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David Lee Emery,

Published On: Feb 03 2014 10:06:15 AM CST

David Lee Emery, age 61, of Madison, died peacefully on Wednesday, January 29, 2014 at William A. Middleton Veteran’s Hospital in Madison.

He was born February 18, 1952 in Madison the son of Emerald and Irene (Tschida) Emery.

David served in the U.S. Navy, serving on U.S.S. Kennedy, as well as others. He was an avid hunter and fisherman and enjoyed watching sports, especially the Packers and wrestling.

David is survived by his father, Emerald Emery; brother, Eric Emery; niece, Cara Caravello; nephew, Jonathan Emery; aunts; uncles; cousins; good friends, Bill and Karen, Ann, and Jim.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Irene Emery and grandmother, Edna Tschida.

A memorial committal service with military honors will be held in the spring at Veterans Memorial Cemetery in King, Wisconsin.

To view and sign this guestbook, please visit: www.ryanfuneralservice.com.

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