David Dean Tosh
”1970 - 2010”

    David Dean Tosh

    When I come to the end of my journey
    And I travel my last weary mile
    Just forget if you can, that I ever frowned
    And remember only the smile
    Forget unkind words I have spoken
    Remember some good I have done
    Forget that I ever had heartache
    And remember I've had loads of fun
    Forget that I've stumbled and blundered And sometimes fell by the way
    Remember I have fought some hard battles And won, ere the close of the day
    Then forget to grieve for my going I would not have you sad for a day
    But in summer just gather some flowers
    And remember the place where I lay
    And come in the shade of evening When the sun paints the sky in the west Stand for a few moments beside me
    And remember only my best
      ~ Mrs.Lyman Hancock -

      David Dean Tosh ,
      age 40, of Joplin, Mo., passed away on Sunday, Nov. 28, 2010. David was born on Feb. 9, 1970, in Waterloo, Iowa, the son of Vernon "Dean" and Karon (Maas) Tosh.
      He has been a resident of Joplin most of his life. He was an avid fisherman. He was a proud member of the Seneca Cayuga Tribe of Oklahoma.
      David is survived by his mother, Karon Tosh, Joplin; his wife, Michelle Tosh, Joplin; two children, Dausen B. Tosh and Quinlyn A. Tosh, both of the home; four brothers, Dennis Tosh and wife, Sarah, Joplin, Darrin Tosh and wife, Cassie, Baxter Springs, Kan., Darrall Tosh, Joplin, and Travis Tosh, Austin, Texas; one sister, Rebecca Otten and husband, Eric, of North Carolina.
      He was preceded in death by his father, Vernon "Dean" Tosh. A memorial visitation will be held at 5 p.m. Friday at Mason-Woodard Mortuary. Arrangements are under the direction of Mason-Woodard Mortuary & Crematory. Online condolences may be made at www.masonwoodard.com
      Resource: The Joplin Globe Nov 30, 2010

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