David Everett Moore

October 12, 1962 - October 7, 2021

David passed away on October 7,2021 in Dallas Texas. He is survived by his wife Toni Bayne, his son Tristin and step son Brandon, his siblings, Florence Golimowski (Moore), James Edward Moore and John Robert Moore and 11 nieces and nephews.

He precedes in death his mother Lillian F. Moore, father Emmett A. Moore Sr. and brother George.  

David was born in Seattle Washington October 12, 1962 and grew up in Byesville, Ohio. He retired from Local 12 Operating Engineers as a Heavy Equipment Operator and was then a Self Employed Truck Driver until his death.

A Celebration of Life will be held Monday, Nov 1st @ 6pm – Joy & Darron Rudd – 514 Hull Street Henderson, NV 89015

5 replies on “David Everett Moore”

Alice & Joe Kreidler says:

Toni Marie, Papa and I are so very sorry for your loss of David. Please know you are in our prayers. We both send our love and sincerest sympathy.
Papa and grandma Kreidler

Florence Golimowski (Moore) says:

To Bubba.
As I travel these routine routes, chasing dotted lines on the hwy I expect a call at any time, just checking in to see whats up, are you driving and to say I love you. Although I was given other brothers, I have only one Bubba. Yes, baby brother. To laugh, cry, and share lifes experiences.
My heart is heavy with the loss of you. I will keep you alive in my heart and thoughts. God made only one David Everett Moore, he blessed you with only one child (a spitten image of you) Tristin. You will be remembered as a very special man who will forever be missed and memories cherished forever.

Florence Golimowski (Moore) says:

To my Beloved Brother David,
Your memories, and life experiences will be forever cherished. The time we shared from your birth till your last breath. I watched you grow from a child to the man you became. I am proud to have you as my Baby Brother (Bubba).
From Ohio to Nevada those you encountered will carry your memories with them forever.
Love you forever.
Sister Flo

Lisa Keene says:

I’m feeling a little lost without my Best Friend. We had so many good times together, a 35 year friendship, we’ve been through a lot together. Dave had a knack for story telling, man, I’m going to miss those. He had a Big heart especially when it came to animals. He fought fiercely for those he loved, and was a champion for his son Tristen, who is a chip off his fathers block. Dave loved Nevada and made the desert his home. I’ll always remember him teaching me to drive a stick shift, and how to shoot a rifle! Oh, and man could that guy ride a horse! It didn’t matter what we were doing, dessert bombing, shooting guns, boating on lake meads or holding on to him for dear life on the back of his motorcycle. Kicking back and enjoying a beer and shooting the shit ❤️ I always knew I was safe. Dave had so many friends, I don’t know if there is anyone in Boulder City that didn’t know Him. He left his mark and he will always be my family.

Lisa says:

I’m feeling a little lost without my Best Friend. We had so many good times together, a 35 year friendship, we’ve been through a lot together. Dave had a knack for story telling, man, I’m going to miss those. He had a Big heart especially when it came to animals. He fought fiercely for those he loved, and was a champion for his son Tristen, who is a chip off his fathers block. Dave loved Nevada and made the desert his home. I’ll always remember him teaching me to drive a stick shift, and how to shoot a rifle! Oh, and man could that guy ride a horse! It didn’t matter what we were doing, dessert bombing, shooting guns, boating on lake meads or holding on to him for dear life on the back of his motorcycle. Kicking back and enjoying a beer and shooting the shit ❤️ I always knew I was safe. Dave had so many friends, I don’t know if there is anyone in Boulder City that didn’t know Him. He left his mark and he will always be my family.

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