David Compeau

Obituary of David E. Compeau

David E. Compeau, age 76 of Glen Park passed away at his home Wednesday evening with his family by his side.

David was born June 27, 1942 in Watertown the son of Earl and Irene Burrows Compeau.  He graduated from General Brown Central High School.  He served in the US Navy from 1960 to 1964 and then served in the Naval Reserve until 1966.

He married Barbara J. Getman on August 21, 1965 at the Brownville United Methodist Church.  David worked as a truck-driver and safety officer at Seaway Motor Express, SMX Trucking and was co-owner of 3 Knights Enterprises.  After retirement he worked in sales at Gander Mountain.

Dave was very active in the Dexter United Methodist Church, was a Lay-Leader, helped start the Town ofBrownville Food Pantry, also was a life-time member and past Fire Chief and officer of the Glen Park Fire Dept. and was instrumental in designing and building the current Glen Park Fire Station.  He was also a member of Dexter American Legion and former member of the Masons.

He is survived by his wife Barbara and two daughters: Renee Kolb of Glen Park and Robin and Matt Brouty of Brownville.  Grandchildren include Derrick and Chelsea Kolb, Corrine Brouty, Kendall Kolb, Amanda Brouty and her fiancé Matt Julian.  A brother Gary Compeau of Vermont also survives.

He was predeceased by his parents, two sisters Susan Douglas and Linda Tapke.

A memorial service is scheduled for Saturday, March 30th at Dexter United Methodist Church at 11:00 AM with Rev. Sally Buyea officiating. He will be cremated.  Donations may be made to the Dexter United Methodist Church, Glen Park Fire Dept. or Hospice of Jefferson County.  Online condolences may be made to dexterfuneralhome.com.  Arrangements are through Johnson Funeral Home, Dexter.

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Memorial Service

11:00 am - 11:45 am
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Dexter United Methodist
210 W. Kirby St., <no data>
Dexter, New York, United States
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