Allnutt Funeral Service – Hunter Chapel

2100 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland, CO


David Lee Smerker

September 17, 1940March 23, 2020

David Lee Smerker, 79 of Loveland, Colorado died Monday, March 23, 2020 due to compilations of surgery at UC Health Anschutz Denver. He was born in Pueblo, Colorado on September 17, 1940 to Albert and Pauline Smerker. He graduated from Pueblo Catholic High School in 1959, later attending business college. He worked for AT&T for 35 wonderful years. Following retirement, he contracted with the U. S. Postal Service delivering bulk mail to many local communities. David married Bonnie Wiseman in 1964 and they had three children. They spent time in Utah and California before returning to Colorado. They divorced in 1981. David was a member of St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church where he later met, and blended families with Ginger. They were married for 37 years. He also was a member of the Knights of Columbus. David was a very devoted family man, a friend to everyone he met and formed many lifelong relationships. Though he was known for his ‘Smerker face’, he was just a big ‘Teddy Bear’. David is survived by his wife Ginger, children, Lisa (David) Wheeler of Loveland, Richard (Donna) Smerker of Aurora, Jeff Jorgenson of Loveland, Jason Jorgenson of Loveland, Mark (Keegan) Hisley of Loveland; grandchildren, Audrey and Nicholas Wheeler, Jacob and Justin Smerker, Kalub and Gavin Jorgenson, Noah White, Lyla Hisley; great-grandson Rory Nguyen Wheeler. In addition to his parents, David was preceded in death by his daughter, Deborah, son, Benjamin, sister, Karen Fassler and his brothers, Donald and Paul. Funeral arrangements pending. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. John the Evangelist Catholic Church/School or a charity of your choice.


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Tania Leevers

April 2, 2020

My Uncle Dave gave me and my family so much love over the years! We have wonderful memories of Dave at many family gatherings in Loveland at Dave and Ginny's home as well as my home in Parker. I will treasure those memories forever. I especially admire the love that he gave to my Aunt Ginny; Dave was an amazing husband, father, and family man. May his soul rest in eternal peace:-)

Much love,

Tom Micklich

April 2, 2020

One of my best friends ever. We grew up together in Pueblo,
did a lot of fishing and hunting and just having fun. I will truly miss
my buddy, God Bless.

Tom Micklich

Delee Bonser Kingham

March 31, 2020

We have such wonderful memories of Dave. He was our neighbor for many years and was one of the kindest men we knew. His humor and kindness will be missed. Rest In Peace.

Kit Gonser

March 31, 2020

Dave will always be remembered as one of the best familymen in my book. We had many many conversations which normally were filled with laughter usually about each other's antics. Lol makes me smile thinking back on them.
Rip Dave, you are missed.

Tammy Bolstad

March 31, 2020

So glad we were able to spend time with Dave and cousin Ginny last summer - Todd and Tammy & Mike Hoaby.

Lani Bartlett

March 30, 2020

So many memories! I looked up to this man. He was so sweet, funny and kind. He loved his family like none other and did for so many! He and my sister, Ginny, invited us to vacation with them for a week in Mexico and we had the BEST TIME EVER!! We will always cherish those memories! Rest easy ❤️