In Memory of
David was born in red hollow in mcComas,in 1953 he grew hard always helping his mother, started work when he was 15 and worked up to 62 when he retired from wv paving in 2015. David and I were married in 1976 where we had 3 boys together Davy, Chris, and Derrick. In 2003 when we took 2 of our grand children Errick and Bethanie. In 2005 both were adopted. David was awesome provider for his family he worked weather he was sick or not. We were married 45 years 4 months and 16 days before he passed. That was the worst day of my life and always will be.David loved life he was a wonderful husband father and grandfather and great grandfather. David never met a stranger if he met you the first time then you were a friend, David bought his orange camaro z28 in 2016 when he started entering into car shows that he absolutely loved. He tried to go to as many car shows as possible he would always get excited when he knew it was time for them. On May 15th he got up and stared after our son Davy he received a call saying he couldn’t go that day so he came back to the house. He got ready to go kissed me and told me he loved me and left going to the car show madness in the mountains I talked to him twice that day he always told me he loved anytime I talked to him and I done the same. I got a call at 2:54 that telling me that David had collapsed I really thought it was a joke. I got ready went to the hospital to wait for him to get there. I was placed in a room waiting to here don’t know how long but the dr came in and the first thing I ask if he was ok that’s when I got the worst news of my life that David didn’t make it. Well that’s the end of this story. David was such a good man gone to soon. I will always love and miss you.
He was wonderful husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. I was his love and he was mine.
Your wife Teresa