ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Dennisur, born on May 5, 1952, and passed away on March 28, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Rose DENNISUR Bennett on July 6, 2021
I knew something was off yesterday. It’s been 2 months since we laid you to rest I cried all weekend thinking about you my dear brother. Will it ever stop hurting I really miss picking up the phone to call & tease you then have our usual conversation❤️
Posted by Rose DENNISUR Bennett on June 5, 2021
June 5th, 2021 one month today since we laid my beloved brother David to rest. Forever missed love you my brother ❤️
Posted by Juddian Dennisur on June 5, 2021
Can’t believe it’s 1 month since you were laid to rest ... continue to rest my brother until that great day ...missing you & love you forever❤️
Posted by Sharimane Dennisur-Mckenz... on June 5, 2021
Today makes it a month since we laid you to rest beside our dearly beloved mother and father, DanDan and Sam
We miss you all...
Posted by Shakira Williams on May 23, 2021
Weeping may endure for a while,but joy cometh in t3he morning,The first time ever having a conversation with this gentleman was on the 14th of February by Erskin place in Petersfield where i did the Valentines show,didn't know it would have been the first and last time,at that time i realized how calm and encouraging he is just by the way he speak.RIP Sir D and your Memories will surely live on
Posted by Evadne Shaw on May 16, 2021
To the Family of Mr David Dennisur,he's resting in the arms of His beloved Savior,the outpouring of love,can be felt by the comforting words,be encouraged You all will meet him in the sweet bye and bye.The Shaw's family Fl.
Posted by Marj Dennisur-Stewart on May 5, 2021
Wow, wow another chapter in the DENNISUR'S clan has closed.

My brother we were always close. I'll miss our almost daily telephone conversations. There were times when we would remind each other that "God will always make a way"
You will forever be in my heart.

"There is no disappointment in Heaven" Sleep on my love...until that great getting up morning. Love you forever.
Posted by Marj Dennisur-Stewart on May 5, 2021
Writing this tribute on behalf of Bishop V Watson:
It is with great sadness that i pen this tribute regarding my friend, David D Dsnnisur. His departure left such a void in my life, having travelled on the highway of life for over 30 years. His exit is a reminder of our own mortality that should be well noted.

David came into our lives over 30 years ago. He would come to the USA to my home ever year & I would go to his as well in Jamaica. If I needed anything in Jamaica, David was always there to make sure that I had it.

David was thd center of the youth camp that i attended every year. The youth loved him & we want to remember the impact that was left on the lives of the young people.

He was also very patriotic. I recalled passing by montego bay hospital & voicing my opinion that it needed painting & of course I had to pick up my nose from where it was snatched off, because he felt that his country was well & needed nothing.

David was a strong defender of family.So, when he adopted his little daughter Kezia and he would bring her yo my home every year ever dince she was a baby until I had to ban her from coming because she would spilled red juice on my walls..so he said if she could not come, then he would not come. So, you know who won, for he was a very strong family man.

Well now this season of his life is over but we will all remember David for the beautiful family man that he was.

It is difficult to speak of David in the past tense; so, I will instead leave these w:ords with everyone:
ECCLESIASTES 3:1-4 (KJV)

Well, it is a time to weep and a time to mourn the loss of someone special.
I pray that the activity of his life was spent accomplishing the purpose of GOD and I pray that in the end, he will hear the words "WELL DONE"!!
Posted by Andrea Booth on May 5, 2021
Blessed are those who mourn,for they shall be comforted. MATTHEW 5:4
My deepest sympathy for Heather and the entire family during this difficult time. David was a remarkable man with so much knowledge and wisdom but taken away from us way too soon. There are so many things that I wanted to share with Heather and David together on my next visit to Jamaica but will instead keep all our memories together over the years close to my heart forever! David will be shining down on us now and guiding us through the word of God each and every day
Posted by Anjuli Hood-Daniel on May 5, 2021
It's really hard to embrace that you aren't with us anymore. I still keep looking for you to come through the door and into the banking hall to come an tease us and ask for your coffee. You will be missed Mr. D, I know that your retirement in heaven will be way better than it could ever be down here. Syon will have to dedicate that boat to you instead of buying it for you. Walk well Sir D you are forever in our hearts.

From Anjuli and family.
Posted by Charles Mullings on May 5, 2021
My Student, my friend. my confidant. Words are inadequate to describe my loss.  David was a unique individual. In all my encounters with him, he has distinguished himself as a decent human being. David was a member of Jamaica Combined Cadet Force as a Sargeant at the platoon located at Frome High School. He showed himself as a leader extraordinaire. He was truthful, never ever told a lie, but face the consequences of his actions. He was trustworthy, I could leave anything in his care and it would be protected; he was honest with a sterling character. Later in life, we became good friends. He and his wife and myself and wife spent quality time together. His house was my home in Jamaica and visa versa when he came to the USA. The world has left one of its best treasures. His humanitarian and benevolent efforts are legendary. God bless you, my brother, rest well until in the morning. 
Your accomplishment will live forever. Bishop Charles and Lady Gloria Mullings and the saints at Untied Church IAM, Miami, Florida.
Posted by Suzette Brissett on May 5, 2021
There is comfort in knowing we have a high Priest, a God and friend who is intouch and can be touched with the feelings of our infirmities. Hope in God, live in God and allow him to heal your brokenness . To Sis. Dennisur and the entire family, be comforted.
Posted by Dervan Anderson on May 5, 2021
Death leaves a heartache no one can heal.My heartfelt condolences to the families and friends.David was someone with a heart of gold,an assuring smile and a laugh that is contagious.your memories will forever be with us my friend.        REST. IN. POWER KING DAVID, U WILL BE MISSED.
Posted by maria dennisur on May 5, 2021
Dear Family, sending heart felt condolences. Uncle David will always be affectionately remembered by us. Sending warm hugs and prayers for God's comfort and peace to support us all. Gone too soon. R.I.E.P Uncle David.

With love from Rohan, Maria & Remy. xxx
Posted by Clint Longe on May 5, 2021
David, From the time we got to know you, we have known you to be someone who is caring, upright and steadfast with a good sense of appropriateness.
We remembered during your wedding, some of us were panicking about some aspects of the arrangements, but with a smile, confident and reassuring approach, you calmed the situation and put everybody at ease.
We miss your smile and miss hearing the praises and adorations you always showered on Heather.
You have gone too soon and you will be sorely missed. May you rest in perfect peace.
From, Clint, Merle and the families in UK.
Posted by Wenley Wright on May 4, 2021
My deepest condolences to Heather and the Dennisur's family.
Death was never apart of God's plan and because of this,the passing of David has left a void within the family. Hold on to the precious and fond memories of him .
David has ran his race, and the Savanna-La-Mar CIBCFirstcaribbean branch salutes him and will remember his winsome smile and dedicated service.
Sleep on David and take your rest.
Posted by Brenda Brown on May 4, 2021
A meaningful life is not being rich, highly educated. It's about kind, humble, touching the lives of others in a positive way. That was DAVID. I met David fifty plus years ago, we all were teenagers. He was such jovial happy individual, extremely outgoing person. Never a dull moment in his presence. It has been a shock to Tony and I, but what gives us comfort is good times we all shared on "compound" in Frome. RIP my friend. My deepest sympathy to the family.
Posted by Tanique Lewis-Myrie on May 4, 2021
You served well. Some beautiful stories are being told of the great work you did in the Youth Department of HBAC both locally & nationally.


You served well. Former Chairman of the school board of the Savanna la Mar Primary School. You were always engaged in the various activities. You will remain in our hearts.
Posted by Kevel A. Campbell on May 4, 2021
Dear Heather and family, David has finished his work on earth, and left the stage in a manner that leaves those of us left behind with a cry of agony in our hearts as the fragile thread of our faith is dealt a blow by this invisible enemy.

Is anyone strong enough to stay conscious through such teachings as you are receiving? Probably a few. And even they would only have a whisper of equanimity and peace amidst the screaming trumpets of their rage, grief, horror and desolation.

I can't assuage your pain with any words, nor should I. For your pain is David's legacy to you. Not that he would inflict such pain by choice but there it is. And it must burn its purifying way to completion. For something in you dies when you bear the unbearable, and it is only in the dark night of the soul that you are prepared to see as God sees and to love as God loves.

Now it is time to let your grief find expression. No false strength. Now is the time to sit quietly and speak to David and thank him for being with you these years and encourage him to go on with whatever his work is, knowing that you will grow in compassion and wisdom from this experience. In my heart, I know that you and David will meet again, and recognize the many ways in which you known each other. And when you meet you will know, in a flash, but no it is not given to you to know why this had to be the way it was.

Our rational minds can never understand what happened, but our hearts if we can keep them open to God will find their own intuitive way. David came to do his work on Earth which includes his manner of death. Now his soul is free, and the love that you can share with him is invulnerable to The winds of changing time and space. In that deep love Heather please include me.
Kevel
Posted by Wendy Williams on May 3, 2021
Uncle David as I refer to him as big cuz always smiling and reminding me at all times whenever we bumped into each other I quote “yuh must always call to mi eno man cause unu a di younger ones mi a get old “ always making silly jokes about my spouse as they were also co-workers.Rest well big cousin you’ll be sadly missed ❤️
Cousin Wendy
Posted by Ivel Murray-Grant on May 3, 2021
Condolences to the Dennisur family and friends. David was a wonderful person who always had a smile on his face. In business he was always very supportive and always encouraging you to strive for the best. He will be greatly missed.
Posted by Osbourne Cunningham on May 3, 2021
Our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Dennisur family. The passing of a family member is never easy to accept but we must hold on to the words of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ and be comforted by his promise of resurrection. Stay strong and support each other during this time of mourning.
Osbourne & Leila Cunningham
Posted by Althea Johnson on May 2, 2021
My deepest condolence to the family of the late David Denniseur, may God bring peace and comfort to you all and courage to face the days ahead and loving memories to forever hold in your heart. He was a great man with a big heart and smile,he will be forever missed.
Posted by Jermaine Robinson on May 2, 2021
Condolences to the family and friends of Bro D. He will be missed, but his memory will live on forever for he has touched many lives. Rest in Peace, my friend.
Posted by Marcia Evans on May 2, 2021
My deepest condolences to the Dennisur family on the passing of Elder David Dennisur. You were such a joyful soul, a man of God who took his faith seriously. This tragedy has devastated us all. May your beautiful smile be remembered by all. Rest well bro. Dennisur until we meet again.
Posted by Icolin Reid on May 1, 2021
Mr. David Dennisur was a man who stood tall among men. He will be greatly missed and his contribution to the Parish of Westmoreland and in particular to the Lay Magistrates' Association will be long remembered. He gave of himself to assist in the delivery of justice through the Office of the Justice of the Peace for the parish of Westmoreland and served for many years at the Whithorn Petty Sessions Court and was the President of the Westmoreland Lay Magistrates Association for over 5 years.
It was sterling service that he rendered to his parishioners and we are all grateful to God for lending this gentleman to us. We have benefited from his gentleness, fairness and his kindness.
I met Mr. Dennisur when I served as the Senior Parish Judge for Westmoreland and the few interactions I had with him I formed the view that he was a humble and patient man. He was not easily offended. He was pleasant and was always smiling. That was the impression that remained with me of this gentleman. I have heard the office staff speak in very complimentary terms of his character.
As his lovely wife, children, grandchildren and other relatives grieve for his departure I pray that God will be their comfort and that they will bond together in love, being the strength for each other as they ride out this storm.
On behalf of the Westmoreland Parish Court I take this opportunity to say thank you to his family for lending him to the Courts of Jamaica to assist in the administration of justice in our island. May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Carol Muschette on May 1, 2021
I met Brother David 25 years ago when we served on Royale Medical Board .
He was always confident and passionate in what he believed in. We later became members of Savanna-la-Mar United Church and served on the elders board up to the time of his death. He was fearless, never afraid to share his opinion on any matter .
You will be missed Brother David but at the same time you have left behind a legacy for us . You have shared your passion , confidence, resilience and of course your humor. RIP my brother. My deepest sympathies to Sister Heather and the rest of the family. “
“To be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord. “
Posted by Tracey Daley-Mullings on May 1, 2021
Bro D.

You are gone but not forgotten. You always had words of wisdom to share and when you weren't in that mode you were always telling a story or giving some joke. These are fond memories that will always live on #forever in my heart#.
Posted by Antoinette Walters on May 1, 2021
Uncle David your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure. Leaving us memories to treasure and keep.
You are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure.
I will hold you in my heart until I can hold you again in heaven.
Continue to Rest in Eternal Peace.
Posted by Mitze Miller on April 30, 2021
Very jovial,pleasant personality and frankness will be missed!
Posted by Loi Perry on April 30, 2021
Daddy you will be greatly missed. You have been a strong tower to me and my family especially since my Dad passed. You will never be forgotten. Your jovialness and smile that always met me will always be in my memory. From the Perry’s family.
Posted by Carolyn Brown James on April 30, 2021
Mr. Dennisur embodies life itself. He breathes life into anything he comes in contact with. Sir Dennisur served the Darliston Community, the Darliston DAC and the Westmoreland PDC. In his capacity in these organizations, I have found him to be very thorough and meticulous. He was brimming with ideas and passion for community development. He wasn't afraid to call a spade a spade, and one could always count on getting his true opinion of a situation. Sir Dennisur will be missed by the Social Development Commission Westmoreland team for his many different roles on our various development committees and for his sterling contribution of building communities, in order to build Jamaica. I use this opportunity to say to the family, take comfort in fact that he had a life well-lived, he served his country and the people. We salute you as a true community stalwart and a member of the SDC family.
Sleep in perfect peace Sir Dennisur. 
Posted by Glazeter Leslie on April 30, 2021
It is with sadness and regret that we note the passing of Justice David Dennisur.
Aside from his duties as a Lay Magistrate, Justice Dennisur served the Westmoreland Parish Library for many years in a number of different capacities and on several different committees. He was treasurer of the Library's Parish Committee at the time of his passing. His work and active service in so many other areas of community life is well known.
Maureen and I use this medium to extend heartfelt condolences to his wife Justice Heather Dennisur, other relatives, friends and loved ones at this time.
David was an avowed Christian during his life and so we have the assurance that he is in a better place at this time.
May his soul RIP and light perpetual shine on him.
Posted by Nordia Miller-Gray on April 29, 2021
On behalf of the management and staff of the Westmoreland Parish Library Network, I would like to extend sincere condolences to the family and friends of Mr. David Dennisur. He provided sound advice and guidance to the library for over 12 years. His invaluable contribution will forever be remembered.

He was very kind-hearted and fun, one could not help but smile whenever Mr D was around.

Our prayers are with the family, especially his wife, Heather. May God give you the strength you need during this time.
May his soul rest in peace.
Posted by Sophia Dowlo on April 29, 2021
You will be missed Bro. David. You were such a down to earth person.
Posted by Maurine Lewis on April 29, 2021
RIP memories of u will never fade as young people growing up u showered us with love fun days at youth camp bro David we love u miss u SIP
Posted by Peter Scott on April 29, 2021
On behalf of the Cluster of Frome and Burnt Savannah Justices of Peace and Lay Magistrates, we are expressing our deepest condolences and sympathies to the family and friends of our deceased brother and colleague. You've left a great impression upon us as a former President of the Westmoreland chapter and a large void has been created in our fraternity by your departure. You served us well Sir D. Sleep in peace bro.
Posted by Sharon Dillon Chin on April 29, 2021
David, you were kind, loving and a blessing to many. Heather and all your family, friends and colleagues will have the wonderful memories to treasure. You will be missed but never forgotten. Forever in our hearts.
Posted by Marjorie Dennisur on April 28, 2021
Uncle David I am sitting down trying to come to terms that you are no longer here with us which is really hard to grasp .Uncle David I have known you all my life as a lot of people are saying now home in Ricketts River will never be the same again without you and mama. One thing I am surely going to miss about you is those political meetings lol as we share the same political beliefs sleep on my uncle David, my comrade you have walked the walk you have talked the talk you have lived the life SIP sir D farewell say hello to mama and auntie Pauline for me ❤❤❤❤
Posted by Robert Allen on April 28, 2021
Life often seems to deal us unfairly when it robs us of the people we hold most dearly. We are left with a litany of unanswered questions that sometimes add confusion to anger. I know that each of us is uniquely created, but David was especially unique. His strong convictions, adept intellect and sociable demeanor, made him admirable even for those who couldn't dare to love him. You are forever imprinted on the canvas of history my friend, and many who will be born a hundred years from now will hear the name David D Dennisur. Rest well my comrade, sleep peacefully my friend.
Posted by Roshaun Simpson on April 28, 2021
Can’t believe we are saying good bye to you Uncle D. Didn’t know when I saw you last February at Raul’s wedding was the last time I would see you. You were the boss of us all. The one to call when we needed a connection for whatever. You were the motivator for us achieving any goal we set out for. Uncle D , I am still in disbelief. You will be forever miss at every family event . You are always in our hearts. SIP Uncle David.
Posted by Cheryl Rigg on April 28, 2021
Uncle David as he was affectionately called was the Uncle for all the children family or otherwise. Whenever there was a gathering and he was missing find the children and he would be comfortably sitting or talking with them. Westmoreland will not be the same without him. That void will remain. I really hoped he was gonna remain here but God called him home. You will never be forgotten as your namesake will always be our constant reminder. To Heather Kezia his grandson siblings- Madge Rosie Kenroy Eva Juliet Conray Worrell Hopie and Juddian hold on to his wonderful memories. He was God's gift to you keep his teachings and doings going. To all his nieces and nephews grandnephews and other relatives and friends too many to name... may God give you all the strength to cope. Rest well Uncle David you are missed....
Posted by Robeth Streete on April 27, 2021
David charmed his way into my heart when l realized his love and deep devotion to my Cousin/Sister Heather. David was ecstatic when she became his wife and his adoration and care for her remained solid to the end. I have many pleasant memories of David whether working together,conversing or just "hanging out" at our home.
He was a "Community Ambassador" for Westmoreland always striving to improve the quality of life for the less fortunate. He was dependable, authentic and of high integrity. He was a peacemaker although not afraid to speak out against injustice.
David we will miss you dearly but fortunately your untimely departure cannot rob us of the precious memories.
May light perpetual shine on you.
Always in our hearts; Beth ,Don & Anna (Streete)
Posted by PEARLENA Blagrove on April 27, 2021
Justice David Dennisur a man who wore many hats and who served the people of Westmoreland and by extension Jamaica in an exemplary manner. We served together on several committees and his hard work and dedication to duty may be equaled but will hardly be surpassed. Your friendship was a blessing. You are gone but not forgotten. Sleep on my friend in the arms of the Saviour. My condolences to your wife Heather and the rest of the family 
Posted by Sharon Wilson on April 27, 2021
Dear David, You accepted me into the family and treated me like a little sister and I always looked up to you as the big brother I never had and I looked forward to seeing you whenever I would visit Westmoreland.  My visits will never be the same because you won't be there to welcome me and we won't be able to have the little chit-chats we use to have. You will be missed. We love you but Jesus loves you best ❤.
Posted by Soniam wm on April 27, 2021
My condolences to the entire DENNISUR family. My childhood memories of David was one of inspiration. He was the young man from rickets river that was so educated, so liked , so loved, admired, almost revered. Never a unkind word I can recall but utterance of wisdom, the smartest man in the room. He was already grown when I was a young girl but we as children waved to him as he passed by because he knew each and everyone of us names. My memories of you will stay intact with your smiling face and kind demeanor. Rest in peace my neighbor.
From: SONIA , NARRY and PATRICK.
Posted by Arlene Fullwood on April 27, 2021
The last time I saw Bro. D., was on Valentine's Day, on the church grounds, I waved to him and he waved back, I didn't know it would be the last time I would see my brother alive. I will always remember his laughter and his powerful voice. Although we miss you so very much, we know we'll see you once more. For this is the hope we have in God. Rest in peace my brother.
Posted by Rose DENNISUR Bennett on April 27, 2021
My big brother David am lost for words don’t know where to begin. I still don’t believe you’re gone I miss picking up the phone to call to chit chat about little things like calling you nicknames we called you growing up as kids in country I’ll leave the names out that’s our names for you.
I remember our days of going to church, school & other fun places my even when we get home from the football match mama would beat me & say you’re the girl you should be home right after school the list could go on & on I could say so much more but I’ll leave it here. My darling big brother I love ❤️ you in life & ❤️ you in death sleep in heavenly peace until that great getting up morning when death will be no more I missed you so much.
Posted by Dougie Streete on April 27, 2021
Sending love and strength to David’s family and loved ones, may the care and love of those around you provide comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead.
Our most sincere condolences, with love and fond memories.
Dougie & Yvonne Streete
Posted by Milissa Fletcher on April 27, 2021
Rest in Heavenly Peace.
You will be missed Mr Dennisur
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Posted by Rose DENNISUR Bennett on July 6, 2021
I knew something was off yesterday. It’s been 2 months since we laid you to rest I cried all weekend thinking about you my dear brother. Will it ever stop hurting I really miss picking up the phone to call & tease you then have our usual conversation❤️
Posted by Rose DENNISUR Bennett on June 5, 2021
June 5th, 2021 one month today since we laid my beloved brother David to rest. Forever missed love you my brother ❤️
Posted by Juddian Dennisur on June 5, 2021
Can’t believe it’s 1 month since you were laid to rest ... continue to rest my brother until that great day ...missing you & love you forever❤️
his Life

The Life of David Diago Dennisur BH(M), J. P.

Every family has a HERO! That one family member who is the life of the party, who you look forward to seeing because you know that you are going to get a belly full of laughter or you are going to be engaged in a thought provoking discussion! That SUPER SUPPORT who will attend every wedding, graduations , funerals  and any other special event...... In the DENNISUR Clan “ Uncle David/ big brother” was that HERO and though he was well known in Frome, Savanna-La- Mar, Westmoreland and even Jamaica.....to his family he was simply the cheerleader! Uncle David was the one to walk his sisters and nieces down the aisles, he stepped in and cared for his brothers, sisters, nieces, nephews, cousins, aunties, and uncles....

Born on May 5th 1952 to the late Remessee and Eunice Dennisur in Ricketts River, Frome Westmoreland, David the 3rd of 12 children. Everyone who knows him and all is siblings will profess that David was a “ Mama’s Boy” 
every Sunday after church he would journey to Ricketts River, the family home just to lie in his mama’s bed and eat mama’s cooking. All the siblings emphasized that David’s favorite saying , not as a child growing up but even in his adult years, “ Mi a guh tell Mama!”

David’s early academic preparation began at Ms.Mack Basic School in Hunterswood, then Grange Hill Primary School and Frome School now called Frome Technical High School.  There is a popular saying in Jamaica parlance “ Jack of all Trade- Master of None” David defied that saying, he was a Jack ... David of all trades and he mastered them all...
Cub Scout
Social Worker
Accountant
Financial Controller
Manager
Farmer
Lay Preacher
Elder

David worked at the West Indies Sugar Company and gained a scholarship to attend The College of Arts Science & Technology (CAST). David also worked at the following companies:
Monymusk and Dunckenfield Sugar Companies
Head Office of National Sugar
Westmoreland Cooperative Credit Union - Savanna-La-Mar
Eagle Permanent Building Society - Savanna-La-Mar Branch
National Development Foundation of Jamaica - Montego Bay 
Manager of the RBTT Bank - Mandeville Branch
Opened and Managed the Savanna -La-Mar Branch of CIBC First Caribbean Bank until his retirement.
Since November 2020 he managed the Indian Jerk & Curry Restaurant and Lounge, Petersfield, Westmoreland.

David was a devout man of God who explored the Catholic, Jehovah Witness, Pentecostal and Presbyterian faiths. He was the Elder at the Savanna- La- Mar United Church and sometimes preached at different points of the United Church. He was passionate about God’s words and was very often argumentative and demonstrative about what the “scriptures declares”.
 Another passion was his love for politics to the point where he did not want to wear or use anything green in color yet he managed to maintain good friendships on both sides of the political arena. 

David loved his family - he assumed the role of being in charge and often caused Rosie and others to get the strap. Every niece, every nephew will tell that their favorite memory is going to Westmoreland and Uncle David packing up everyone in his truckand they travel to Bluefields Beach and upon their return journey stop at KFC.... smiles. David loved people and his greatest delight was being among children.
Though he struggled with the loss of daughter Davita at 2 years old in a major car accident in 1981 , his adopted daughter Kezia filled his life with love and joy was made full when his grandson Khaleel was born. 

David threw himself and his attention to Cub Scouts and later became the District Commissioner for Scouts, served on the School Boards of Frome Technical High School, Mannings School, Savanna-La-Mar Primary and Elite Preparatory. He also served on the Westmoreland Parish Development Committee, the Board of the Jamaica Library Service in Westmoreland, as Chairman of the HEART Management Advisory Committee and President of the Lay Magistrate’s Association, Westmoreland. 

David received the Badge of Honor for meritorious service to the Community from the Governor General of Jamaica. The happiest period of his life was when he bravely went down on one knee in a 500 packed dining room on a cruise ship and proposed to Heather- although Heather took some time to answer - she said yes and in May 12, 2012 they were married in England and spent their honeymoon in Paris. In Heather’s own words “ We lived, argued, laughed and loved”.

Covid-19 came in March 2020, and sadly David caught the virus in March 2021, if ever the outpour of love and support could have save someone, David would be alive today. We prayed earnestly and diligently but God had another plan and after 2 weeks in the Savanna-La-Mar Public General Hospital David, a true solder of the Cross, a warrior in this life, transitioned at 9:00 pm on March 28,2021.

David Diago Dennisur is gone to be with is father Remessee, mother Eunice, and brothers Samuel(Sam) and Lynford (DanDan)who predeceased him. He leaves behind his loving wife Heather, stepsons Michael and Christopher, daughter Kezia, grandson Khaleel. Brothers Kenroy, Conray and Worrell. Sisters Margaret(Madgie), Rose, Juliet, Eva, Sharmaine (Hopi) and Juddian. A host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends. A void that can never be filled... what a loss not only for our family but for the community....Rest well our SUPERMAN,HERO and SUPPORTER! You have done well...your legacy and memory lives on!

We love you and miss you dearly Uncle DDD❤️



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Never too busy ❤

Shared by Rochelle Dennisseur on April 29, 2021
     As an adult I now know how hectic and demanding life is on a daily basis. Because of this I now understand  how special Uncle David was as a person and how much he loved us as nieces and nephews.
    I remember going into the bank Uncle David managed when I was a child and how I'd do my transaction with the teller and when I was through I'd always ask to speak to Mr. Dennisur. The teller would walk into his office and then return to tell me he was available to see me. I thought nothing of it then because he was Uncle David,  but now I know that spoke volumes. So there I was a 9 year old sitting in his office talking about what was happening in my life (imagine what that conversation was like ).
     I now understand that even though he would have been busy, on those many occasions when I stopped by for my impromptu visits, the fact that he was never too busy for "that little girl" carved out a big space in my heart for my uncle and nothing not even death can take the love I have for him. 
    He watched me grow and as I got older he became more than my uncle, he became my friend. He encouraged and supported  me through my rough patches, he celebrated my accomplishments no matter how small and he always took the time to tell me how proud he was of the woman I've become. It always felt good to hear . Thank you Sir.
     I wasn't ready... but I am grateful to have had you in my life. Forever love Uncle David ❤

My Bro

Shared by Sharimane Dennisur-Mckenz... on April 25, 2021
Sitting and reflecting on our good times.  Love you always 
Hope