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Theodore David

March 12, 2022

Theodore David, age 64, of Norwalk, passed away peacefully Saturday, March 12, 2022 with his children, Sam, Willie, Shi and Chrisy (AKA daughter) at his bedside.

Ted was born on June 17, 1957, to parents of William F. David and Mildred E. David of Moberly, MO. He loved the outdoors such as car rides, fishing, walks at the Sorrowful Mother of Shrine, and a die-hard fan of the Chiefs.

Ted was a single father, and his children was what he lived for. Shiann being the youngest was the joy of his life, “his NEMO and her Dory” as well as for all his children. Ted had nicknames for everyone, and they all know who they are, and those names will carry on.

Ted was preceded in death in death by his parents and brothers. He is survived by his children, Cassandra Camp, William David, Leanna Holden and Shiann Case; son-in-law, Alan Camp Jr.; and daughter-in-law, Lori Nay; grandkids, Eli and Novalie; siblings, Mike David, John David and Mark David; nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to Southern Care Hospice and Blossom Healthcare for their wonderful care given to their dad and support to the family. Arrangements by the Evans Funeral Home, Norwalk.

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Theodore David, age 64, of Norwalk, passed away peacefully Saturday, March 12, 2022 with his children, Sam, Willie, Shi and Chrisy (AKA daughter) at his bedside.

Ted was born on June 17, 1957, to parents of William F. David and Mildred E. David of Moberly, MO. He loved the outdoors such as car rides, fishing, walks at the Sorrowful Mother of Shrine, and a die-hard fan of the Chiefs.

Ted was a single father, and his children was what he lived for. Shiann being the youngest was the joy of his life, “his NEMO and her Dory” as well as for all his children. Ted had nicknames for everyone, and they all know who they are, and those names will carry on.

Ted was preceded in death in death by his parents and brothers. He is survived by his children, Cassandra Camp, William David, Leanna Holden and Shiann Case; son-in-law, Alan Camp Jr.; and daughter-in-law, Lori Nay; grandkids, Eli and Novalie; siblings, Mike David, John David and Mark David; nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to extend their sincere thanks to Southern Care Hospice and Blossom Healthcare for their wonderful care given to their dad and support to the family. Arrangements by the Evans Funeral Home, Norwalk.

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