David McCarthy

Nolensville, Tennessee

Jul 25, 1952 – Apr 7, 2018 (Age 65)


July 25, 1952
April 7, 2018
Nolensville, Tennessee


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David McCarthyNolensville - David Joseph McCarthy passed away on April 7, 2018 at the age of 65. He is preceded in death by his parents, Beatrice Harline and William C. McCarthy and mother-in-law, Joan Folks Mann. David is survived by his wife, Laura McCarthy; sons, Sean McCarthy and Dan...

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Im so sorry to hear of your loss, condolences to all the McCarthy family. I hope you can find comfort at this difficult time. I hope the words at 1 Thessalonians 4:14 can serve as a hope to you all.

What a wonderful opportunity to have met you both on the river trip in Europe in 2016 and being able to enjoy so many sites and meals together. We will treasure the memories. Travel is a wonderful opportunity to meet lovely people.

Whilst we are a long way away and unable to give you a hug Laura, please know that our thoughts are with you at this very sad time.

Terri and Chris Cassidy
Perth, Western Australia

David was my friend. We met through business / we did a lot of business together / we sat, many times, in ORD airport and talked while awaiting delayed and cancelled flights...just trying to get home to our respective wives and families. Through it all, we became friends. "Humble" is a word that comes to mind...a word not often used to describe senior executives. "Respected" is another word. Those who worked for him and with him, respected his intelligence, knowledge,...

David was my colleague at the American Red Cross and he will be missed. David was compassionate, sincere, and I'm blessed to have known him.

Rest peacefully my friend and watch over your loved ones.

Laura and family, my sincerest condolences to you and I hope the many, many memories you have provide comfort to you during your grief.

With deepest sympathy,
Beverly Lyons McCalop
Human Resources
Washington, DC

I went through St. Elizabeth's elementary school with David, K-8. He was exceptionally smart, a high achiever and a fun conversationalist! He seemed to thrive on tackling new challenges and excelling in whatever he did. He was fearless and lived life to the fullest. I admired Dave and will always remember his friendship. Dave, you did it all!

My condolences to his family.

Dave was one of my favorites in high school. Remarkable combination of toughness, tenderness, intelligence and compassion. I am feeling pain in my heart with his passing. Always hoped to reconnect after being separated by our working careers. I will say a prayer for his family. I am confident Dave is in heaven now.

My sincere prayers for Dave and his family. Although we did not run in the same circle of friends, there was always the Rockhurst camaraderie, which transcends all! I know you are in the thoughts of many other classmates and friends and will be missed by so many!