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David Carroll West

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Published: January 4, 2013

DAVID CARROLL WEST, 58, of Little Rock, Arkansas went to be with the Lord on December 31, 2012. He was born November 25, 1954 in Frankfort, Germany to the late Joseph Carroll West and Ada McPeak West. He was an Army veteran. He was the founder and owner of David's Tree Service, and was known by his customers as a man of his word. David was a strong supporter of the recovery community and his luau fundraiser was enjoyed by hundreds every year. David's generosity and wicked sense of humor earned him friends throughout Little Rock.

He was preceded in death by his parents; grandmother, Kate McPeak and sister, Linda Dukes. He is survived by sons, David Carl West and Robert John West both of Little Rock; sisters, Karen West and Marilyn Gerber both of Houston, Texas; nephews, Stephen Dukes, Connor Gerber; Martha West and Tyler Davis.

Funeral service will be held 2 p.m., Saturday, January 5, 2013 at Roller-Drummond Funeral Home, 10900 Interstate 30, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209 (501) 455-5800 with burial to follow at Forest Hills Memorial Park. Online guestbook:

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David was a rare gem of a man love by many honest as the day is long as the years are long this man worked hard and made me a friend when i was about 20 something about 27 i he and a friend were looking to start a tree service and needed an some accounting advise we had some great days together mostly nights at that age but we settled down as we grew old he remained a friend though we were not close friends i always knew if i needed him he somehow would be there ; and i am sure he knows the same of me. I will miss his humor, his smile and the fact I had a friend like him is rare. He is one that I can honestly say ,if you were once his friend, he never would forget it, I ran into him like 30 years later when I needed a tree trimmed , he did it for free just because. i used him many times after that and paid him of course. It was the fact that he remembered and did the work for free that showed me he was a true honest person who was not there to get rich. So rare are these kinds of folks it is hard to believe god has taken in such a short period of time another one of the great folks that i have known. My god give him and his family and friends peace and open wide the gates of haven for a man who truly deserves to be one of the angels.
Mike McLeod

January 4, 2013 at 5:55 p.m. ( | suggest removal )



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