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David Glen Boese

November 10, 1964 - June 25, 2019

David Glen Boese of Frisco, Texas passed away June 25, 2019 at the age of 54.  He was born November 10, 1964 to Gary Lyle Boese and Doylene (Porter) Boese in Tulsa, Oklahoma.  David was a graduate of Arlington High School in Arlington, Texas.  He majored in computer science at Stephen F. Austin State University in Nacogdoches, Texas with the class of 1987.  David married Brenda E. Hamilton on August 25, 2012 in Frisco, Texas.  He was Vice-President of Technology at Concentra for many years. David later focused on operating two Nothing Bundt Cakes bakeries that he owned with his wife Brenda. David enjoyed many outdoor activities such as hunting, fishing, and ranching.  He also loved to travel. David was of Christian faith.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Brenda Boese of Frisco, Texas; daughters, Ashley Terry and husband, Jordan of Mansfield, Texas, Mariah Sutherland and husband, Stuart of Wichita Falls, Texas, Shea Kells-Murphy of Frisco, Texas; father, Gary Boese and wife, Julie of Magnolia, Texas; mother, Doylene Boese of Bardwell, Texas; father-in-law and mother-in-law, Joe and Liz Hamilton of Wichita Falls, Texas; grandson, Kaid Sutherland; sisters, Pam Manganaro and husband, Carl of Livingston, Texas and Sandra Berneking and husband, Tim of Bardwell, Texas; brother, Steven Boese and wife, Jessica of Georgetown, Texas and a host of  nieces, nephews and other loving family and friends.

A memorial service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, June 30, 2019 at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North, Allen, Texas 75013.

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I had the privledge of working with David for several years at Weblink Wireless. We were not only coworkers, he was my friend. David was brilliant but unassuming. I could ask him stupid technical questions without worry. We'd have a good laugh but he would break things down to the remedial level for me (explaining where even a manager can understand). He was one of the most intelligent people I've ever known. But that didn't define David; he was a man of integrity, wit, humor and the salt of the earth. You'd be hard pressed to find a better man or friend than David. I only learned of the service today, July 3rd and am so sorry I missed it. He deserved to be honored. He was "family" at Weblink. We went dove hunting on several occasions. He was a much better shot than me. I'm torn apart at his loss and am so, so sorry for his family and us, his friends. Know that your son, husband, father and grandfather was as good as they come. I will miss him sorely but will see him again. God bless. Dennis Dennis Watts, July 3, 2019 We were deeply saddened to hear of the lose of David. Our Thoughts and Prayers are sent to you and your family. We pray Our Lord's loving arms surround you and the family with His peace and healing. Our Deepest Condolences, Gilbert & Melissa Ramirez, Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes, Preston & Lebanon
Gilbert & Melissa Ramirez, July 3, 2019 I had the privilege of working and interacting with David for a number of years until his departure from Concentra last summer. Level headed with a big heart. My sincerest condolences to his family and may God be with you and comfort you during this time. David Nissel, July 1, 2019 Although we did not know David personally, we have the pleasure of knowing his sweet Mother Doylene. Her eyes always have a sparkle in them when she talks about her kids. This tells us what a wonderful and great man he was. All of you are in our prayers. As Christians, we have the blessed assurance we will see our loved ones again.
Janice & Gary Wright, June 30, 2019 I'll never forget our first meeting. It was my interview with all the VP's in IS at one time. They kept asking me questions that made me think maybe I shouldn't join the IS department. At the end of the interview David asked me if I had any questions and I said is there something "I should know?" He then said "She's hired". He was and still is a "quiet soul". I can still see his head coming my way over the cubes - with his slow and sure gait. I miss you my friend. Jimmie Gibbons, June 28, 2019 I had the pleasure of working with David at Concentra. He was always easy to work with and was always willing to help or engage when needed. Love the side conversations about his ranch, his cake business and his family. He had such a calming spirit about him, especially in the midst of all the chaos at work. Such an early passing for a such a great guy. Everything in God's time and for His glory. Prayers to the family and all those grieving. Justus George, June 28, 2019 So very sorry for your loss. We will keep you and your family in our prayers. Paul and Jenifer Ward, June 27, 2019 I had too few interactions with David but the few I had revealed a few things about him. I saw him as a devoted husband, “gentle giant”, and giving of his time and energy. He seemed to be the type who would help someone with something not because they asked but because he saw the need and just jumped in there. I am truly sorry I did not get to know him better.
George Martin, June 27, 2019 Had the distinct honor and privilege of working with Dave for over a decade. He was many things; confident, quiet, thoughtful, smart, respectful. He was my boss for a couple of those years, and across all my years of having bosses, he was one of my favorites! Work life can be tough but Dave was one of the good guys; I absolutely looked up to him, he was a good role model during good times and not so good. I'm sad to see him leave this earth early, but know he made a big impact and is not forgotten. God please bless Dave and his family. Earl Clark, June 27, 2019 David is a man that I am proud to say was a friend. He was intelligent, wise, funny and helpful. He was my boss 3 or 4 different times at Concentra, and we always had a grin about it. Having breakfast with him and a couple of friends was easily a highpoint of any day. We will miss David greatly. My sincere condolences and prayers reach out to the family. May God give you strength and peace in these sad times. We are all better people, just for having known my friend, David. Terry Money, June 27, 2019 I had the pleasure of working with David for many years at Concentra. David was always laid back and always a pleasure to sit and talk to him whether it was about work related items, time at the ranch, time with Brenda and opening Nothing Bundt Cakes. David you will be missed! My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Dani Kendall, June 27, 2019 I truly enjoyed working with David at Concentra. We always ended up in the same break-out sessions at the Leadership Meetings, and after several years in a row, we started to joke about it! David was a very gentle and easy-going guy who was easy to talk to and laugh with. As fellow dog-lovers, we enjoyed sharing pics of our four-legged friends. After he left Concentra, I really missed seeing his smiling face in the deli in the mornings when I traveled to the corporate office. My thoughts and prayers are with his family. God's blessings and strength to you all in time of sorrow. Margot Barnes, June 26, 2019 Big guy, you will dearly missed, offer my sincerest condolences to family. Thoughts of positivity and prayers for family to get through this.
Kevin Watson, June 26, 2019 My prayers are with you and your family. I enjoyed working with David for many years at Concentra.  Loved seeing him in the mornings having breakfast at the deli.  He was so easy to just have an easy conversation about anything.  Just a solid guy who will be dearly missed.
Greg Gilbert, June 26, 2019 I was honored to work alongside David for many years. His quiet leadership was a rare commodity in an often chaotic workplace. His love of the outdoors seemed at odds with his career in technology, yet he always maintained the necessary balance between them. I ache with Brenda and their families at his passing. Seeya on the other side David. Brad Horine, June 26, 2019