In memory of
David Bentley Ottinger
In memory of
David Bentley Ottinger
OTTINGER, David Bentley David Bentley Ottinger was born in Dallas, TX on April 15, 1970. He died in Dallas on September 24, 2020. He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Ottinger, his beloved grandparents, Mozelle and Paul Bentley, as well as his Uncle Jimmy Bentley. He is survived by his father Jim Ottinger, step-mother Charlotte and step-brother, Lyle Waisman, as well as many extended members of family. David's celebration of life will be held at Grove Hill Funeral Home on October 17, 2020 at 1 p.m. David enjoyed cars and worked in the industry, as well as spending many hours in car-related hobbies. His other life-long passion was the care and rescue of dogs, especially boxers. He fostered boxers and was a volunteer at several rescue organizations. He'd drive hours to pick up dogs and bring at risk, senior and injured boxers for medical treatment, new placement, etc. In his later years David had many health issues and yet, he never gave up hope of having a better life. David was in the process of moving to Texarkana, to live near his long-time friends, when he died. He will be sorely missed by all who loved and knew him. In David's memory, please contribute to the American Diabetes Association or your local animal rescue organization.
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Grove Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Park
3920 Samuell Blvd
Dallas, TX 75228
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In memory of
David Bentley Ottinger
OTTINGER, David Bentley David Bentley Ottinger was born in Dallas, TX on April 15, 1970. He died in Dallas on September 24, 2020. He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Ottinger, his beloved grandparents, Mozelle and Paul Bentley, as well as his Uncle Jimmy Bentley. He is survived by his father Jim Ottinger, step-mother Charlotte and step-brother, Lyle Waisman, as well as many extended members of family. David's celebration of life will be held at Grove Hill Funeral Home on October 17, 2020 at 1 p.m. David enjoyed cars and worked in the industry, as well as spending many hours in car-related hobbies. His other life-long passion was the care and rescue of dogs, especially boxers. He fostered boxers and was a volunteer at several rescue organizations. He'd drive hours to pick up dogs and bring at risk, senior and injured boxers for medical treatment, new placement, etc. In his later years David had many health issues and yet, he never gave up hope of having a better life. David was in the process of moving to Texarkana, to live near his long-time friends, when he died. He will be sorely missed by all who loved and knew him. In David's memory, please contribute to the American Diabetes Association or your local animal rescue organization.
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Services Provided By
Grove Hill Funeral Home and Memorial Park
3920 Samuell Blvd
Dallas, TX 75228
Past Services ╲╱
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