David Lewis Pike, 82, went to his heavenly home on Sunday, June 27th 2021. He was a beloved father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, and friend to everyone. David was greeted in heaven by his beloved son Bruce Daniel Pike, beloved grandson Noah Enriquez, and beloved Mother and Father Eleanor and Lewis Pike. He was born April 16, 1939 in Boston Massachusetts where he had fond memories of playing sports such as hockey, football, and fishing. He loved clam digging and swimming in Boothbay Maine. David served four years in the Air Force - and in 1957, while stationed in Laredo, Tx, he met his wife Lisa Pike, mother of their six children: Kurt Douglas Pike (wife Sue Pike), Bruce Daniel Pike, Lisa Renee Pike, David Lewis Pike (wife Martha Pike), Jane Rose DuBois (husband Gary DuBois) and Eleanor Alice Enriquez (husband David Enriquez). David had 17 grandchildren, and several great grandchildren. He is survived by his brother John Pike (wife Jeanne Pike), sister Ginger Moller (husband Ed Moller), and his Uncle Robert Pike. David loved life, and the precious time he spent with his family. He always had a positive outlook, and enjoyed singing, dancing, and making everyone laugh. His beautiful spirit will be deeply missed by all of us. We will carry him in our hearts forever. Rest in peace Dad, we love you. David Lewis Pike will be honored for his service to the Air Force, and laid to rest at Ft. Sam Houston.

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  1. Thank you for always showing the most genuine love to the family. You were an inspiration to all of us. I couldn’t be more proud to call you my grandfather. -David Anthony Pike and Family

  2. Grandpa we love you and will miss you dearly. Your stories that always got us laughing and your love are what we will remember. Rest In Peace and we will see you again one day. Paul, Erin Pike and family

  3. Grandpa I miss you so much. But I know you’re up in heaven singing, dancing and making everyone laugh. Thank you so much for being the rock of the family and for being the best grandpa anyone can ask for. Until we meet again RIP grandpa, you’ll live in my heart forever. Love you always, Carrie and my crazy Cassiano boys.

  4. To the Pike family , Thank you for sharing your amazing Father and Grandfather with us at Northeast Rehab ! The therapy team called him “Mr. Sunshine” because he always brightened up the gym. I was so fortunate to be able to spend a great deal of time with David. Oh the stories he could tell! His favorites though were those about his family ! He had a 100 watt smile but when his family came it was 1000 watts. From the conversations I had with you his family and the love I saw you all share I know his legacy will live on ! Praying for peace as well as joy in the memories. I know David is saving a dance for me in Heaven ! Love and gratitude for knowing the Pike family and especially David !! Michele Scribner

  5. Dad thank you for everything!!! I Will miss you so much. I will miss our long talks we use to have. We had great road trips together….New Mexico, South Padre, Port Aransas, Carrizzo Springs. I will always cherish those memories. All the football games went to for Marcos. Thank you for always being there for me. Marcos and Carrie. We love you so much..you will be in our hearts forever.

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