David J. Taves, 68, JasperJune 22, 2020
David J. Taves, 68, of Jasper, died on Thursday, June 18, 2020, at his home in Jasper.
He was born in Ladysmith, Wisconsin, on Oct. 3, 1951.
He was an Army Ranger Veteran. He served from 1969-1977.
He was preceded in death by his Parents, James Werner and Elaine Taves; his sister, Pam Fisher; his uncles, Dana Blanchette, Tom Blanchette and Jim (Sue) Blanchette; his cousins James Blanchette, and Lisa Blowers; and his Grandma Gilbert.
He is survived by his wife, Linda Taves; his daughter, Rene Deno (Jason); his sons, James Taves, Jeffery Taves and Nathan Taves (Ellie); Grandchildren, Gavin, Jasmine, Alec, Nina, Robyn, Andrew, Shera, Mia and Elijah; great-grandchildren, Harmony & Dominic; his brother, Tony Taves (Theresa); two sisters, Lori Gardner (Doug) and Paulette Georgantas (Robert); Nieces, Amanda, Lainie, Elaina, Amanda and Amy; Nephews, Anthony, Alex , David, Christopher, Robert, Dominic and Jimmy Fisher; Cousins, Lori Ziliak (Bob) and Cathy Steel (Chris); Aunt, Diane McCormick; a brother-in-law, Keith Komorous (Nancy); and numerous cousins.
There will be no services or visitation.
Fuller Funeral Home (www.fullersfh.com) is handling arrangements.
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