Carroll David Mavis

November 30, 1930 ‒ January 18, 2020

Fredericktown, Ohio

C. David Mavis, age 89, of Fredericktown, Ohio, passed away on January 18, 2020 at his home. He was born on November 30, 1930 in Mount Vernon, Ohio the son of David Blyston and Grace (Reams) Mavis.  David proudly served in the United States Air Force during the Korean Conflict.

He is survived by his wife, Lou, a son, Brad, daughter, Amanda (Jay) Cornmesser, granddaughters, Claire and Caroline Cornmesser, brother-in-law Ben (Helon) Gragg and numerous nieces and nephews.

Besides his parents he was preceded in death by a brother, Harold (Genevieve) Mavis and two sisters, Helen (Howard) Banbury and Dorothy (Aaron) Loney.

Private services will be held at a later date.  The Snyder Funeral Home of Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of C. David Mavis.

Memorial contributions in David’s name may be made to the charity of one’s choice.

To share a memory or leave a condolence for the family, visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

 

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  • You and Dave have been the best neighbor, friend and family we could ever ask for. RIP Dave, will miss you deeply.

  • Have hope in tomorrow, have faith in the everlasting, and take comfort in the love of friends and family.
    You’re in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Amanda and Family,
    I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your father.
    I pray that God will give you peace in your sorrow at this time.
    My thoughts and prayers are with you and
    your family.
    Sincerely

  • Our condolences to your family. Dave was a wonderful man and will be dearly missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Lou and Family

    So sorry for your loss; I know you have such wonderful memories of your life together. I am so glad we ran into you at the store last week.

    God bless you all in the days ahead.

    Marilyn and Ray Bell

  • Amanda and Family,

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. Cherish the time and memories you had with him and celebrate his life…

    Bob and Linda
    Edmond, Ok

  • So sad to hear of dave’s passing. what a wonderful kind man. He will always have a special place with our family.

  • Dave was a great man, he always wore a smile and it was always apparent what a caring loving man he was. We will miss you uncle Dave.

  • Lou,
    I am so sorry to earn of Dave’s passing. So many great times when Dave worked out with (his girls) at Jazzercise. He was well loved. Prayers.

  • Lou,
    I am so sorry for your loss. You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers.
    Love,
    Peggy and Buddy King

  • Amanda, Lou and family,
    My deepest sympathy for you all. Dave was such a kind man. He was well loved and will be greatly missed.
    Love,
    Angie Knapp

  • I worked with Dave at New Hope School. He was always kind and upbeat. He loved the children and was always patient with them. He was also a prankster if I remember correctly! Good memories, thanks Dave.

  • Lou, I am so sorry for your lost. Remember, , he will always be in a very special place in your memories and the love you shared.

    Mahala

  • Mrs. Mavis, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your husband. May God comfort you like only He can.

  • Mrs. Mavis so sorry for your loss!! Prayers for you and your family!! Psalm 39:7 And so where do I put my hope my only hope is in you Lord.

  • So very, very sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. I’m like so many others whose life is brighter because our paths crossed.

    I’m so grateful for good memories–his smile while sharing stories of local history; his pride when he spoke about his family, the twinkle in his eye when he spoke about the love of his life, Lou, “the smartest thing I ever did was marry a librarian–and a cute one at that!” and his supportive wink as he lapped me at PT.

    Sending our love, hugs and prayers to Lou, Brad, Amanda and family –Linette & Randy

    “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.”
    —Maya Angelou

  • Dear Lou and family, I want to extend my sincere sympathy to all of you. I am so sorry for your loss, and my thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Sincerely, Sandy Riley and children.

  • We were so very saddened to hear of Dave’s passing.
    May the Lord comfort you and give you peace in this time of Sorrow.

    Terry and Pam Hissong
    Hissong Electric

  • My deepest sympathy for your loss, Lou. Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers. Karen Refeld-Wunderlin

  • Lou, we are so sorry to hear of Dave’s passing. May you find comfort in knowing what a devoted wife you were.
    He will be sadly missed. You are in our thoughts and prayers🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻

  • So very sorry for your loss, May God comfort you and your family and know your in everyone’s prayers🙏🏻, Wendy Wagner

  • Mrs. Mavis, Amanda and Brad,

    I’m afraid I just learned of your husband and dad’s passing. I am heartbroken for all of you as it was evident to me the love he carried for all of you and his beloved granddaughters.

    Your husband/dad came into my life during one of the darkest periods of my life and showed me such compassion that I will never forget. He felt more like an extension of my family more than my landlord.

    I will cherish my memories of him, including one of the last physical ones where he met my weeks-old daughter for the first time almost 6 years ago as well as the Christmas card updates we would exchange over the years since I moved from Mt. Vernon.

    You all are in my thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. What a special man he was and how my life is better for having known him.

    Much love,
    Kathleen Knipp