Noah Dehaven Obituary, Death – In Sarasota, Florida, Denver DeHaven, who was 86 years old, passed away in a calm and serene manner. He was the only child of Herbert and Mabel (Davison) DeHaven, and he was born on April 8, 1927 in Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. His mother’s maiden name was Davison. In 1953, he wed Doris Propst and began a life together as a married couple.
Mr. DeHaven spent the majority of his adult life in Sarasota, Florida, where he developed a successful career in sales while working for companies such as Maas Brothers, Cinderella Bootery, and Red Wing Shoes. He is currently retired. He was a devout member of what was then called the Tuttle Avenue Mennonite Church but is now called the Bahia Vista Mennonite Church. During his retirement years.
He spent some time living in both Harrisonburg, Virginia, and Boise, Idaho. His children, Robert (Gloria) DeHaven of Sarasota, Carl DeHaven of Thaxton, Virginia, Kathy (David) Carlson of Boise, Idaho, and Joyce (Tom) Ball of Glenwood Springs, Colorado, are the only ones who will carry on his legacy and honor his memory. He is also survived by his devoted grandkids, Meegan (Carlson) Pozzetta, Quinlan Stern, Rachel (Carlson) Hague, Elizabeth (DeHaven) Facciola, Lindsay Bal.
Noah DeHaven, Robert Carlson, Michael Ball, Sarah (DeHaven) Hall, and Seth DeHaven. Meegan (Carlson) Pozzetta was married to Robert Carlson, and Rachel (Carlson) Hague was married to Quinlan Stern. In addition, he has eight great-grandchildren who he is leaving behind. On Friday, July 5, 2013, from 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM, friends and family are invited to come to the Wiegand Brothers Funeral Home in order to pay their respects and express their condolences. On July 18, the burial and service at the gravesite will take place at Wesley Chapel in Winchester, Virginia. This will provide Mr. DeHaven’s family and friends the opportunity to come together and remember his life.