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David Alexander George
October 22, 1963 -
August 25, 2023

Visitation

September 1, 2023
11am to 1pm

Service 

September 1, 2023
1pm

Interment

September 1, 2023
Obituary

Funeral service for David Alexander George, age 59, of Dellrose, TN, will be held at 1 PM on Friday, September 1, 2023, at Higgins Funeral Home with Bro. Mike Gibson officiating. Burial will follow in Riverview Memorial Gardens. Visitation with the family will be from 11 AM until 1 PM on Friday at Higgins.

David was born on October 22, 1963, in Nashville, TN, to Frank Wyatt George, Jr., and Gail Marie Bradford George. Mr. George served in the US Navy for 30 years, and later worked as a rural mail carrier. David served as a Lincoln County Volunteer Fire Fighter in Dellrose, loved animals, riding his Harley, and was affectionately known as G-daddy to his grandchildren. G-daddy loved his family dearly and always had time to spend with his children and grandchildren. He was always up for a good card game, drinking Purity chocolate milk, and eating popcorn. Mr. George was a member of Sweet Springs Baptist Church in Ardmore, AL. David passed away on August 25, 2023, at Huntsville Hospital, surrounded by his loving family.

David is survived by his Parents, Frank and Gail Bradford George; daughters, Anna (Kenny) Owens, Elizabeth (Travis) Burdette, Sarah George, and Rebekah George; grandchildren, Landen George, Lilly Owens, Levi Owens, Jaxon Raby, Skylar Raby, Abigail Burdette, Lane Raby, Abram Burdette, Sampson Burdette, and Shiloh Burdette; and a brother, Russell (Lynne) George. Mr. George was preceded in death by a son, David Alexander George, Jr.; his maternal grandparents, Silas Leonard Bradford and Mary Elizabeth Bradford; and his paternal grandparents, Frank Wyatt George, Sr. and Mary Helen George.

Higgins Funeral Home is honored to be serving the family of David Alexander George.

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10 Comments

  1. Brenda Craig

    He was always kind & gentle —though I had not seen him in many many years. May he rest in peace

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  2. Allison Averso

    I always enjoyed working with David.Prayers for the family.

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  3. Victor Stewart

    David was a great classmate while I attended Blanche School. Lots of great memories. Praying for his family during their time of sorrow.

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  4. Yolandia Eubanks

    David was my mail carrier and was always so kind. He would always make an extra effort when my elderly parents (who live next door to me) had a package and was so considerate. He was so proud of his daughters and grandchildren and when we would talk he always had something to share about them. We also would talk about his military service and how that experience made him the person he was. He will be missed so much. I will be praying for his family.

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  5. Amber Pruitt

    It was a pleasure getting to know David and an honor working with him over the past two yrs. The workplace definitely won’t be the same. He had a heart bigger than the moon and was such a caring person. I will miss you telling me you need carrier assistance everyday, the smell of your burned popcorn in the mornings and the list goes on. Its not a goodbye, it’s a see ya later

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  6. Eugene Zawistowski

    I knew David for several years. He was on the fire department with me, always nice to talk to, never said had anything bad to say about anyone, always found a way to make you laugh. He will be missed.

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  7. Maranda Anyan

    Words can’t express how much David is missed already. What a character he was to work with and made every single day lively! It was a pleasure to have him as a coworker! Until we meet again!

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  8. Yettanda Williams

    David was a wonderful man. He kept us all in stitches at the post office. He was always there to lend a helping hand and would never leave anyone behind. He was one of a kind and will be dearly missed.

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  9. Ken Watts

    I have many great memories of David. What sticks out the most is when he would leave work for the day he almost always would say “ see you in two weeks”. There are no words to express what a loss this is to me and David’s entire Postal family and all of his customers.

    Reply
  10. Amy Pitts

    One of the greatest friendships I could ever have. A hard worker. This just doesn’t seem fair! Until we meet again David , RIP

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10 Comments

  1. Brenda Craig

    He was always kind & gentle —though I had not seen him in many many years. May he rest in peace

    Reply
  2. Allison Averso

    I always enjoyed working with David.Prayers for the family.

    Reply
  3. Victor Stewart

    David was a great classmate while I attended Blanche School. Lots of great memories. Praying for his family during their time of sorrow.

    Reply
  4. Yolandia Eubanks

    David was my mail carrier and was always so kind. He would always make an extra effort when my elderly parents (who live next door to me) had a package and was so considerate. He was so proud of his daughters and grandchildren and when we would talk he always had something to share about them. We also would talk about his military service and how that experience made him the person he was. He will be missed so much. I will be praying for his family.

    Reply
  5. Amber Pruitt

    It was a pleasure getting to know David and an honor working with him over the past two yrs. The workplace definitely won’t be the same. He had a heart bigger than the moon and was such a caring person. I will miss you telling me you need carrier assistance everyday, the smell of your burned popcorn in the mornings and the list goes on. Its not a goodbye, it’s a see ya later

    Reply
  6. Eugene Zawistowski

    I knew David for several years. He was on the fire department with me, always nice to talk to, never said had anything bad to say about anyone, always found a way to make you laugh. He will be missed.

    Reply
  7. Maranda Anyan

    Words can’t express how much David is missed already. What a character he was to work with and made every single day lively! It was a pleasure to have him as a coworker! Until we meet again!

    Reply
  8. Yettanda Williams

    David was a wonderful man. He kept us all in stitches at the post office. He was always there to lend a helping hand and would never leave anyone behind. He was one of a kind and will be dearly missed.

    Reply
  9. Ken Watts

    I have many great memories of David. What sticks out the most is when he would leave work for the day he almost always would say “ see you in two weeks”. There are no words to express what a loss this is to me and David’s entire Postal family and all of his customers.

    Reply
  10. Amy Pitts

    One of the greatest friendships I could ever have. A hard worker. This just doesn’t seem fair! Until we meet again David , RIP

    Reply

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