Rev. Dave Pierceall, age 79 of Glendon died Thursday (November 17, 2016) at his home.

  A memorial service will be held 2:00 PM Sunday at First Baptist Church in Siler City.

  Born in Yale, OK to the late Rex and Bertha (Hamilton) Pierceall he spent most of his childhood in Washington, DC. After graduating from high school he joined the US Navy where he served our country for eight years. He graduated with a B.A. degree from Bryan College in Dayton, TN and did post graduate work at Southeastern Theological Seminary and Azusa University.

  Dave served many churches in various capacities including Minister of Music, Youth Ministry, Minister of Business Administration and Education. During his ministry he served the following churches: Graham Road Baptist Church in Cuyahoga Falls, OH, Lakewood Baptist Church and Guess Road Baptist Church both in Durham, NC, Hickory Grove Baptist Church and Grace Baptist Church both in Charlotte, NC and his last church First Baptist Church in Siler City, NC.

  He was preceded in death by his daughter Beth Pierceall Coode.

  He is survived by his wife Nancy Street Pierceall; son Todd Pierceall and partner Travis Elliott of Gastonia; sister Martha Shewell of Jackson, NJ; mother-in-law Jeanne Street of Glendon; grandson Jim Coode and wife Amanda and many nieces and nephews.

  Memorials may be made to Community Home Care & Hospice 108 Village Lake Road, Siler City, NC 27344.

  Fry & Prickett Funeral Home is assisting the Pierceall family.



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  1. So sorry for your loss ..sending you prayers …now there is one more bright star in the night sky. God Bless you and your family1

  2. Todd and Nancy, my heart goes out to you both. I will be thinking of you through this hard thing. Dave was honestly one of the most influential persons in my life – I still teach Bible Study to my kids the way he taught! I used to love the way he spent so

  3. Loved him so much. Jack will be able to sing again with him in Heaven. Remember that when someone we love dies, we really never get over it, we just learn how to go on without them but keep them tucked away safely in our hearts.



  4. Mrs. Nancy and Todd,

    Mr. David taught me to sing even though my voice might not have been the best he still belived in me! Today I sing with love to my Heavenly Father! I know that Mr. David is leading praise and worship in Heaven with Beth!

  5. We worked together in Summer Camps, I sang with him in Choir and served on church staff with him for many years. David was a fine Christian man and always the example of a true Southern Gentleman!

    I am so sad for Nancy, Todd and Jimmy, but Oh SO ha

  6. Nancy and Todd, Dale and I are so sorry! We love all of you and our hearts are saddened but rejoicing more as Dave is experiencing first hand seeing Jesus today. We will pray for you as you gather with family and friends to remember Dave and celebrate his

  7. Our hearts and prayers are with you as you go through this difficult time. Dave had a unique way of getting people to open their mouths and sing. This is pleasing to the Lord. Isaiah 55:12

    ‘For you will go out with joy And be led forth with peace; T

  8. So sorry for your loss. Sorry I could not be at the service today. Know that you all mean the world to me and you are in my prayers in the days to come. Love you both!

    Charlotte Hensley

  9. So sorry to hear of Daves passing….he was a good man and I enjoyed knowing him… thoughts and prayers are with the family during this time……

  10. Jeff and I were saddened to hear of Dave’s passing. I sang in the choir and ensemble under Dave’s leadership at HGBC and was blessed to have served with him. He and Nancy were a beautiful example of a godly marriage and I know many lives have been touched

  11. Nancy, I was so sorry to learn just tonight of Dave’s death in November. I can say I truly know your grief as Ron died in February of 2010 after a 3 year battle with cancer. I have fond memories of the years that you and Dave served at Guess Road Baptist.

  12. Dear dear Nancy and family. Looks like Dave beat us all to heaven’¦.and he brought us closer to heaven here on earth. Don and I still talk of those days of service at Guess Rd. Baptist Church and how he blessed our lives. We are so blessed to have known h

  13. Mrs. Pierceall,

    I just saw where Mr. Pierceall passed away in November and I wanted to let you know how much he meant to me. I was in the Guess Road Baptist Church youth choir in the mid 70s. I absolutely could not wait to turn 13 so I could

  14. Mrs. Pierceall and family: My sister, Robin Rummel Snyder, told me about Dave’s passing. I have fond memories of choir tours led by Rev. Pierceall from Guess Road Baptist Church. He was a good leader and a wonderful teacher. Blessings to you and your fami

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