David Naasz

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David Allan was born on September 6, 1961, to Othmer and Esther Job Naasz in Mobridge, SD. On June 12, 1982, Dave married the love of his life, Brenda in Geddes, SD. Dave fought the good fight and we know that one day we will be reunited in heaven. Our hearts are heavy because we deeply loved this amazing husband, dad, brother, uncle, and dear friend to many. But we rejoice that his earthly struggles are over. Survivors include his wife, Brenda Naasz; daughters, Emily Naasz and ManPerson, Logan; Christine Upton and husband, Jordan; Rachel Naasz; sisters, Vickie Adams and spouse, Aaron; Gwynne Timmerman; and beloved pet, Vinnie Naasz; He was preceded in death by his parents, Othmer and Esther Naasz; father- and mother-in-law, Chester and Evelyn Munger.


14 thoughts on “David Naasz”

  1. Brenda,
    Our sympathy to you in this very difficult time. David was a very special man. We are glad that we got to know him along life’s journey. May God grant you HIS peace that passes all understanding and HIS joy that comes from knowing you will see him again. Praying for you and family. Paula & Jerry

  2. Brenda & Girls
    Thoughts, prayers and love coming your way in the loss of David. Your special family brings back great memories of early days at JFK. May Davis rest in peace and your memories stay close to your hearts.

  3. Sue Coomes and family

    Brenda and girls, we are so very sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. You are all in our thoughts and prayers. I think of you all often and miss you in SD.

  4. Randy & Karen Rehling & Among Foundation Board

    Brenda and family, we are sadden by the news of Dave passing but know that he is forever with his Savior and meeting the many Mongolians that he impacted for Christ when he spent his Thanksgiving wiring EAGLE TV in Mongolia over 25 years ago! His labor of love for Christ is still impacting thousands around the world. Praise the Lord and may you and your family be comforted by the power of the Holy Spirit –

  5. Dear Brenda, Emily, Christine and Rachel,
    Know you are loved from afar! What a paradox to feel such sadness for your loss at the same time as joy for Dave’s heavenly homecoming. My you find strength and peace in Christ’s arms. Stan and Linda

  6. Brenda – Our deepest sympathy to you and your family in the passing of Dave. We have warm memories of his time at Hope, remembering him as a strong man of God. May you find comfort in your faith, your family, and your friends. I visited with Julie Sendelbach the day before you arrived in Sioux Falls for your visit with her. You were a dear friend for her and she for you. So much joy in the relationships we develop and so much pain when they have left. God’s peace to you.

  7. Brenda and Family, I was in such shock when Randy Rehling made me aware of David’s passing! My most Sincere Sympathies to you. I remember Dave helping us with the Among project and his trip to Mongolia with Dwight Wollmann to build the TV station. Dave clearly loved his Lord and each of you with all his heart.

  8. Jenny (Ulmer) Focht

    Brenda, Emily, Christine, and Rachel, I am so very saddened to hear of David’s passing. I can only imagine what a long and hard road this has been, and will continue to be. I pray for God’s nearness and comfort as you grieve. Much much love.

  9. Dave and I were fellow “Beadle Bugs” in Mobridge. We were members of the class, graduating in 1979. Although I haven’t seen Dave in several years, I still have fond memories growing up together in Mobridge, SD. My prayers are with you during this difficult time. Maybe rest in peace and perpetual light shine upon him.

  10. I was saddened to hear about David. I was fortunate to have David as a friend and neighbor. I was also a classmate. Blessings and Peace to your family.

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