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David Lynn Haulsee

Knoxville, Tennessee

Aug 14, 1937 – Dec 31, 2017

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David "Dave" Lynn Haulsee, 80, of Knoxville, TN, died suddenly of a heart attack on Sunday, December 31, 2017.He was born in Marion, VA. Dave received his degree in Business Administration from East Tennessee State University. While attending college, he was in the R.O.T.C. and after...

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I always considered my parents to be my best friends, and my late husband, Jeff, felt the same way. My Dad always gave me great advise -- whether it was about life skills, driving lessons (that first stick shift car), or money (how to save it instead of spend it) -- I could always consult with Dad on anything. My Dad was with me the night Jeff died. It was one of the hardest night's of my life, but my Dad was there, and always positive, probably more than me as I made countless medical...

I would like to say Thank You to Phyllis, Nicole and Michelle for allowing Dave to be an important part of my life at Dead Horse Lake. He was loved by all the golfers and made by life at the golf course so much easier.

On a personal note, Dave loved to hear stories about Rory, Rae and R.G. Jessica and I were greatly appreciative of the gifts that he and Phyllis gave our children and were glad to spend time with Dave and Phyllis before Christmas.

Dave was one of my brothers and was a year older than me, We lived in a very close family and spent many great times together. I will always remember the sports he played in high school and i was always there cheering for him. He was always there for his family when needed. I know he will be missed so much by Phyllis, Nichole and Shelly. We talked often about the Lady Vols basketball and I will miss those talks. Rest In Peace Dave. Love you! Sue

Phyllis, Nicole, and Michelle, Dave was always such a pleasure to be around. Although we didn't get to visit often, he always made us feel welcome and treated us like family. For that he is fondly remembered. Please know you are in our prayers during this very difficult time. --Carolyn and Milton Carter

My condolences.He passed through my life at Dead Horse and his wit and sarcasm will always be fondly remembered. RIP

I am so sorry for your loss. It is always so very hard to lose a loved one in death and our loving Heavenly Father is very aware and understand your painful loss. He will listen to your prayer and pay attention to your pleas for help because he is near to all those calling on him. He will hear your cry for help and give you comfort. Your family and friends have my deepest condolences. (Psalms 86:6-7)

So sorry for your loss. Dave was a dear friend and classmate. So sorry we didn't keep in touch but I do attend church with Mike and Cissy. My your family have peace and comfort during this difficult time. Prezzle Quillen, Kingsport TN.

Dear Sue, Cissy, Pete and Mike,
I am saddened to learn of the passing of your dear brother, Dave. He was one of the earliest friends and playmates that my memory lets me recall. We all shared many happy days playing games and attending school together. I have thought of each of you and your parents often down through the years with fond memories and smiles.

I hope all of you and your family members are enjoying good health and much happiness. I will cherish the memories of our...

Im sorry for your loss. I am praying for peace and comfort for you and your family during this difficult time. I hope to see you in 2018 when you can come to the gym. God bless.