David Lee Drew

Born in Hammon, Indiana on December 21, 1960

Departed on November 16, 2017 and resided in Youngville, Tennessee

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David Lee Drew age 56 of Youngville, passed away on November 16, 2017.

He was born on December 21, 1960 to the late Jack Lee and Mary Kathaleen Drew in Hammon, Indiana.

David was described as a spontaneous and caring person. He enjoyed being outdoors fishing, going to the county rodeo, family cookouts and watching NASCAR on Sunday. He was your typical cowboy. You could find him riding horses or doing anything around the farm to keep busy and making sure his family had everything they needed.

David will be forever remembered as a loving son, brother, father, grandfather and friend.

In addition to his parents, David is preceded in death by his sister, Latisha Drew.

He is survived by his children, Steven (Kimberly) Drew, Justin (Jessica) Witt, Jessica (Craig) Carter and Shawn (April Traughber) Drew; brothers, Jackie (Monica) Drew, Donnie Cooper, and Kenny Cooper and grandchildren, Skyler Drew, Steve Drew, Latisha Drew, Collin Johnson, Alex Wright, Caylee Wright, Karmin Witt, Jalah Witt, Grayson Wood, and Kayden Evitts.

A Life Celebration will be held at 3pm on Sunday in the chapel of Springfield Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Sunday from 1pm until the time of service.

2 Comments to Mr. David Lee Drew

  1. sherry bollinger says:

    A lot of time passes by and we’re left wondering where did it go ? I’ve known David & the family for years & I’ll just say that sometimes there isn’t anything to say but (good bye) I hold each of you in my prayers for strength to help you get past this. While David will share thanksgiving with our lord & all that have gone home before him.

  2. Sally Grimes says:

    I wanted to add my condolences. Not matter how long or short a time we have someone with us we still feel that pain when they pass. That is why the scripture in Rev 21rst chapter is so comforting. It tells us that God will do away with death, pain and sorrow such as we now face. May that thought ring you comfort. Sally Grimes

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