David Charles Wonneman

September 26, 1955April 4, 2021

David C. Wonneman, 65, passed away on April 4, 2021; devoted husband of Mary for 40 yrs.; beloved father of Aaron Wonneman and his wife Nicole; Dear brother of Pat and George; cherished grandfather of Cora June Wonneman; also survived by loving brother and sister-in-laws and nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends at Lemmon Funeral Home of Dulaney Valley, Inc., 10 W. Padonia Road (at York Road) Timonium, MD 21093 on Friday, April 9, 2021 from 3 to 5 and 6 to 8pm. Services and interment will be held privately.

In lieu of flowers, expressions of sympathy may be directed in David’s memory to Luna’s House Animal Care and Edu., P.O. Box 802, Abingdon, MD 21009.


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Rita Hampton

April 11, 2021

Dave was the best brother-in-law! He was dependable, funny, kind, supportive and the one to call in any emergency or crisis.

Dave was the "gadget guy" who had to explore every new watch or electronic game. He got me hooked forever when he gave me my first electronic game years ago when I had cancer.

Dave planned our first trip "out West". In 5 days we went 2000 miles in a Corolla - from San Francisco to Bridgeport, Yosemite to Monterey. It was the trip that truly changed my life, and I have gone back "out West" every year since.

I am so happy Dave is no longer suffering and in pain, but so, so sad he didn't get to enjoy his retirement or see his grandchild grow up. I am certain he will be looking out for all of us from "the other side" and I plan to call on him often!

We will miss you, Hon!

Kim Bowman(Schemm)

April 10, 2021

Sorry to hear about your passing. You were a good person Dave. Always giving great advice and support. Great family man. Miss our days when you and Mary and I would play basketball and tennis. If it weren't for you and Mary staying on me when I was young I wouldn't be where I am today!
May you rest easy and pain free now and be the Angel you are now looking over your Family and Friends. You truely will be missed by many.

Bob Vlk

April 10, 2021

Dear Mary and Family:

So very sorry for your loss; may your loving memories of Dave provide healing strength and peace during such a difficult time. My family and I met Dave years ago when Dave would walk Jetson through the neighborhood and by our house. He was always happy to stop for a few minutes to chat with us, and as time went on, we formed a friendship that we will cherish always. He was one of the most friendly, upbeat, and positive people we know. My wife, Stefanie, and Dave formed a special bond as they were both battling a demon called “cancer.” They shared stories about their journey frequently. Dave never focused on his own struggles; instead, he was always encouraging and insisted that Stefanie was providing him with inspiration. Dave holds a special place in our hearts and will be greatly missed. Our most sincere condolences to the entire Wonneman family.

The Vlk’s
Bob, Alexandra, and Elia

Christina Oscanoa

April 9, 2021

I had the absolute pleasure of knowing Dave for so many years during his work with Maryland P&P and through his career with the US Probation and Pretrial Office. Dave had genuine compassion and dedicated so much of his life to improving the lives of others. His legacy continues in so many ways. I'm honored to have worked with such a wonderful person. My thoughts, ongoing support, and prayers are with the family.


Stephen Sausnock

April 9, 2021

We were deeply saddened to hear the news of Dave's passing.
Personally, I got to know Dave pretty well, as we mowed lawns together, chatted about everything from sports to politics, our pets and families etc....
Dave was a wonderful neighbor who would help me with anything and became an even better friend.
We're glad he has to suffer no longer and like anyone else who knew him, will miss him dearly.
May you rest in eternal peace my friend.
With Much Love,
Steve and JoAnn Sausnock

linda smith

April 8, 2021

One couldn't meet a person better than Dave. I was happy when he reappeared in my life years later after leaving P&P at Guilford Avenue.
We shared the fear and uncertainty of medical issues and hospitalizations. He clued me in whenever possible.
I am glad that he is no longer suffering and overwhelmingly sorry for his family.

Richard Feldman

April 8, 2021

It’s hard, if not impossible, to express the sadness of the loss of such a good friend. We often shared personal concerns and would lean on each other. He was gifted with both keen insight and compassion. A strong rock to his family as well. Dave, you will be in my and Karen’s thoughts as long as we live.

John Skozilas

April 8, 2021

Dave honored me by calling me his friend. We first met as colleagues, but our friendship deepened after we both retired. Dave was a good and kind man and I will miss him dearly.

Felicia Cannon

April 8, 2021

My thoughts and prayers are with the Wonneman family. Dave was a wonderful and kind person.

Bill Henry

April 7, 2021

Dave was a wonderful, kind, and compassionate man. He was instrumental in helping a multitude of people make positive changes in their lives. We are all better to have known him, and witness his impact. Rest In Peace.