David Paul Kalmoe
October 4, 1952 - July 17, 2020
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A private family service will be held at a later date.

David Paul Kalmoe was born on October 4, 1952 in Elgin, North Dakota. son of Reverend Clifford L. Kalmoe and Evelyn Kalmoe. He died peacefully on July 17, 2020 of natural causes after battling Parkinson’s Disease and Schizoaffective Disorder. David had resided at the Brewster Village nursing home center in Appleton, WI for more than…

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kristin mainville/Joyce Arndt left a message on August 29, 2020:
To one of the most loving men I have ever met! Fly with the Angels David! You were a VERY GOOD MAN to all of us!! You fought giants and found peace! Now you can rest in the hands of Jesus!
Kristin Arndt Mainville left a message on August 29, 2020:
David's Memorial Service: Service was BEAUTIFUL! It was very clear, how much that quiet, gentle, soul, had far from a quiet voice in terms of the impact he had on all who knew him. When Nathan gave his message(frequently getting tearful) it was made very clear, that Nathan paid NO ATTENTION to his Dad's struggles and short comings, why would he when there were COUNTLESS more reasons/ways that David helped to mold him into the GREAT man he is today! I am grateful my Mom was able to send a few words your way, at the end of the service. Her timidness, kept her words at a minimum, but ever since the day David had come into her life, on a daily basis, my mother spoke volumes on what a wonderful man he was! Not one bad word in 34 years EVER came out of her mouth about David! It was as though every sweet word that came out of his mouth, was music to her ears and peacefully cleansing. The David that I grew-up knowing, knew “NO hate, only love," this is what made him so special! That and one STELLAR handshake of course!🙏🏼 He will be greatly missed, but I know he is at peace now in heaven, this is why I tell my mom, “David will continue to be with you, for the rest of your life...now he is just your angel in heaven.”- Kristin (Arndt) Mainville-Joyce Arndt’s Daughter
Tom Mainville left a message on August 29, 2020:
My Condolences to David & his family. The first family event I went to with my (now) wife - I will never forget the first person to greet me at the door was David. He had a smile that lit up a room and was very welcoming. Made anyone he was in contact with feel at ease. I know he was very dear to Joyce Arndt - he will be missed!
Gary Borg left a message on August 28, 2020:
Sympathies to the family of David. I am a classmate from Marshall County Central High School and remember his sense of humor. He shall most certainly be missed. Rest in peace. Gary and Cindy Borg
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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