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 David Lane Almond

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David Lane Almond

Birth
Casper, Natrona County, Wyoming, USA
Death
6 Jun 2007 (aged 24)
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
Burial
Austin, Travis County, Texas, USA
Memorial ID
19851838 View Source

David Lane Almond was born November 4, 1982 in Casper, Wyoming. He is the eldest son of Grant and Debbie Almond. David passed away June 6, 2007 in Austin, TX where he and his wife, Amber Christine Moore had been living since their marriage on March 12, 2007.

David moved with his family to Ventura, California at an early age and lived there with them for 7 years. He then moved again with the family to Cedar Park, Texas where he attended Faubion Elementary, Cedar Park Middle School, Leander High and graduated from Cedar Park High School in 2001. He also attended classes at Austin Community College.

David was a gentle soul who sought the best in all those around him. He was a constant reminder of more innocent times and had a serene view of eternity developed through difficult times and perseverance in adversity. He will be sorely missed for his gentle laugh, sense of humor, and desire to leave the path he traveled better for his being there.

David Lane Almond was born November 4, 1982 in Casper, Wyoming. He is the eldest son of Grant and Debbie Almond. David passed away June 6, 2007 in Austin, TX where he and his wife, Amber Christine Moore had been living since their marriage on March 12, 2007.

David moved with his family to Ventura, California at an early age and lived there with them for 7 years. He then moved again with the family to Cedar Park, Texas where he attended Faubion Elementary, Cedar Park Middle School, Leander High and graduated from Cedar Park High School in 2001. He also attended classes at Austin Community College.

David was a gentle soul who sought the best in all those around him. He was a constant reminder of more innocent times and had a serene view of eternity developed through difficult times and perseverance in adversity. He will be sorely missed for his gentle laugh, sense of humor, and desire to leave the path he traveled better for his being there.

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