David M. Augenstein

Born: 12/29/1951 Passed:

David M. Augenstein of Louisville, Ohio passed away of natural causes on October 29, 2021. He was born December 29, 1951, to the late Vincent and Margaret (Mills) Augenstein. He held a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering and a master’s degree of science. He spent his career in environmental engineering for corporations, consultants and government. He was a strong man of faith in God and shared that with anyone who would listen. He enjoyed gardening, native plants and spending time with David Jr.

David is survived by his wife, Ann (Janovyak); son, David Jr; brothers, Vincent (Sharon), Charles (Debi Shipton) and Mark.

A private online service will be held. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation in honor of David to www.blueletterbible.org. Condolences and special memories of David can be shared with the family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com


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4 Tributes to David M. Augenstein

  1. Stephanie Franchi says:

    When I think of Uncle Dave and conversations I’ve had with him, two things stand out to me: His love for God and his curiosity to always be learning. I always learned something interesting when talking to him! Uncle Dave knew his hope, and looked forward to the return of Jesus Christ. He won’t be disappointed.

    • Ann Augenstein says:

      You’r right Stephanie, he was always in learning mode. You’r also right in that he won’t be disappointed, he had no fear.

  2. Charlie (and Debi) Augenstein says:

    Dave and I got closer as brothers in our later years in life. He took me around the Amish Country, and we would find neat places to eat. We would also walk around his yard and gardens (Swallowtail) – he was so proud of this accomplishment. We even got Dave and Ann to travel to Florida to hang out even though they didn’t like travelling. Debi and I are so grateful to have been able to visit Dave and Ann In October – Dave was able to show us his newly finished garage floor and he was so excited to have new windows going on the house. We will miss him.

  3. Jim Janovyak says:

    Though in recent years we didn’t spend a lot of time together, of all my uncles I was closest to Uncle Dave. I have really fond memories of spending time with him, aunt Ann, and cousin Dave when I was a teen and they were living in Findleyville. Uncle Dave really loved people, and wanted the best for everyone that he came in contact with. I was always interested to see what new hobby he would be into when I would visit next. everything he did he seemed to do with all of his heart and passion. Looking forward to seeing you again uncle Dave!

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