OBITUARY

David Archer Atwood

March 9, 1999June 10, 2018
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David Archer Atwood departed this life on Sunday, June 10th. He left behind his father, Greg, his mother, Jessica, his brothers, Richard, Robert and Daniel, and his grandparents, Kenneth and Pat Atwood, along with additional extended family. David was an outgoing and adventurous personality who enjoyed making people laugh and breaking the tension in any circumstance. His tender heart and compassion were no secret to those close to him. Having him turn and give a goofy grin seemed to brighten any room, as any patron of the Emerald Princess or anyone in his Scout Troop 204 would tell you. He had a talent for making life exciting and living through his very adventurous spirit. David will be missed greatly by his family and friends. Visitation is at Edo Miller Funeral Home from 6:00 – 8:00 Wednesday and the funeral is at Edo Miller Funeral Home at 11:00 Thursday morning. There will be a graveside service after the funeral at Ebenezer Cemetery in Eulonia, Georgia.

  • FAMILY

  • David leaves behind his father, Greg, his mother, Jessica, his brothers, Richard, Robert and Daniel, and his grandparents, Kenneth and Pat Atwood, along with additional extended family.
  • PALLBEARERS

  • Richard Atwood, Active
  • Robert Atwood, Active
  • Daniel Atwood, Active
  • Eamon Moloney, Active
  • Tony Atwood, Active
  • Matt Miller, Active

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, June 13, 2018
  • Funeral Service Thursday, June 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

David Archer Atwood

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Kimberly Gordon Williams

June 15, 2018

Greg, Jessica, and boys,

I wish I had the opportunity at the funeral to hug each of your necks. The sadness and burden I feel for you is immense. Your little family and your friendship has always had such a special place in my heart and I wish that there were words that would offer you peace. Praying for each of you and we are here for anything that you may need.

Kimberly and Tim Williams

Elizabeth Evans

June 15, 2018

Sending my Heartfelt Condolences. He was such a kind young man. Only met him a few times. But he always made me feel like he cared. Know that you in my prayers.

Sara Washburn

June 14, 2018

We knew the Atwoods when we lived near them in Turtle Creek. We lovingly remember the boys ringing our doorbell to see if Mafanel (their pronuncation for Nathaniel) could come out and play. We loved all of you and still do/ Our hearts ache for you. Nathaniel was at the service today---drove 7 hours to get there. He lives in Niceville, Fl and I still call him Mafanel!! The Washburns--Doc, Sara, Faith, Matthew, Jennifer, Stephen, Andrew and Mafanel.

Karla Pefanis

June 12, 2018

David will live on in our thoughts and in our hearts until we meet again. The memories he leaves us with will never be forgotten, at our dinner table stuffing his mouth full, and me telling him he is never allowed to feed my future grandchildren, digging in our fridge foraging for cheese, leaving the toilet seat up just to aggravate a house full of girls, loving on his “buddy” (my service dog Echo) and taking him on walks, being here for me when my dad passed away, and the list goes on. I never thought I would win him over being his girlfriend’s over protective mom, but I did and we formed a bond and learned to respect and appreciate each other. My prayers are with his family and friends who he loved dearly.

MiKenzi Thomas

June 12, 2018

David was the first love of my life and he was my best friend. Whenever I was down or upset he knew how to make me happy and feeling my best. I loved him with all my heart. He holds a very permanent place in my heart and always will. I love and miss you so much.

MiKayla Cabrera

June 12, 2018

You will always be part of the family David ❤️

Cassie Cain

June 12, 2018

I have known David since the 5th grade. We grew up together in band. He was incredibly funny, and always kind to me. I wasn’t very close to him, but I have a lot of memories of him, most of the time where I was laughing or rolling my eyes at one of his silly jokes, ranging from when we were just 10 years old, up to our graduation, just last year. My prayers sincerely go out to his family and other loved ones. ❤️

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY