David M. Reischauer

David M. Reischauer 

  Virden – David M. Reischauer of Virden, IL passed away Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at Heritage Health in Springfield, IL. 

Dave was born June 2, 1952 in Springfield, IL, a son of Charles Daniel and Darlene Gail (Wrightsman) Reischauer. He was a member of the Virden Church of the Brethren and a 1970 graduate of Virden High School. Dave married Patricia A. “Pat” Miller January 29, 1982 in Virden, IL. He was a member of the Virden Lions Club, and Vintage Iron Riders motorcycle club. He was a city alderman, worked at Springfield Plastics, and owned and operated Yards by Reischauer.  

Dave is survived by his wife Pat Reischauer of Virden, IL, father Charles Daniel “Dan” (Willa) Reischauer of Virden, IL, a sister Jill D. (Steve) Mortimer of Auburn, IL, a brother Dana S. (Audrey) Reischauer of Bloomington, IL, nieces Marcie (D.J.) Goldberg of Springfield, Holly (Lance) Schinzlerof Auburn, Natalie (Ethan) Duewerof Springfield, Kaley Reischauer of Bloomington, and nephews Christian Reischauer and Shawn Reischauer of Bloomington. Preceding in death was his mother Darlene Gail Reischauer.  

Visitation will be from 4:00 to 8:00 p.m. Sunday, August 25, 2019 at the Calvert & Ferry Funeral Home in Virden, IL, with funeral services at 10:30 a.m. Monday, August 26, 2019 at the Virden Church of the Brethren with Rev. Robert Funk officiating. Organist is Eileen Reichert and pallbearers are Jim Griffin, Curt Vincent, Jim Ringer, Bill Scott, Mark Schmidt and David Crawford. Burial will be at Pleasant Hill Cemetery in Virden, IL. Memorials may be made to the Virden Church of the Brethren or to the Virden Rescue Squad. Please visit www.calvert-ferryfuneralhomes.comto leave a comment for the family. 

12 thoughts on “David M. Reischauer

  1. My condolences to Dave’s family and friends. I have such great memories of the time we spent together in high school – he was just a lovely person and is gone too soon.

  2. I am with you in spirit during this time. so many great memories growing up and then the times David and Pat spent in Arizona – especially last February! My heart and prayers are with you all!

  3. So sorry to hear about Dave been a friend for a long time will sure miss his smiling face and his humor part off the coffee group at Hardees God bless

  4. My sincere condolences. Dave was a good guy, had a great sense of being a good citizen, and fun to have conversations on any subject with. Best regards for his family.

  5. Jill and family: So sorry for your loss. I left David a FB message back a few months ago about his illness. I am so, so sorry. Take care. Love, Shelley

  6. I’m very sorry for your loss, Pat and for all of his/your family’s loss and also for all
    of his friends who lost him. Thinking of you and prayers, Pat and family.

  7. Oh the memories I have growing up with all of my cousins. But no one was like David. He sure has a special place in many hearts but none so special than to my dad. He talked often on how much he enjoyed spending time with David as a young boy. Teaching him to ski and buying him a sailor hat once he got up was told over and over. Until we meet again.

  8. So sorry for your loss! Dave and I were classmates. I remember him being a great guy back in school! Prayers for all your family!

  9. How sad to see such a fine man’s life cut so short. Dave was the real thing and he leaves a legacy that reaches far beyond his community of Virden. Our hearts hurt for his family and many friends. May God provide His comfort and leading.

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