Joan David

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On June 27, 2016 Joan Roberta (MacQueen) David left this earth to meet her Lord and Savior. She was born in Philadelphia, PA. June 27, 1931 to Mabel and Richard MacQueen, since deceased. She was preceded in death by her brother Richard and sister Betty. She graduated from South Philadelphia High School for Girls and started work at Gulf Oil in Philadelphia where she eventually met her husband with whom she enjoyed almost 60 years of wedded bliss. She is survived by her husband Clarke, Son Jeffrey and wife Sherry and their children Elliott, Quinlan and Maridith, Son Gary and his daughters Rachel and Stephanie and son Scott and wife Kimberly. She is also survived by numerous other relatives and friends.

She moved from Philadelphia to South Korea with her family when her husband was transferred there by Gulf. While there she befriended many native Koreans and became involved in numerous charitable and volunteer activities. After the assignment in Korea was finished the family was transferred to Houston. They were later transferred to California and eventually back to Houston. She volunteered in numerous activities including driving Meals on Wheels. They moved to Bentwater in 1994 where she had an active social life. She enjoyed playing card games and the fellowship of her friends. She was a very sweet, devout and outgoing person who was loved by everyone she met. She was a devoted wife, a proud and caring mother, grandmother, aunt and a loyal and faithful friend. She was a big supporter of her sons in all their endeavors throughout their lives.

Although ultimately losing her fight with cancer, she fought it with tremendous strength, courage, dignity and grace. She will be missed.

A Memorial Service will be held at Willis Methodist Church, 200 N. Thompson St. Willis, at 1 PM on July 7 with a reception immediately following. The family would like to thank all her friends for their support and "Consider the Lilies" home health care for all their help during this difficult period. In lieu of flowers contributions can be made to The American Diabetes Society, The or the .


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