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Alan David Young

David Young 71, of Rimrock, AZ, passed away on November 14, 2016 in the comfort of his loving family after a battle with cancer. Those that knew him, knew him as a fun, outgoing, witty, and hard working man. David had an amazing  talent for telling the many stories that were his life and keep you wanting to hear more.  You also knew him as a private and proud man, which is why most will be surprised by his passing.
David was born in New York, spent his grade school years in Washington State, he spent his remaining educational years in Oregon. David went into the US Army then moved to California where he became a record promoter for several large record companies. He helped several bands reach a 1,000,000 in sales including Fleetwood Mac and The Marshall Tucker Band. David then spent the next 20+ years in Maui, Hawaii. Most recently, he had the pleasure of spending his remaining 15 years in the Verde Valley, where he worked at the Cliff Castle Casino.
David has made 1000's of friends along the way. If you met him you know how blessed you were to have made his acquaintance. He was survived by his sister, niece, and nephew.
There won’t be any services per his request. In lieu, he wished that donations would be made in his honor to the ARC, PO Box 1061, Cottonwood, AZ 86326. 

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Marcia Patrick Brown on Friday, December 02, 2016 8:35 AM
Dear Lonnie and Family: So very, very sorry to hear about Dave's passing. I have many good and funny memories of times with him...he was very special. Of course I haven't seen him after high school except for one reunion many, many years ago but it was great to see him then! My husband and I are retired and living in Tucson now, and recently we spent the weekend in Sedona. If I had known Dave was near there, I would have looked him up to say "hello." So sorry I didn't get to do that, and so sorry for your loss.
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