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July-16-17
Really missing you today, so hi. You'd be happy knowing I kept my word, and have done all that we talked about so many times to make sure our sister is safe and well cared for. It's all good, and as it should be. I sure would have liked to have been able to talk over some of the major decisions with you, but I'm thinking you probably heard my cries for help. As always my dear brother......I miss you and I love you.
June-21-15
Happy Father's Day Daddy.

Miss you Lots, Love You Even More.
June-08-15
When Katherine first described her Dad to me I thought,
"Yeah, right! There's no way this guy is as good as she says he is!" And then one day *The Dave* walked into the salon with his one pant leg tucked inside a boot and a smile on his face that lit up the room. He gave me a firm handshake and looked me in the eye with a twinkle in his and I melted. I instantly recognized a "stand up guy" and realized that everything Katherine had said about her dad was true! I felt a connection with him from that very moment ... and we talked for quite awhile about his world travels,how to bake a pumpkin pie and how he carried his own bolt making tool kit! I have never met anyone like him. I feel so blessed that I got to meet this remarkable man! He will be deeply missed ... but remembered always. Katherine and Joe ... my deepest sympathy to you and the entire family.
June-04-15
Sorry for your loss, I worked at Canfish and Dave was a character, I enjoyed working with him.
June-04-15
Sometimes people come into your life and you are not aware at that time how much of an impact they will have on your life. I met Dave way back into 2000, not knowing that he would play an integral part in our lives. In 2004 Jo and Dave offered Kristina and Myself a place to stay to get started on our Alberta future. During our 18 months there we were able to save for the home we now live in. This would not have been a reality without their help. As a result we were able to pay it forward to my brother and sister in law. During our time at Daves we had many good laughs, told a few lies and learned so many different things. Dave was a wealth of information and could help you with just about any task or problem you had. He was the type of person you could call on if you were in a jam or you were just lost. Dave was a tough but fair man with a soft side as well. I firmly believe that his hands were the inspiration for leather safety gloves. This was a fact that I learned the hard way. He was making his famous burgers one night for supper and he handed me a plate and stated it was hot. All the time holding it with his bare hands. I grabbed the plate and immediately ran up the stairs and slammed the plate on the table. The result was 5 blisters on my fingers and the words pansy hands entering my ears. Even though it hurt he was able to make me laugh. My heart goes out to anyone who is impacted by his passing. He was a great man who impacted many and I will miss him. I hope he is up there now telling jokes and making those people laugh. With any luck he is showing someone how to skip stones while screaming Chim Pan Zee.
June-03-15
I remember when he drove all the way to Millwoods to help with my Car cause I just moved to Alberta from Newfoundland and wasn't aware you had to plug your car in overnight ... my car a chunk of ice. He didn't even question coming out at 11:00 at night to help. He was the kindest man, was always happy and always willing to help Meg and even her friends. You will be missed Dave. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this tough time.
June-03-15
I will never forget this kind man, who always called me "pretty girl" . I'm not even sure he knew my name ! It was an honor to know him! I loved the conversations we could have about nothing and how at the end if the conversation you walk away actually learning something and enjoying a conversation that you first thought was about nothing. He always shared his knowledge on every subject and I am convinced he could do ANYTHING! I'm so glad I got to visit with him and drink coffee in January . I can still hear him saying " you want a cup of coffee pretty girl" and before I could answer he's pulling the chair out and saying "sit down and have a cup" . Always a sweet spirit ! You will be missed but never forgotten - until we meet again ❤
June-03-15
Rest in Peace - I have great memories of being at the house many years ago. You always made me feel welcome there. The thing I will miss most is how you kept me close to Kathy even though I did not see her anymore. You were always so proud to give me all the updates on Kathy and her life. And best of all you always gave me a hug.

Prayers and hugs to Kim, Kathy and Lynn.
June-03-15
The first time I met Dave, I made him show me his license to prove he was who he said he was. If he didn't already think Tennesseans were crazy, he thought it after he met me. Although, I didn't get to spend a lot of time with Dave, I adored him. I got to know him through Katherine and through Katherine I learned some of his parenting techniques which I used. He was a great provider with a sweet spirit. I am so sad that he is no longer with us, but thankful for the memories he left behind.
June-03-15
Another wonderful human being taken from us too soon. Dave was a hugely influential person in my life, and an integral part of my growth as a person. Him and Jo took my dad in (Bryan Murphy) 18 years ago when he came west seeking work, and then did the very same for me when I arrived in 2001 at 19 years old.
Dave not only took me in and treated me as one of his own, he invested time and energy and a great deal of guidance and love into making sure I "turned out alright". I have many years of fond memories and countless holidays spent with Dave that I will cherish forever. Although none of us who loved you were ready to let you go, it was our great love for you that gave us the strength to let you go.
Sending all my love and thoughts to the many people who lives Dave had touched. May he rest in peace now.

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