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R. David Prock

R. David "Dave" Prock

Thursday, July 13th, 1944 - Thursday, March 14th, 2019
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R. David Prock
Dave Prock, age 74, of Gower, MO. passed away on March 14, 2019 at his sons home in Kansas City, MO. Graveside Services will be 12:30pm Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at the Leavenworth National Cemetery.
Dave “Bobby Dave” was born on July 13, 1944 in Kansas City, KS. He was a Vietnam Veteran serving from 1967-1968 in the United States Air Force. Dave was a loving husband and father and was also loved by his five siblings. He was a hard worker and his hobbies included caring for his Aquarium Fish and Bowling. Dave was preceded in death by his parents Fred & Gioja Prock, an infant sister Sheila May Prock, and an infant daughter, Gayle Lynn Prock. Survivors include his wife Sherryl Prock of the home, three children; Leslie Glitten and husband Ronald, David F. Prock and Daniel Prock and girlfriend Sarah Malekyar. Five siblings; sister Susan Orcutt, brother F. Kim Prock, Sister Pam Stone, Sister Jennifer Prock, and sister Dorothy “Dee” Marler. Five grandchildren; Adrianna, Lauren, Esther, Ronald Jr. (affectionately known as R.J.), and Amanda.
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    Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 | 12:30pm
    When
    Tuesday, March 26th, 2019 12:30pm
    Location
    Leavenworth National VA Cemetery
    Address
    150 Muncie Road
    LEAVENWORTH, KS 66048
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Kent Fockler

Posted at 02:21pm
My sympathy and condolences to the Prock family. I am greatly saddened by the passing of Dave. He was always a fun person to be around. I have very fond memories of him in Camdenton, at the home place on Ruby Avenue, and at the bowling alley. I recently had an old friend from Camdenton ask me, “Who was that guy you brought to my place back in the 60s that played poker with us and won all of my money?” Of course it was Dave. LOL

As time passes, relationships seem to fade as our lives become full of so many changes and issues. I last talked to David a few years ago, he seemed to be the same great guy I had known all of the years before. I am so thankful I talked to him and renewed a little of our old friendship.

Today I realize I have more days behind me, than I have days before me. For me the miles and years away from those I care about only seems to strengthen their memories. Those memories of the ones I enjoyed as friends helps to keep them young and alive in my heart and my soul. I shall miss Dave, but I will carry his wonderful memories with me forever!

Rest in peace Dave...

Nova Hart

Posted at 11:00pm
I have so many sweet memories of this guy. He loved to tease his sister Pam and I ( I was Pam's best friend all threw jr.high and high school and we are still good friends.) when we came in. He cared so much about his family, and always went out of his way for his younger sisters and brothers. He'd stop what he was doing to listen to silly teenage girls' problems, and would always offer advice and encouragement. It was a honor to grow up knowing this amazing person. Sending Prayers and Love to his family . Nova Kay Hart.
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