David S. Simoneau

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David S. Simoneau

April 04, 1963 - January 08, 2019

David S. Simoneau Gloucester - David S. Simoneau, 55, of Gloucester passed away on January 8, 2019 in Massachusetts General Hospital.
David was born April 4, 1963 in Gloucester, he is the son of the late Betty (Shannon) Spoon and her husband George and Raymond Simoneau. He was a lifelong resident of Gloucester and attended Gloucester Schools.
David was a landscaper for several years, he also worked at the Tavern, the White Rainbow, Captain Carlos and did side work Painting for many years.
He enjoyed music and coin collecting.
David is survived by his two daughters Tara E. Simoneau of Gloucester and Lorraine V. Simoneau. His brothers and sisters Dorothy Jeffries and her husband Dale of Gloucester, Arthur B. Emerzian and his wife Lori of New Mexico, Sharon Hanger and her husband Walter of Virginia, Betty Ellis and her husband Douglas of Vermont, Raymond B. Simoneau and his fiancé Kimberly McAlister of Vermont, Lisa Simoneau of Gloucester and Robert T. Spoon and his wife Elizabeth of Wenham. He is also survived by many nieces and nephews.
In addition to his parents David was predeceased by his sister Michelle McNutt and his brother George W. Spoon,III.

David’s Graveside Service will be in Calvary Cemetery, 165 Eastern Ave Gloucester on Thursday, January 24, 2019 at 2:00 PM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. For online condolences and register book please visit www.pikenewhall.com
The Pike-Newhall Funeral Home, 61 Middle St. Gloucester is assisting the family with arrangements.
Published on January 22, 2019
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Cindy (Mello) Stedman
Jan 30, 2019
I remember growing up with David. He was a gentle soul, never bothered anyone and went on his own way. I am so very sorry for the family's loss.
Janet (Burgess) Casey
Jan 25, 2019
Butch, Ray, Lisa, and Sharon and to the rest of your siblings and families, I will keep you in my prayers and hope the Lord gets you all through the grieving process and lift any heaviness in your heartS. I will be thinking of all so you.
Betty Ellis
Jan 24, 2019
Romans 12:15

Rejoice with those who rejoice,weep with those who weep.

Today we weep for the loss of our brother,friend,and father.We remember That those we love don't go away,they walk beside us every day.Unseen,unheard,but always near.Still loved,still missed and very dear.
We will always cherish the moments we shared.
Lynn ann moore
Jan 23, 2019
When I was 15 I went for a drive with Dave. We ended up in front of Niles beach and sat on beach wrapped in a blanket talking about life. Before we knew it it was after 2 30 a m. I got home to Audrey in one window Dick the other and German shepherd in middle. One of the best long talks ever
Kevin Quinn
Jan 22, 2019
The best memory I have of David is one past Thanksgiving when Tara (David's daughter) and I had gone to her grandmother's house. Her grandmother had gone out to a relatives, so David, Tara, and I spend the afternoon eating turkey, sitting on the couch and flipping through old photo albums. We were having a blast; laughing to the point of tears.
At one point I looked over and spotted David's big toothless grin, as he had false teeth. That was one of the most joyous moments I have with him that I will never forget. He loved and protected his daughter to death. He was a great man, who will be missed sorely 😣❤️