In Memory

David Preuss

David Preuss

PREUSS David M., 40 of Cincinnati, OH Born May 18, 1961, died Tuesday, November 27, 2001 at Spring Hill Regional Hospital. He was a native of Cincinnati and was just visiting this area. Survivors include his father, William A. Preuss, Cincinnati, OH; two sisters, Judy Aurich and Sandy Fiscus, both of Spring Hill, FL; a brother, William Preuss Jr., Brooklyn Center, MN. Family suggests donations be made in memory of David Preuss to St. Paul Lutheran Church, 5433 Madison Rd., Cincinnati 45227.  Last known residence: 1230 Beacon St, Cincinnati, Ohio 45230-1201 (1992)

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03/21/09 10:35 AM #1    

Lee Johnson

Dave will certainly be missed. He was always so bright and cheerful. Little did we know he had a kidney problem which I believe finally took his life.

04/28/09 04:32 AM #2    

Chris Jacobs

I haven't seen David since high school.
He was always friendly with a huge smile on his face.

I didn't know anything about his passing.
I did find what appears to be his obituary.
If anyone has better information or can confirm,
please let us know.

06/14/09 01:41 PM #3    

Tina Mooney

If anyone has any photos of Dave from HS please send them so we can include them in the slideshow

06/19/09 02:43 AM #4    

Mark Menter

David was great. He was always cheerful, and carried himself with a great deal of dignity.

He had a nickname - Weebles - because he resembled that toy from the 70s. A couple of the track team members would chide him, with the Weebles saying, "Weebles wobble, but they don't fall down." I'm not sure how they meant it, but I took it as a compliment. Those Weebles are impossible to knock down, and so was Dave.

He helped with the equipment, and could always be counted on if asked to do something.

If I remember correctly, he was a favorite of Mr. Wolf's - the track coach - and cheerfully handled what ever task he was asked to do.

A really nice guy, and a pleasure to be around. He will definitely be missed.

07/04/09 04:09 PM #5    

Lisa Abas

I knew David from elementary school. We went to Mt Washington Elementary. I think we were in the second or third grade together. I remember we were doing a play about Winnie the Pooh. He was Winnie the Pooh! He was perfect for the part. My most memorable part of the pay was: David dressed in the Winnie the Pooh costume holding a red balloon over his head to float up to the bee hive to get the honey. I still remember that smile from across the room...a grin from ear to ear that just made you so happy!!!!!

01/10/11 10:38 AM #6    

Julie Tuke (Faust)

I remember Dave as a warm ray of sunshine! Always smiling and laughing with others!

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