David Lamarr Reddoch passed away on Friday, February 22, 2019. He was born in Roswell, NM on May 15, 1948 to parents W.W. Reddoch and Pearlie Marie Reddoch who preceded him in death.
As a teenager Dave enjoyed playing sports including baseball and football. He would later become an avid golfer as well. After graduating from Roswell High School in 1967 Dave joined the Navy at age 19 and later went on to earn a business degree in finance from Eastern New Mexico University. As a young man Dave enjoyed spending much of his free time hunting, fishing, and playing golf with friends at Roswell Country Club.
He started his career as an investment advisor and later moved on to upper management positions of leading financial institutions. Dave’s career began in Roswell, but he also spent time in Phoenix, AZ, Farmington, NM, Austin, TX and Albuquerque, NM while advancing in his profession. He would eventually make his way back to Roswell, NM in 2011 before retiring a few years later.
Dave was a loving and devoted son, husband, father, and brother. He was a caring family man and often made sacrifices to support those closest to him. Dave’s brothers Douglas and Steven Don Reddoch preceded him in death, and he is survived by his brother Gordon Dennis and sister Lisa Dawn Reddoch. Dave is also survived by his wife Teresa Reddoch and sons Chris, Mitch and Colby Reddoch.
Memorial services will be held at the Roswell Country Club on Saturday, March 9, 2019 from 3:00 to 5:00pm.
Dear Reddoch family,
So sorry for your loss. I worked with Dave at EF Hutton in 1979-80. I also babysitter for the boys. He was such a great person to work with. One of my favorites
Denise FranksBossier City, LA
We are so sorry for your loss. We are thinking of you and your family and sending prayers out. You know how much we thought of Dave and what fun we had over the years with your both. Love, JoAnn and David
David and JoAnn JumperWaco, TX
Mary & I extend our sincere sympathies to the Reddoch family. We were so saddened to hear of your loss. I have many fond memories of Dave and I playing golf, softball, and bowling together. We had lots of fyn during our time in Roswell. Dave was one of the finest people I have ever known. God be with you. BB and Mary Mays
Barney B. MaysKerrville, TX
Mary & I would like to extend our sympdeepest sympathy to the Reddoch family. I have many fond memories of Dave & I playing golf, softball, & bowling together during our years in Roswell. One of the finest people I've ever know. RIP Dave Dog. BB and Mary
Barney B.MaysKerrville, TX
Our thoughts and prayers go to each of the family.
In Prayer and Friendship,
Bill and Sharon BirdRoswell, NM
Dave will be missed. All my love to the family.
Gary EnglandMontgomery, TX
My thoughts and prayers are with you Teresa and your family.
Paula campRoswell, NM
It was so good seeing Dave and Theresa at our 50th reunion. We grew up two doors down from the Reddoch's and shared so many things until we graduated in 1967. My sincerest sympathies go out to the Reddoch family
Corky Loudat and the Loudat Family
Corky LoudatGresham, OR
Davy lived 2 doors down from me. Spent fun times daily with him & his older brother, Dennis while growing up d.... Davy always had a smile on his face and funny story to tell ... will miss him... Web