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IN MEMORIAM: Scott David, Springfield Center

SPRINGFIELD CENTER – Scott E. David passed away suddenly at home Friday, June 8, 2018.

He was born in Cooperstown, the son of Stewart and Kathy Coveny David.

He is survived by his parents, his sister Heather Benson and her husband Rob, his nephews Brady and Chase Benson who he loved very much.  Also, Uncle Timothy Coveny and his wife Noreen, Aunts Laurie Coveny and Dolores Herman, many cousins and many close friends

He was predeceased by his maternal grandparents Timothy D. and Dolores Coveny, His paternal grandparents, and uncle Bill and aunt Bea Coveny,

He worked at several golf courses at last being The Otsego Golf Club in Springfield Center.

He was an avid New York Yankee fan, very seldom missing a game, and a San Diego Chargers fan. He enjoyed going to NASCAR races with his family and friends, He really enjoyed being with all his friends many of whom he thought of as his brothers.

He enjoyed golfing in the Wednesday night golf league and bowling at Van Hornesville.

As per Scott’s wishes there will no calling hours. A graveside service will be at 11 a.m. on June 15 at the Springfield Cemetery in Springfield Center.

A celebration of Scott’s life will be held at 1 p.m. June 16 at the East Springfield Fire Station

In lieu of flowers please consider donations to the Springfield Fire Department Springfield Center.

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Arrangements were entrusted to Ottman Funeral Home, Cherry Valley, NY



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