David Twine Obituary, Death – David Leon Twine, who was 74 years old and lived in Wilmington, Ohio, passed away at the Clinton Memorial Hospital in Wilmington, Ohio, in the morning of Tuesday, December 6, 2022. David Leon Twine was a resident of Wilmington, Ohio. His birthday is April 8th, 1948, and he was born in the city of Port William, which is located in the state of Ohio, in the United States. In Reesville, Ohio, on January 9, 1969, he wed Betty Ann (Peters) Twine. The ceremony took place. The ceremony proceeded as planned. On June 18, 2007, she passed away after a valiant battle against cancer that lasted for a very long time. They had been married for a combined total of 38 years when that moment in time came around.
In addition to serving in the Army of the United States of America during the Vietnam War, he had prior experience working for Hood Packaging as a truck and automobile technician. In addition to that, he had served in the United States Army during that time period. In Wilmington, North Carolina, he served his country in the military and became a member of the V.F.W. Post 6710 in addition to having previously been a part of the Wilmington Eagles Lodge #1224. Additionally, he was a member of the American Legion Post #49 in Wilmington, which was located in the city of Wilmington.
David was predeceased by his parents, his wife, his brother Dale Twine, and his sister Janet Bean. In addition to David’s parents and his wife, David was also predeceased by his brother Dale Twine. David and Janet Bean were married for a while. In addition, David’s wife predeceased him when she went away.
On the evening of Friday, January 6, 2023, David’s loved ones and close friends will gather at the Adams Township Hall, which is located at 389 South Beechgrove Road. The event will start at three in the afternoon and go on until five o’clock in the evening. Full military honors will be presented at the funeral service that will be performed at the request of the family in the New Maple Grove Cemetery in Port William, Ohio. The Wilmington American Legion Honor Squad will be in charge of providing these honors. The funeral and burial service will take place anywhere the family decides is appropriate for them.