League Joins Saco Valley CU in Mourning the Passing of David Presby

The League joins Saco Valley CU in mourning the passing of longtime volunteer David Presby. He was a member of the credit union for over 50 years and proudly served on its Board of Directors for thirteen years.

We extend our condolences to David’s family, friends, and credit union colleagues. The text of David’s obituary as it appears on the Dennett, Craig & Page website is below.

David E. Presby

David E. Presby, 77, of Biddeford passed away December 29, 2020 at Maine Medical Center in Portland after a lengthy illness.

He was born in Biddeford September 24, 1943 the son of Harold and Evelyn LaPointe Presby.

David attended local schools and graduated from Old Orchard Beach High School. He served in the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War and with the Maine National Guard for over 20 years.

After his service to his country, he worked as a policeman and then as a machinist for General Dynamics (Saco Defense).

David enjoyed football and coaching baseball. He enjoyed traveling, moose hunting, playing cards, going to dances, and spending time with his grandchildren. David was always up for a laugh.

David was a member of Saco Valley Credit Union where he served on the Board of Directors.

He is predeceased by his first wife Rose Marie Presby, a son Dana Presby, a granddaughter Jenna, and a stepson Kyle Scribner.

Survivors include his wife of 15 years Deena Presby of Biddeford; two sons, David Presby of China and wife Michelle and Robert Presby of Buxton and wife Jessica; two daughters, Pamela Presby of Scarborough and significant other Scott Snow and Bethany Kavanagh of Millville, NJ and husband Derek; two stepdaughters, Nicole Martin and Alisha Scribner; a sister, Evelyn Elliott of Waterboro; eleven grandchildren, Sierra, Kyle, Nicholas, Dylan, Lauren, Morgan, Aidan, Matthew, Annalise, Landen, and Skylar; two great-grandchildren, Liam and Sophia; and a step-granddaughter, Elizabeth.

Private family services will be held at Dennett, Craig & Pate Funeral Home 365 Main St. Saco. A celebration of his life will be announced in the spring and held at Laurel Hill Cemetery.