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David Lee Hayes

June 21, 1967November 11, 2020

David Lee Hayes was born June 21, 1967 and passed away on November 11, 2020. David is survived by his children; Brianna, Shelby, Julianna and Aaliyha and their mother Laurie, Brother; Mark Hayes, Nieces; Tiffany Hayes and Angela Hayes. David is preceded in death by his parents Donal Hayes and Phyllis James.

David was a Christian and attended Lake Point Bible Church. He was the Games Director and enjoyed spending time at the church. He had many great friends from church and he had a great friendship with Pastor Dean. David was an avid outdoorsman and loved all the activities nature had to offer, he loved riding bikes, fishing and hiking through the woods. He shared his love of nature with his children who often joined him in those activities making memories that they will cherish forever. He also enjoyed his hobby of RC cars. David will be deeply missed by his family and friends.

A visitation will be held on Wednesday November 18, 2020 at 4:00pm until time of service at 7:00pm at Harry J Will Funeral Home in Livonia. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Michigan Humane Society in David's memory

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Scott Buck

November 24, 2020

Dave was the first neighbor I met when I moved into Lincoln Park, a great happy person that made me feel welcome. I’m sorry we lost touch and sad to hear of his passing, my deepest condolences go out to his family and loved ones. God bless. Dave, I’ll see you on the other side.

Brenda Houston

November 18, 2020

I only met you a couple of times, but those times were very pleasant and joyful. First time was for Sheblys birthday party, girls had so much fun, and then had to get a foosball table for Ashlyn. She loved it so much. The girls are still great friends. Hope they always are.
You will never be forgotten, you are forever in the hearts of your girls and family.
Sending love and prayers to your beautiful girls!

Diane Schmitz

November 18, 2020

Our family get togethers and camping trips I have wonderful memories of good times . You were always kind & loving & helpful .
You will be miss greatly
Love you Aunt Diane

Melissa Birch

November 18, 2020

Dave or Hub as we called him was my brother in law. One of my favorite memories is when Hub and my sister Laurie came down to Florida to visit me. My daughter Hanna was only around 18-24 months old at the time and she thought Hub’s name was Hug. So she kept calling him Uncle Hug! It was the cutest thing! We all laughed every time she would call for him.” Uncle hug! Uncle hug!”It was so cute and funny and of course Hub absolutely just adored her calling him that.
Hub was a great man and he will be so very missed! Rest In Peace Hub. We love you.

Ken White

November 18, 2020

Hub,
Thru the high school years, and the early Beefcarver years, you were always there.
Always honest, always real, always Hub.
You never changed. Never pretended to be anyone but who you were.
We lost track of each other for a long time, but when I finally found you again, you were just as you were. Still Hub, just with a long grey beard like mine.
Rest well old friend. I know where you’ve gone to, and I’ll see you again someday.

Rich davidson

November 18, 2020

Great times was a good friend remember days back in school we used to drive around in are Buicks Oldsmobiles with Pete P. And Mike F and mess around on the CB radios . Deck are cars out with lights great memories. Well truly be missed what a great friend !

jeff michaud

November 18, 2020

Hub
I have many great memories working with you thru the years at
the Sign of the Beefcarver.
Cheryl and myself will always remember you .

Your friend

Jeff Michaud

Laurie Hayes

November 17, 2020

So many....
Dave use to love to scare people. He would tell me how he would scare the guys at work and how angry they would get.
Dave loved his dogs. Sheba, lucy, and pepper, all german shepherds. His best friend, charlie brown, the chocolate lab. Dave physically hurt when charlie passed away.
Have had gorgeous eyes and a heart of gold. He will be missed horribly.

Laraine Wilson

November 16, 2020

Hube, you were a special guy. Always enjoyed seeing you at family functions. You had a wonderful sense of humor and such a positive out look on life. Especially enjoyed our conversation about the Lord and how you loved AWANA. Hub, you will be missed more than you know.

Joshua Schneider

November 16, 2020

My condolences and prayers to the family. I worked with Dave for several years at the Beefcarver. He was such an awesome person that was full of life and laughter. I never seen Dave upset and I always looked forward to his jokes. I remember him always talking about his kids and what adventure he wanted to do next. Dave will truly be missed and I am thankful for the laughs and good times we shared.

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