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David LeRoy Fannin
03/14/1957 — 05/28/2001
From Richland, WA, US | Born in Everett, Washington
David LeRoy Fannin
David L. Fannin, 44, of Richland, died Monday, May 28, 2001, at Kadlec Medical Center. He was born March 14, 1957 in Everett, Washington and had lived in the Tri-Cities 22 years.
He worked as a laborer for 13 years for Washington Public Power Supply System until a car accident in 1992 left him partially paralyzed.
David loved fishing and hiking, and he learned to enjoy fishing from his wheelchair. One of his favorite spots to camp was the Enchantments above Leavenworth.
He is survived by his wife, Jan; sister, Carol Thomas of Shelton, WA; and brother, Roger Cosens of Wenatchee, WA. A liver transplant in 1999 extended his life among us. We are grateful for the time we had with him.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Jackie Judd and father, William Fannin.
A memorial service will be held at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, May 31, 2001, at Einans Funeral Home.
David was my first cousin. I never knew anything about him until after I started working on my family tree. I found his wife, Janice in Washington state and spoke to her a little. Very nice lady. I wish I would have known David Leroy Fannin. If anyone has anything they would like to tell me about David or possibly share photos with me I would love to be contacted.
Gary Steven Fannin
I remember you from HEHF, didn’t you have a bunny, think you got married while I worked there?
my thoughts are with you at this sad time, take care of yourself. warm regards, nancy
Our thoughts and prayers are with you. We are very glad that we had a chance to meet David and listen to his fishing and hiking stories and to share in his love for poodles. He will be greatly missed.
Our family was so glad to meet David for the first time last summer at Jackson Hole, Wyoming. What a beautiful person. Our prayers are with Janice . We will continue to lift her up in prayer in the coming days. Kathy and Bob
David was my uncle. I had known him since I was a young boy. He was always smiling, and was a joy to be around. I will miss him dearly.