David Alfred Bellinger 101 of Roseville, IL passed away Saturday June 17, 2017 at Roseville Rehabilitation and Healthcare in Roseville, IL. He was born September 25 1915 in Alexis, IL the son of Charles Lee and Laura (Mustoe-Johnson) Bellinger. He married Majel G. Bull on June 1, 1941 in the Methodist Church, Reynolds, IL. She preceded April 6, 2010.
He is survived by one daughter Patricia (Bill) Wainman of Roseville, IL; two grandchildren Brad (Jolece) Wainman of Smithshire, IL, and Gwen (Van) Thompson of Chillicothe, IL; 4 great grandchildren Makayla, and Jesslin Wainman, and Benjamin, and Alexis Thompson. One Brother Charles Bellinger of Reynolds, IL.
He was preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Gladys (Johnson) Bell
David lived in both Reynolds and Alexis, IL before moving to Roseville in 1950 where he worked for the Implement Dealership and then was a salesman for Bagley’s. David was a farmer. He also sold Pekin Insurance. David also served Roseville State Bank for 26 years. He was a teller, Loan Officer and also CEO, he was also on the board of Directors and He retired in 1983. He was a member of the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church.
Funeral service will be 11:00 am Thursday June 22, 2017 at the Wise Family Funeral Home in Roseville, IL. Family will receive friends one hour prior to service. Burial will be in Roseville Memorial Park Cemetery. Memorials may be made to the Walnut Grove United Methodist Church or Warren County Library Roseville Branch. Online condolences may be made by signing the guestbook at www.wisefamily-hooverhall.com . Wise Family Funeral Home in Roseville, IL is in charge of the arrangements.
Thursday June 22, 2017 ~ 10:00-11:00 a.m.
Wise Family Funeral Home Roseville, Illinois
So sorry to hear that Dave has passed away. We spent 20 years working together at the bank. I had great respect for him. My sympathy to all the family.
Dave was a very kind man and was always there in times of need to help people. Great business man and cared very much for his community and all of its residents. We will miss his smile and his kindness that he showed our family, many many times
So sorry for the loss of a great father, grandfather and great grandfather. The family will be in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
So sorry for your loss Patty. My prayers will be with you & the Family.
Dave was a true gentleman. He genuinely cared for the welfare of the people of the community, and he served the community well! Kind, generous and gracious are words that come to mind when thinking of Dave. He has reached his goal and is receiving his reward! Heaven rejoices at his entrance. We are praying for the family at this time of loss. God bless!
So sorry to hear of his passing. Enjoyed the visits we had when he was a patient at MDH.
So very sorry for your loss. You and your family are in my prayers.
Dave was a wonderful man to know, I was able to attend Illinois Banking School with him and we really got to know each other and what a great friend to have because of his strength and joy. May the Grace of God be with you and your family and blessings to Dave on his new path. -Larry I remember Dave as a kind and gentle man, who loved his wife and family greatly. How wonderful to have lived over 100 years! He is back with his sweetheart now. Blessing to Dave on his new journey and to all his family in handling the loss. I love you all. -Renee
Wainman families: Mark and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy in the loss of your dear dad, grandpa, and great-grandpa. It is always hard to let go someone you have loved so much, but he had a "life well-lived" and will surely hold fond places in your hearts. Always loved dear Majel as well. Think of their happy reunions now!! God bless his soul and all of you as you mourn.
To the family of Dave Bellinger, we extend our deepest sympathy. Dave was wonderful and special man. He was a man you could be proud to stand next to. This community has lost a great man, and morn the loss. Heaven rejoices for he has found his way home.
Pat, Bill & Family, Dave was a very gentle and caring human, always happy to see a person and visit. He had a very long and successful life. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
Both David and Majel were community contributors, who had a positive impact on all our lives. We hope there are enough good people to carry on for those gone before us. Our thoughts and prayers for you.
What a wonderful life he led.. Now he and Majel are together.
We would like to express our deepest condolences to the family of Dave Bellinger. We always had the greatest admiration and respect for Dave, and also his late wife, Majel, who was Linda's 2nd-grade teacher. They were both great contributors and supporters of the Roseville community. We hope Dave's family will find comfort in knowing that he and Majel are reunited in Heaven. May your loving memories bring you comfort.
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