David chapman obituary| Has Died: David Chapman died April 21, 2021, at 66 years old. David was conceived May 2, 1954 in Corsicana to Lometa and Floyd Chapman.
His dad was a welder. Experiencing childhood in Richland with his siblings Stanley, Bobby Jo, and Johnny, they invested a great deal of energy hunting and fishing. His dad trained him to weld and how to function the homestead. Subsequent to going to class in Wortham, David went through two years at Navarro College prior to going to the Police Academy in Houston.
It was soon after turning into a cop that David met his better half Lynda. He got bit by a canine one evening while working, and went to the ER to have a lockjaw chance. Lynda was an attendant in the trauma center. They were hitched for a very long time and were honored with four youngsters: Lara, Brian, Johnny, and Rebecca. His kids and grandkids meant everything to him and he tried to tell them how glad he was of every one of them. David cherished his grandkids and needed to impart his interests to them, encouraging them to shoot, fish, and waterski. Because of all the security directions and illustrations he provided for his kids, they got a kick out of the chance to call him “Mr. Safety.” He adored serving his family.
David was with the Houston Police Department for a considerable length of time. Throughout the previous seventeen years of his profession, he was sergeant of the Burglary Apprehension Team (the BAT), which he appreciated without a doubt. He was glad for the achievements of this gathering of men. At the point when he wasn’t working, David did a ton of voyaging. He went on bike outings, travels, and excursions to Europe and Canada. He was additionally enthusiastic with regards to his hunting and fishing. He made every moment count and was adored by so many.
David was a functioning individual from Calvary Worship Center, which was his subsequent family. He adored this group of adherents. He experienced his confidence in God in his way to deal with life. The main thing to David was imparting the affection for God to everybody he met. He felt that he could do this by serving others, both in his profession and in his retirement. He wanted to have visitors and would do anything for individuals.
David leaves behind his girl Lara Chalmers and her youngsters McKenna and Cade; his girl and child in-law Rebecca and Luke Lewis and their kids Logan and Carter; his child and little girl in-law Brian and Toni Chapman and their child Layne; his sibling Bobby Jo Chapman; and various nieces and nephews.
To respect David’s life, his family has arranged a commemoration administration on Saturday, May 8, 2021 at 2 PM at Calvary Worship Center.
Game plans particularly for the Chapman Family by Corley Funeral Home.