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David B. McConDavid B. McCon Jr of Paw Paw passed away on Friday, August 6, 2021 at the age of 73. David was born on September 28, 1947 in Lawrence, MI. He was the son of David Sr. and Arlene (Strand) McCon. Dave graduated from Brandywine High School in 1965. Dave was truck driver in earlier years and enjoyed traveling and seeing the sights. He was also a boy scout leader when his oldest son was young. He enjoyed fishing and camping, sharing that joy with his children and grandchildren. His true passion was the flea markets and auctions where many may remember him by the name Crazy Dave. He loved to sit around and meet new people and he always had a deal for you. He was also a member of the Paw Paw Conservation Club. Dave was a wealth of knowledge and enjoyed sharing that with his family and friends. Sitting down with Dave you never knew where the conversation would go. Dave is preceded in death by his parents David and Arlene McCon, his brother Mike McCon, his wife Jeanie McCon, Shaw and Roberts’ mother Barbara Pucket, and Evelyn McCon. Dave is survived by sons Shawn and Elizabeth McCon, Robert and Tuesday McCon, stepson Harley Welsh, his half brother Don McCon, his sister-in-law Helen Bonhomme, his grandchildren Katrinia Wicks, Angela and Thomas Kelley, Cody McCon, Nikia and Jeffrey Tadajewski, Shawn McCon Jr, Amanda and Keith Wesner, Donald and Stephanie Mikle, Douglas and Jessica Mikle, Rozella and Joe Ward, Robert McCon Jr, Angel McCon, Harley McCon, 27 great grandchildren and a niece Tanya Tombs McCon. He will be deeply missed by his family, friends and all who knew him. A Celebration of Life is being planned at a later date so that Dave’s wishes may be carried out how he wanted. While at www.avinkcremation.com please take time to sign Dave's guestbook and/or share a memory with the family. The McCon family is being cared for by the Avink Funeral Home & Cremation Society, 129 S. Grand Schoolcraft, MI 49087 (269) 679-5622.
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