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Samuel “David” Meserve

FORT WORTH-Samuel “David” Meserve passed away Sunday, February 24, 2019 at the age of 66.
Memorial service: 2 p.m. Friday, March 1, 2019 at Pantego Bible Church, Dr. Elliott Johnson and Michael Meserve officiating.
Interment: Samuel will be laid to rest at Dallas Fort Worth National Cemetery at a later date.
David was a Vietnam era veteran serving on the USS Independence. After his service, his interest in computers and numbers led him to study computer science. He worked as a computer technician for Sun Electric, but working for the Tarrant County Elections and the US Census Bureau gave him the greatest satisfaction. David, as everyone knew him, was an avid baseball fan. He also loved Labrador Retrievers. He especially loved his granddaughter, Olivia (Reed).
He is preceded in death by his beloved sister, Sharon (Mulder) and his father, Samuel Arthur Meserve.
Survivors: Wife, Marycharles; daughters, Benet and Gretchen,; mother, Doris (Mrs. Sam Meserve); brothers, Joe Meserve and wife, Susan, Mike Meserve and wife, Joy, Jimmy Meserve and wife, Elaine; numerous nieces, nephews, grand nieces, and a grandnephew; and many friends.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Jude & Donna Couto

    Sending our heartfelt condolences, and deepest sympathies to Marycharles, and the entire Meserve family on your loss.

  2. Dear Marycharles and Family, Very sorry to hear of the passing of David. I didn’t know him, but I know you Marycharles… and I am sure he was a special guy. I am grateful to hear he will be laid to rest at a national cemetery: fitting for a sailor who served our country. May God’s great comfort support your sorrow, and sweet memories be shared to help each other remember the love and life of Samuel “David” Meserve. Hugs, Alice

  3. Dear Marycharles and family.
    Marycharles painted a picture-through her words over time- of what a loving husband and family man David was. His service in Vietnam shows the giving kind of man he was.
    May you find comfort in each other at this difficult time. May he RIP. Lastly may his memory be a blessing.
    Ellen Frey
    New Jersey

  4. We were terribly sorry to hear of David’s passing and send our deepest condolences to Marycharles and her family.

  5. Dear Marycharles, Doris, and all the Meserve family, Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. I know you will miss David terribly…I hope his memory will always make you smile. Nothing can take that away from you.

  6. Although I did not know David, Marycharles brought him to life in her writings, he was very loved by his family, a kind and gentle soul.
    May you hold him close in your heart now and always.

  7. Gonna miss you buddy. I’ll be buried there also. We’ll party again there.

  8. Dear Cholly,
    Please know that you and your family are in our prayers. With deepest sympathies, Marian and Peter Taranto

  9. I’m so sorry for the loss of your beloved husband, Marycharles. I send my heartfelt condolences to you and your family during this time. I hope you’ll find peace in the memories you had and the love you shared.

  10. Bobby and Carol Dvorak

    Bobby and I are sad to hear of David’s passing. There were many stories of Bobby and David growing up always told with a smile. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family.

  11. Gaylene Mackey

    I was heart-broken to learn of David’s passing. May his memory be blessed.

  12. I was saddened to hear of the loss of David. I enjoyed working with David at the Tarrant County Elections office. He was smart, kind, funny and a delight to work with. He will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with Marycharles and family.

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