David L Boring

February 14, 1962 - June 30, 2006

02/14/1962 - 06/30/2006

Past Services

Visitation
Wednesday July 05, 2006
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Altmeyer Funeral Home - Wheeling
1400 Eoff Street
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions
Service
Thursday July 06, 2006
10:00 am
Greenwood Cemetery-Wheeling
National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions
Cemetery
Thursday July 06, 2006
10:30 am
Greenwood Cemetery-Wheeling
National Road
Wheeling, WV 26003
304-232-0330 | Directions

BORING, David LeRoy, Jr., 44 of Wheeling died Friday June 30, 2006 in Wheeling.
He was born in Wheeling the son of David L. and Phyllis Laugel Boring. He was a Catholic by faith, and an employee of the Ohio County Commission working at the City-County Building. He attended Wheeling Park High School. Surviving in addition to his parents is his son, David M. Boring, a brother, Mark A. Boring, several aunts and uncles, Susie Bishop and her husband
Henry, Marilyn Gossett and her husband Melvyn, Suggie Laugel, Frank Boring and his wife Ella, Betty Thomas and John Boring along with numerous cousins. Friends will be received on Wednesday from 4 to 8 pm at Altmeyer Funeral
Home, 1400 Eoff Street, Wheeling. Friends are also invited to attend a
gravesite service on Thursday at 10:00am at Greenwood Cemetery, Wheeling. A
celebration of David

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Cindy and Brenda Smith
7 years ago

As cousins to Davey, we will always remember the laughter and who could ever forget Davey calling grandma, moony moon dog. She would get so mad at him which ofcourse would just make him laugh even more. Davey if you can hear us We Love You and always will. See you one day in Heaven.

John Hollingshead
7 years ago

DAVEY AND I WERE REALLY CLOSE FRIENDS, I WORKED AT THE CITY-COUNTY BUILDING WITH HIM FOR ALOT OF YEARS. WE WENT FISHING TOGETHER,AND FOOTBALL GAMES. WHEN WE WOULD CATCH SMALL FISH, DAVEY WOULD HAVE TO KEEP THEM TO FEED HIS TURTLES. DAVEY HAD NICKNAMES FOR ALOT OF PEOPLE, AS A MATTER OF FACT, MY WIFE WAS ” MOON FOO FOO”

I WILL MISS DAVEY VERY MUCH, I JUST WISH WE COULD HAVE GONE FISHING JUST ONE MORE TIME. YOU WERE LIKE A SON TO ME DAVEY AND I WILL MISS YOU MORE THAN YOU ‘LL EVER KNOW.I LOVE YOU BUDDY.

JOHN

Keri Schultz
7 years ago

Davey was more than a cousin, he was a friend. After I moved back to Wheeling, I started to work at the City-County Building and saw a different side of Davey, a side that has touched so many lives that he worked with. He had many stories to tell and knew how to make everyone laugh. His smile would brighten any office that he was visiting. Davey, the City-County Building will never be the same without you. As cousins, we shared many memories and laughs together. He would tell me stories about our fathers hunting and fishing together and how he would babysit them, helping them over a gate or standing there laughing as they were trying to make it over. No matter what was happening, Davey was laughing. Davey, I probably never told you this before so I am saying it now, I love you and could have not asked for a better cousin. You will be truly missed.

Rosalie
7 years ago

Davey,

Of all the friends I’ve lost I miss you the most.

Rosalie

Leighanne Gregg
7 years ago

Davey,

I know we rarely saw eachother but everytime we did i realized how long it was since the last time i saw you. Now i will see you in heaven and i know that it was not that long since i saw you last. I miss you already Davey. Everyone misses you.

We all wish we had one last chance to see you before you made your trip to heaven. But we will see you one day, see you flying with all the rest of the angels. No one can touch people’s hearts like you did Davey, especially mine. Well Davey i guess i will see you later, talk to you later, and hug you later and feel nothing but happiness when i do. I love you always Davey and like everyone else i wish you were here.

Patty McAbee
7 years ago

Davey,

What an honor it was to know you the past 13 years. You always made me laugh and smile even when I was in the darkest of moods. You gave so much of yourself to others and yet asked for so little in return. The halls are empty without you, but I know you are still there. You are truly one of a kind and are greatly missed. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Rosalie
7 years ago

Davey,

Still thinking of you. We visit you often. Wish you were here.

Rosalie

JEWEL MORROW
7 years ago

DAVEY, I’VE KNOWN YOU MOST OF MY LIFE THROUGH MY COUSIN, CARLA AND WE BECAME VERY CLOSE FRIENDS 15 YRS AGO PLUS WITH OUR SONS GOING TO SCHOOL TOGETHER & KNOWING EACH OTHER . WE HAD GREAT TIMES AND ALOT OF FUN ESPECIALLY WITH CHARLIE, YOU & I. THE LAST TIME I WAS IN TOWN WE GOT TO HAVE A NICE LONG TALK TOGETHER .I’M JUST GLAD WE GOT TO HAVE THIS TALK AND I WAS ABLE TO SAY THE THINGS I DID ESPECIALLY NOW THAT YOU’RE GONE. I JUST WISH I COULD HAVE COME TO PAY MY RESPECTS, BUT THE NEXT TIME I’M IN TOWN I’LL COME TO SAY “HI”. DAVEY, YOU WILL ALWAYS HAVE A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. LOVE YA, DAVEY

JEWEL & CHARLIE
7 years ago

DAVEY, JUST WANTED TO SAY THAT WE MISS YOU SO MUCH. IT WAS REALLY HARD BEING UP THERE ON VACATION IN AUGUST.IT WAS THE FIRST TIME SINCE YOU PASSED.WE STOPPED BY TO SEE YOU, IT WAS EXTREMELY HARD FOR US,BUT YOU ARE IN A BETTER PLACE.YOUR FRIENDS REALLY MISS YOU INCLUDING US. LOVE FOREVER

Haley Linaweaver
7 years ago

Davey, you were like a brother to me and you will always be a part of our family!Pap,your mom,mikey,markey,pepsithe dog,poohdog,the chickens,the cat,the goat,the peacockthe whole farmwill miss u and so will we! I miss all the times we spent together!

You always made me laugh! And no matter what happen we will always care about you!! When I seen the news i was so sad to hear about your loss…we all were sad to hea a bout your loss! I wish i could of seen you one last time! And we all wish we could of spent more time with you! I really miss you Davey…your in a safe place!

Barb Wheeler
7 years ago

Davey:

A free spirit,a kind soul and a very decent man.

Rest in peace.

Barb

Cindy Cornett
7 years ago

Dear Phyllis,

I am so sorry to hear about your son’s passing. I know only to well the pain and grief that you are having. I lost my son, Brian, in an accident in January. You will have many difficult days ahead but we must remember all of the good memories that we have of our sons. Remember the love that we shared that only a Mother and Son can have. I know that this has been a difficult year for you. I pray that God will give you the strength and love that you need. I am not able to go to the funeral home but my thoughts and prayers are with you.

May God bless you.

Your old CCC friend

Cindy Cornett

CHARLIE MORROW
7 years ago

DON’T HAVE TO SAY ANYMORE WITH ALL THE MEMORIES I HAVE,BUT I LOVE YOU, “BERTHA”

Mark A Burriss
7 years ago

I am so sorry that you and your family have been faced with this. I along with Robert Congelio enjoyed the time we spent with Davie in our office. We knew when he would stop buy that we would be laughing shortly. My family and I offer Prayers to you and your family.

SUSAN MILLER
7 years ago

I DIDN’T FEEL SORRY FOR DAVEY, I LOVED HIM. EVERYONE LOVED HIM IN THEIR OWN WAY.

LATELY, DAVEY WAS FIGHTING SOME TROUBLES IN HIS MIND AND HEART. HE JUST WANTED TO BE HAPPY; HE WANTED EVERYONE TO BE HAPPY. SOME PEOPLE COULDN’T SEE IT, THE KINDNESS IN HIS HEART. HE WOULD DO ANYTHING FOR ANY ONE. SOME PEOPLE COULD OF LEARNED FROM DAVEY BUT IT’S TOO LATE; HE LEFT US TOO FAST, TOO SOON.

NOW THERE IS PAIN NO MORE. ALL THOSE TROUBLES ARE GONE AND HE CAN REST. I’M NOT AFFRAID TO DIE NOW BECAUSE WHEN I HEAR LAUGHTER IN THE CLOUDS, I’LL KNOW ITS DAVEY, RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF ALL THE ANGELS MAKING THEM LAUGH JUST LIKE HE DID WITH US ON EARTH. “PAIN NO MORE.”

I WILL MISS YOU VERY MUCH DAVEY. YOU BRIGHTENED UP MY DAYS. EVEN THOUGH YOU ARE GONE AND I CRY TEARS OF SADNESS, I STILL FIND MYSELF LAUGHING OUT LOUD REMEMBERING YOU. YOU WERE SO FUNNY. YOU WERE ONE OF MY BEST FRIENDS. I’LL NEVER FORGET YOUR HAPPY FACE. THE WORLD WILL NEVER TO THE SAME WITHOUT YOU.

albert prager
7 years ago

I remember Davey as always being a funloving guy with a good heart ,a lot like his grandmother Helen who was a long time friend of the Prager family.I have many fond memories of hanging out with Davey at my old home on Lane 14 sitting out on the cement porch blasting Rolling Stones records and hanging out down by the creek ,Davey helping us repaint the house ,running around downtown together and so many more times it would take up all of this space.Even though Davey was a bit younger than me,I got to know him through my brother Dave .I always felt a bond with Davey The Stones thing yeah but a lot more .The last time I saw him on one of my visits back home he was so glad to see me and likewise .When my Brother Dave called and told me the news I was deeply saddened,I was hoping to see him next time I was in town and now I wont have that chance.Davey you were too young and full of life to imagine you gone ,ill miss you.My condolences to Dave JR,Dave SR, Marky and Phyliss.Sincerely Albie Prager

Zona M. Christopher
7 years ago

It was my privilege to work with Davey at the City-County building. He always had a smile – usually an ornery one – and could always make me smile, even on the worst of days. His presence there is sorely missed.

Deepest sympathies to his family – those who knew him better than we could ever hope to and will miss him in ways we cannot imagine.

Maggie Vidonic
7 years ago

my deapest sympathy to the family, Davie was a very special person and will be truely missed by all, I am going to miss his humor and having a beer with him once in awhile, he was really loved, he will always be in my thoughts. love ya davie

maggie

Danny and Barb Smith
7 years ago

Our heart goes out to all of you who knew and loved Davey as we did. We will never forget his laughter, smile and kind eyes. We will also remember the hunting trips and many deer that Davey bagged and gave to us. Also we will remember the shyness he would sometimes exibit. We will always Love him and we will never forget him. Bye Davey for now, until we see you again in Heaven.

Natalie Linaweaver
7 years ago

To a great friend that will be sadly missed by the entire Linaweaver family!!

We love you !!

Rosie Linaweaver
7 years ago

To a wonderful guy who will always hold a special place in my heart!

You were like a brother to me and I will never forget you and the great times that you spent with us!!!!

brenda smith
7 years ago

To Davey’s Family, I am very sorry this horrific tragedy happened. I will always remember Davey smiling and always making me laugh. I will miss him.

Tracy Ponsetti
7 years ago

To Davey’s Family:

Please accept my condolences on your loss. I have known Davey only a brief time of 6 years through our office, but he surely touched many lives there and was extremely well thought of.

Davey was a wonderful, caring man- always willing to help those around him. He always had a smile on his face and could make a person laugh- even if they didn’t want to. Davey cared for those who were close to him and would be the first to step up and be there for them.

Though there will be many difficult days ahead- rest assured, Davey is in Heaven watching over all of his family and friends. My thoughts and prayers are with you, now and always.

Nadine Wilson
7 years ago

To the Boring family, I send you my deepest condolences. I met Davey when I worked at the AEP building on the 4th floor, I shared a “after work” beer with Davey a time or two and when I took a new job else where, still kept in touch through mutual friends Dan and Rosie. Davey always made me laugh, he helped me carry stuff in and out of the building and would listen to me vent on a bad day. He was “one of a kind”…He will be badly missed, but never forgotten…rest easy now Davey…..

John & Pat Lagowski
7 years ago

We want to express our sympathy to all of the family. pat & john Lagowski-

sister of Melvyn

Dan Linaweaver
7 years ago

will always be my best friend forever no 1 will ever take his place