1800 St. George Rd., Evansville

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David W. Ervin

October 17, 1961 - November 27, 2019

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    Brenda Roper says

    I always liked it when you was around you where always funny and would talk to me. To me you was Judy,s Little brother. Rest In Peace

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    Christine Hutchison says

    RIP Davy you will be missed. I will always remember you as that little blonde headed little boy your momma use to sing to. Fly high.love you Chris

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    Mark Piffier says

    You are family, and a dear friend. I’ll always remember your laughter, even after my corny jokes. You will be missed always. Keep a beer cold for me, I’ll see you later

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    Rachel Canniff says

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    Uncle David I don’t know where to begin talking about all our great times together. I enjoyed your company sitting around the table playing card games, 10,000 dice game, all your stories and your good cooking ! So many holidays spent together. The letter you wrote to me on my 30 birthday meant so much that I will treasure forever. We love you and you will be deeply missed! Thank you for always caring and being there for Joshua all those years ago, I met the love of my life because of you! Until we meet again, see you later ❤

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David Wayne Ervin, 58 born and raised in Evansville, passed away unexpectedly on November 27, 2019.
David was a veteran of the U.S. Navy and later worked in construction laying ceramic tile for many years. He also worked at Home Depot for a short time.

David had many talents, he loved to play his acoustic guitar, sing his favorite songs and dance. David was an excellent cook. His favorite thing to cook was Biscuits and Gravy, anything on the grill and homemade dressing. He was supposed to share his secret recipe for dressing on Thanksgiving Day at the shelter downtown where he volunteered.

David was an avid Indianapolis Colts fan and Peyton Manning was “the man”. He also enjoyed bass fishing in his spare time. The most important thing to David was his family. He was described as having that “special light” in his heart.

He leaves behind his children: John (Hayley) Ervin, Jesse (Andrea) Ervin, Daniel Braddam, Lindsey (Cory) Nally, and Lauren Duncan; siblings, Judy Braddam, Betty (Jimmy) Love, Kathy (Dennis) Hawkins, Diane (John) Hunley, and Steve Ervin.

David was preceded in death by his parents; a nephew, Michael Ditzer; brother, Kenneth Ervin; and D.C. Braddam, brother-in-law.

Visitation will be from 10 a.m. until time of service at 12 p.m. on Wednesday, December 4th at Sunset Funeral Home with a water burial Friday, December 6th at 11 a.m. at Sunset Memorial Park.