David Bruce Ellis

 

David Bruce Ellis

September 27, 1954 – May 7, 2021

 

In loving memory of David Bruce Ellis. David was born on September 27, 1954 to Margery Ellis and Robert Ellis (d. 2009). He was married to Elaine in 1992 in Hobart, Indiana. They had 2 children together while he became a step parent to Elaine’s two oldest children. David was a husband, father, and son. David worked in the casino industry for 26 years. He was lover of music, birds, and all simple things in life. David is preceded in death by his father Robert Lloyd Ellis (d. 2009) and Robert William Ellis (d. 2015). He is succeeded by his wife; Elaine, his children Natasha and Robert Kriess, Aaron Nixon, David Ellis, and Michael and Kaleb Burris, his mother Margery Ellis, his three sisters Michele Wognum, Ellen Jones, and Beth Knoble, as well as 6 grandchildren and many loved nieces and nephews.

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  • Susan Young
    May 13, 2021 6:47 pm

    We will miss David and share your grief at his loss.

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  • David was a great guy! He will be missed!

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  • Mickey & Barbara Urban
    May 13, 2021 7:13 pm

    David will be missed by his family and friends. He’s been a wonderful neighbor and a great guy.

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  • Ross Hayman
    May 13, 2021 7:58 pm

    David was a good friend I got to know David through Elaine who I worked with and we became good friends We went to a lot of baseball games in Las Vegas he was a Cubs fan and I am Dodgers fan and we would talk a lot of smack about out favorite teams the same with football he was a Bears fan and I am a Rams fan. I am so glad he got to see the Cubs win the world series. I help David get hired at the Four Queens Casino in Las Vegas back in 2005 then I left the Four Queens to work at another casino then in 2012 I came back to the Four Queens so I got work in the accounting department at the Four Queens with David for another eight years. I will miss not being able to go baseball games with him and I will miss his humor most of all he could make you laugh your butt off. David was so much fun to be around and I will miss him dearly but I will never ever forget him. My thoughts and prayers go out to David’s family and to his friends.

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