David Alan Bailey, What Happened To David Alan? How Did He Died?

On January 6, 2024 at his Martinsville residence, David Alan Bailey unexpectedly passed away due to heart disease. Born June 28, 1957 to Edith C. (Shaw) Bailey and Herman David Bailey – now deceased – David lived his life with passion, resilience and dedication – characteristics which will always remain memories.

What Influenced His Early Years?

David began his journey in Indianapolis where he was nurtured by loving parents. Herman passed before David came along, leaving a legacy behind that David carried forward into adulthood. Graduating Decatur Central with Class 1975 set his early life off on its course of determination and mechanical pursuits.

How Did David Contribute to His Community?

Professionally, David was instrumental in managing TMC Trucking of Brownsburg as Fleet Service Manager ensuring efficient and dependable transportation services, demonstrating both his dedication and knowledge of mechanical systems.

What Was David’s Passions?


David had many interests beyond professional work. As an active member of ABATE and life member of the American Motorcycle Association (AMA), his love of motorcycling was clear to see. Additionally, David found immense satisfaction from rebuilding damaged bikes and cars to bring new life out of them; additionally deer hunting provided plenty of outdoor adventure which David was equally fond of enjoying.

Who Will Remember David? David will be deeply missed by those he left behind – especially his loving family: Edith Bailey of Camby; sister Donna (Jeff) Stinson from Monrovia and two nephews Justin Stinson (Angie), Columbia City Indiana and Kirk Stinson who hails from Las Vegas Nevada – while others can recall fondly how special each moment shared was together with him. His loving and kind family will forever treasure these fond memories shared.

What Legacy Will David Leave Behind?

David will leave behind not only memories from family and friends but also an immeasurable impression with the work and hobbies that bear his mark: mechanical repair skills applied to motorcycles and cars leave an indelible mark on our community; furthermore his involvement in riding associations shows his dedication to rider safety while championing joy of riding.

How Can We Honor David’s Memory


In honor of David’s life and passions, family and friends of Carlisle-Branson Funeral Service and Crematory in Mooresville will assemble from 9:00 am until 11:00 am for his visitation service on Saturday January 13th from 9:00 am until 11.00 am in Carlisle-Branson Funeral Service chapel in Mooresville from 9:00 am until 11:00 am followed immediately by Carlisle-Branson Life Celebration(r) Service from 11.00 am onwards offering the chance to share memories, pay respects to and celebrate an impactful legacy from many. As per David’s wishes all earthly remains have been cremated as per his wishes which has also paid a final salute to this incredible individual from us all at Carlisle-Branson.

Memory Sharing and Condolence Expressing For those wishing to continue the celebration of David’s life beyond services, an online guest registry has been set up at www.CarlisleBranson.com in his memory, providing an outlet to share memories, express condolences and express mourning over a remarkable person they knew well – this platform serves as a digital memorial, reflecting his impactful life story with loved ones who knew and missed him dearly.

David Alan Bailey led an inspiring life, one marked by passion, commitment, and deep community involvement. To honor him we should reflect upon all that he found joy in; his hobbies, work dedication, family ties, friendships he fostered – his legacy will inspire all who knew him to follow their passions while cherishing every moment with those they care about most.

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