David Michael Faver

July 27, 1955 - May 7, 2018
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David Michael Faver, born on July 27, 1955 in Akron, Ohio, to the late Marianne Suzanne Faver and the late Wayne Burton Faver, passed away at age 62 on May 7, 2018 in Fort Worth, Texas. David was preceded in death by his sisters, Judy Lynn and Sharon Faver. He is survived by his brother, Thomas Faver; sister, Lynda Bosley; nieces, Michelle, Melissa, Melinda, and Brandi; and nephew, Thomas Jr.. Dave was a well-known pool player his entire life. Dave cared so much about others and he was a large impact in the billiard community. He will be very missed. There will be a Celebration of David's life on Saturday, May 19th from 3-6 pm at Maxines, 4020 Benbrook Hwy., Fort Worth, Texas 76116.

Service Information

Celebration Of Life
Date: May 19, 2018
Time: 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm

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Courtney Evans
Grand Prairie, TX
We will miss you Dave! Fly high!
Casey Clark
Burleson, TX
I love you Dave! Thank you for being such a good friend and mentor.
Robert Clark
Dallas, TX
R.I.P. Dave you will be missed especially by me
Tracie Voelkering
Fort Worth, TX
Have known you many, many years!! RIP!!
Tom and Karen Faver
Springfield, MO
We love you and we miss you! Say hi to Mom and Dad for us.
Michelle (Faver) Hicks
Papillion, NE
Uncle David, you were such a fighter and your strength and motivation encouraged me so much! I know you are safe and pain free with the Lord now. I will miss your voice, your smile and your beautiful laugh. I love you forever~Mishy
Lyn Jones
Fort Worth, TX
RIP Dave! You will be sincerely missed!
Erin Hayden
Bedford, TX
Rest easy, Dave
Paul Cobb
Delray Beach, FL
I never had the honor of meeting you but from all the love you have received, I would have been proud to know you. May God bless and guide you through your new Journey.
Pat Faver
Granbury, TX
R I p David , you will be miss , love you
Brandi Faver
Republic, MO
I Love you Uncle David! You will be missed. I learned how to play pool with you and I have an amazing jump shot! You would be proud??
Lynda Bosley
Bedford, TX
I love you with all my heart, my beautiful baby brother! I know you are in a better place, now. Tell mom, dad and the girls that we think abut them all the time.  With love, until we are united again.
Anthony and nancy barnes jr
Clay city, KY
You will be missed old friend . ??
Bill Trimble
Lexington, KY
RIP Buddy God Speed
Warren Carter
Midway, KY
God Bless!!!
Melinda Faver
Lawton, OK
Uncle David,
I will miss your phone calls. Im so glad you came to see me this fall and we got to spend time together. I did not think it would be my last visit here on earth with you. I hope you are playing pool and having a blast in heaven. I live you. Until we meet again. I will keep your memory locked in my heart.
Love, Nina
Cleveland, OH
Dear dave...may you rest in peace...so sorry for any suffering you have endured...we.were to meet many years ago...but now we shall...crazy memories..good and bad...we were babes...love to you...and peace to all your people...????????
Cindy Cole
Dallas, TX
Thank you for introducing me to the One Pocket Game.  Thanks for the memories and your sweet spirit.  You are definitely missed by me and many more.  RIP Dave - My Condolences to the family.  Cindy Cole
John and Nancy Brewer
Mineral Wells, TX
You will be forever missed my old friend. You have made a major impact on many lives Dave. Rest in peace. Go play on that golden table in heaven. I will be there to challenge you to a game as soon as I arrive. Forever your friend.

John Brewer.
Michael O'Brien
Binghamton, NY
Knew Dave well at Heights. So sorry to hear he has passed.
Bernie Dugan
Maylene, AL
Dave you were an icon in our local billiard community in Melbourne FL.You always had a kind word for the young players and you were always willing to teach the game.
May you get all the rolls in heaven pal.
david shoup
boynton bch, FL
rip dave
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