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David L. Bush

  • On June 1, 2023

On Monday, May 15, 2023, David L. Bush lovingly known as “Dave” departed this earthly life.

David L. Bush, a devoted father and grandfather was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the late Katherine Bush Lee.

Dave was educated in the Pittsburgh Public School system. As a student he enjoyed art and expressing himself thru drawing. After school Dave obtained employment with Don Allen Motor Group.  During his time of employment Dave worked as an auto detailer.

Dave was united in marriage to Tara, from this union a daughter Brianna was born. He was also a father to Jaison and Brandon.

Dave always enjoyed working with his hands.  He was a self-taught handyman and could always be found tinkering with something.  He enjoyed wiring sound systems, home theaters, or just fixing things. He was a handyman for his family and friends.  Whenever anyone needed help with anything …He was that guy!

Dave enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.  He liked to watch Steeler games attend family functions and spending quality time with his mother and children.

Dave was preceded in death by his mother Katherine, stepfather Jeffery Lee, grand parents David Means and Dorothy Blessitt.

Dave is survived by his children. Brandon (Marissa), Jaison (Jazmine) and Brianna (Qu’Raun). His grandchildren Mackynzie, Brandon Jr., Bryson, Jaison Jr, Maureece, Brooklyn, and Messiah. His wife Tara, brother-in-law Terrence and a host of family and friends. David was loved by all and will truly be missed.

Friends will be received on Friday, June 2, 2023 from 10:00 am until the time of service at 12:00 pm at Pittsburgh Cremation & Funeral Care, 5405 Steubenville Pike, Robinson Township, PA 15136. Burial will follow.

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1 Comment

Flynn Patrick O'Brien
So sorry to hear about Dave's passing. First met him at Don Allen Chevrolet when I started working in the detail shop in the 90s. He was always a happy go lucky guy that seemed to always have a big smile on his face. We became good friends over the years and would lecture each other and joke around a heck of a lot. We even hung out outside of work a few times. It had been decades since I had seen him since he had at some point left Don Allen and then they closed up. I tried to reconnect with him last year but it didn't happen. R.I.P Dave and thanks for being a great friend and making me laugh. You will definitely me missed and I'll cherish the time we had together. Love ya buddy.