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David W. Apland

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David W. Apland 1954 – 2008

David W. Apland was born in San Jose, Calif., Nov. 24, 1954. He was a long time resident of South Lake Tahoe, Calif. He met his wife Deborah in South Lake Tahoe and they were married in September 1982.

His gift to the world was his beautiful daughters, Jenae Apland and Leanna Apland. David was the owner of Apland Construction, a contracting company in South Tahoe.

He is also survived by his siblings Pam Sapena of Fremont, Carolyn Lundine and Randy Apland of Colorado, his mother Ruth Apland of Mexico as well as many nieces and nephews. His faith in God has carried him throughout his life on Earth, and he is now at peace in heaven with his father, Clarence Apland and his in-laws Bob and Verna Ragsdale.

A memorial service will be held at 2:30 p.m., Saturday, Feb. 9 at Harrah’s Tahoe Convention Center. Reception to follow and will be announced at the service. In lieu of flowers, people may send donations to Sierra Community Church in the name of David W. Apland. The family will be choosing a local crisis center to which these funds will be later donated.

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