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David Tellez

November 7, 1950 - October 3, 2021
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David Tellez age 70, of Findlay passed away Sunday, October 3, 2021 at his residence. He was born Nov. 7, 1950 in Crystal City, Texas to Jose and Erlinda (Maldonado) Tellez. His mother survives in Findlay. He married Joyce Ann Schey Sept. 11, 1968 and she preceded him in death Jan. 10, 2021.
David was a retired contractor and loved his pets.
He is survived by his sister Laura Tellez of Sacramento, CA and was preceded in death by a brother Steve Tellez.
At Dave’s request there will be no services. Online condolences may be shared at BayliffAndSon.com

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Born: November 7, 1950
Died: October 3, 2021

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Karen Snodgrass posted on 11/1/21

Dear Tellez family, Harry and I have so many fond memories of David and Steve from our days in Findlay. Heartfelt blessings and condolences to you all. Karen Snodgrass Toledo , Ohio

 

Barry Thompson posted on 10/28/21

Laura: So very sorry to learn of Dave’s passing.l didn’t really know him, I knew of him since he was in my brothers class and of course he was YOUR big brother. It’s funny that a small town like Findlay you still lose contact with people that were special. You were and still are a very special person. Again, deepest condolences to you and your mother. Barry

 

Bill Heidlebaugh posted on 10/27/21

Laura, I am sorry to read of your brother’s passing. I have recently lost two brothers and it is a sudden slap in the face to the reality of time passing by too quickly. Laura, you were in my class in the first of my 35 years of teaching and you have always been one of the most memorable of all of those students. I loved you, how could I not? Your smile, intelligence, leadership, work ethic, etc. we’re just exceptional. I have always wondered how things have turned out for you. Once again please accept my condolences and to your Mother also. If you get to Findlay get in touch. We’re old school—-still in the book.

 

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