OBITUARY

Mr. David Noel DuBose

December 4, 1958January 4, 2021

David Noel DuBose (62), of North Richland Hills, passed away on January 4, 2021 due to complications from covid.

He was born in Fort Worth, TX on December 4, 1958. He traveled the world with the Texas Boys Choir, and even sang for the Pope. He was a proud graduate of Richland High School '77 and went on to marry the love of his life and high school sweetheart, Brenda, on May 13, 1978. In the forty-two years of their marriage, they enjoyed raising their three daughters, working on cars and taking road trips through the mountains. He was there for every game or activity coaching or encouraging his kids and grandkids. David gave bear hugs and smiles to each person in his life and when he hugged you, you knew he meant it. He was so proud of his family. David had passion and knowledge for cars and was an Automotive Inspector. He attended Gateway Church with his family for the last 15 years and loved sports, the Cowboys and spending time with his beloved wife. He is forever in our hearts until we meet again.

David is survived by wife, Brenda, daughters Jennifer Morcom, Jessica Cowan and spouse Eric, Jill Kirk and spouse John, grandkids Daniel, Nathan, Carli, TJ, Alexis, Kyler, Natalie, John, William, and Duncan, sisters Candis Blankinship and spouse James, Jonna Wilson and spouse Dean, brother Dan and a host of family and friends including his brother from another mother, Randy Bourland.

Among those greeting him in Heaven are his father John Marion DuBose, Jr, Mother Doris Coffey DuBose, brother John Marion DuBose, III and numerous beloved family members and friends.

To honor and celebrate David's life, please join his family for a service at Gateway Church, North Fort Worth Campus, 4209 Basswood Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76137 on Saturday, January 23 at 10am.

Services

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ROBERT CONLEY

January 21, 2021

David was a man of Superior Intellect, He was always happy ! He was engaging and truly interested in other people and their lives.
We would talk at length about a variety subjects when he came to our shop . A very interesting person, He will be deeply missed. I wish him all of that , that God will bestow upon him .

In his memoir.

Cynthia ( Cindy ) Delwaide

January 21, 2021

Prayers for your family during this difficult time.

Cindy Delwaide

Kathleen Green

January 17, 2021

Dear cousin Brenda and girls,
I met David only once when your dad went to be with The Lord. David was such a loving dad and husband and welcomed mom and I. He did all he could do to help us while we were there. I know your dad and mom, and maybe my mom were there to welcome him into their arms too. You , your girls and their families are continually in my thoughts and prayers. I love all of you.
Kathay

Stephanie Duncan-Gross

January 14, 2021

Dear Brenda,

My heart broke for you and the girls when I heard of David’s passing. David’s parents, Jim and Doris were close friends of my parents before any of us kids were born. My dad kept a knife in his desk drawer Jim had made and had given him so many years ago. David’s brother, John would babysit me and my sisters when we were little. It was always so thrilling when I ran into you and David over the years. It must be comforting to know David is in Heaven and we will see him again. You, Candice, Jonna, Dan and the children are in my prayers for strength and comfort.

With Love,
Stephanie Duncan Gross

Donna Reed

January 14, 2021

Brenda, My eyes are filled with tears as I write this! I've known David since we were 5 years old. He lived across the street on Onyx Dr. in NRH. We played outside EVERYDAY of our childhood life. I loved him and his family so much! I'm still in shock he's gone especially due to Covid! I know you both were so in love because David was so happy. Im so thankful me and him got to talk quite a bit at our 40th HS reunion. He was a wonderful person to be around and I wouldn't trade our childhood days for nothing. My condolences to you and your family..this was such a great loss and I'm so sorry Brenda..Take care of yourself! I pray you have Peace in your heart.. Love, Donna Reed

Jerry Nations

January 13, 2021

Brenda,
I am still in shock. I cannot imagine a world without Big Dave. If it wasn't for you and him I would never have seen 25! He was the closest thing to a second dad that I could have ever had. Kristeen and I will cherish all the times we had and long before that all the love he showed me when he spoke of you. Bear hugs will be greatly missed but his heartfelt laugh can never be replaced. We grieve with you but know that Jesus will carry you through this time. Please let us know how we can help.

Sadie Harrison-Fincher

January 13, 2021

Brenda,

What a profound loss for you and your family. I am praying that you might find peace and healing as you grieve for David. Although David and I were only acquaintances, I felt like I knew him from all the lovely family stories and memories you shared with me over the years. He was a good, kind man, that will be sorely missed by everyone whose life he touched.

Much love,
Sadie

Sue Williams

January 13, 2021

Brenda,
Sorry to here about David.

Cindy Spradling

January 13, 2021

I loved growing up in the youth group of RHCC. I have such great memories of David and his enormous bear hugs. Prayers for strength, healing and peace for you Brenda and the rest of the family. Hugs❤️

Dana Dotter

January 13, 2021

Saw this picture in the annual and made me smile

FROM THE FAMILY