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David Sustanon 250 3rd Week Amos, 61, passed away Aug. 3, 2014, while doing what he loved fishing for catfish in his favorite fishing hole.

He was born June 2, 1953, to Jesse and Colleen Amos and was blessed to have them remain healthy and active throughout his life. David attended Naselle High School and enjoyed his childhood friends, Gary, Ronnie and Russell. Long High School in 1971.

He had a passion for an old truck he found in blackberry briers. He restored it to become a central part of the family, even making it to the Street Rod Nationals in Oklahoma in 1983. All four of his sons were able to drive the truck when they were licensed.

David was a skilled craftsman and a jack of all trades, specializing in auto body work and painting. He shared this gift with family and friends, custom painting bicycles, motorcycles, "buy cheap jintropin online" vehicles and even a dump truck for his dad. When David was no longer able to paint, he attended Lower Columbia College and became a licensed caregiver for Hospice Home Care. He brought laughter and stories into the lives of many, and loved to cook and entertain.

In addition to his parents, he is survived by his wife of 30 years, Wendy; four sons, Ryan (Jen), Daryll (Marissa), Abbot (Jenny) and Owen (Stefa); a sister Patty (Vern) VonDracek; a brother, Luke (Connie) Amos; his former wife, Terry Nesley Amos; seven grandchildren with another grandson due in December; numerous nieces and nephews; and many friends.