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David McAlevy

David "Zeke" McAlevy

Thursday, February 4th, 1960 - Wednesday, February 24th, 2021
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Obituary

David Ezekiel “Zeke” McAlevy was called home to be with The Lord on Wednesday February 24, 2021.

Zeke was born in Mountain Home, Idaho on February 4, 1960. The third of five children born to Maxine and Staff Sergeant Leslie McAlevy Sr. The family moved around the world with the military, settling in Loveland, Colorado in the early 70’s. Zeke graduated here and then enlisted in the Air National Guard. After his service, Zeke moved around Northern Colorado and Wyoming before settling in Gill, Colorado. For nearly 20 years Zeke has worked alongside his brother Les caring for their farm animals. Zeke was a lover of all things outdoors; hunting, fishing, camping and honest work on the farm. He loved to spend time with family, eating good food, drinking coffee and listening to good music.

Zeke is survived by his mother, Maxine Cannon of Emory, TX, his brother Leslie (Anita) McAlevy of Gill, Colorado, his sister Hazel Jenson of Johnstown, Colorado as well as numerous nieces and nephews, aunts and uncles and extended family.
Zeke was preceded in death by his father Leslie McAlevy, his sisters Irene McAlevy and Cynthia Rogers, brother-in-law Fred Jenson and step father Paul Cannon.

A Memorial to Celebrate Zeke’s life will be held in the Spring.
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Peggy Hert

Posted at 04:44am
Zeke, you will be missed. Love you like a brother.
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Douglas Dean Hiatt

Posted at 01:16pm
When I first met Irene Sue on a rainy night while working at Taco John's on Loveland she had ridden her new bike in the rain to get dinner for her brother Zeke. About 6 months later I met her for the second time and eventually got to meet this brother that was worth riding in the rain so they could have dinner. Zeke, L.G., Fred and Jim eventually became my brothers when I married into a fabulous family. I loved being able to bring Zeke some hats and caps over the years. He always seemed to appreciate wearing a hat in a way I never understood. The rest of my life, whenever I see a hat or cap that I have acquired for whatever reason I'll think of my brother Zeke and know he would appreciate it in a way I never will. Peace brother for all eternity, you earned it.
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Tracy Lee Standiferd

Posted at 09:51pm
I would like to send my deepest condolences to my dear friend Hazel loving sister of Zeke. In moments like this words are hard to speak but my heart is broken 💔 that all who knew and loved him have a void. God cries for all of you left behind but Zeke is with God and glory to God for the heaven only he could create. May his sister Hazel know that in a moments notice, I am here to comfort and share in scripture. May he rest in heavenly peace and for every life he has touched please know you will be reunited.
Love, Tracy Standiferd
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Barbara and Fred Sugden

Posted at 02:28am
We want to send our love and condolences to our dear friend Maxine and all her family. May our Savior bless them with the peace of knowing that Zeke is now with his heavenly family. We love you all, and wish we could be together. Barbara and Fred Sugden
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