David W. Meyer

Green Island, New York

Mar 30, 1931 – Nov 8, 2017

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I first met Dave when my Dad became minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Watervliet. He quickly became a friend of our family and of great help to my Dad. Over the years, he was always there whenever I would visit and attend church or one of the church dinners. I always got a friendly greeting and a hug. So sorry for your loss.

Dave was a wonderful friend to my father, Dr. William Stewart. He was suck a kind and well respected man.

My thoughts and prayers are with all of Dave's Family at this very sad time. He was a very caring man and wonderful neighbor.

Elsie Bob Donna and family
I am so sorry Dave passed he has been like a father and grandfather to me and so many. I have seen him in so many parts of our lives. Dave inspired me and he was a kind and generous as they come. he gave of himself always. my thughts are with you all. be blessed by his memories.

So sorry to learn of Daves passing.We bowled with him for many years and spent many new years eve with him.Missing a great friend.

So sorry for your loss. I knew Dave all my life. He was a great man. On one of the trips out west with the Explorer Scouts they camped over night in our yard. It was great fun. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers

Dave was one of the best of the best of men. He did so much for his church, worked endlessly for the Boy Scouts. While he was my scout leader, he also taught me in high school class while a substitute teacher. When a scout could not afford to attend a function, Dave would see that no one missed a camping trip or function, reaching into his own pocket!
There was no limit to his generosity, dedication or hard work. The very best to you Dave in Heaven, I am sure you are there!

So sorry to hear about Dave's passing. He was an amazing man that loved everyone. God Bless.

Deepest sympathies go out to everyone who has ever had the opportunity to know Dave. Dave wasn't just a friend of the families but was a part of the family. Anyone who knew Dave would know that he didn't have a selfish bone in his body, he was always more than willing to help others and always greeted everyone with a smile and if you knew him well enough, a hug. He will be terribly missed by so many individuals. Thoughts are with his family at this difficult time. May he rest in peace.


David's Obituaries

Watervliet – David W. Meyer, 86, died on Wednesday, November 08, 2017 at the Samaritan Hospital in Troy. A native and lifelong resident of Watervliet, he was the son of the late Edward and Elizabeth Schultz Meyer. He was a graduate of Union College in Schenectady and served in the US Navy in the...

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