David Lynn Perrenoud (Pa Dave) of Fredericksburg, Texas passed away peacefully on August 24, 2021. He was born in Salt Lake City, Utah on March 14,1957 to Theo L Perrenoud and Alice Elaine Shohan Perrenoud. He was a master of many things and was a very unique man who had a gypsy heart and had so many wonderful friends and family. He did everything he ever put his mind to. He was a master carpenter, woodworker, fisherman, scuba diver, traveler, explosive expert, but the one thing he was the most was a superman! He taught by example to his children, grandchildren and many more.
He taught us that:
-Life isn’t easy
-A handshake is your word
-Seemingly impossible things can be accomplished
-Sometimes you have to think outside the box
-Lefty loosie, righty tighty
-Under promise and over deliver
-Be a listening ear
-When you are at peace there is nothing to fear
-Things are mind over matter
-Love is earned
-Laugh at a gag gift that was given to you at Christmas
-When we face trials, we have 2 choices
-When you can do everything in your power do it to prove you can do it
-Your children are the most important, No matter what else is going on
He taught us many, many more things because he IS a SUPER MAN!!! He will be greatly missed by all.
Dave is preceded in death by: His daughter Kari and his parents Ted and Alice
And survived by: His sister Kathy and Husband Sam Houston, brother Cal and wife Susan, brother Robert and wife Kathy and their families.
His children and grandchildren:
Bret and Chris and their children Westin and Shelby
Heather and Brian and their children Lily and Violet
Evan and Sara and their children Parker and Piper
Michael and Monica and his children Oliver and Adalynn
His stepmother Elsie Perrenoud and his longtime friend and former wife Debbie Perrenoud
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Dave’s memory to a charity of your choice.
Dave will be buried in Vernal, Utah a celebration of life will be held in Texas at a later date.
Graveside Services will be held Tuesday August 31 at the Rockpoint Cemetery at 11 AM meet at the Cemetery