J. David Young (Crow)

Young David Obituary

FORT WORTH-J. David Young (Crow) passed away Monday, April 12, 2021.
CELEBRATION OF LIFE: 10 a.m. Saturday, May 15, 2021, at Barfield Pavilion, Northfield Park, 7804 Davis Blvd., North Richland Hills, Texas.
David was born June 19, 1954 to the late James H. (Copper) and Iris Young in Fort Worth, Texas. He graduated from Haltom High School in 1972. He attended Tarrant County Junior College and North Texas State University, where he studied music. He worked in sales and as a delivery driver since 1974 for various welding supply businesses, most recently for Airgas in Alvarado. David had a lifelong love of music. He played saxophone in high school and was recently learning to play bass guitar. He also loved to travel and frequently made trips to various locations in the southwestern United States. His favorite place to visit was Big Bend National Park. The highlight of his travels was seeing the 2017 solar eclipse in Tennessee. He was a loving brother and uncle who will be deeply missed.
David is preceded in death by his parents, step brother Ray Davis, and step brother-in-law Jim Doyle.
SURVIVORS: Sister Karen Day and husband Michael; step sister Donna Doyle; nephews Troy Day and wife Kathy, Paul Day and wife Andrea, Michael Doyle, Brian Doyle and wife Bessie; great nieces Juli and Harper Day; great nephews Weston, Jamin and Sawyer Day.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Big Bend Natural History Association, P.O. Box 196, Big Bend National Park, Texas 79834.

Brown Owens & Brumley Family Funeral Home
425 S. Henderson St.
(817) 335-4557

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#1 Comment By Brian Wilkinson On April 23, 2021 @ 11:01 am

Crow, I am heart broken that you left us so soon. You were a good friend and I will miss our conversations. You had a great since of humor and always had me in stitches. I will miss our bi annual trips the the local guitar shows. Most of all I will miss you and the fantastic work you did for me here at Airgas. Thank you for your dedication to always giving your best. You were a true icon to our industry here in Ft. Worth.
Good bye for now
Your friend, Brian

#2 Comment By Ronna Marie On April 26, 2021 @ 3:58 am

David your absence will be felt for the remainder of my life. It is a rare blessing to have a friend as kind and true as you were to me. Thank you for always being a safe harbor for me. I cannot imagine my life without you in it. My love for you will remain and may you rise in the Eternal Light of The Most High. Blessings my sweet, sweet friend.

#3 Comment By David Hurt On April 26, 2021 @ 1:07 pm

You trained me at Metroplex & have worked a/ you forever- as Brian said you were hilarious & always good for an interesting conversation- I was completely surprised your time here is gone- hope to see you on the other side

#4 Comment By Susan Roe On April 26, 2021 @ 10:59 pm

Dear Karen and Michael,
I am so sorry for your loss. I lost a brother a little over a year ago; the death of a sibling leaves a huge void. You can no longer pick up the phone and reminisce about shared childhood memories or know that there is someone who will always have your back.

Karen, I remember our Garwood days. I was too shy to get to know David well. I remember how kind he was and how he loved music.

May you experience peace in your remembrances of David in the days to come.

#5 Comment By Lynda Kay Oldham On April 27, 2021 @ 2:57 pm

Growing up neighbors are never forgotten. Rest in peace. Lynda Birdwell Oldham