Obituary for David Joel Bias

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David Joel Bias

Died: March 3, 2020


David Joel Bias, 76, passed away March 3, 2020 in Indianapolis, Indiana. David was born in Pasadena, California.

David was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He worked for many years at Xerox in Pasadena. He most recently worked as a pest control specialist with Community Pest Control in California which his brother, Arthur Bias owned. David’s favorite holidays were any of his family members birthdays. He always went out of the way to make sure every birthday was spectacular. He wanted to remind everyone just how special they were to him. He often gave the birthday cards that played the music when you opened them, he would personally pick a song that matched the personality of the person receiving the card.  David enjoyed spending time with his grandchildren and watching them grow up. Although he had family members out of state, he would always be sure to call them and let them know how much he loved and appreciated them.

David had a wonderful sense of humor and could make anyone laugh, even in tough situations. More than anything else in his life, he loved the Lord, who was the center of his life. He was very patriotic and loved his country. It was very important to him to preserve the American way of life. David was a high school sports star in basketball and track at Pasadena High School.

David is survived by his children, Shaun Lavel Bias and Ashley Bias, and step son, William Smith, eight grandchildren: Audrianna Figuero, Nyla Michelle Freeman, Dvontae Dimitry, Aaliyah Figuero, Trinity Bias, Payton Woods, Paige Bias, and Damarius Roseburgh. He is also survived by his siblings: Elaine Maxine Bias-Perkins, Arthur Eugene Bias and DeWayne Michael Bias as well as many nieces and nephews.

David is preceded in death by his parents, Plennie and Verna Bell (Spears) Bias, as well as his brothers: Chester Maurice Bias and Alfred Ray Bias.

Kelvin C. Bias posted on June 15, 2020

Uncle David, I miss you man. We miss you. I always loved stopping by my dad’s office at Community Pest Control in Pasadena and chatting with you on my visits home from NYC. Especially politics. We were always on the same page about them. Yuko, Kokomi, Momoka and I send our eternal love.


Kathleen Bias posted on April 5, 2020

Dear David, I have thought hard how to remember you: your beautiful smile; your unique humor; your belief and trust in our Creator; and your generosity, especially of spirit, when it came to your grand children. I will miss your frequent calls and our political banter. I will miss your thoughtful holiday and birthday wishes. But mostly, I will miss you. Kathleen Bias (sister in law)


Elaine Perkins posted on April 3, 2020

I love you brother. You always had the best sense of humor. I would love to have had the chance to give you a hug and say see you later. You were such a happy kid playing jokes on everyone, but you always had a good heart. I hope your family in Indiana appreciated and loved you as much as we did. Keep on playing jokes! Peace be with you. You are loved! Your sister Elaine and her family


Brenda & Shaun & Grandchildren posted on March 30, 2020

David was loved in life and continues to be loved, as we remember his presence In our lives and in the lives of others in our family. We thank God for David. We especially remember his gentle kindness, care, and LOVE for his son, daughter, and for each of his grandchildren. Memories of his love of God, family, and country stand out as most important to him in his life. Our hearts are broken at his passing. We miss him tremendously. However, when we think of his ready and clever sense of humor and laughter, we are comforted and feel blessed to have had the time to make special memories with him. We will all remembered and cherish David, as a father and grandfather. Others, loved ones, and close life long friends will also remember him with love and respect for his unique qualities, special gifts, and talents. We look forward to God’s promise that those who die in Christ Jesus will see loved ones again when the Lord returns and takes us all home to be with Him throughout the ceaseless ages of eternity. We look forward to that day. God With Us


Nyla posted on March 26, 2020

You are loved and missed


 


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