David R. Howell

Obituary for David R. Howell

David R. Howell passed away peacefully on January 16th 2018 at 11:45 am He was born 4-1-1954 in  Princeton  Indiana to Bobbie Gene Howell and Elinor Howell. He was survived by his beloved wife Debbie of 17 years. Survived also by his loving children David Howell Jr. and wife Rachell, Amanda Johnson-Oetker, April Howell and Megan Howell. Grandchildren Cody, Blake, Nathaniel and Austin. Stepdaughters Amanda Gasque, Alexis Sharp and Brittaney Mistovich. Stepgrandchildren Paige, Maddison, Samantha, Haley, Landon, Abigail, Conner, Ezra and Arya.
 Relatives who proceeded  David were his sisters Jodi  Brower and Husband Phillip, Penny Buttocovolo and husband Kevin. David’s Uncle Rick Guardado and wife Donna.
A celebration of life service was held on January 18th 2018 at 10:00 by Pastor Jeffrey Robinson at the Church of God in Plant City, Florida
David had battled cancer for the last 6 years. He had prostate cancer and was an overcomer and cancer free for almost 3 years. But then came the esophagus cancer in 2016. He battled this through chemo and radiation till it overtook his body. He was a wonderful Husband, Father, and Grandfather. He had a heart that went out to anyone in need. He was a server and showed Gods Love to all those that knew him. He never met a stranger and was not ashamed to share what God had done in his life. Anyone that knew him loved him and saw that he was a devoted Husband and Father and Grandfather. He left a Legacy of Love and serving. We will miss you so very much my Love. Your Wife Debbie

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January 18th 2018 at 10:00
 

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Plant City, Florida 33566

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David had battled cancer for the last 6 years. He had prostate cancer and was an overcomer and cancer free for almost 3 years. But then came the esophagus cancer in 2016. He battled this through chemo and radiation till it overtook his body. He was a wonderful Husband, Father, and Grandfather. He had a heart that went out to anyone in need. He was a server and showed Gods Love to all those that knew him. He never met a stranger and was not ashamed to share what God had done in his life. Anyone that knew him loved him and saw that he was a devoted Husband and Father and Grandfather. He left a Legacy of Love and serving. We will miss you so very much my Love. Your Wife Debbie