David John Anger
April 1, 1974 - June 7, 2003
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Anger, David John Neenah Age 29, passed on to his Heavenly Home on June 7, 2003. He was born on April 1, 1974 to John and Debra Anger in Green Bay. Dave‚Äôs father predeceased him in 1976 when Dave was the tender age of two. He was a 1992 graduate of Appleton East H.S. Dave…

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John Gavelek left a message on April 6, 2009:
I remember Dave as a paperboy-he was outgoing and friendly. I am sure he will be missed by all who knew him. Please accept my sympathies. John Gavelek
Randy Ellerman left a message on April 6, 2009:
I had the pleasure of knowing Dave when we worked together. Dave was bright, funny and unafraid to share his feelings. We had some long talks that I will remember. He is gone much too soon.
Bonnie Tesch left a message on April 6, 2009:
We were neighbors a long time ago on Floral Drive. So sorry to hear of your loss. God Bless You All..
Deb - - Mama left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dave was my one and only first-born son and I loved him since before he was even born. I used to tell him, " I love you Dave. I always did, and I always will." On the Wednesday before he died, I was able to tell him these things, and he gave me a big, warm hug. On the Morning of Saturday June 7, I told him these things again, for the last time. I had a chance to hold him and kiss him and pray for him. I begged God to grant him the peace he longed for and deserved. His humor was his defining feature, he was George Bush, Bill Clinton, Dana Carvey, Orv, or anyone else he chose to be. He could crack up total strangers, he could run in slow motion, and had the funniest answering machine messages I have ever heard. He loved baseball, and I loved watching him pitch. I always sat behind home plate so I could tell just ho inaccurate the Ump really was. Once I watched him Ump a little league game, and it was the only time I actually knew what the count was. He loved his kids and had a genuine compassion for others. He was devistated by torment, and worked so hard to cope. He searched for a soulmate, and sadly never found her. I know that he is now at peace and my big problem is . . . I am not. I'll never need to holler "D-A-A-A-A-V-A-D" again. Nor hear him answer, "W-H-A-A-A-T-T-T?" So just like I always told Dave, I'll always love him, and I mourn for all lost opportunities.
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Kevin Kobiske left a message on April 6, 2009:
I have known Dave ever since we were kids, Dave and I we spent alot of time together growing up as kids from grade school all the way through High school. We did alot of stuff together such as go to the movies, ride our bikes, bowling, throw the football around and played alot of baseball, he loved baseball, infact he always cared enough to give me a call and help him practice his pitching or just hit the ball around or play a little game or 2. Ever since I knew him his dream was to be a major legue Baseball player. Another thing he was always good at was he could make laugh, almost every time I was with him He always had somthing funny to say.
Peg and Dave Kobiske left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dave will be missed by the entire Kobiske family. We each have a favorite memory or story to tell. I think my Dave would tell of the time he took Chad, Kevin and Dave fishing. Dave A.would talk to all of the other fisning boats that came by them saying some really funny things. Not many fish were caught that day. I remember when Dave would call our house I knew it was him I just didn't know who he was going to be. One time he was a roofer trying to sell me a new roof. It was the funiest phone conversation I have ever had. Dave will always be in our hearts.
Peg and Dave Kobiske left a message on April 6, 2009:
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Tami Aumend left a message on April 6, 2009:
I used to work with Dave at Tel Mark, he was always there to make me laugh. We shared a lot of simular interests and found ourselves dealing with a lot of the same problems, and it was always nice to talk to Dave about it. He had a great way of adding some funny sarcasim to anything depressing and making you feel better. He was a great father who loved his kids, and a friend you could always count on to make you smile no matter what. I wish I would have had the chance to say Good Bye. He will be greatly missed by a lot of people who he touched for a life time.
Chad Kobiske left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dave Anger A.K.A - DANGER I have known Dave and his family for nearly 25 years. Dave and I spent almost every day of our childhood together annoying our parents, neighbors and teachers to the point of insanity. Dave always had dreams of playing on professional baseball team or doing stand up comedy. Most of us grew up with someone that they considered to be their "best friend", Dave is the only person that I've ever known that still used the phrase at the age of 29. I have enough stories to tell about Dave but they only allow me to use 1000 charactors to sign the guestbook so I will just tell one...When we were about 10 years old, we found a beehive in his parent front yard so we decided to grab some badminton rackets and knock the bees down. After the bees were on the ground rolling around kicking their little legs, we proceeded to superglue their poor little wings to a 2X4 and then just stand there and laugh, I don't think Deb was very impressed but I do remember squeezing a giggle out of her. Dave and I helped eachother through alot of difficult situations and we were able to cheer eachother up when we were down. Dave Anger and the memories that I have will forever be burned in my mind. Dave I know your looking at us right now with those 1978 Nunn Bush Boxtoe eelskin insole and penguine heel shoes with the brass buckle acting like you look cool or something, I just want to say that you know that I always loved you like a brother, say Hi to your dad. Yeal Yeal Yipper Yeal, flipper!!! P.S. If anyone has any questions or wants to talk, please feel free to send me an email.
David Thews left a message on April 6, 2009:
I am very sorry to hear that Dave has passed away. I have great memories of the time I spent with Dave(bad haircuts at Deb's house, cruising the ave, trying to dunk, unsuccessfully), he made people laugh wherever we went. My family and I will pray for him and the loved ones that he left behind.
Rachel Gavelek Konkle left a message on April 6, 2009:
David was my family's paper carrier when I was in grade school, and we met again at East. I had not heard much about him since leaving Appleton but was shocked and saddened to hear of his death. I remember him as such a friendly and outgoing guy! Please know that I am thinking of David's family and friends during this difficult time.
Christy Kapp Amour left a message on April 6, 2009:
Dear Debbie, I was so sorry to read about your son's passing in the newspaper. Although we have lost touch over these many years since grade school and high school, I have thought of you often. I remember reading about your first husband's passing and thought how difficult it must have been for you. I hope your mother is doing well. My mother still lives in the same house. She is 82 and still going strong and travels frequently. I think about our early years whenever I go past your old house on Spring Street. I live in Appleton across from Pierce Park. I married my second husband 4 years ago and together we are raising his now 12 1/2 year old son Joshua. Who thought I would become a mother at age 50. I know how devastated I would be if we lost Josh. My heart goes out to you. I am in the phone book under Christy Amour. Again, my deepest sympathy to you and your family. Christy
dan sericati left a message on April 6, 2009:
I just wanted to say that I am sorry to hear that Dave has passed away. Through High School I would socialize with him and would go to events that we would hang out and have a good time. Dave had a very big heart and ment well with everything he did. I will, and Im sure many others will greatly miss him. We had lost track of each other throughout the past few years, but the time we spent hanging out together will not be forgotten. Please inform me when any services will be held, I would like to say my good byes. Take care, God Bless, And if there is anything thaty I can do, please ask. Dan Sericati
Kelly Salaman left a message on April 6, 2009:
Our family sends the deepest heartfelt symothy of your loss of a truely good friend. David had spent some time with our mother Lynda, helping her pass each day with a friendly smile and kind words. David was also an intricate part of my brother Scott's past, at a pivital point in his life, and proved to be a very true friend offering support and honest concern. We are glad to say that we all shared David in our existance. Kelly, Scott, and Lynda Salaman
Dale Fischer Convergys Corp left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the family of Mr David Anger: My Namw is Dale Fischer, I worked With David at Convergys Corp on my Program,and Daivd was a great addition to the team,plus he was a very funny guy as well.We became good friends. Plus we also worked together at the Packer games,and I know how much David loved the Packers. David will be missed greatly by all of us at Convergys Corp (Brasseler USA) May God bless his family
Marc-André Perreault // Convergys left a message on April 6, 2009:
To the familly of Mr. Dave Anger, I wish you my deepest sympathy. Dave was a very respected young man and will deeply be missed. May God bless all of the familly and friends...
Ned Johnson left a message on April 6, 2009:
As we all know, Dave had a wonderful gift of humor. His exprssions, his voice impressions, and just his nack for telling a joke made him the funniest guy i know. I played baseball with Dave for 4 years. I was not only friends with him on the field, but off the field as well. The most memorable moment with Dave was the night He called me up to come over, and showed up to my door as Bob Roberts. He was dressed in a brown polyester suit with some old brown shoes, a tight brown sweater vest, a brown striped tie, and his hair slicked back with some hair wax. His line that night was "I'm Bob Roberts, American Family Ins. I sell auto, home, and life." Dave will always hold a special place in my heart. He will never be forgoten and his stories will be forever remembered. -Ned Johnson
Dick L. & Phyllis A. Wereley left a message on April 6, 2009:
We are so sorry. David was a special nephew and he will be sadly missed. Love, Dick & Phyllis.
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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