David-Meyer-Obituary

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David Bruce Meyer

Montgomery, Texas

1954 - 2019

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David B. Meyer passed away peacefully at his home in Montgomery, TX on Saturday, February 9th after a long illness.

Dave was born on April 5, 1954 to Gordon and June Beckes Meyer in Niagara Falls, N.Y.  Athletics played an important part of Dave’s life. He spent his childhood years in...

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Chevron Softball, circa 1982

Chevron Softball, circa 1982

Betsy and Family, I am so saddened to hear about Dave. The epitome of a gentleman, Dave was a rare breed, truly best of the best. Dave was one of the absolute finest ballplayers I have ever met- he was that good. Always there to give a warming smile, never to say an unkind word to anyone or about anyone. Having been with him only 5 years at Chevron, I saw professional skills that were clearly top shelf, and leadership qualities that would take him far. It's fair to say that everybody...

Betsy, I just found out about Daves passing. I knew you both when I was attending UW-Eau Claire.
You were a perfect match. My deepest condolences to you and your family. He was one of a kind. Keep up that beautiful and brave smile I remember Sincerely, Julie

Betsy and Family: I'm so sorry for your loss. Dave was always a class-act. I have many fond memories of early days with "Mother Chev" and Slidell. Company softball team - As a college athlete, Dave was 2, 3, ah heck ... 11 levels above the rest of us. He usually played left field. As an infielder, I absolutely hated fielding his throw after an opponent's hit. He threw a "frozen rope" with such velocity, I could literally hear the air crackle and hiss before it came into my...

To Dave's family,

I got to work with Dave after the ChevronTexaco merger and really enjoyed his company and strong resolve. He was a true gentleman and a positive influence on all of those that worked with him.

May God Bless you and strengthen you in this time of Dave's passing.

Betsy and family:
I first met Dave in the mid 80's at Chevron's office in New Orleans. He was my 1st exploration coordinator when I was in training. We worked together for the next 15 years. Dave taught me so much about our business in my early years and was a fantastic teacher/mentor and great geologist, always positive, never straying from why we were there, just a true professional in all respects. Someone to truly emulate. We will all miss him. Our prayers are with you. Mike...

The staff of the American Cancer Fund® at www.AmericanCancerFund.org is sorry to hear of Davids passing. We have received a memorial donation in his name and our sincere condolences go out to his family.

Betsy, Ryan, Erik and Greg,

I worked with Dave in both New Orleans and Houston since 2002 at Chevron. Dave was a real gentleman, patient, and always happy to help solve problems. He was always calm and positive, no matter how much chaos was going on around us. I just found out about his passing today and was shocked. Please accept my condolences and you will be in our thoughts.