David loved everyone deeply and actively. As a man that was respected by all for his bold yet humble faith, he treasured prayer, worship, and serving others in and outside of the church. David also cherished pastimes with family. In particular, he enjoyed exploring new places and organizing a good surprise. David had an excellent sense of humor with a quick wit. Everyone knew him to be a kind person with a gentle spirit who desired the best for everyone and placed the Lord before all else.

God gave David the verse, Psalm 118:17 (KJV) “I shall not die, but live, to declare the works of the Lord.” Even to this day, Dave is declaring the works of the Lord. Dave knew God was with him through every circumstance and test. The fact that we all know that he is now worshipping and rejoicing in the presence of the Lord is a testimony that we have the victory over everything through Christ’s gracious gift of salvation.

Condolences may be sent to the family at Gentry-Morrison Funeral Homes.

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