David Cloutier

David Cloutier, 78, passed away in his Palm Coast home on November 6th 2017. He was one of the lucky ones.He lived his life fully, he passed quickly and didn't suffer. He was proceeded in death by his parents George and Bernice Cloutier of Gardiner, ME and his son Robert Cloutier of St Augustine, Fl. David is survived by his loving daughter Michelle Cloutier and her husband Mike Williams of St Augustine, Fl and Gorham, Me, his lovely wife of 30 plus years Barbara Cooper of Palm Coast, her children Martha Murdick and Scott Cooper, and her grandchildren Abigail and Cooper Murdick, his brothers Robert Cloutier of Bucksport ME, Larry Cloutier of Gardiner, ME, his niece Devon Hill and his nephew David Cloutier ll. David was a character. He left an impression where ever he went. Always a prankster, entertainer and storyteller extraordinaire; he kept us all laughing and left us light at heart. David also had the bragging rights to having played in the NFL as a Safety for the New England Patriots. He was inducted into the Sports Hall of Fame in 2010 for his accomplishments in both Football and Track and Field. His love and talent for sales led him to a lucrative career in Real Estate in Maine and Florida that spanned four decades. Stories about David will be told and retold sending ripples of good cheer in the hearts of those who knew him. His vibrant presence will be missed always. David Cloutier is truly unforgettable. In memory of Dave's son, Robert Cloutier, donations may be made to EPIC- addiction services- 1400 Old Dixie Hwy, St Augustine, Fl 32084 or online at http://www.epicbh.org/donate-now/

Published by Daytona Beach News-Journal from Nov. 18 to Nov. 19, 2017.
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Dave's parents lived next door to us in Gardiner. I visited with Dave whenever he was in town. When I told him that I was playing 8th grade and high school football, Dave gave me a set of weights, told which lifting exercises to do, and advice on playing the game of football. My condolences to his family.
Steve Golden
November 30, 2017
I'll miss his summer visits to DiMillo's. Always a gentleman, always a positive outlook.......one of the greats!
Steve DiMIllo
November 29, 2017
I'll miss Dave's summer visits to DiMillo's. Always a gentleman, always a positive message. One of the greats!
November 29, 2017
Dave helped me learn to play basketball when I was a little kid and he was a star athlete at Gardiner High. He was the best athlete ever to come from Gardiner and one of the best people.
Rick Lund
November 29, 2017
Played golf with Dave and his buddy bill up in Maine; will be miss by all; thanks buddies for a great ride Gary Hamilton Yarmouth Maine
November 28, 2017
With deepest sympathy, may the power of prayer ease your sorrow, bring you peace and provide much comfort for you during this difficult time. Matthew 21:22
November 21, 2017
Dave was a great friend and loved by my whole family. We truly enjoyed our time with him and he will be greatly missed. God bless him and all the special people he left behind.
Bill & Kathy
Bill & Kathy Purington
November 19, 2017
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