

David William Miles passed away on January 28, 2022, at the age of 77 from injuries sustained in a snowmobile accident. He was doing what he loved with his best friend on a bluebird day in Tony Grove. He was born on March 2, 1944, to Orin and Gwenaver Miles. His childhood was spent in Smithfield Canyon where his love of adventure, hard work and fun began. He graduated from North Cache High School in 1962. He served a mission in Southern Germany for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day-saints. He married his high school sweetheart, MarGene Griffin, in the Logan Temple in 1966. He attended Utah State University where he was affiliated with PiKappa Alpha Fraternity. He graduated from Northwestern University Dental School in Chicago in 1972. He was a professor at Northwestern before coming back to his canyon roots. He practiced dentistry in Smithfield for 27 years. His best day was first chair on a powder day at the Beav where he served as a member of the National Ski Patrol at Beaver Mountain for forty years. He loved the temple where he and his wife served as ordinance workers for 10 years. His greatest loves were his wife, his children and grand-children, which he spent his life in selfless service to them. He was proficient, even at the age of 77, still motorcycling, bicycling, snowmobiling, snow skiing, water-skiing, and playing tennis. He tinkered on anything with a motor and was primarily found pushing snow in the snow plow truck and moving anything with his backhoe and dump truck. He is survived by his wife, MarGene, daughter Melissa Johnston (Ben), son Jonathan Miles (Angie), his 9 grandchildren, Aubin, Noah, Mia, Jackson, Bella, Elder Bronson Miles, Ava, Hudson, Olivia and his brother Gerald Miles. A viewing will be held at Allen-Hall Mortuary, 34 East Center St., Logan, Utah on Thursday, February 3, 2022 from 6-8pm. A viewing will be held in the Smithfield Utah Stake Center, 600 East 120 South, Smithfield, Utah on Friday, February 4, 2022, at 11:00 am. Funeral services will follow at 12:00 pm. The funeral service will be livestreamed and can be accessed at Interment will be in the Smithfield Cemetery.
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Plueddemann, David William

David Plueddemann passed away suddenly on August 1, 2021. He will be missed by those who appreciated his quick wit, his willingness to use his handyman skills to help out neighbors and friends, his kind and patient manner, and his optimistic attitude. Dave grew up in Michigan, where he earned degrees in Environmental Health and Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. His passion for the outdoors brought him to Bozeman, where he owned the Wild Birds Unlimited Store on Main Street and worked at Ace Hardware until his retirement. He then explored volunteer opportunities including The ReStore, Heart of the Valley Animal Shelter, the Pronghorn Project, and the Bozeman Symphony. Some will recall him as the volunteer who gave bird talks at various venues in Bozeman. He will also be remembered at Bozeman Health Deaconess Hospital, where he volunteered most recently. Dave’s love of nature and the outdoors defined him. He was never happier than when he was hiking, camping, or riding his bicycle. Adventure was his middle name. It was fitting that he passed away while pursuing an outdoor activity that he enjoyed so much. David Plueddemann William Plueddemann.

Remembering LASD Deputy Sheriff David William March

This Thursday marks the 19th anniversary of the murder of Los Angeles County Deputy Sheriff Dave March. Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department (LASD) – The March Family of Santa Clarita were dear friends of mine and I pause each year to remember Deputy March. Dave was murdered by a three-times deported, twice convicted illegal alien drug dealer on a dreadful Spring morning, after he pulled over a vehicle in the San Gabriel Valley, in Irwindale, California. The suspect driver vowed to kill a cop that day, shot Dave, the bullet hitting him at the edge of his protective vest, knocking him to the ground. He then shot Deputy March in the head. This assassin who I vowed never to utter his name, fled to Mexico where he hid out in the open for 4 1/2 years while the Mexican government and the Los Angeles County District Attorney squabbled over the Death Penalty. U.S. Marshalls eventually apprehended the “suspect” who pled guilty to Second Degree murder. He sits in a CDCR facility under a Life without possibility of parole sentence. May he NEVER see, smell, taste or experience freedom for the rest of his natural life.


David William Call, 31, of Gary, passed away Saturday, April 17, 2021 at Welch Community Hospital. Born January 28.