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David S. Detamore
Date of Death: December 12, 2014
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Wednesday 12/17, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service
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Thursday 12/18, 11:00 am
Cemetery
Mt. Hebron Cemetery
305 E Boscawen St
Winchester, VA 22601
Thursday 12/18

David S. Detamore               David Scott Detamore, 56, of Winchester, went to be with the Lord on December 12, 2014, at the Winchester Medical Center.             David was born in 1958, in Washington D.C., the son of Margaret Page Viehman and the late Donald W. Detamore.  David was a retired, self-employed plumber. He was …
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Don and Janni Kohne:( left a message on December 13, 2014:
Dave a was a true character- he was a friend and a former neighbor of ours. We have fond memories of him coming down and telling hilarious stories. He was a true nature lover. He was always bringing us "new recordings" fresh from "Dave's studio":) We will miss him and thought of him often:( May you rest in Peace dear Dave:(
Jamie Bucher left a message on December 15, 2014:
My first memory of Dave was right after I moved in next to him and he came to introduce himself. I was outside and heard someone telling me their name and asking how I was doing. When I finally saw where it was coming from, It was Dave stuck trying to climb over the wire fence between our houses. From then on I had a friend that will always have a place in my heart. Dave was a true friend and a great man. I will miss you my friend.
Jim Misenheimer left a message on December 15, 2014:
David had a heart of gold. He managed his hunting lodge and made sure that everyone always had a hot meal and a warm bed. He loved to laugh and made the lodge a great place to be. I'm sure that David, Steve, Frank and the others are having a heck of a reunion in heaven.
Aunt Sharon and Uncle Jim left a message on December 16, 2014:
Remember babysitting for David and Dana when they were preschool. Full of life and laughter always. Happyest when he was entertaining family at the farm. Pig roasts, hayrides, skeet shooting, cave exploring, sunshine and laughter, making sure everyone had a great time. Our boys had many happy memories with their cousin David and their sister Kim and Jim and I will miss him greatly.
Janice left a message on December 16, 2014:
I grew up with David, he was the brother I never had. We played in the creeks,and did sleigh rides on "The Hill", rock collected together, ventured into science projects, and shared recipes. He could count on me to listen to his most intimate feelings. We could talk about anything from how to fix things to baking a cake. BUT, he always cheated at slot cars, he always gave me the crummy car so he could win. I miss him terribly, I lost a brother that can't be replaced. I Love you David.
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Uncle Jim left a message on December 16, 2014:
My mother (David’s grandmother) would watch little David anytime his mom and dad needed someone to watch him. I was single and still living at home. I have from early years taken 8mm family movies. When that camera was pointed at David we were in for a show. He loved acting crazy in front of the camera. What a crazy happy go lucky kid. I loved going to the farm and hanging out with him. He had a lot of friends there and he and his friends took me into their hunting group . I played poker with his buddys and ate his deer jerky. I have some really long and fond memories of a great, kind, and caring gentle man. Will miss him greatly.
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