David Gary Eidson II

May 1970 - December 2018

About the Service

Graveside service on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 1pm at Turlock Memorial Park.

David Gary Eidson II, age 48 of Turlock, passed away suddenly on Monday, December 10, 2018 at Doctors Medical Center. David was born in Modesto and raised in Turlock, graduating in the class 1988 at Turlock High School. He worked at his grandfather’s business, “The Key Hut”, as a locksmith. In 1993 he opened “One Stop Lock Shop” with his papa. He was an avid fisherman and enjoyed classic cars.

David will be lovingly remembered by his mother Linda Eidson of Modesto, his father David Eidson of Turlock (who sadly passed away on December 25, 2018), siblings Richard (Stacie) Eidson and Branden (Devina) Eidson, and his children Alexia and Colby.

A graveside service will be held on Saturday, January 26, 2019 at 1pm at Turlock Memorial Park.  Following the interment, a joint celebration of life for David and Dave will be held at American Legion Hall in Turlock on January 26, 2019.

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Remembrances

  1. We became friends in junior high, we were buds I loved being around you back in the day, you were always a bright light to me. . Just a few short years later, I was dating your brother. I do wish we hadn’t drifted apart in these later years of our lives. I have missed you. Your laugh, your stories, your generosity. I always knew I could call you , when I locked myself out of my car. & later when Gillian did the same , Uncle David was always kind & helpful. I’ve always held onto the good memories with you, always will Rest In Peace David. You will be missed. Love your Sister Stacie

  2. I remember coming over with Alexia growing up and spending time at your house. Staying the night and the times I stayed at your house just because I didn’t want to go home. You never cared your door was always open. I am so thankful to have had you in my life and the time you allowed me stay there with my small child. You would always hold Bobby for me when you got home in the evening you would sit there talking to him “what’s up buddy”. You always gave the shirt off your back and I’m forever greatful for all that you’ve done for me. It saddens me to see you gone but I know your in a better place. All my love.

  3. I feel truly blessed to have had you in my life. Especially in my younger years. We have shared many good laughs and conversations. Even yelling at me in your words,”How could you be so fucking stupid”. I know you were hard on me because you truly cared. I made sure to tell you know how thankful I was because you never know when something like this could happen. I’ll miss your crazy stories which always started with “ Check this shit out”. My heart hurt to watch you go but I know you are no longer suffering.
    Rest easy “Davey Boy” until we meet again. I love you.

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