In Memory of


David L. Tieck


David Lee Tieck, 69, of Sioux City, was called home to God on January 11, 2023. Funeral services will be Tuesday, January 17, at 11 a.m. at Wesley United Methodist Church. Visitation will be Monday from 4-6 p.m. with a prayer service at 6 p.m. at Meyer Brothers Colonial Chapel.  Online condolences may be made to

Dave was born on August 11, 1953, in Sioux City to Duane and Ora Tieck. He graduated from Central High School’s last class in 1972. He married his high school sweetheart, Bevelyn Stoneberg, in 1976. They welcomed two daughters, Sarah and Abigail who were the light of his life.

In the mid-1980s, David and his brother Dennis took over their family’s business, the Glass House, Inc., which they operated until it closed in 2009. At home, Dave built a workshop for his tools and used his natural affinity for design to build many things. He loved riding motorcycles, flying planes, and camping in the mountains out West. Dave held a deep faith in God and often shared it with others - sometimes through testimony, but mostly by example and generosity.

In recent years, Dave found the greatest enjoyment and peace in the simplicity of time spent with his family, especially his wife, daughters, and son-in-law. Through time with Abby’s cat Paisley, he discovered a love for animals. When a sweet tabby cat started coming to the back porch daily, Dave brought her into the house and named her Puffy. She was much loved (and spoiled) by Dave.

Dave was a beloved husband, father, brother, and friend. He was and is still so precious and so very loved by those left behind to honor his memory: his wife, Bevelyn Tieck; daughters: Abigail Tieck, Sarah (Michael) Novak; brother, Dennis (Meryl) Tieck, and extended family. He joins his parents, parents-in-law, and brother, Craig, in Heaven.

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01/15/23 02:44 PM #1    

Mark Hanna

Dave Tieck will be missed by many of us in this class. I can remember my father dropping off windows with broken glass, to Duane his father at the Glass House to get repaired. Generations of business in Siouxland seem to come an go but not forgotten! Dave an Dennis kept the business going for many years after his father. I am saddened again to hear of Dave. Last month it was Tim Scherger and seems to become more and more of a reality. Many good memories of my friends and classmates! 

01/22/23 11:46 AM #2    

Larry A Pederson

Good memories going camping with Dave and his family. He lived down the street and not far from Fogelman.


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