Dr. David Robert Shensa
November 4, 2020
With heavy hearts we announce the death of Dr. David Robert Shensa on Wednesday, November 4, 2020. Beloved husband and best friend of Patti Greenberger Shensa of Bonita Springs, Florida, formerly of Pittsburgh. David was the son of the late Dr. Lewis Samuel Shensa and the late Gladys Henkin Shensa of Youngstown, Ohio and the brother of the late Dr. Stanley Henkin Shensa of Cleveland, Ohio. David was the proud father of Craig Shensa (Ariel Singer Shensa) and the late Jodi Shensa. He was the dear stepfather of Rick Aranson (Nancy Barnett Aranson) and Jill Aranson Snyder (Michael David Snyder). He loved his grandchildren , Ezra Shensa and Samara Shensa and his step grandchildren Eli, Brett and Adam Snyder and Lindsey and Danny Aranson. David loved his profession as an Oral and Maxillofacial surgeon which he had to give up in his late 40’s due to health issues. He later enjoyed doing office anesthesia for dental offices and helped set up a program called Dental Education Inc. to provide continuing education credits for oral surgeons to maintain their dental licenses. David handled his numerous medical problems with grace and humility for many years. He will be missed and loved by his family and friends forever. Graveside Services and Interment are Private. Please send contributions in memory of David to the Parkinson's Association of Southwest Florida, 2575 Northbrooke Plaza Drive, Suite 301, Naples, FL 34119 or The Community Free Synagogue, 10868 Metro Parkway, Fort Myers, FL 33966. Arrangements entrusted to Ralph Schugar Chapel, Inc., family owned and operated. www.schugar.com
Dear Mrs. Shensa and family: I am very sorry to hear of the passing of your beloved husband, father, and grandfather, Dr. David Shensa. I will have very fond memories of both you shopping at Land's End Shop at Sears. I always enjoyed talking to you every time you came in. May Dr. Shensa be remembered for a blessing.
Sincerely, Steven SantmanBy Steven Santman
- November 11, 2020
Jo and I are thinking about you. You and David are in our prayers. I have known David for over 50 years. He was my best friend, my mentor and my partner. The past several years when we would get together we would sit and talk about all the good times and the fun we had working together in the OR. We would just sit there and laugh. I am so sad now. I am really going to miss those talks and good times we had. I am very lucky to have known David, he was very special. By Norman Stern
- November 09, 2020
MY THOUGHTS ARE WITH YOU DURING THESE DIFFICULT AND SORROWFUL TIMES.
I KNOW YOU HAD MANY WONDERFUL YEARS WITH DAVID, AND I HOPE HIS LOVE AND MEMORIES AS WELL AS THE SUPPORT OF FRIENDS AND FAMILY HELP GIVE YOU SOME COMFORT AND PEACE.
By PATSY GUTTMAN WOLBE
- November 06, 2020
To my best friend Davie Waive I gonna miss u and all the talks we had about life. I know u are in a way better place now i love u my friend u will alwayz be in my heart R.I.P.💗🙏🏿💗. JJ By Janice Jackson
- November 05, 2020