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David Dischbein

David Francis Dischbein

Monday, June 28th, 1943 - Sunday, July 12th, 2020
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Our beloved husband and father David F Dischbein passed away on Sunday morning 7/12/2020. His brave heart finally gave out. He was at home when it happened. It was very quick and he was in his wife Donna’s arms. It was exactly the way he wished he would go.
He was born in St. Louis, MO on 06/28/1943 to William F. Dischbein and Bernice (Schraut) Dischbein. In 1956, David moved to LasVegas with his mother Bernice and siblings Bill, Shirley, and Judy to be with their dad William.
He graduated from Rancho High School in Las Vegas. After graduating he married Ann Dromerecki. Together they had two sons: Michael and Jeffrey. Later they were divorced.
David and his brother Bill became partners in AA-Row Wrecking and Salvage in Las Vegas, NV and Cedar City, UT. David later moved permanently to Cedar City in 1970. He married Cathy Divers, together they had one son: Seth. Later they divorced.
In 1982, He married his soul mate, Donna Cranmer, they were married until his death.
In 1985 David became sole owner of AA-Row Wrecking in Cedar City, UT., In 2008 he sold his business and retired.
David was very active in his community, was a lifetime member of the Elks, and a member of Christ the King Catholic Church. He has been cremated and a mass will be said for him. There will not be any public services.
He was preceded in death by his father William, his mother Bernice, his brother Bill, and sister Judy.
He is survived by his wife, Donna Dischbein, sister Shirley Eubanks (spouse Floyd),Son: Michael Dischbein (spouse Lori), GranddaughterStephanieLaPier (spouse RyanLaPier) Great grandson LucasLaPier. Granddaughter Samantha Dischbein. Son: Jeffrey Dischbein. Son: Seth Dischbein, Granddaughter Sadie Anderson. Daughter Brenda Cranmer, Grandson EvanVelut.
Thanks to all family and friends who have supported David and Donna during their journey in life and after David’s passing.
In lieu of flowers please donate to your local Animal Shelter.
Online condolences can be sent to www.affordablefuneralservices.com.
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Rebecca Bonebrake

Posted at 03:50pm
Donna, I just saw the notice of David's passing. I will always remember the kindness you both showed to us when we first moved into the area decades ago. I always enjoyed your friendship and hearing about the trips that you and David took. Please accept my sympathy for your loss. Becky Bonebrake

Laura Cotts

Posted at 03:01pm
Dear Brenda and family, I was sad to read that your father had passed away. I could see from his picture his kindness and intelligent eyes. I remember how glad I was to know you as a student. (Hurrah for physics and astronomy.) I hope you are well and are having success and happiness in your life. Please accept my sympathy on the loss of your father. Affectionately, Laura Cotts

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