David B. O'Riley

Born on April 29, 1955

Departed on September 9, 2013 and resided in Nashville, TN

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O'RILEY, David B., born April 29, 1955, entered his heavenly home on September 9, 2013. David is survived by his mother, Anna Dorris; father, Robert O'Riley; brothers, Dennis O'Riley Mary K., Steven O'Riley and sister, Cynthia O'Riley Neely. He is also survived by his three four legged children, Hatchi, Little Man and Keomi, along with his five nieces, Morgan Neely, Stephanie Moore Brandon, Crystal O'Riley, Leigh McManus Mark and Kelly O'Riley and 3 great-nieces. David was a 4th degree black belt in Wado-Ryu Karate and was a contractor for over 35 years. David was one of a kind and loved by all. We will miss him everyday.

4 Comments to David B. O'Riley

  1. Brenda Jobe
    September 13, 2013 12:00 am

    You have our family’s deepest sympathy. We have known David for 24 years and he truly was 1 of a kind. We hope you can find comfort in knowing that David was loved by many of us on Woodcrest. He was a loyal friend and always willing to help anyone. His smile and his wave mostly from the deck lately will be missed by all of us. We are greatful to have had the chance to know him, have our sons know him and mostly to have called him friend. God bless all of you. With our sympathy, Steve and Brenda Jobe

  2. Keith Gothard, Charlotte Scott
    September 14, 2013 12:00 am

    David always brought a smile to the dojo. We will miss him. Chas and Keith

  3. David Boone
    September 14, 2013 12:00 am

    I met David in 1998 and we were friends ever since then. David was a great friend to many and will be missed dearly. There are few people that come into your life and leave a footprint. David surely did that to me. I will miss you my friend.

  4. Holly Scarlett
    September 18, 2013 12:00 am

    I was fortunate to have met David during a visit to my sister’s in LaVergne. We spoke at length about the touchy subjects of politics and religion. He spoke to me like we had been friends for years. David was a very likable person and I am glad to have gotten to know him even if it was for a short time. Miss you David!