David Alan Imig

David Alan Imig, 84, of Duncan, South Carolina, passed away on Tuesday, August 10, 2021. David was born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin on March 13, 1937, and is the son of the late Kurt and Virginia (Jones) Imig. David graduated from Central High School in 1955, and was later employed by Hayssen Manufacturing (now BW Flexible Systems) for 46 years where he began his career in Sheboygan, and later moved with the company as they relocated their operations to Duncan, South Carolina.

He is survived by his wife of 20 years, Sarah (Ditmore) Imig, his three children – Gary (Christina) Imig, Wendy (James) Spangenberg, Lori (Paul) Jochimsen, their mother – Jean (Anderson) Imig, his eight grandchildren: Paul and Drew Imig; Derek and Kelly Chapman; Cole, Duncan, Evan and Hope Jochimsen; and six great grandchildren.

He enjoyed golfing, fishing and traveling during his free time.  His kind and free spirit will be dearly missed.

The family requests in lieu of flowers, that donations be made in David’s name to the American Heart Association and the Humane Society.

Condolences to the family of David Alan Imig

  • David will be forever missed. He had a kind heart and an infectious laugh with a great sense of humor. I know he is dancing with the angels. My thoughts and prayers go out to Sarah and family. May they find comfort in knowing David is with our Lord.

  • Deloris Beck
    3 years ago

    SARAH , my prayers are with you , love Deloris Beck

    • Dear Sarah, You are in my prayers. Praying that God will comfort you in this time and that it gets easier each day. Dave was such a fun coworker. He brought great joy wherever he went. He will be greatly missed by many people, and I know he will be missed the most by you. May the peace of God be with you and may your thoughts be filled with sweet memories of Dave.

  • Andy Slettum - Work Friend of Sarah
    3 years ago

    My thoughts and prayers go to the Imig family. I hope you find peace in this difficult time. Sarah had shared many stories that portrayed Dave that always looked the the brighter side life. May that be a lesson for us all to remember and live as Dave did. Thanks for that gift Dave and you will be missed.

  • John Koke - Work friend of Sarah
    3 years ago

    Our families thoughts and prayers are with the Imig family. Sarah your heart and passion for David both as the man you married and the soul mate you cared so well for to the very end… was obvious to all of us. May you find God’s peace in all of this. So appreciate your heart and example!

  • Gary Mastroberti
    3 years ago

    My prayers are for God’s comfort for the Imig family. I worked with Dave a while back and I have great respect for him. He was always easy going and helpful. I know he will be greatly missed by all. May the grace of God comfort you in this distressing time.

  • Our families thoughts and condolences to Sarah and the Imig family. Dave was a wonderful person who always had a smile and kindness to offer. I am grateful for the time I got to know him.

  • Debbie Barnard
    3 years ago

    Sarah & Family, My heart Aches for your loss. Dave’s sense of humor and smile made a lasting impression on me. I can’t help but smile when I think of him. You have been in my thoughts and prayers everyday, and have my sincere condolences. Debbie & Carl Barnard

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