OBITUARY

David Alan Wells

December 18, 1975June 26, 2021
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David Alan Wells, was born on December 18, 1975, To Ron Wells, Sr., and Patricia Ann Wells. He graduated from Mary G. Montgomery High School in 1994. David was an avid University of Alabama football fan, who loved the Crimson Tide. He also loved deer hunting, fishing, and coaching his two daughters’ softball teams. He spent many hours at the ballpark working on fields, concession stands, running practices, coaching games and helping out with anything else that the teams or park needed. Better known to his friends and family as Dave, and Super-Dave, he was a devoted, doting father to his daughters, and strongly devoted to his family and friends. He was a true family man, who always went out of his way for those he loved. David was preceded in death by his Mother, Patricia Ann Pate Wells, his grandparents Clyde Raymond & Alice Wells, and Roy Leo & Martha Pate. He is survived by his father, Ron Wells, Sr. (Donna), his brothers Ron Wells, Jr. (Jeri Dockery), Jerry Wells (Cindy), His daughters, Patricia Brianne and Kinsley Braelyn, numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, a multitude of cousins, and many friends.

  • FAMILY

  • Patricia Wells, Mother (deceased)
  • Ron Wells, Sr., Father
  • Ron Wells, Jr., Brother
  • Jerry Wells, Brother
  • Patricia Brianne and Kinsley Braelyn, Daughters

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, July 3, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Saturday, July 3, 2021

  • Committal Service

    Saturday, July 3, 2021

Memories

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EARLINE (Faye) Day

June 30, 2021

Ron and Family,
I cannot imagine how heart broken you are. I do know that David will be dearly missed by so many. He was always so sweet and kind and a perfect gentleman. He will always be remembered.
You and family will be in my prayers.

Faye


sandra dockery

June 30, 2021

so sorry to hear of David's passing. My prayers and heart goes out to the family. A life taken too soon. love, Sandra and David Dockery

Ray- aka- candyman Hornbeak

June 29, 2021

First and foremost let me say " I'm truly sorry for this great lost" I also pray for David's loved ones-I like many others knew david from school it turned in to a really good friend- ship- we all hung out on oak hill drive- alot of memories there-from the porter twins to doogie to frankie and even others that has passed on- this guy always seemed to brighten a room up- David once came over to work with me a few times in a horse stables, growing up - it was shoveling horse manure out of stalls- he asked me- man wear are your gloves and a mask- I told him we ain't got none- he said I need something this crap stinks- I laughed I said you get used to it - I dont think he really did tho- first pitch fork of manure went into wheel barrow but the second one went to david- on his new shoes- say the least he got use to it- alot of fun times with him - david you will truly be missed bro- r.i.p my friend-

Michele Hewlett

June 29, 2021

My favorite memories of David are from lunch and field trips during middle and early highschool. He was fun, kind, and a great friend. I remember he would call me on the phone and we would talk for hours. He would always tell me that his mom thought that he should call me instead of me calling him, because girls shouldn’t call boys. Rest In Peace sweet friend.

Tammy May

June 29, 2021

May God comfort his family in this time and I extend my sincere sympathy to his family. Fly high David, I know you are dancing with angels.

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