It hurts beyond belief to announce this;

On Tuesday March 4th, 2008, only 3 days until his 58th birthday,
My only Brother, David L. Colwell was found dead at 9:15pm on the Fairfield Causeway
which crosses over Brookville Lake (Reservoir) in Franklin County, Indiana.

   Obituary  
COLWELL, David L. David L. Colwell, age 57, of Hamilton, died on Tuesday, March 4, 2008, in Franklin County, Indiana. He was born in Hamilton, Ohio, on March 7, 1950, to Curtis and Mahala (Morris) Colwell. David was a 1968 graduate of Garfield High School and continued his education at Miami University for 2 years. On June 14, 1969, in Kentucky, David married Pam Hornsby. He was a self-employed financial investor. David attended the Hamilton Christian Center where he wrote and arranged music for the band. He was in the U.S. Marine Corp where he was a member of the Marine Corp Band and he enjoyed riding his motorcycle. David is survived by his wife of over 38 years, Pam; his parents of Hamilton; two daughters, Tonja Colwell of Fairfield and Barbara Tinker and husband Hugh of Hamilton; three grandchildren, Regan, Rylee and Jaxon Tinker; and one brother, Darrell Colwell of Flat Rock, Michigan. Funeral services will be held at 10am on Saturday, March 8, 2008, at the Hamilton Christian Center, 1940 Millville Avenue, Hamilton, with Rev. Larry Timmerman officiating. A private interment will follow. The family suggests memorial contributions to the
Hamilton Christian Center Music Department.




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His incredible talent was known to everyone who ever heard him play.
He was a Great Husband, Father, Grandpa, Son, and of course the finest brother anyone could ask for.
Dave touched more lives through his unselfish love, honesty, true concern, and his caring for others more
than anyone I've ever known. His many silent successes spoke loud to the many of us who was
fortunate enough to know him. He will always be missed but will never, ever be forgotten.

I Love You Dave More than anything and I always will.. Always.

My wedding day and my best man, best friend...my brother, on top of Pilot Mountain in North Carolina.
There's simply no words to explain what Dave meant to me as a brother, and someone I always looked up to.

No matter how long I live, I'll never die being half the man he lived to be.

The rest of my site will be down for an undetermined amount of time

IT NEVER GETS EASIER.      IT NEVER GOES AWAY.
EVERY SINGLE DAY OF MY LIFE, I MOURN HIS ABSENCE.

PLEASE PRAY FOR ME.


"
May God Bless"



You may contact me @ dc@darrellcolwell.com
I can't promise a quick reply as I'm still having an extremely hard time dealing with this.

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