Dale Bourg

Dale Bourg

Monday, May 26th, 1941 Saturday, March 30th, 2019

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Obituary

Obituary for Dale Roger Bourg

Dale Roger Bourg age 77, Springfield, MO, died on Saturday, March 30, 2019. He was born in Roseland Nebraska and reared, along with his three sisters, Sharon, Patricia and Sandy by his grandparents, A.G. and Anna Bourg. He graduated from Roseland High School and attended the University of Nebraska. He was drafted into the US Army in spite of foot pain from Charcot-Marie-Tooth, a neurological disease. He was proud of the fact that he was a part of the Pershing Missile program.
He worked at Harris Laboratories for many years and became Vice President in the 1990s. In 1994, he founded a new clinical research company in Springfield, MO, Bio-Kinetic Clinical Applications. He led this company with many successful trials. He enjoyed working with people from all over the world, many who became lifetime friends.
Dale married Linda Dempewolf in December 1967 and at the time of his death they were married 51 years. They lived in Malcolm, NE and had two children, Vicki and Brendon, during this time. Vicki died January, 2011. He enjoyed playing with his grandchildren, Cole, Brooke and Adley and teaching them how to enjoy life. He enjoyed fishing and boating, entertaining friends and family, traditional country music, being outdoors at the ranch, woodworking and milling his own trees. He is survived by Linda, Brendon and his wife Liz and their three children.
In lieu of flowers, please consider supporting Ozarks Public Television and children’s programming 901 S National Ave, Springfield, MO 65897 https://optv.secureallegiance.com/kozk/WebModule/Donate.aspx?P=OPTMEM&PAGETYPE=PLG&CHECK=Tw7oq3MTFxhOQgkZuGyCqhiCxtaFReuS or Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association 10 South LaSalle St. Chicago, Illinois, 60603.”
A Celebration of Life open house will take place on April 7, 2019, 11 to 4, at Brendon’s home.

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    Sunday, April 7th, 2019 |
    Brendon And Liz's Residence
    Address Not Available
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    Sunday, April 7th, 2019
  • Interment

    Greenlawn Memorial Gardens
    3506 N. National Ave
    Springfield, Missouri

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Melody Thielmann, Tricia Coon, & Candi Davis, Ken Sansone, and others have planted trees to honor the life of Dale Roger Bourg.
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Melody Thielmann, Tricia Coon, & Candi Davis

With our deepest sympathy- Melody, Tricia, and Candi
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Ron Brown

I married into the Dempewolf family 35 years ago, so suddenly I had a wife, Dianne, three new sisters-in-law, Linda, Pat, and Barb, and four new brothers-in-law, Dale, Dave, Dave, and Jack, along with several nieces and nephews. When Dianne and I were dating, Dale told me I would never find a better wife than Dianne, Dodie to many of you, and he was correct. I will always be thankful to Dale for his encouragement and advice, or I could have missed the opportunity to be a member of the extended Dempewolf family. We miss Dale greatly for his friendship, wisdom and generosity. Ron Brown
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Ken Sansone

How sad to think that we are now in a world without Dale. Although I haven't seen or been in touch with Dale in many years, I will always treasure his kindness and generosity. A memory that still stands out for me is when I was "stuck" in Springfield on 9/11 and Dale and Linda kept me well fed and well-entertained during several days that I couldn't get home. Thank you Dale (and Linda) for making the world a better place. ken
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Mike and Sharon Koechner

This tree changes the world as the life of our friend Dale changed the world—a better place because of his entrepreneurial spirit, dedication to clinical research and indomitable spirit. Always remembered.
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