Feb. 10, 1959 – Oct. 25, 2013
David Bruce Daniel was born in Pittsburgh, Pa., on Feb. 10, 1959, to Irene Marie Mascovich and Robert David.
David enjoyed music and was a guitar player and songwriter. He was in the band Nuclear Assault and performed with stars like Kirk Hammett from Metallica.
David was a practiced chef, having worked with the likes of celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse. He loved to cook and assisted Dan Marino in opening his famous restaurant chain, Marino’s Town Taverns, in Florida.
He enjoyed assembling model cars and motorcycles and was very good with his hands. He was an avid biker and a longtime member of a motorcycle club.
David was a truck driver and loved to drive. Ironically, he died in a car accident on Friday, Oct. 25, outside of Lovell.
David dealt with physical health problems all his life, having survived two heart attacks and the loss of his leg due to cardiovascular disease caused by smoking. Now, he is no longer sick or handicapped.
He is survived by five children, Triniti, Feather, Josh, Justin and Brandon, as well as his wife, Misti. He was preceded in death by his mother and brothers.
Memorial services are pending. Cremation has taken place.