David Redmond

June 06, 1949 ‒ April 17, 2017

Mount Gilead, Ohio

David Redmond, age 67, of Mount Gilead, passed away Monday morning, April 17, 2017, at his residence.

He was born on June 6, 1949, in Columbus, to the late J. W. Redmond and Betty J. (Lahr) Redmond who survives.

David graduated in 1967 from Northmor High School.

Shortly after high school David enlisted in the United States Army. He was stationed in Germany for most of his enlistment.

For many years, David logged countless miles as a Truck Driver for various companies.

He will be remembered dearly missed by his son, Travis Redmond; loving companion, Deana Stanley; mother, Betty Redmond of Mount Gilead; and brother: Dean (Terri) Redmond of Mount Gilead.

He was preceded in death by his father, J.W. Redmond; infant daughter, Mercedes Redmond; and sister, Eileen Gustafson.

Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. 5555 Frantz Rd, Dublin, OH 43017.

A service to celebrate his life will be held at a later date.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve David’s family and your condolences may be expressed to them by visiting www.SnyderFuneralHomes.com.

  • So sorry to hear of your loss,I went to school with David & we graduated in the same class. I know he will be missed.

  • I am so very sorry to hear the loss of Dave. Being my neighbor for a number of years he was always the friendly fellow. I enjoyed hearing the stories of his trucking days. Always made me laugh. He will be missed on that lawnmower. 🙁

  • He was one of a kind . We loved him and will always miss his teasing personality. He drove me to work in Iberia where he worked next door in the 70s . He drove a cool light green Mustang .Always had a big heart . Rest In Peace dear friend .

  • To the family of David Redmond. My family sends their deepest sympathy to you. Our thoughts and prayers goes out to you. Acts 24:15.

  • Dear Friends, I am saddened to read in the Sentinel about David’s passing. He was always Eileen’s younger brother to me when I was hanging around the Redmond home, which was alot in the 60s. Please, accept my condolences. Perhaps I can stop by to see you later this month when I come to Ohio. God bless you all.
    Love, Linda “Braden” LaComb-Williams