Davidson Case

September 12, 1948 - December 28, 2021

Davidson Williams Case 73, died on December 28, 2021 with his family by his side in Kingwood, Texas. Dave was born September 12, 1948 in Sayre, Pennsylvania to Robert and Mary Frances Case. He had 4 younger siblings – Henry, Carolyn, Marshall, and Jonathan Case. They grew up in Scotia, New York. He was a determined young man who was an avid scrabble player, National Merit Scholar and a proud Eagle Scout.

After attending collage at Cornell University, he travelled to Dallas, Texas and was swept off his feet by Barbara Easley. They fell in love and married September 19, 1970. They had 2 children, Cynthia and Robert. Dave poured into his children by teaching them honesty, integrity, determination, service and the importance of family and respect for others. He was a successful business man with his job taking him to Concord, CA, Atlanta, GA, then back to Texas where he finished his career as Vice President of Allied Marketing. He was a hard worker and disciplined in all that he did. Dave inspired others to enjoy exercise such as running and biking and loved to challenge people in a game of Backgammon or Chess. Dave loved family vacations and enjoyed numerous scuba diving adventures, ski trips and time in the mountains at his home in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. He was a dedicated husband, proud father, entertaining “Uncle Dave”, adoring grandfather “Papa D”, loyal friend, and a genuine faithful Christian man.

Dave moved to Kingwood, Texas in in 2012 as he cared for his wife Barbara until the end of her days. He had many special times watching his “seven from heaven” grandchildren grow up in Kingwood. Dave then found love again after meeting Martha Greathouse in Colorado and they married on December 13th, 2014 at Kingwood Bible Church. They were involved in a small group there and made many wonderful friendships. Dave’s health declined and he moved into Village Greens of Kingwood. He was instantly loved by his caregivers and known for his kindness and optimism to everyone he encountered. Dave is survived by his wife, Martha, his daughter and son-in-law, Dr. Cindy and Cody Smoot, his son and daughter-in-law, Dr. Robert and Elaine Case, his brothers, Marshall and Henry, his sister, Carolyn, and his grandchildren, Will, Davidson, Casey, Kennedy, Jim, Ben, and Cory.

In Lieu of flowers, donations may be made to organizations that he and his family love and support:


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7 replies on “Davidson Case”

Shaheen Mohsin says:

Losing someone you love is like losing a part of yourself
My prayers are with you & your family to get through this difficult times ,carry on the best memories

Cheryl Garsee says:

To our beautiful Case and Smoot family, our love and continued prayers are with you.God will comfort and strengthen you in the days ahead. Our love to all, Maw&Paw

John Case says:

Remembering David for the summer he spent on our farm in Troy Pa. Having had no farm experience he adapted to our farm life and it was a pleasure having him help us.

Kathy Ireland says:

I had only known Dave briefly. He impressed me with his zest for life and his athleticism. Sending peace and love to his family. May you experience solace from fond memories of him.

Norma Del Castillo says:

Our deepest condolences to the Case and Smoot family. We at Village Green were beyond blessed to know and care for Mr. Case. Thank you so much for trusting us with your amazing, gentle dad. He has left a big void in Village Green but also wonderful memories.

Sherri Easley Morrison says:

I have such fond memories of cousin Dave from childhood visits and then family reunions in CO. His smile and kindness were always so welcoming. So sorry for your loss. Maybe Dave and my Dad Rex are having a wonderful reunion right now.

Lee Ann Stanley says:

To Cindy and Robert,
I had the honor of working with your father for over 10 years at Allied Marketing. He was a tremendous mentor to me and taught me so much in the Direct Marketing world. His spreadsheets were massive and filled with data and we would tape them together and line the hallway each month. He had a great mind, a great spirit, a kind heart and he would brag about you two and your accomplishments. I know his spirit, as well as Barbara’s, are alive in you two and in turn, you can pass along to your children.

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