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Rollins Funeral Home

1401 Hudson Road, Rogers, AR

OBITUARY

David Braziel

February 9, 1958May 28, 2019
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David Braziel, 61, of Bentonville went to be with the Lord on May 28th, 2019. He was born on February 9th, 1958 in Richmond, CA. He passed away at Circle of Life Hospice in Springdale, Arkansas with his wife and daughter at his side. He was a Walmart truck driver (known as ‘Casper’) for 21 years out of 30 years of Truck driving. David also worked as a Correctional Officer for the State of Oklahoma for 8 years in Hodgens, Oklahoma before truck driving. David spent most of his time working and taking care of his family, he enjoyed fishing and hunting when he got the chance. David worked all his life until diagnosed with Small Cell Cancer throughout his body which he fought for three months. David had a personal relationship with Jesus Christ, he was saved and baptized in Jesus Name and ready to meet his Savior.

He leaves behind his wife of 35 years, Teresa Braziel of Bentonville, Ark., one Daughter, Lindsey Ferguson of Springdale, Arkansas, Two Grandchildren, Cheyenne Dalton and Greyson Dalton of Springdale, Arkansas. Visitation will be held Friday, May 31, 2019 at Rollins Funeral chapel from 5pm to 7pm. Funeral service will be held at Rollins Funeral Home Chapel on Saturday, June 1st, 2019 at 9:30am with Pastor Dale Wilson officiating. Burial will follow at Friendship Cemetery in Springdale, Arkansas. Arrangements are under the care of Rollins Funeral Home of Rogers, AR. www.RollinsFuneral.com

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Rick Moore, Pallbearer
  • Tom Crissey, Pallbearer
  • Blake Roath, Pallbearer
  • Austin Roath, Pallbearer
  • Hunter Roath, Pallbearer
  • Mike Sipes, Pallbearer

Services

  • Visitation Friday, May 31, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, June 1, 2019

Memories

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Dinah Walker

May 31, 2019

I started out to be the " cleaning lady" a few times and then eventually became Teresa's friend, then met David. We always had a good time talking about different things. David brought in some some catfish, from Catfish John's, for everyone, one time, that was fabulous. We were all around the same age..like cousins. He will be missed

John Thompson

May 31, 2019

David and I was hired on the same day as well. He was a good friend to me and I Pray that I was to him🙏 Him and I would do some fishing 🎣 on our days off. We enjoyed each other’s company, and he will be Greatly Missed. Rest In Peace 🙌

Cathy Foltz

May 30, 2019

David was always a gentleman when he came in to pick up His load. He was always a hard worker. David would talk lovingly about Teresa, his wife, daughter, Lindsey and his precious grandchildren. He surely will be missed. Praying for your hearts Teresa and Lindsey.

Beckie Pyeatt

May 30, 2019

David was a great guy and one of the nicest drivers, he always said hello when he came into the office, and spoke very fondly of his wife and daughter.

I will always remember his smile.
Rest in peace David.

Bertha Rainey

May 30, 2019

My first memory of David was about 30 years ago. He was trucking and gone most of the time. Lindsey was just a toddler and loved the movie Bambi and watched it several times a day. After a few times of sitting through it David said"I don't hunt but I could sure shoot that deer! " He was a loving father and husband to the two women in his life. Will be missed be many but be reunited some day.

Tiffanie Padan

May 29, 2019

David i didnt know long,but his only surviving sibling is like an uncle to me,when we went to visit i was treated as if i was part of the family by him and his beautiful wife teresa. Its such a heartbreak someone so sweet was taken so soon.i already miss our little laughs during phone calls,he def knew how to turn a frown upside down. Shine in heaven david,make sure to give your mom,cocoa and sue a great big hug from me.

Terriea Pullig

May 29, 2019

David was a very nice man . I met him through his beautiful wife Teresa. We had some things in common like working for Walmart, and then we both had schitzus, his was Chloe . He always had a smile and made you feel so welcome . His presence will be missed. But we will see each other again .

Billy Hammers

May 29, 2019

David was not only my friend but my brother-in-law. He loved and was unconditionally committed to my sister Teresa and his daughter Lindsey. He was kind, loving, and a very giving person in everything...he had a soft heart. He was a devoted man to his job , he loved being a driver for Wal-Mart and was considered by his fellow drivers as a true professional. He was blessed by two beautiful grandchildren and I wish he could have been here a little longer to enjoy them growing up and being a mentor.David was a loving husband and father and when he wasn’t driving, he was with his family. David will be missed by his family, friends, fellow drivers, and myself. I baptized David and Teresa several years ago and he embraced his Savior Jesse Christ. Although he suffered here, he is now whole again with no pain or suffering walking on streets of gold. Rev Billy E Hammers

Rick Moore

May 29, 2019

I only met David about three weeks ago. In those three weeks, I found him to be a kind and gentle person who loved his family. When I would visit with him we would talk and laugh about the days when we used to be truck drivers. It was a short three weeks but during that time I was very blessed to have met a great man who became my friend. Rest in peace my friend with our Lord and Saviour. I will miss you and our talks about the old days.

Buddy Jones

May 29, 2019

David and I hired on together at Walmart, April 27th, 1998. We shared a truck in the early days of flex drivers. He will be greatly missed.

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