Orange City, Iowa
March 9, 2016
David Eisma, 60, of Orange City, Iowa, passed away Wednesday, March 9, 2016, at Orange City Area Health System.
Funeral service was Monday, March 14, at Immanuel Christian Reformed Church, Orange City, with interment in West Lawn Cemetery, Orange City.
David Michael was born Feb. 11, 1956, in Canton, South Dakota, the son of Eugene and Betty (Veldman) Eisma. He was raised in Inwood where he attended a Christian school and graduated from Western Christian High School in Hull.
On July 27, 1979, he married Jayne Oliver in Visalia, California. They lived in Visalia and Sioux Falls and Custer, South Dakota. In October 1995, they moved to Orange City. He was a master plumber. He was employed at Caswell Plumbing and Heating in Inwood and for 17 years at Visser Brothers Plumbing and Heating in Orange City.
Survivors include his wife; two sons, Derek Eisma and Kenton Eisma, both of Orange City; two grandchildren; his parents of Inwood; four brothers, Daniel (Rita) Eisma of Omaha, Nebraska, Douglas (Shellie) Eisma of Edgerton, Minnesota, Dean (Nancy) Eisma, of Rogers, Arkansas, and Damon (Kirsten) Eisma of Luverne, Minnesota, and many nephews and nieces.
He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Sipke and Jenny Eisma and Henry and Tena Veldman; and an infant brother, Derek Eisma.