David Alan Dismukes

David Alan Dismukes, 60

David Dismukes died in League City, Texas on July 29th at the age of 60. David was born in Port Arthur and grew up in Groves, Texas. He attended school in the Port Neches Groves area until he relocated to Baton Rouge where he graduated from Robert E. Lee High School. David also attended Louisiana State University and received a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy degree from Northeast Louisiana University in Monroe, Louisiana. David was a resident in League City, Texas for the last 30 years, worked as a pharmacist in local hospitals and joined the staff at Mainland Medical Hospital in Texas City.

As a boy, David was active in Little League ball, Boy Scouts of America, played trombone in the school band and played high school football.  David enjoyed cooking and baking for family and friends and going to the family beach house “Seascape” on Bolivar Peninsula.

David is one of five children born to Bobby and Virginia Dismukes. He was preceded in death by his father Bobby and brothers Robert and Richard “Dale”.

He is survived by his four children, Rachelle and husband Stephen Rawlings, Emily and husband Ryan  Munthe, Hunter, and Madison; step-daughter Gabriela Ochoa, two grandchildren Cameron Rawlings and Eleanor Munthe; his mother Virginia; and two brothers Greg and Gary.

Visitation is at Crowder Funeral Home in League City Texas on Tuesday August 2nd, 5:30 -730pm. Funeral Mass will be held on Wednesday August 3rd at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in League City at 10am. David will be interred August 3rd in Port Arthur Texas at 2:30pm in Greenlawn Cemetery.


  1. My condolences to his family. I met him at the Mainland hospital work there is a cashier in the cafeteria. He was so friendly and was always happy with a smile so sorry to hear he’s gone.

  2. On behalf of the Administration Team at HCA Houston Healthcare Mainland, we extend our deepest condolences to the family of David Dismukes. David was a member of our Mainland family and his fellow work colleagues will miss him dearly. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family. May God bless you, keep you, and grant you peace during this difficult time.
    Most Sincerely,
    Ms. Tracy Pryor

    Tracy Pryor
  3. It breaks my heart that he has passed. My condolences to all his family. David was a wonderful guy and I will always remember making peanut brittle and Chex mix with him. He will be missed!

    Heather & John
    • It breaks my heart to hear that you’re no longer with us. My deepest condolences to the family of David. God be with you till we meet again my friend.

      Winnie kungu.
  4. David was my first friend when I moved from Galveston to League city
    My condolences to he’s family. I’ll miss him 😢

    John Crummett
  5. We will miss all our conversations with David. He always had great stories and memories to discuss about him and his family members. May he Rest In Peace and God Bless his soul.
    Rod and Pam Reed

    Rod Reed
  6. I’m so sorry to hear of his passing. He was such a vital member of the patient care team at the hospital where we both worked. I always respected his knowledge and expertise as we collaborated on treatments. He was a great team player and was just a wonderful person. I have such respect for him. My sincere condolences to his friends and family. David you will be missed.

    Donna Alvarado Ortiz
  7. So very sorry to hear of David’s passing. We had never met David, as we are his brother, Greg’s, in-laws. But if he was anything like his brother, I am sure he will be missed. This family seems so close and to us, David passed away so young—May his mother, Virginia, his brother, Greg, and all the family find peace during this time of loss.

    Don and Phyllis Clabough
  8. Please accept my most heartfelt condolences on the loss of David, and May the happy memories of David help bring some comfort in this difficult time. I worked with him for 1.5 years at Mainland Medical Center, and he was a great guy and boss who I worked under and learned from him. He will definitely be missed.

    Mukaram Siddiqui
  9. Forever in our hearts and minds as we grew a team we call family at Mainland Medical Center. Prayers for those he left that will miss him daily but know you will see each other in paradise! Hugs and prayers for all!

    Tania Strawn

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