Dale Walter Dahlenburg, 91, passed away on Sunday, February 13, 2022 at White Oak Health Campus in Monticello.
Dale was born on September 18, 1930 in White County, to the late Walter and Gladys (Demaray) Dahlenburg.
He met and married the love of his life, the late Ruth (Jennings) Dahlenburg, and they spent 58 years together. Ruth preceded in death December 24, 2011. They had many fun filled years with family, friends, church activities and travel.
Dale was a 1948 graduate of Reynolds High School. He enlisted in the Armed Forces of the United States July 26, 1953. Dale served in Germany and was honorably discharged from the Army July 4, 1953. Upon return from the service, Dale joined Dahlenburg Bros. and spent his working years in construction.
He was lifetime member of the St. James Lutheran Church in Reynolds, where he served as a deacon and church treasurer. He was also attentive to the maintenance needs of the church. Dale served on the REMC board for many years.
For the past several years he met for breakfast with the guys at USA restaurant in Reynolds for bantering and good fellowship. Grandpa Dale was a strong supporter of his grandchildren and great grandchildren in their sport en devours. He had a good natured sometimes dry witted sense of humor that was loved by everyone who knew him.
Surviving are four children, Susan (Steven) Kindig, Kirk (Tracie) Dahlenburg, Debbie (Bill) Morris and Julie (Mel) Denton. He is also survived by his youngest brother, Arnold Dahlenburg; ten grandchildren, Josh Dahlenburg, Katie Sherrick, Daniel Dahlenburg, Amy Snyder, Andrea Cosby, Nathan Morris, Kyle Denton, Robbie "Dale" Denton, Elizabeth Kindig and Evan Kindig; and 16 great grandchildren.
Visitation will be held on Friday, February 18, 2022 from 11:00 am until time of funeral service celebrating Dale's life at 12:00 pm at St. James Lutheran Church in Reynolds.
Burial will be follow at St. James Lutheran Cemetery in Reynolds with full military rites.
Memorial contributions are encouraged St. James Lutheran Church with envelopes available at the church.
Friends and family are encouraged to share a photo, a memory, or a message of condolence at www.springerfuneralhome.com