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David YeckYeck, David Sr., husband, father and grandfather, passed away suddenly on Thursday, October 28, 2021 at the age of 78. David was born in Ludington Michigan on February 5th 1943, the son of George and Madeline (Klopfenstein) Yeck. He is proceeded is death by his parents and sister Carol Ann (Yeck) Montgomery. David enjoyed the outdoors, he loved to spend his free time duck and goose hunting with friends and family. He loved bluegill fishing with anyone, and walleye fishing with Lynn after they moved onto the St. Joseph River. He was involved in coaching sports for his children and the community. He always made time for his kids to help them any way he could to improve or be successful in their endeavors, whether it was sports, hunting or life itself. David was an avid Kalamazoo Wings, Detroit Red Wings, Detroit Lions and Detroit Tigers fan. He is survived by his wife of 52 years Lynn (Klein) Yeck; children: David Yeck, Andrea (Donald) Creager, Christopher (Camille) Yeck of Mattawan, MI; his grandchildren, Jacob and Elizabeth Yeck, Coleman and Amelia Creager, Elianna and Lachlan Yeck; his sister Margaret Mary (Yeck) Overman; and several nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorial contributions may be made in memory of David L. Yeck Sr to the Kirk Gibson Foundation for Parkinson’s Disease Research or Delta Waterfowl by following the links below. https://www.kirkgibsonfoundation.org/donate/ https://deltawaterfowl.org/donate/ While visiting David's tribute page please take a moment to light a candle or share a memory with the family. The Yeck family is being assisted by Avink Funeral Home and Cremation Society, 129 S. Grand Street, Schoolcraft, MI 49087. 269-679-5622.
Lynn and family, We were so sorry to hear of Daves passing and our love, thoughts and prayers are with you. I do remember Dave as the chef of hot peppers at Nicks office many years ago, a very fond memory for me as I was so impressed with his hot pepper skills. Much love and deepest sympathy, Christy and Dan
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