David Granger

November 3rd

David W. Granger, 71, of Leesburg, Indiana, went to be with his lord and savior November 2, 2020 surrounded by loved ones.  He was born on July 3, 1949 in Brighton, Michigan, the son of the late Mary and Pastor Vern Granger.  He was the eldest of six siblings.  On July 29, 1972 he married Diane Gall, who survives.  A graduate of Prairie Bible College, Alberta, Canada, David studied music theory and youth ministry.  He served as a bus driver for Syracuse school corporation for 30 years retiring in 2017.  David was never without a project or adventure to keep him active.  A few of his many hobbies were racing, breeding and training sulky horses;  a classic car collector and enthusiast, and continuing throughout his life he was an active member of the gospel quartets: The Royal Sons, and The Followers.  He is survived by his son and daughter in law Daren and Andrea Granger of Warsaw, son and daughter in law Dallas and Kathleen Granger of Carmel.  Grandchildren, Matilda and Magnus Granger of Warsaw, and Austin and Madelyn Granger of Carmel.   Siblings Diane and husband Richard Cook of Elkhart, brother Daniel and wife Jane Granger of Elkhart, sister Jeanette and husband Tom Lantz of Syracuse, brother John and wife Deb Granger of Constantine, MI, sister Linda and husband Jeff Kercher of Goshen, brother Vern (Bud) and wife Jeanette Granger of Constantine, MI.  Father in law Jim Gall.  Sister in law Collen and husband Brad Arnsdorf.  David was preceded in death by his son Deven D. Granger, mother and father Vern and Mary Granger, and mother in law Wilma Jean Gall.  A viewing will be held on Friday, November 6, 2020 from 11-1 PM with a funeral service at 1 immediately followed with a graveside committal at the Hepton Union Church, 9266 W. Hepton Union Rd. Nappanee, IN.  The family has requested respectfully that all in attendance wear a mask.  In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Hepton Union Church.  Eastlund Funeral Home is handling arrangements.


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