Young’s Funeral Directors

508 Champagnolle, El Dorado, AR


David W Joyner

22 febrero , 19578 enero , 2020
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David Waldon Joyner, 62, of El Dorado, passed away, Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at the John R. Williamson Hospice House. He was born February 22, 1957 in El Dorado, AR.

He was a veteran of the United States Navy and earned his Associates Degree from South Arkansas Community College. David was employed by South Arkansas Community College as an Assistant in the Performance and Media Arts Department and was a member of El Dorado First Assembly of God Church. He loved animals, entertaining, and especially spending time with his wife and family.

He is preceded in death by his father, Jerry David Joyner.

Those left to cherish his memory are his wife of 37 years, Debbie Joyner; mother, Noweeta Joyner; his three children, Jerry Joyner (Jamie), Jennifer Joyner, Leta Joyner; his grandson, Dylan Hickman; two brothers, Robert Joyner (Karen), Jonathan Joyner (Kristen); and a host of nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, January 11, 2020 at El Dorado First Assembly with Rev. Greg Tucker and Rev. Chris Cleveland officiating. Visitation will begin at 9:30 prior to the service at the church. Interment with military honors will be held at the Arkansas State Veterans Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family to assist with funeral expenses.

An online guest registry will be available at www.youngsfuneralhome.com


  • Jonathan Joyner
  • Robert Joyner
  • Samuel Joyner
  • Logan Joyner
  • Reid Moore
  • George McWilliams
  • Kevin Hansen
  • Tommy Hubbard


  • Visitation sábado, 11 enero , 2020
  • Funeral Service sábado, 11 enero , 2020
  • Interment miércoles, 15 enero , 2020


David W Joyner


Steven Dison

15 enero , 2020

I grew up next door to David and his brothers, they are much older than me. One of my earliest memories is David scaring me with a Tarantula spider and then telling me there was nothing to be scared of. I thought he was so cool one Halloween when he did make up for us with nothing more than toilet paper, syrup, and some red makeup. He was always one if thr nicest guys I knew.

Amanda Duran

15 enero , 2020

He was so nice and loved God and his family.


13 enero , 2020

My two youger brothers, Keith and Tim, and I grew up with David, Jonathan, and Robert Joyner. We went to First Assembly of God, and spent a lot of time together otherwise. All three of the Joyner's were more like extended family than good friends. I remember coming to El Dorado 20 or so years ago for the music festival and realized some person in a cartoon costume was tailing me around, not saying anything, just standing there. I couldn't see their face due to the costume. When he got real close and said "Hi Dennis" I really freaked out. Then David pulled his costume head off, laughing, and talked a long time. That was David's way, his character, and how I'll always remember him, and miss him. I pray for all his family.

Nelson Post

12 enero , 2020

David and I go way back., all the way to when he and his brother, Jonathan were in high school and I taught there. David was a very unique guy. He did a mean Richard Nixon impression and was quite a performer. Always friendly and outgoing. My wife helps prepare and serve a meal at hospice once a month. David came up to her and engaged her in a conversation the last time she was there. She told me about it later and remarked about his kindness. He will be missed. God be with his family in this difficult time.

Joanie Bush

11 enero , 2020

I have fond memories of growing up with David at First Assembly. He, Jonathan, & Robert kept us entertained; especially as teenagers, with all the hilarious films they “produced “ & showed at youth functions.
My husband & I moved back to El Dorado recently after living away for almost 40 years. On our first Sunday back home, after Worship, David stopped by to welcome us back. What a gracious & loving gesture! That’s who he was. He will be missed.

Jared Hickman

11 enero , 2020

David is one of the greatest men I have ever met. His focus on putting his family and others before his needs was evident the moment I met him. He had a heart and soul of pure gold and tried to keep things very light for those around him. His humor, intelligence and love radiated throughout everyone who was lucky enough to know him. I know he will continue to take care of his family up above.

Vince,Renee,Nathan,Jared,& Ashley Carrell

11 enero , 2020

To all the family we send our love and prayers. Seems like yesterday we were all together enjoying health and fellowship. So many wonderful memories yet time and health pass so quickly. This short life is only a preparation for our eternal reward. Thankfully, we have hope in Christ Jesus our Lord. May the Holy Spirit comfort you during this difficult time. Our love, prayers, and thoughts are with you all.

Michelle Lang

11 enero , 2020

David is a dear friend and he will be missed. I sorry I can't attend the funeral but I'm so glad I got to see and talk to him before God called him home. Our prayers are with the family. Ronnie and Michelle

Keith Shanks

10 enero , 2020

David created so many memories for my two brothers and me. He made our youth special. He was our Christian brother and a gift from God to all of us. He was fun to be with, full of imagination, and creative. Growing up with David (and—bonus—with Jonathan and Robert too) led to adventures I won’t forget. And—bonus—God put Noweeta there to provide adult supervision. I look forward to seeing David in Heaven.

Marcia Tucker

10 enero , 2020

David was definitely gifted with a talent to entertain and bring smiles to people. But his greatest gift was his faith and love of God, as all the Joyner family. It was a privilege to have known him.