David Michael Fields

David Michael Fields
October 29, 1946 – May 3, 2017

David Fields, 70, of Bryan, joined the Lord on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, in Bryan, TX. David’s family will receive guests from 2 pm until the time of service at 2:30 pm on Sunday, May 7, 2017 at the funeral home of Callaway-Jones. Mr. Warren Pustejovsky will officiate the service. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

David was born in Bay City, Texas to Raymond and Loreta Fields. He and his wife Joyce Elaine Green have shared almost thirty years of marriage and in this union have raised three daughters, Lara, Amanda, and Jessica. After retiring from a successful career with the US Postal Service, David found his love of candle making, and with Joyce, he founded The Candle Box Shop in College Station. He enjoyed traveling to Alaska, London, Paris, and especially Fredericksburg, Texas. David always enjoyed being in the kitchen cooking for his family. He was an avid reader of both fiction, as well as his bible, who inspired the girls to enjoy discovering the unknown through reading. His wife says she will miss watching movies with David as they enjoyed this time together. David was proudest of his family as husband and father. He was a devoted Christian, and a member of First Baptist Church Bryan.

His father Raymond and mother Loreta, both pre decease David Fields. David’s legacy continues in his wife Joyce Fields; his daughters Lara McKinney and husband Gordon, Amanda Medack and husband Len, Jessica Moerbe and husband Bradley; David’s brother Richard Fields and wife Louise, son Robert; David’s sister Judy Cothern and husband Doug, daughters Kristen and Stephanie; his four grandchildren Loren, Brinn, Karee, and Emily; his beloved brothers and sisters in law, and many other loved ones and close friends.

Memorial donations may be given to Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 West 26th Street, Bryan, Texas 77803, in Memory of David Fields.

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  1. Bob and I send our sympathy to Joyce and the family. We were backyard neighbors in Lexington,Tx. May God bless you all at this sad time in your lives.

  2. Gary and I are so very sorry for your loss. No words can express our sorrow. Our deepest sympathies to you, Joyce, and the family. Life will be different for you, but David is at peace and without pain. God’s love, Gary and Kris Ragan

  3. Joyce we are so sorry for your loss. David was such a kind and gentle man. Prayers for you,Lara,Amanda and Jessie. Love to you all!

  4. My heart goes out to all of David’s family near and far as I can truthfully say, “He is one of the best people, family man, fathers…..I’ve ever known.” Rest in eternal peace with the Lord, kind sir.

  5. My heart goes out to all of David’s family near and far as I can truthfully say, “He is one of the best people, family man, fathers…..I’ve ever known.” Rest in eternal peace with the Lord, kind sir. You will be missed.

  6. I’m so sorry for y’alls loss. David was such a kind and gentle man. He will be truly missed by all. We are going to miss seeing him come into the College Station Post Office.

  7. This sweet, caring, and loving husband/grandpa/friend will forever be in our hearts. To my longtime and forever friend, Joyce, my heart goes out to you and the girls. He was amazing and definitely one-of-a-kind! He loved you so much! May that love and all those special moments together comfort you and give you peace. I love you, girl.

  8. David was such a joy to care for and know this past year. He always had a smile on his face, was friendly, kind and very brave throughout his battle with cancer. I always enjoyed caring for him and talking about books we were reading and the love he had for his family.
    I will miss seeing him and am very grateful to have known him. My thought and prayers to Joyce, the girls and the family. Blessings, Pam, Cancer Clinic RN

  9. I know there are no words. Please just know we are praying for y’all. Amanda, I know its been years since we rode that bus together to Thrall and since I went to church camp with you and Lara, but you and your family have always held a special place in my heart. We are praying that God will provide that peace that surpasses all understanding for you all.
    Love in Christ,
    Stacey (Davis) Blasingame