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Obituary: David A. King

david-king-rgbDavid A. King
March 20, 1962 – Jan. 9, 2017
Resident of Pleasant Hill

David is survived by his mother, Ruth King, of Pleasant Hill, brothers Jack King (Roberta) of Martinez and Gary King of Pleasant Hill; three children, Nicole Moore (Jason) of Boise, Idaho, Kyle King of Boise and Tyler King (Angelica) of Martinez. He also leaves behind two granddaughters, Sophie and Emma Moore of Boise. Also survived by Denise Ballerstein King of Boise, Idaho. David will also be missed by numerous friends. Private services.

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  1. Forever young …🙏❤

  2. Love and miss you Dad.

  3. RIP Dave King….sweet soul! God keep his family safe during this time of grieving….

  4. I will always remember you you are gone but never forgot. You had a heart of gold and will truly be missed love you bro.. You are now my guardian angel..

  5. Was a pleasure I was able to meet you Dave. Really counted on it happening at least several more times. I know your kids love and miss you, god speed Dave King.

  6. Always enjoyed life to the fullest extent, rest in peace Bro, you will be missed by many

  7. Always lived life to the fullest, you will be missed by many. Rest in peace Bro

  8. RIP Buddy! I miss you but know your in a better place. My prayers to your family lways. Love Ya! Sissy😥

  9. Abdrea and Stuart Cutt

    Our deepest condolences to the King Family. Dave was a wonderful man and a great artist. I will miss his stories on FB about his daily adventures with his Mother. Although, he is in heaven, he will not be forgotten.

  10. Wow, I’m so confused. One day makes a difference. Dave you had a great heart and your FB ADVENTURES were not bad either. My condolences to your family. Very sorry for your loss. Hold onto all the memorys. RIP you crazy man whom lived life to its fulliest.

    Rod and Mel

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