Baraboo-David A. Saunders, age 28, passed away on Sunday, December 9, 2012 from the results of a tragic automobile accident. He was born on May 30, 1984 in Madison the son of Joseph & Debra (Yager) Saunders. David was lifelong resident of the Madison area. He was presently employed with Sysco, Baraboo and prior to that a former employee of Village Hearth Bakery, Sun Prairie and for Budweiser Distribution, Sun Prairie. David was a wonderful worker and in his spare time was an avid Chicago Bears fan. He is survived by his mother & step-father, Debra (Michael Weihert) Fisher; his brothers, Patrick (Leigh) Thunder and Michael (Kim) Saunders; his maternal grandmother, Louella Lindenburg; his nieces, Maria Thunder & Jordan Thunder; other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service will be held on Wednesday, December 12, 2012 at 1:00 p.m. at the Cress Funeral Home, Sun Prairie. A time of gathering will be held on Wednesday at the funeral home from 12:00 (noon) until the time of service.
Cress Funeral & Cremation Service
1310 Emerald Terrace
Sun Prairie, WI
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david was in love with the bears and no matter i tried to get him to be a packer backer.he wouldnt budge i always had respect for david as my nephew and i will love him and miss him FOREVER LOVE YA DAVID UNCLE DON
As David's Half-Sister on Joesph Saunders' side, I wish I had been able to meet him face to face before we lost him so early. Amber (also his half-sister) and I mourn the lost of our brother. We shall cherish the times we did have to chat with him online and the long distance phone calls from a proud big brother to his little sisters.
Had good times talking to David. Most of all the Packers Vs. Bears smack talk. He could take it just as well as he gave it. Same with the Politics.
He was one of the hardest worker at Village Hearth. Ishman always came home talking about how hard he worked. He was a cool guy to hang at McGovern's with time to time. It was nice talking to him about cooking really cooking chicken. He will be missed and politics talk will never be the same
Dave was very outgoing and would talk to anyone. It was always a good time talking about the Bears with him. I had some great times with him. He always stood up for his views &beliefs. He was a very hard worker and always was very motivated in everything he did. Dave loved having a good time out and about with friends. You will be missed my friend.....Just for you Dave...GO BEARS.....
David was a very cool guy, despite he was a Bears fan, I still enjoyed his company. I loved to get him riled up on politics and boy could he go on for hours about that stuff. Very unique charm he had, but he was very charming.
David was very outgoing and fun to hang out with. I will miss all his crazy stories and our heart to heart conversations. He was truly a great friend and a great person to be around. He will be truly missed by all.
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