David Lynn Elliott, 69, died peacefully Thursday, March 18, 2021. He is now in heaven with his parents, Donovan and Viola Elliott and brother, Ernie. David graduated from Owensboro High School and Brescia University. He worked at Texas Gas for 30 years. He enjoyed the outdoors and fishing with his great-nephews.

Along with his parents and brother, David is preceded in death by his companion dog, Keeley.

David is survived by his loving and caring wife, Pam; his sister, Donna (Chipper) Blue; his niece, Lexie (Brent), who David thought the world of; his niece, Mollie; his nephews, Lance (Neisha) Blue and Mark Elliott; and his two favorite cousins, Charlotte Yeagle and Patti May.

Private services will take place for immediate family. Burial at Rosehill Cemetery.

The family would like to extend a special thank you to his nurses in CCU, Jami, Kacey, Donna, Evan, Lisa, and a special thank you to Patrick.

All immediate family who wish to honor David at the visitation and funeral are required to wear a mask while inside the funeral home for the safety of all those in attendance.

Haley McGinnis Funeral Home & Crematory is both honored and privileged to be entrusted with the care of Mr. Elliott. Share your messages of condolence with the family of David Lynn Elliott and sign his virtual guestbook by going to www.haleymcginnis.com

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  1. Pam – I was so sorry to hear about David’s passing. I will always remember how funny and sweet he was and treasure the time I was able to spend with him working at Texas Gas. You and the entire family are in my prayers. Praying for peace for you.

    Darla Barker

  2. He was always one of my favorite patients he always have a smile or story to tail I’ll never forget David my prayers are with Pam!

  3. Elliott Family, I am so saddened to learn of David’s passing. May your precious memories and faith comfort you now and always.

  4. To David’s Family, I’m so sorry for your loss; you remain in my prayers. I became friends with David in 1986 at Texas Gas. I’ll always remember his genuine kindness and good natured, lightning-quick wit. David was always willing to bend over backwards to help others.
    Rest In Peace my Friend 🙏❤️

    -Steve Kinney

  5. Pam, Donna, Lexie, Mark, Patti & Charlotte – So sorry to hear of your loss. With his wit and friendliness, David was so easy a guy to be around. From Booth Avenue to Texas Gas, Mike (Taliaferro) & I talked and recalled that we had nothing but positive and favorable memories of the Elliot and Reynolds families. If there’s anything either of us could do to ease your pain, please let us know. Ernie, Shirley & Mike

  6. Pam. I am so saddened to hear of David’s passing. May he fly high on thise angel wings. Praying for you and his family.

  7. Pam and Elliot Family ~ I was so sorry to hear of David’s passing. He loved being a prankster with a quick wit and beautiful smile that always followed. What a sweet, kind spirit he had. David loved to cook, and I still have one of his famous Bean Soup recipes he shared with me. I feel blessed to have gotten to know him through our Texas Gas years and beyond. I pray God’s comfort over you all. Rest in Peace, David, my friend……

  8. Pam,I will always remember David with a smile on his face. Good friend. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  9. To David’s family-The sadness I feel at the news of his passing is beyond words. We grew up together and remained best of friends well into our adult years. I will always remember the good times we had growing up together as kids, and our many fishing trips later on. Again, words are hard to come by to express my sorrow. Rest in peace David.

  10. David is at peace now. He was a good person who loved his family.
    With all my sympathy,
    Bonnie Blue Herman

  11. No words can express the sadness that we feel in your loss of David.
    We are keeping all of you in our prayers.
    God bless and love,
    Mickie Blue Stone and Bill Stone

  12. Many, many years ago, David made a Halloween pumpkin for me; it had blonde hair and blue eye shadow. I really loved and enjoyed that pumpkin and never forgot the gesture. He was a good hearted man.
    God bless and keep you all,
    Judy Blue Russ

  13. Pam, John and I are so sorry for your loss. Please call us sometime so we can get together. You are in our thoughts and prayers. John and Debbie Stiles

  14. Pam,

    Robin and I are so very sorry to hear about David’s passing. We know he endured a tremendous amount of physical pain in his life. We now know that his pain and suffering is over and he has been welcomed home by our savior. David has a new, perfect, pain free body! That is something he deserves! We are happy for David but we know that you face a difficult path in the coming days ahead. Please know we are praying for you during this time. And if there’s anything we can do for you, please (and we mean this) do not hesitate to ask.

    Love and prayers,

    Tim & Robin Hicks

  15. Pam and Family of David,
    I am so sorry to hear that David passed away. I worked with David at Texas Gas. I am so glad to call him my friend. He was such a nice guy and will be missed for sure. Pam, when he would talk of you there was true love in his voice. I was so happy when he found you. You made his life complete. I cannot imagine what you must be going through right now. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

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