OBITUARY

David Wayne Wingate

August 29, 1962April 29, 2019
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David Wayne Wingate passed away on April 29, 2019 in Nacogdoches, Texas. He was born on August 29, 1962 in Nacogdoches, Texas to parents, Earnest Wingate and Juanita Self Wingate.

David loved to hunt, fish, cook and garden.

He is survived by father, Earnest Wingate; brothers, Gene Wingate and wife Ruth, Bill Wingate and wife Rusty; sisters, Mary Bronsell, Gayla Chandler and husband Mike, Cindy McBride and husband Roger, Marie Wingate, and numerous nieces and nephews. Preceded in death by his mother; brother, Dale Wingate.

Funeral services will be held, 2:00 PM, Friday, May 3, 2019, Cason Monk-Metcalf Sunset Chapel. Friends and family are invited to a visitation from 6:00 PM until 8:00 PM, Thursday, at Cason Monk-Metcalf, located at 5400 North Street in Nacogdoches.

Arrangements are under the direction of Cason Monk-Metcalf Funeral Directors, Nacogdoches, Texas.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 2, 2019
  • Funeral Service Friday, May 3, 2019

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William Richards

May 4, 2019

First of all R.I.P. my friend!
I can remember the days back in school, don't ask him if he wanted to play horseshoes cause you were asking to get embarrassed cause he would give you a spanking. I never saw another person that could hold and flip a shoe like David.
I hadn't seen him in a long time and recently moved back in to town but he has always had a job and am pretty sure the same job as long as I can remember.
I would run into him after he would be getting off work at one of the dollar stores in Central Heights. He always had nice and funny things to say.
R.I.P. David you will be missed by many, see you one day in heaven!

Katie Barrett

May 2, 2019

I remember one day that Uncle David thought I had got bitten by a snake him and my mom put me his van and went as fast as he could to the hospital running other cars off the road got to the hospital and they said have a seat he took me from mom and busted through to the back and told them to wait that this girl was going to be seen right know and of course if anyone knew Uncle David they know how he said it
Rest in everlasting peace
Uncle David I will catch a big fish 4 u
Love Always Katie Lady

Hope Mcbride

May 2, 2019

Uncle David would be listen to music an say who that baby that bob segar or AC/DC!!! An then just start dance 😊😊😊 . Or always say I got a sweet tooth got anything sweet . An before we leave each other I tell him love u uncle David an he say love u to an tell that boy hi . Miss u uncle David 😕😕

Jacob Hayes

May 1, 2019

I’ll never forget the time me and my parents was fishing at lake murvaul and David was there and I have known him all my life and I was on a log throwing line out and something happened and I fall in the water and he was the closest one to me and with out thinking he jumped in to Save me rip my friend you will be missed

Sammy Craig

May 1, 2019

I would either see David down at the Chevron every morning heading to work, or if one of us got to work before the other we would stand outside across the street and wave at each other. Many times in the morning he would come across the street just to talk before we both opened up our business. I’m gonna miss him he was a good friend.

Ricky Lowe

May 1, 2019

When i think of David it always bring a smile to my face.. Him cutting Unk Harvey cord off the saw. His crooked smile.. Always a kind words and made to feel welcome at his home..
R I P David, you'll be missed but never forgotten...
Love you brother.

lisa bronsell

April 30, 2019

uncle David was a unforgettable person in my life as I was growing up .whether it was teaching me to trap and skin a coon to telling if my hair and make up looked ok before I went out on the weekend or telling people I was his niece don't think about she to young
love you uncle David I will miss you and tell grandma I love and miss her everyday

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