David M. Chase, 65, of Richardson, died on Tuesday, Aug. 21, after a long illness.
Chase was born in Milwaukee, Wisc., on April 27, 1942, to Victor and Helen (Voight) Chase. He graduated from Milwaukee University School in 1960 and went on to obtain a degree in accounting and business law from the University of Arizona, graduating from there in 1965.
After graduation from college, Chase worked for Fiebing Chemical Company in Wisconsin. He moved to Dallas in 1971, where he worked for Fiebing for several more years, until ill health forced him to retire.
Chase was an active member of the Lincoln Car Club of Dallas, the Cathedral of Hope and the Men’s Book Club.
He is survived by his two brothers and their wives, Richard and Nancy Chase, and Roger and Phyllis Chase; and by several nieces and nephews.
The family offers special thanks to the Village at Richardson Nursing Home and friends Robert Voelkle and Eric Johnson for the care and concern they showed Chase in the last six years of his life.
No service is planned at this time.
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This article appeared in the Dallas Voice print edition August 31, 2007