of Conway, AR
December 17, 1960 - March 23, 2023
David Daniel Cummings, born December 17, 1960 in Helena, Arkansas to Harold Cummings and Jamie Wooldridge, passed away peacefully at his home in Conway, Arkansas, at the young age of 62 in the company of people who loved him. David, like many of us, had worked multiple jobs over his lifetime from filling chemical tanks for crop dusters to selling Insurance; then finally starting his own Garage Door Business and General Contracting Business. David was always very business minded and loved to share his knowledge and experience with others throughout his life. He had a wide range of hobbies; he was an avid Razorback fan that enjoyed cooking, fishing and his favorite hobby, entertaining. David picked up his first guitar at an early age and never put it down, anyone who knew David also knew his love for music and his ability to entertain others. David was a family man and is survived by his parents, Harold Cummings and Jamie Wooldridge; his wife, Karen Cummings; her son, Coleman; his three children and their significant others, Jacob (Melissa), Chrissie (Tommy) Havens and James (Samantha) Cummings; David had four grandchildren whom he loved and cherished. He is also survived by his siblings and their spouses, sister, Ginger Layton and husband, Jeff; brothers, Robert Cummings and wife, Andrea and Dwayne Cummings and wife, Jerrie Ann. David is also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, as well as lifelong friends. Funeral Service will be Monday, March 27, 2023 at 10:00am at Roller-McNutt Funeral Home in Conway. Visitation will be 6:00-8:00pm on Sunday, March 26, 2023 at Roller-McNutt. Burial will be at Crestlawn Mausoleum, Conway. In Lieu of flowers, please send donations in David's name online to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.https://givenow.lls.org
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So sorry for your loss. We were classmates in high school. I remember David as always a smile on his face and such a delight to be around. RIP….! Please know you all are in my prayers and thoughts.
I went to school with David, we were in the same class. Always a nice guy and I did run into him a few times as an adult, still a nice guy. Very sorry for your loss.
So very sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time. Love you💗
It's hard to find the words my heart goes out to all the family because David was loved by so many he was a great father and husband. I know he will be missed. He fault so hard to live he will be missed by so many. Im so happy Chrissy and Tommy got to spend time with him at the end it will help with his lose so many of us don't get to say good by.
I am so grateful to have had David as a friend and roommate early in our lives. I was new in West Helena in 1978 and David was one of the first people who reached out as a friend. I only lived there a couple years, but David and I packed in so many adventures in that old, dilapidated trailer and our adventures on the road. I still laugh about it all today! I miss playing guitar, singing, writing songs and sharing stories with him late into the night. His smile was contagious. David was the real deal, and I will always treasure my memories of him. Rest in peace now my friend. I hope to see you again soon in Heaven.
Karen, our deepest heartfelt condolences go out to you on the untimely death of David. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the rest of the Cummings family.Jerry & Teresa
Prayers for you and your family during this painful loss. Love, the Driggers.
Stupid cancer. I am thankful for the season that David Cummings was in my path. Sending much love to you, Karen. He loved you so very deeply.
He was a precious soul who was loved by many . He never met a stranger and had an amazing personality , prayers for his family and many friends
My sincere condolences to classmate from high school
David leaves a hole in so many hearts. Such a musician that ministered to so many souls. Prayers for family & love ones. Be merciful to this family, Lord, for their distress. Psalm 31:9
Coleman and Karen, and family. I am so so sorry. I ve prayed for you and David every day. It’s so very hard to watch someone you love die. You did your best. He s at rest now and not suffering anymore. God Bless you all. Janet
I worked with David for many years and became very good friends. Many things I will never forget about him. Some that stand out was loyal, honest , persistent, fun and NEVER a quitter and which he proved in his illness to his end of life. I will never forget him and the impact he had in my life.
My heart is heavy. He fought hard. Love to you Karen and all of David's family.
Much love to you Karen and prayers. Jeremiah 33:3. Call upon the Lord.