MAURER

David E. Maurer, 79, of Level Green passed away peacefully on December 3, 2017. Born on May 10, 1938 in Somerset, the son of Dean R. and Alice (Schrock) Maurer. David was an avid hunter and fisherman his entire life. He retired from People’s Natural Gas Company in Pittsburgh as a tax manager. He was a proud graduate of Penn State University. He served in the U.S. Army Counter- Intelligence Corps. He is survived by his wife Annemarie and daughter Rebecca (Anthony) Piccolin. He is also survived by sister, Patricia (Ronald) Williams and a brother Tim (Dorothy) Maurer along with several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents, a brother Dean Maurer and sisters Charlotte Glessner and Alice Ann Maurer, and a nephew Eric Maurer. As per his wishes, there will be no visitation or services. In lieu of gifts, please send donations to Latin American Children’s Fund, P.O. Box 302, Sewickley, PA 15143.

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7 Responses to MAURER

  1. Sam Albright says:

    Dave was a childhood friend in Somerset. Dave, along with Ernie Coleman and I
    spent many hours doing what elementary aged boys did in the summers of the late
    ’40’s. In October of ’17 the three of us attended our ’61st Somerset High School reunion.
    Where we updated a photo taken in 1952 of the three of us plus Jerry Koontz who
    is deceased. We share wonderful memories of growing up in Somerset! God Bless Dave and Annemarie.
    Sam Albright Aurora, Ohio

  2. Jay Maust says:

    Dave was just one week younger than me as we shared May birthdays. We many times were seated next to each other when the teacher “assigned” seats alphabetically. We also attended Sunday School & Church together at the Somerset Church of the Brethren just down the street from where Dave lived. Great memories. May he rest in peace. God Bless. Jay R. Maust; San Antonio

  3. Vic @ Helen Demarchi says:

    Victor @ Helen DeMarchi We wish to convey our condolences to a good neighbor and friend. Keep the bowling open will be there soon enough

  4. Mark Ware says:

    The Historical and Genealogical Society of Somerset County offers its deepest sympathy to David’s Family.

  5. Gudrun Garkisch says:

    Annemarie,
    I am sorry to read about your loss.
    Please accept my heartfelt condolence.
    My thoughts are with you and your family.
    Sincerely,
    Gudrun Garkisch

  6. Tim Maurer says:

    There is very little more that I can say other than I lost a brother,a friend, and a great hunting and fishing buddy. Many happy hours were spent outdoors with my brother
    and it will be awful lonely out on the streams come Spring.
    My sincerest condolences to Annemarie and to Becky and Tony and if there is anything that I may be able to help them with, they only need to ask.
    God gained another Angel that day and I pray that he is fishing in the stream of paradise and catching the biggest Rainbow Trout ever. We will miss him greatly!!!!

  7. Rodney Gasch says:

    Our deep sympathies from all of us at the Latin American Children’s Fund. David and Annemarie were such great supporters of our work. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time of loss.

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