David Bunn Talbot, Jr. passed away October 13, 2020 peacefully in his home after a lengthy illness. David was born February 27, 1938 in East Liverpool, Ohio. He attended Harding Junior High, Classen High School and was a member of the first graduating class of NW Classen High School in 1956. He attended Westminster College in Fulton, Missouri and graduated from The University of Oklahoma with a degree in Business Administration.David began his career as manager of Consumer Credit Corporation. In 1964 he progressed into the residential house building business. He obtained his real estate license in 1966 opening his own office. David enjoyed every aspect of real estate as well as developing. He developed numerous commercial and industrial projects, warehouse, office buildings, industrial business parks and service stations.Prior to his illness, he was a member of North Oklahoma City Rotary, receiving the Service Award, Recruiter of the year (1999-2000), Paul Harris Fellowship Award (2001), Westminster Church deacon, Phi Delta Theta alumni group, Men's Dinner Club and several tip clubs.One of David's avocations was flying. He earned his private license and followed with instrument rating.David's greatest joy was his family and spending time with his grandchildren. David was preceded in death by his parents, Harriet Wingard Talbot and David Bunn Talbot, Sr.; son, David Bunn Talbot, Ill; brothers-in-law, Glenn C. Carpenter, Jr. and Paul C. Hill; and sister-in-law, Sandy Carpenter. David is survived by his wife, Glenda; daughter, Elise Talbot Fretwell; sister, Susan H. Hill; daughter-in-law, Marianne Matthews Talbot; four grandchildren, Laura Rhea Fretwell, Grace Anne Fretwell, John Robert Fretwell, and David Bunn Talbot, IV. The Talbot family were blessed to have as David's care givers, Melinda Leal and his dear friends, Traci and Michael Elsworth C.A.E. (Caregiver Services LLC.), and Mercy Hospice. We thank them for their loving and compassionate care.Contributions can be made to your favorite charity. Graveside services will be 2:00 p.m. Monday, October 19, 2020 at Rose Hill Burial Park.