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Ranger David Wilber passed away on February 10, 2019, due to a medical condition that caused a car accident, from which he never regained consciousness.
He was preceded in death by his wife of 45 years, Sherry Wilber and grandson Charles Allen Burpee.
He is survived by his son Vincent Wilber and granddaughters Harley Wilber of Walker, and Nichole Cushway of Grand Rapids.
His daughter Julie Block and husband Eric of Rockford, grandchildren Anna Burpee of Rockford and Randi, AJ and Nolan Block of Grand Rapids.
His daughter Christine Curley of Las Vegas and grandchildren, Hannah (and Jeremy) with great grandson, Christian, Aaron and Matthew (and Rachel) Curley of Grand Rapids, all three of whom he raised. He is also survived by grandson Samuel James Curley, of Atlanta.
And SO MANY friends!
He will be greatly missed by more people than we can count. He did business selling auto parts in Cedar Springs for about 40 years and touched the lives of so many with his generosity. Nearly everyone he knew, has at least one “Ranger” story.
There will be a service to remember Ranger Friday February 15, 2019, at Resurrection Life Church,3233 10 Mile Rd NE, Rockford, MI 49341. Visitation and refreshments from 4-6pm Service following. Officiated by Pastor Ed Snook.
In lieu of flowers, please consider contributing toward his final expenses or making a charitable donation, in his name to the Meijer Heart Center, which took such wonderful care of him in his final days.
Spectrum Health Foundation
25 Michigan St, Suite 4100 Grand Rapids, MI 49503, Grand Rapids MI 49503