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1020 Huguenot Road, Midlothian, VA

OBITUARY

David Seth Spivey

October 17, 1968August 27, 2019
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David “ Seth” Spivey, 50, passed away at home Tuesday, August 27 2019. He is survived by his mother Beverley Q. Spivey. Seth was preceded in death by his father, Fred D. Spivey, and his grandparents.

Seth was a graduate of Monacan High School class of 1986 and worked as a pest control technician. He was a kind and generous man, a lover of bluegrass and country music and all animals, especially dogs. He loved to play his guitar and entertain singing and playing. Seth was also an avid nascar fan, rooting for anyone driving a Ford! He was fun-loving but in many ways a very private person.

He knew the Lord Jesus and through his many struggles in life knew where his help came from. He is now safe in the arms of Jesus and with his much loved Dad but he will be so very missed by many who knew him well.

Funeral services will be held at 11am Friday, September 6, 2019 at West End Assembly of God 401 N. Parham Road with visitation from 9 am to 10:45 am Interment at 2 pm at Sunset Memorial Park 2901 W. Hundred Road Chester, VA. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to West End Assembly of God, Missions Department or your local animal shelter. On line condolences maybe made at www.woodyfuneralhomehuguenot.com

  • FAMILY

  • He is survived by his mother Beverley Q. Spivey. Seth was preceded in death by his father, Fred D. Spivey, and his grandparents.
  • DONATIONS

  • West End Assembly of God, Missions Department
  • your local animal shelter

Services

  • Visitation Friday, September 6, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, September 6, 2019
  • Graveside Service Friday, September 6, 2019

Memories

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TRISH SPENCE

September 2, 2019

Once you met Seth you knew you had a friend for life. Seth worked with our family business Spence's Pest Control for several years. It's always a shock when you see a young man pass in his prime. Cooter, Seth we know you are looking down and smiling at us as we try to write a family friendly message to you and your family. I know you and your Dad are catching up on all the memories you have to share.
Beverly we want to extend our sympathy to you and your family.
Seth will be missed every day, till we see him again.
Trish & Walt Spence, Jr.

Trixie Colleton

August 30, 2019

Seth moved in 6 months after I did and we were neighbors I could sit on my porch and see the back of his house. When I got divorced, that's when we really became friends. He had done alot for me, since I'm a singal woman and living alone. He was like my brother. He love my animals. when I would have yo go to ohio to see my mommy he always took care of my animals for me, and never wanted anything in return. When he lost flash, his dog. That liked to have killed him. 2 months ago I had to put my Frankie down and he came over to my house and we just held each other and cried. When I got married to Joe, seth and joe became really good friends. When we would go places we always asked him to go, and sometimes he would and sometimes he wouldn't. Now as I sit on my porch and see the back of his house it's really hard to look over there. If I was sitting on the porch and he came home from work he always waved and asked me about my day, then I'd ask him about his. Seth iam sure going to miss you cooter, joe and I both are going to miss you terribly and so is pooky. God Speed my friend, we love and miss you buddy, thank you for everything you did for me and joe. Love you my brother.

Debbie Lanham

August 29, 2019

I am so sad to hear this. Our deepest sympathy to Bev and the Spivey family. Seth and I had many talks over the past two years about his Dad. He missed him deeply. Please know that we are interceding for the family and pray that our awesome Savior and Peace Speaker will provide comfort and strength during this time. God bless,
Kevin and Debbie

Karen Marshall

August 28, 2019

I have too many great memories of Sethro. But one that we most recently talked about, is the day that we met. My brother had brought him over to our house on Hensley Road, he was supposed to be helping Allen with his car. But instead he sat in the house talking to me the whole time while Allen worked on his car alone. From that day forward we were connected. 33 years later, here we are we said. He said God planned that. Now he knows why. I know why too. Always knew. I always was and will always be your "Get me" girl. That will never change. I miss you and fly high, Doo.
Love, Loretta

Jeff Saunders

August 28, 2019

One weekend our junior or senior yr of HS Seth was in his Mustang and me in my VW bug both of us heading to our homes. A few days previous to this night Seth had helped me take the original steering wheel off and a custom one in its place. My Dad was already frustrated with me being late and with every fabricated excuse I could conjure. On the way home, fortunately with Seth behind me due to the same route, the steering wheel was turning but without turning the front wheels. Thankfully the car was aimed at the Crown gas station parking lot. Seth always carried tools in his trunk so he was able to fix the problem. But what else he did is only what a good friend would do. He took the pay phone receiver from me while I was talking to my Dad and explained the mechanics of what happened and I was indeed telling the truth. Obviously he was convincing because my Dad said no more about it. Naturally Seth and I laughed until tears were in our eyes all the while he was fixing the steering wheel.

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Biography

David “ Seth” Spivey, 50, passed away at home Tuesday, August 27 2019. He is survived by his mother Beverley Q. Spivey. Seth was preceded in death by his father, Fred D. Spivey, and his grandparents.

Seth was a graduate of Monacan High School class of 1986 and worked as a pest control technician. He was a kind and generous man, a lover of bluegrass and country music and all animals, especially dogs. He loved to play his guitar and entertain singing and playing. Seth was also an avid nascar fan, rooting for anyone driving a Ford! He was fun-loving but in many ways a very private person.

He knew the Lord Jesus and through his many struggles in life knew where his help came from. He is now safe in the arms of Jesus and with his much loved Dad but he will be so very missed by many who knew him well.

Funeral services will be held at 11am Friday, September 6, 2019 at West End Assembly of God 401 N. Parham Road with visitation from 9 am to 10:45 am Interment at 2 pm at Sunset Memorial Park 2901 W. Hundred Road Chester, VA. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to West End Assembly of God, Missions Department or your local animal shelter. On line condolences maybe made at www.woodyfuneralhomehuguenot.com