David Ray Cline, 73, of Mt. Vernon, IN passed away on August 26, 2021. He was born on August 22, 1948 in Fairfield, IL to Lowell and Leonna (Merritt) Cline.
David worked in the oilfield industry and was also a minister. He loved the Lord and his family. He also loved guns and hunting.
He was preceded in death by the love of his life, Sandy (Lancaster) Cline and daughter, Teresa Cline.
He is survived by his daughter, Crystal (Cline) Overton and her husband Jason; 3 granddaughters, that were his world, Madeline, Rebekah, and Hannah Underwood; brothers, Buddy and Lynn Cline; nieces Jennifer (Cline) and Tristan Johnson and Heidi Cline; great nephews, Remington and Hunter Klaffer; In-laws that became family, Special Sister Eve (Keith) Reisinger, Cathy (Scott) Thompson, Rick Collums, Stephen Collums, Alan (Tia) Collums, Bobby (Jane) Alldredge, nieces and nephews, Shawn (Dawn) Worman; Shannon Worman; Melinda (Robert) Medici, Kevin Phelps, Brandon (Devin) Blythe, Olivia (John) Burgener, Courtney (DJ) Nevil, Bob-bea Alldredge (Carson Graves) along with many other nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews that he always loved and enjoyed being around.
A Celebration of Life Ceremony will be at a later date but will be held at Life Tabernacle on Vogel Road in Evansville Indiana
Eve Reisinger says
There are no words to say how sad I am that David, and Sandy, and their daughter Teresa are all gone to heaven. It all seems like a dream. I always thought I would go before them, and when I would talk about me going, Sandy would burst out crying. She couldn’t stand the thought. We were so close, and David always called me his special sister. I miss them so much, and it is so hard to know that I will never get to talk to them again while on earth, I know we will meet again someday real soon. I want to always be ready, because we never know when he will make His return, and I sure don’t want to miss it, I have too many waiting for me. So until we meet again, I will always love and miss you, you took a part of me when you left.
Crystal Overton says
They all took a piece of me when they left. There’s not much left of me now and what is left is broken. I’m so lost without them. Love you Auntie.
Eve Reisinger says
I love you too, honey, and I am so sad for you. I never would have thought they would go before me. My heart hurts so much for you. All I can say is, pour into your 3 girls that you have. I know they are lost without them also. Always remember, God loves you, even if satan tries to convince you that He doesn’t. That’s satans job to deceive. He wants you not to trust God and go to hell with him, because that is where he is going. There is a reason for everything, when one gets to heaven we can ask God what it was. I love you, and my prayer is for you to serve Jesus. You would have the best testimony ever, and satan doesn’t want you to give it. Can’t you see that, Crystal?