David Wayne Ewing
David Wayne Ewing, 64, of Kissee Mills, MO, passed away on Monday March 29th, 2021 at Cox South Hospital in Springfield, Missouri. The memorial service will be held at Church 316 Forsyth, Missouri on Wednesday, April 14th, 2021 at 10 a.m. with Pastor Jeremy Henson of Church 316 and Pastor Dr. Evert Ramsey of Faith Baptist Church, Houston, MO will officiate.
David was born on Friday, October 19, 1956 in Atlanta Georgia to Robert and Carolyn (Duckworth) Ewing. David married Marie Ewing May 4th, 2002 in Houston, TX. He was employed in time clock sales and repairs and later in photography, videography, and web design and updating.
David is proceeded in death by his parents, Robert and Carolyn Ewing. Whom David and Marie were caretakers for in their last days.
David is of Kissee Mills, MO (formerly of Houston TX) is survived by his wife, Marie (Parker) Ewing; son, Ross Ewing of Cypress Fairbanks, TX; two step-sons, Daniel White of Cypress Fairbanks, and Jeremy Hyman of Houston. David is also survived by his sisters, Yvette Larsen of Nashville, TN and Mrs. Les (Diane) Armstrong of Navasota, TX.
David was a loving son, husband, and father. David’s interests were his passion. He was a biblical scholar and specialized in Revelation and prophesy. He was awarded a doctorate in Ministry from Saxon University in April, 2019.
David felt honored to be the first driver of Judge Roy Moore’s Ten Commandment Monument when it toured America in 2004.
David also kept abreast of anything solar powered and electric vehicles. He was always online or reading, studying, and learning more about one of his passions.
He was a very social, kind, and patient man always willing to help others. He was active in church and most recently assisted Dr. Pastor Evert Ramsey with videoing and posting to the web. He also helped Pastor Jeremy Henson of Church 316 with videoing and posting. Videoing and online posting was another passion of David’s. He was often referred to as a perfectionist in this area.
David liked to ride his motorcycle and was a member of the Faith Riders. He loved his dogs, first Lucy and then Billy and walked them all over Kissee Mills, sometimes twice a day.
In lieu of flowers donation can be made to Faith Baptist Church P.O. Box 18 Houston, MO 65483 or Church 316 building fund Forsyth, MO.
Cremation is under the direction of the Kissee-Schofield-Eakins Funeral Home, Forsyth, Missouri.