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David Mutum

February 6, 1951 - May 28, 2020

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Posted by:
Anonymous

Posted on:
June 27, 2020

I remember going to your place, catching toads, all of your yorkies, and precious treasures. I love you! Major your dog, misses you - One of your grandchildren

Posted by:
Kenny Carl

Posted on:
June 3, 2020

First my condolences for Theresa,Brian,& everyone whom is blessed to have meet & crossed paths with Dave. I remember the first time we meet & like everyone else usually after you would sick your attack tupup on! You looked at me and said "Hey Noodle Head" & anyone who knew you could only imagine why? "Lol" you said it's cause your hair looks like the noodle on a poodle & the nickname stuck everyone called me by that & if you knew me I didn't like being teased at all "ever" but you made it fun and acceptable!! Go be with God my friend I will see you & tup when we meet again! NOODLEHEAD

Posted by:
Shannon Tee

Posted on:
June 1, 2020

I will always remember when I first met you and you were in your work bibs and you were so down to earth with your big cup from Kwik Shop one street over u would have us get your refills and I took a sip cuz it went over and you had a big smile see No one did that cuz it was the extra pop that tupup always dramk from..you got me on tbat...you always had a smile and even named our kids...Kelsey was Wilma the winer....you were quite a jokester back then and I'm sure you never stopped....I met you two around 92/93...and I'm blessed to have been considered family....I hope your at peace now and I'm gonna miss you.....

Posted by:
Bff&f

Posted on:
June 1, 2020

I will miss you so much my Bff&f. And I promise to give Teresa heck now and again for you

Posted by:
Allan Hovey

Posted on:
May 31, 2020

Gone but not forgotten. Meet you on the bridge!

Posted by:
Jenifer

Posted on:
May 31, 2020

Dad - This just doesn't seem real. How is it remotely possible that I'll never get another one of your infamous voicemail messages? It isn't fair, it isn't right and it just plain sucks. I love you forever and ever, old man.

Posted by:
Jerry & Deb Potter

Posted on:
May 31, 2020

With heartfelt sympathy on the passing of Dave, may the love, prayers and support of your family and friends bring you comfort during this most difficult time - Love, the Potter family...

Posted by:
Lon Downs

Posted on:
May 31, 2020

...So long, old friend....I'll miss you, Buddy.....Lon Downs

Posted by:
Nikki cummins

Posted on:
May 30, 2020

I will forever be be your little no nose Nikki. Rest in peace Uncle Dave. I lost very you much.💔💔😘

Posted by:
Beth & Bill Mackey

Posted on:
May 30, 2020

NO one could have asked for better neighbors since 2004! Dave we will miss your BIG Heart and to Teresa and the rest of the family we are always here for you - ALL! Rest in Peace and we will see you again. God Bless Beth & Bill Mackey

Posted by:
George. Kibat

Posted on:
May 30, 2020

Goodby 'ol friend , known Dave ssence 1966

Posted by:
Betty Schebaum

Posted on:
May 30, 2020

I'm so sorry for your loss. I will NEVER forget when you helped dennis and I paint houses. U were the life of the party. So many time when we was on the ladders you would be down on ground crackin jokes and dang near made me fall off the ladder from laughing so hard. U will dearly missed. R.I.P dave and till we meet again

Posted by:
Shawn Rorebeck

Posted on:
May 30, 2020

Going to miss you Dave you were my car buddy and meant more than you’ll ever know

Posted by:
Michelle & Phil Graham

Posted on:
May 29, 2020

'Oh you ornery turd Dave'! You will be missed along with your silliness. I'll never forget meeting him for the first time because of his 'old man' pajama's; they were a full body onesie type that had the big flap in the rear area(which was hanging freely open)! My heart hurts for Teresa, Armando & the rest of the family as they try moving forward without him. "The King has left the building...rest in peace Dave. God Bless.

Posted by:
Marty

Posted on:
May 29, 2020

Uncle Dave was an amazing man. I remember when he and Teresa first met. This big old lumberjack looking guy. But a true softie. With an attack Yorkie. My heart breaks for you all. Me and Nick “David” will forever be grateful for everything he was to us.