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David Lee Bateman
Date of Death: June 20, 2011
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David L. Bateman, Sr. David Lee Bateman, Sr., 63, of Stephenson, Virginia, died Monday, June 20, 2011, at his home. Mr. Bateman was born in 1947, in Norfolk, Virginia, the son of the late David and Valerie Bateman. He was a retired self employed Real Estate Broker. Mr. Bateman received a Bachelor’s Degree in Business …
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public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
David Lee Bateman was definitely a true friend to me and I will always remember him in so many ways. Richard and I had the pleasure of talking to David on June 9th to tell him how much we appreciated him. We didn't talk often but when we did, it was going to be a lengthy conversation. David helped me out and was my big brother, my protector, and a large teddy bear when I needed him. We always shared stories of our families and had many laughs. He loved his children and especially Angela. David and I shared one story and that was that we would always enjoy seeing a full moon and said that one or the other would be howling at the moon and think of each other when we saw it. Now I know that David is smiling and he will always shine like the Moon. David, rest in peace. Your friend, Debbie Epperson
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
David was one of my best friends. He would never do you wrong. He and I met in 1971 when he worked for a Porsche dealership in Richmond. I bought a car from him, and we became close friends from then on. He came to my home for many years, and we hunted together. I could tell so many stories of our adventures. He was a novice hunter in the beginning, and everything he saw in the woods excited him. He had so many stories to tell after a day of sitting in a tree stand, especially about bears. I loved to hear him tell those stories, with all the enthusiasm he exuded. Gosh, I'm going to miss him! Randy Edwards
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
Most people know David Lee Bateman, Sr., as an avid hunter, an outdoorsman, and a man who more than exercised his Second Amendment right. And while he was all these things, he was more to me...he was my Uncle David. Sure, we don't have the same last name, but he is part of my family, from scruffy beard to clean-shaved. He was always so warm and inviting and easy to lose time in a conversation with him. His heart was as big as his trophy collection. He loved his wife, my Auntie Angela, and his children, Jared and Lindsey. I have so many fond memories of Uncle David that it would take a book to list them all. He is in a much better place now, watching over and taking care of us just as he did when he was here with us. I will truly miss him. I love you, Uncle David. -Declan McGinty
public.user left a message on January 30, 2013:
DAVID ALWAYS HAD A JOLLY WAY ABOUT HIM AND COULD QUIP ABOUT EVEN THE WORST OF TIMES. I DID NOT KNOW DAVID THAT WELL, BUT WHEN I WAS IN HIS COMPNAY I ENJOYED HIM VERY MUCH, HE HAD A WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMOR AND CALMESS ABOUT HIMSELF. WE WILL ALL MISS HIM. MAC MCGINTY FRIEND FOR OVER 25 YEARS
Debbie D. Epperson left a message on June 24, 2011:
David Lee Bateman was definitely a true friend to me and I will always remember him in so many ways. Richard and I had the pleasure of talking to David on June 9th to tell him how much we appreciated him. We didn't talk often but when we did, it was going to be a lengthy conversation. David helped me out and was my big brother, my protector, and a large teddy bear when I needed him. We always shared stories of our families and had many laughs. He loved his children and especially Angela. David and I shared one story and that was that we would always enjoy seeing a full moon and said that one or the other would be howling at the moon and think of each other when we saw it. Now I know that David is smiling and he will always shine like the Moon. David, rest in peace. Your friend, Debbie Epperson
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Randy Edwards left a message on June 24, 2011:
David was one of my best friends. He would never do you wrong. He and I met in 1971 when he worked for a Porsche dealership in Richmond. I bought a car from him, and we became close friends from then on. He came to my home for many years, and we hunted together. I could tell so many stories of our adventures. He was a novice hunter in the beginning, and everything he saw in the woods excited him. He had so many stories to tell after a day of sitting in a tree stand, especially about bears. I loved to hear him tell those stories, with all the enthusiasm he exuded. Gosh, I'm going to miss him! Randy Edwards
Declan Chandler McGinty left a message on June 24, 2011:
Most people know David Lee Bateman, Sr., as an avid hunter, an outdoorsman, and a man who more than exercised his Second Amendment right. And while he was all these things, he was more to me...he was my Uncle David. Sure, we don't have the same last name, but he is part of my family, from scruffy beard to clean-shaved. He was always so warm and inviting and easy to lose time in a conversation with him. His heart was as big as his trophy collection. He loved his wife, my Auntie Angela, and his children, Jared and Lindsey. I have so many fond memories of Uncle David that it would take a book to list them all. He is in a much better place now, watching over and taking care of us just as he did when he was here with us. I will truly miss him. I love you, Uncle David. -Declan McGinty
ANDREW MCGINTY left a message on June 27, 2011:
DAVID ALWAYS HAD A JOLLY WAY ABOUT HIM AND COULD QUIP ABOUT EVEN THE WORST OF TIMES. I DID NOT KNOW DAVID THAT WELL, BUT WHEN I WAS IN HIS COMPNAY I ENJOYED HIM VERY MUCH, HE HAD A WONDERFUL SENSE OF HUMOR AND CALMESS ABOUT HIMSELF. WE WILL ALL MISS HIM. MAC MCGINTY FRIEND FOR OVER 25 YEARS
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