David Merton Hurley II

May 8, 1977June 28, 2018

David M. Hurley II, age 41 of Parma passed away June 28, 2018. He was born May 8, 1977 to David and Lois (Labun) Hurley in Albion, Michigan.

David, known as Davey to his family, found his greatest joy in his children. He loved watching their sporting events and band concerts. He was very proud of each one of them and often-shared memories and pictures of special times and vacations. He shared his love of the outdoors with them through camping and hunting, as well as frequent trips to watch his cousins race or play softball.

His children David M. Hurley III, Troy P. Hurley and Kayla M. Hurley survive David. Also his partner, Erin Rolfe and her children Gabrielle and Emily; siblings, Melissa (Ron) Beckett of Cheboygan, Nicole (Garrett) Branstetter, Julie Thomas both of Parma; Kari (Billy) Roddy of Wheeler; grandfather, Merton (Bud) Hurley of Bryan, TX; many aunts, uncles as well as nieces, nephews and cousins.

He was preceded in death by his parents Dave & Lois Hurley; grandparents, Harold & Grace Labun and Joyce Hurley; Uncle Joe Labun and a cousin John P. Labun

According to his wishes, Cremation has taken place and a Memorial Service will be Friday, July 6, 2018 at 12:00PM with visitation starting at 11:00AM at the J. Kevin Tidd Funeral Home, 811 Finley Drive, Albion, Michigan 49224.

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  • Visitation Friday, July 6, 2018
  • Memorial Service Friday, July 6, 2018

David Merton Hurley II

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Sarah McGillis

July 2, 2018

Dave was my brother in law. He was in my family for 9 years before him and my sister for divorced but I still called him my family. He will greatly be missed by many. Rip Dave.

Mark Prater

July 2, 2018

I meet Dave 14 yrs ago we worked together in Marshall we hit it off from day one we had lost touch of each other as yrs went by a few yrs ago we meet up again from then on me and Dave was very close friends if we didn’t see each other every day we at least talked on the phone Dave would bring the family over to visit quite often my wife and kids loved to see Dave and Erin and the kids my kids spent nights at Dave’s and Erin’s they called him uncle Dave and aunt Erin this has been such a shock to us Dave will be truly missed fly high my friend until we meet again