David Trotter

David Brian Trotter

Monday, February 4th, 1957 - Friday, January 24th, 2020
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A memorial to celebrate the life of David Brian Trotter.

Dave/David/Brian (whatever you knew him as), born February 4th, 1957, passed away early Friday morning January 24th, 2020. He was 62 years old.

He is survived by his four children, Tiffany and her husband Casey Quinn, Ryan Trotter, Laurie Rippee, Billy Trotter; and 12 grandchildren. His father, William Trotter; two sisters, Tracy and her husband Warren Morton, Regina and her husband Bob Winton; a brother, Mike Trotter; three nieces, Jenny Trotter, Taylor and her husband Cody Thomas, Hannah Morton; and nephew, Jeff and his wife Tiffany Trotter.

He is preceded in death by his mother, Joan Trotter; his ex-wife, Debbie Trotter; his maternal and paternal grandparent; and his dogs, Pugsly, Corkey, and Tamera.

A memorial will be held at his sister’s house in Fordland, MO., on Saturday, February 1, 2020 from 1-5 pm. We would love for everyone to come celebrate the wild life that he lived. Come and go as you please.

The address for the memorial is:

4032 New Hope Road
Fordland, MO. 65652

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    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 | 1:00pm - 5:00am
    Saturday, February 1st, 2020 1:00pm - 5:00am
    4032 New Hope Road
    4032 New Hope Road
    Fordland, Missouri 65652
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Jamie, Jeff, Carmen, Keaton, Meredith, & Katherine Williams

Posted at 09:54pm
Accept our warm and heartfelt sympathy. Know that you are all in our thoughts during this difficult time.
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Laurie Rippee

Posted at 11:23am
I remember the 1st time I met my Dad. I was a nervous wreck! There was so much questioning going on in my head! What if he didn't like me? What if I was a disappointment? What if he didn't even want to meet me? But he made it so easy & he was all smiles the whole time. Even had jokes! 😄 Asked me if I was ready to meet my sister? ( I naturally thought he meant Tiffany, whom I actually did get to meet & she i believe had just got engaged! i got super excited to meet her to) he had a dead on serious lol on his face too! Next thing I know here comes this pug running up to him and I about died laughing! He was serious though 😁 He made that day better than I could have imagined! We tried to stay in touch over the phone and let me tell you I know where I get my social awkwardness from and the not liking talking on the phone stuff cause I think we would talk for like 5 min and the a lot of silence and breathing lol i wish I would have had more time! I myself like him battle many of my own demons But at least he made what encounters we great ones I'll remember them and him forever! R.I.P. Dad

Jo Sellars Johnston

Posted at 11:32pm
Mike, Regina and all of Brian's family and friends are in our thoughts and prayers.

Regina Winton aka "Sister"

Posted at 01:29pm
My brother always lived his life to the beat of his own drum. He called me sister all my life never by my name & he had a heart of gold and would give you the last dime he had if you needed it, but he fought a lot of demons in his life. Knowing he is at peace finally gives me comfort. I love you and will miss you.


Posted at 12:21pm
I'm going to miss you David. We have had some great times together. You will always be in my heart .R.I.P.

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