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David C Fasching
November 10, 1953 - October 30, 2017

Place of Birth: Dickinson, North Dakota
Residence: Sidney, Montana
Age: 63

Dave was born on November 10, 1953 to Clarence Fasching and Sarah (Milner) Fasching in Dickinson, ND. He grew up and attended school in the Beach, ND area. He married Darlene (Burman) Fasching in Wibaux, MT, on February 24, 1972 until 1999. During that time they made their home in Medora, ND where they worked on a ranch. In 1975, they moved to Sidney where Dave worked on the drilling rigs for approximately 15 years, until he started and operated his business of D&D Small Engine Repair. He later went to work as a farm hand. Dave was married to Gloria (Sifuentes) Fasching from July of 2000 to December 2014 in Sidney. Dave continued to work as a farm hand, where he later got back into the oilfield as a driller and later as a mechanic at Yellowstone Auto. He worked as a welder/fabricator at Big Stick Welding until his most recent position of Head Oiler at Sidney Sugars.

Dave enjoyed the outdoors, deer and elk hunting using both bow and rifle where he killed most of his deer in mid jump over a fence. In his younger days he loved driving and racing his 68 RS SS Camaro, (which he never lost the cash on the dash before he reached 4th gear.) breaking horses and ranch work. He enjoyed several out-of-state trips to Washington (to visit his family) and South Dakota. He had many different hobbies including wood crafts, sand art, and mirror etching. Dave was also very articulated with anything dealing with numbers. He savored the time spent with his family including "Fasching Tuesday" at Dairy Queen.

Dave was a very detailed man and took a lot of pride in his work. He wasn't a man of many words, yet when it came to a job, he made sure he knew every detail of that task from when a rig would spud, how long it took for irrigation water to get from one end of the field to the other, to why an engine wouldn't run right. Dave could fix any mechanical problem and fabricate any part for many different types of machinery and you can be sure if Dave fixed something, it wasn't going to break again. Dave loved to help his kids and grandkids with any issues from vehicle maintenance to home repair. Dave will truly be missed and the skills he taught will forever be remembered.

David died on Monday, October 30, 2017 at the Sidney Sugars, Sidney, MT.

Dave is survived by: his sons, Shawn (Wendy) Fasching, Scott Fasching, and Steven (Vanessa) Fasching, all of Sidney, MT; his daughters, Sheila (Jon) Marker, Sidney, MT and Shelly (Ken) Fasching, Fargo, ND; his brother, Don Fasching, Camano Island, WA; his sister, Florance McKinney, Spokane, WA; step-sister, Ina Fisk Primmer; 14 admirable grandkids and numerous extended family members.

Dave is preceded in death by: his father, Clarence Fasching, his mother, Sarah Fisk, and his step-father, George Fisk.

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lisa baardson
Nov 1, 2017
Your all in my thoughts and prayers ,God Bless xo
Dick Propp (Sidney, Mt)
Nov 1, 2017
Dave was a handy sort of guy to know. He was always tinkering with this or that. He was a real fine human being and will be missed by many I'm sure
Wayne Nelson (Minot, ND)
Nov 2, 2017
Dave worked for me many years ago and was one of the best I ever had. Hard worker. If he didn’t know he wa always asking questions. Thought of him many times but just never got around to seeing him. Have to be about 38 years. Blessed be his memory. Dave’s family will be in my thoughts and prayers in the days ahead. God bless you all. Wayne
Sheila Dazell (Sidney, MT)
Nov 2, 2017
So very sorry to hear of Dave's sudden passing. He was always kind to me, has a great bunch of family & will truly be missed. God Bless
Dale and Susie Erickson, Guy and Danny (Sidney, Montana)
Nov 3, 2017
We are so sorry to her about your your Dad and Grandpa. Dale enjoyed and will miss his visits with him. Our thoughts and sympathy are with all of you.
Nichole Eckes (West Fargo, ND)
Nov 3, 2017
He was a wonderful man, and always willing to help, and could make you laugh no matter what. He will be dearly missed
John Lechler 6 (Rozet , Wyoming)
Nov 3, 2017
So sorry to hear about Dave. Knew him many years ago. Hope your wonderful memories of him bring you comfort at this sad time. With deepest sympathy, John and Virginia Lechler
Ray Easton (Holmen, WI)
Nov 3, 2017
Sorry to hear about Dave. I knew Dave from Beach. We went to school together and were good friends. Thoughts and prayers for his family.
Gloria sifuentes (Sidney, Mt)
Nov 3, 2017
David will be missed by all. Esp by me. He was so happy when he received a promotion at work. He was a very hard worker he made many good friends at the factory the short time he was there. They all loved his sense of humor and knew and talked about what a hard worker he was.
God bless to the family. We miss u Dave already very much.
Donald Fasching (Camano Island, WA)
Nov 4, 2017
Dave was not only my brother, but my best friend. I will miss our weekly phone calls and all the texts in between. Love you Dave. RIP
J.E (Atlanta , Georgia )
Nov 10, 2017
May the family be comforted during this challenging time. My sincere condolences and may the wonderful expression at John 5: 25, 28, 29 bring a measure of comfort as you go through the months and years ahead.
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Brad and Marci Cundiff & family
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Dave and Carol Sweere and Family
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John Lankford, The Pipeline Division
Gloria Sifuentes
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