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David Scott Dienes, 51, of Lexington, passed away on Wednesday January 06, 2016 at the Hinkle Hospice House in Lexington. David was born on October 05, 1964 in Fayette County, Pennsylvania to Marion Miller Dienes and the late William Richard Dienes.
David worked as a electrical contractor in commercial construction and attended Macedonia United Methodist Church in Lexington. He loved traveling and going to the beach with his family and working in his vegetable garden.
He is survived by his wife of 23 years, Patricia Dienes of Lexington; a daughter, Jaclyn Dienes of Winston-Salem; a son, David Scott Dienes and wife Cori of Walberg; a step-son, Raymond Nulph of Las Vegas, NV; his mother, Marion Eileen Combs and husband Howard of South Charleston, OH; a brother, Richard Allen Dienes and wife Debbie of Lancaster, OH; and two grandchildren, David Leonardo and Roman Anderson.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday January 9, 2016 at 2:00 PM at Macedonia United Methodist Church (10890 NC-8, Lexington, NC 27292) conducted by Pastor Randy Blanton.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury is serving the Dienes family. Online condolences may be made at www.carolinacremation.com.
mary agosta says
Eileen so sorry to hear about your loss. take care my friend and may God bless you and yours
Mick and Carole Moore says
We are praying for you and your family.
Love and Prayers Mick and Carole
Robin Rudy Key says
Eileen I’m am so sorry to hear about David, my heart is breaking for you right now, I pray the Lord will comfort you and your family through this time of deep pain and sorrow. John 14 1-3
I love you!
Elaine Fosbrink says
Dear Eileen, so sorry to hear this bad news.So sorry for your loss.May he rest in peace in the arms of our Savior. Love you,dear friend
Donna Fosbrink says
To all of my family: My sympathy and prayers are with you all. I’m sending my love from Pennsylvania and truly hope that you can feel it. I will forever cherish memories of Dave when we were kids. I know that he will be missed but just remember that we will all be together again one day and until then may he rest comfortably with our Lord and Savior.
Jerry & Helen Russell says
My heart aches for you all dear family. Wish I could be with you. Praying for the peace only the Good Lord can bring you. Love to you all.