David K. Stockdill

Born: Sat., Jul. 30, 1960
Died: Sat., Sep. 4, 2021

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Stockdill, David K., 61, Johnstown, died September 4, 2021 at Memorial Medical Center. Born July 30, 1960 in Johnstown. Preceded in death by father, William C. Survived by spouse Jessica (Tranovich) Stockdill; son, Dustin; brother, Bill; and a number of nieces and nephews. Dave was a remarkable husband, son-in-law, brother-in-law, father, and friend. He had a snarky sense of humor, which all who knew him, loved. He had a huge heart and understood what giving without condition meant. Whether with his time or his talents, he was truly a generous man. He was a wonderful "Poppy" to his 4 beautiful cats, Snickers, Stella, Mavis & Oscar, and to man's best friend, Jacob. Dave enjoyed spending his weekends at the cottage cooking and grilling.  He was an avid archer and rifle hunter who enjoyed the tranquility of nature and shared his love of hunting with others.  He loved planting and watching his fruit trees grow. He had multiple blueberry, raspberry and blackberry bushes, strawberry plants and grapevines. He loved making wine and jelly for all his family and friends. He was a committed employee working for United Healthcare for over 35 years.  During that employment, he made lifelong friendships that he treasured. He also enjoyed spending time riding motorcycles and watching movies in the backyard. He loved to entertain, hosting game nights and making enough food to feed the entire neighborhood. Dave had a beautiful voice that all were blessed to hear during the many nights that he sang karaoke. Dave loved his wife with all his heart. There wasn't one day they were apart. They meant the world to each other.

"...I'm still me again and the place where I hold you is true. So I know I'm all right 'cause I'd have to be crazy to fall out of love with you."--Willie Nelson

We are remembering Dave with contributions to the American Cancer Society or your local Humane Society. Private arrangements by the Mulcahy Funeral Home.

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Shelly Denny Livingston
   Posted Wed September 08, 2021
Our prayers are with the family at this time.

   Posted Thu September 09, 2021
I never met David in person, but enjoyed reading his posts on the Next Door site.
He always had good advice and his kindness came through loud and clear.
I was sorry he decided to leave after some insensitive loudmouths harassed
him. But I never forgot him. Prayers for all of his loved ones.

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