In Memory

David H. Yountz

David H. Yountz

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06/01/22 08:37 AM #1    

Pam Bain (Davis)

My thoughts are with David's family and pray that everyone will remember him and the wonderful life he lived. Through the years, I only saw David now and then at reunions, but have such fond memories of him and our time at RJR. May everyone discover a peace and love that his life in earth offered them. Pam Bain Davis





06/01/22 09:11 AM #2    

James C. Reavis

Mathew 11:28-29

"Come to ME, all you who are weary and burden, and I will give you rest......For I am gentle and humble in heart, and you will find rest for your souls."

God's comfort and HIS peace be with your family and savor the cherrished memories of a good man.  A life well lived my friend.

Blessings and Prayers

Jim Reavis

06/02/22 12:04 PM #3    

Philip D. Hightower


06/02/22 10:05 PM #4    

Danny T. Ferguson

June 2, 2022

Journal Entry by Kelley Day — 1 hour ago

David Harold Yountz, Sr., 78, went home to be with his Lord and Saviour very peacefully on May 30, 2022, with his wife and daughter by his side.  David was a devoted husband and father to his loving wife, Peggy (Einstein), daughter Kelley Yountz Day (Rand), and son David Jr.  Loving brother to his twin sisters, Susan Jessie (Ronnie) and Sandra Brockhausen (Eddie).  Adoring ‘Potts’ to his granddaughters, Sydney Day (22) and Sarah Day (20).  He was fiercely loyal to his brothers in law, Freddy Einstein (Clarice) and Jimmy Einstein (Beth) and numerous nieces and nephews.


Born on July 25, 1943 to Harold and Evelyn, David spent many of his early years in Winston Salem, NC.  He graduated from Reynolds High School in 1962 and began his college years at Guilford.  David married his high school sweetheart, Peggy, in 1967, while he was beginning Basic Training in the Army.  He participated in the SERTOMA Club, the American Legion, and the Lion’s Club and volunteered for various fundraisers.  


David’s career involved all aspects of the Waste industry, including acquisitions, sales and operations management.  Beginning his career in Winston Salem, David and family moved to Virginia Beach for 20 years, to Chicago for 10 years, before relocating back to the Cornelius/Denver/Lake Norman area of North Carolina.  David retired in 2005.


David loved family vacations, holidays and family reunions.  He could often be found cooking his famous sausage biscuits and gravy in any kitchen he could find.  David and Peggy spent a lot of quality time together along with family and friends on the golf course, at the bridge table, on the boat and on the ski slopes. He boasted his first hole-in-one before Peggy got hers.  David had a ‘regular’ weekend golf game with his buddies, times he cherished and never missed.  


A Memorial Service and Celebration of Life will be held on Monday, June 13th, 2022 from 3-5pm at the Verdict Ridge Country Club, 7332 Kidville Rd. Denver, NC.


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the American Lung Association or St. Jude Children’s Hospital


06/03/22 11:27 AM #5    

Robert C. Shaffner

David was a sweet man. Always had a smile on his face and a true friend to All his classmates. He will be greatly missed and admired by all who had the honor of knowing him!

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