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Dottie (his sister) posted a condolence
Sunday, October 24, 2004
I still can't believe you aren't here anymore.Well except in our hearts and memories. Will always remember your sense of humor, even at the end of your battle with the big C . You were brave beyond words and ready for whatever happened. I love you little brother and know you are watching out for all you loved here on earth. Be seeing you put in a good word for us. GOD speed dear one. Love your oldest SIS, dottie
Jeremy Ferrell (son) posted a condolence
Sunday, October 17, 2004
My father was a very loving and caring man who always treated everybody with respect. Me my mother,broher and my grandpa miss him very much and we pray for him every day. He would always help people if they had a problem and he would always solve it. Just last year me and my brother really wanted to ride in a speedboat but they forgot the ingiens but he didn't want to dissipoint us so he got a rowboat instead but he didn't really know how to row a boat then when he got the boat in the water he got stuck so they got a paddle boat out to get him then after that he was so emarressed and dissipointed that he failed us to go fishing in a boat but instead he took us all to the fair and we all had a good time. He was the best dad in the world and he alway will be.
Marla Minor posted a condolence
Thursday, October 14, 2004
Some of my fondest menories are from the teen years. Eddie Arroyo, Donna Kingsley, Dave Ferrell and myself (Marla Minor) dancing the pony in my living. Those were the good old days. Some of my other menories are of siting in Dad Ferrell's diner eatting hamburgers and drinking coke, laughing and talking all day. You will be miss, Until we meet in Heaven.
Steve Willhite (nephew) posted a condolence
Wednesday, October 13, 2004
Dave was and always will be someone very close to my heart. He was more of a brother than an uncle. He was a huge inspiration to me musically. If you ever had the chance to see Dave perform you were surely captivated by his powerful voice and his charismatic presence on stage. Anyone who had the pleasure of knowing My Uncle Dave would say without hesitation "He treated everyone he knew with mutual respect and family-like admiration. Dave was also a very humble man, never afraid to offer someone praise and most certainly very good at letting you know if you messed up. (And this was always done in a loving manner). My life changed so dramatically the last few months Dave was with us. I was fortunate to have spent the last three months he was with us as his shadow, brother, nephew, spiritual encourager. Nothing can ever take that away from me and I will treasure it always. To witness the fight he put up to survive, and how he always held his head high and never lost hope that he would be healed of his cancer. How at peace he was with knowing that if God wanted to take him home he was ok with that too. Daves younger sister Rhonda was at his side when he passed , and when she told me he squeezed her hand and utterred "I'm not afraid." I knew he had peace with God. I suppose that would sum up the kind of man Dave Ferrell is. His greatest wish would be that we would all emulate that peace and love that he showed everyone. Dave would want all of his family And friends to hold his greatest strength as our own and that is to love one another, to strengthen, encourage and build one another up so that we can have the kind of lifetime relationships that he had.
Peggy McNish posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 12, 2004
I knew Dave at Weight Watchers. He was such a delightful man, and we miss him at our meetings. Our prayers go out to his family, especially his wife and children. May God bless you.