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David Brooks LaMerrill December 25, 1945 ~ February 8, 2015 David was born in Vallejo, CA to Ed & Elma LaMerrill, he was 69 years old. He had one brother Don. He grew up in the Crockett Rodeo area. After he graduated he enlisted in the US Navy in 1965. He served on the USS Coral Sea. He was honorably discharged in 1969. He was issued the National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with 3 bronze stars, Navy unit commendation. He moved to Gerber in the early 70's where he worked at Diamond Plywood, Tehama Wood Products and later he became a truck driver; he worked mostly in construction until he retired. He loved selling things at the Flea Markets and at gun shows. He was also known as the knife guy. He met the love of his life Valinda Graham LaMerrill, they were married for 38 years. They had one son together, Nick (Tara) LaMerrill. He had two children from a previous marriage, Diane LaMerrill and David (Chrissy) LaMerrill. He had 7 grandchildren, Ryan (Susan), Brittainy, Emma, Ella, Sasha, Michael & Krista Rose; 2 great grandchildren, Sadie Raine & Cassidy Clara LaMerrill. His sister & brother-in-laws, Lupe & Renee Cisneros, special people in his life. Niece Veronica who was like a daughter and special nieces ShyAnn & Andrea. He had 2 special nephews Mike & Carlos who respected their uncle very much, and 1 great nephew. He had special friends Eric & Sam Peterson. David will be missed so much by his wife, children & grandchildren, and other family members. His stories will be missed, and he had alot of stories to tell. Services will be held at Northern Calfornia Veterans Cemetery, IGO, CA, February 27, 2015 at 12:30pm.
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