David Clifton Dawson II  November 02 1942  November 24 2021

David Clifton Dawson II November 02 1942 November 24 2021

November 02 1942 November 24 2021
David’s Obituary David Clifton Dawson, II. was born in Baltimore, Maryland on Monday, November 2, 1942 to David Clifton and Yetive Virginia (Collison) Dawson. David was a veteran, a college graduate and a member of the Elvaton Baptist Church of Millersville. He retired from Safeway Grocery Store but continued working throughout the years. He was a faithful worker who dedicated his life to his faith and his family. He will be missed by so many. David is preceded by his parents, David Clifton Dawson and Yetive Virginia (Collison) Dawson. He is survived his wife, Betty Jean (Wade) Dawson of Glen Burnie; children, David W. Dawson (Melissa) of Glen Burnie and Susan J. Roth (Brad) of Glen Burnie; sister, Yetive Estelle “Mitzie” Routt (Gene) of South Carolina; grandchildren, Megan Leifholtz, Calli Dawson, Zachary Roth, Jacob Roth, Emma Roth, Luke Roth and Ethan Roth. Services and Interment will be private for the family only. A public celebration of life service will be announced at a later date. Read More

Our most sincere sympathies to the family and friends of David Clifton Dawson II November 02 1942 November 24 2021.

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Death notice for the town of: Glen Burnie, state: Maryland

death notice David Clifton Dawson II November 02 1942 November 24 2021

obituary notice David Clifton Dawson II November 02 1942 November 24 2021

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