Haring, Wilson "Dave" 8/28/1938 - 6/4/2022 Fort Myers Wilson "Dave" Haring, 83, died of heart failure June 4, 2022 at Shell Point Retirement Community, Fort Myers, Florida. He was born in suburban Philadelphia, PA August 28, 1938 to parents Margaret Rank Haring and Wilson Drexel Haring. After graduating from Haverford High School, and University of Pennsylvania Class of 1960, Dave worked for The Upjohn Company for 34 years starting as a sales rep in northern New Jersey, District manager in Pittsburgh, retiring as Director of Sales Training in Kalamazoo, Michigan. His passion for golf included reading everything he could about it, talking about it, collecting golf equipment and memorabilia, and of course, playing . Pine Valley was his ultimate favorite, but he could frequently be found enjoying the company of his dear friends at the Moors in Portage, MI, as well as 100's of courses across the Country. He shot three holes-in-one. A highlight of his golf life was meeting much admired Arnold Palmer at Latrobe Country Club after playing a round with Mr. Palmer's regular partner. Dave lived a life full of purpose, deep faith in God, love of family and a strong work ethic. There is nothing Dave enjoyed more than engaging others in conversation, making them feel like the most important person in the room. He shared his faith through leading Bible Study, Deacon and Elder service, and driving for Shepherd's Center and Church Ground Crew. Dave is survived by his wife of 62 years, Nancy Morse Haring, his two daughters Susan Steel, husband Tim, Kari Hanus, husband Paul, grandchildren Lauren Bryan, husband James, Audrey Cooper, husband Jon, Ian Steel, wife Emily, Claire Nicol, husband Ethan, and 6 great grandchildren , brother Richard and wife Nancy, brother and sister-in-law Terry and Pat Straehley, sister-in-law Carol Wilson, several cousins, nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Life Service will be scheduled at a later date. Memorials may be made to the Second Reformed Church of Kalamazoo, MI or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.