1220 George C Wilson Drive, Suite C
Augusta, GA 30909

David W. O'Connor

February 23, 1958 - October 4, 2019

Mr. David W. O'Connor, age 61, of North Augusta entered into rest on October 4, 2019, at his residence surrounded by his loving family.  He is preceded in death by his parents, Cornelius and Arlene O'Connor; brothers, Mike O'Connor and Neil O'Connor.

David is survived by his loving wife, Debra O'Connor; daughter, Amber (John) Bannister, and son, Cory O'Connor. 

Private family service to be held at a later date.  Online condolences may be expressed at www.arlingtonfuneral.com  Arlington Burial & Cremation, 1220 George C. Wilson Dr., Suite C, Augusta, GA 30909.  762-994-0311

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Debra this is Charles Williams I was out of town when I heard about David passing I have always liked David and we had always got along real good and I hated to hear about it.
Charles Williams - October 7 at 3:22 PM
David was a wonderful and true friend; and was always kind and generous. My family and I will miss him very much. Thank you David for all the years of friendship and encouragement. I will never forget you.
Joel Presley - October 7 at 11:13 AM
i am so sorry for your loss jack wetherell
jack wetherell - October 6 at 6:47 AM
Words can’t explain my sadness David and I became friends many years ago. When I first got out of law-enforcement he gave me a job working for ADT and taught me how to talk to people and ask good questions and how to make me successful . I will never forget his generosity and his kindness for a huge man he was a true gentle giant . My prayers are with Debra and the family and I’m only a phone call away if they need anything Rest in peace my friend
Clifford powell - October 5 at 10:46 PM
David will be sorely missed and always be remembered. Our love and support Goes out to his family
Eric C Bowen & the Bowen family - October 5 at 6:20 PM
I am so sorry for this great loss. Deb, Amber, and Cory, I am continuing to pray for you. I know how difficult this can be. Please do not hesitate to let me know, now or later, if there is anything I can do for you. I grew up with David, literally. My cousin and I were both born at St. Joseph Hospital in Augusta, a few days apart, and we were companions and friends for as long as I can remember. We attended the same schools, played on the same baseball teams, were both Bar Mitzvahed at the same time, studied karate together, and even both fell out of our backyard tree house together. David and I shared a close bond that will always be treasured. David demonstrated a deep love for family and friends. He always tried to be kind and considerate, and you knew that he really cared for you. I admired David’s great strength and determination, and we are all blessed to have shared our existence with this gentle Soul. Thank-you, David, for Being here. I will miss you.
Steven Kaplan - October 5 at 3:05 PM
David will always be remembered as an amazing man who was extremely loving, caring and funny. Because of David’s kind heart and because of the love he has for his wife, he is the reason that I have wonderful memories with him and his family and for this I will always be grateful. My sincere condolences to all of his family.
Susan Powell - October 5 at 1:11 PM
So very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family always. May you find comfort and healing during this most of difficult times. My deepest condolences,
Jan Adams - October 5 at 8:48 AM
You'll never know the impact you and your family had on my life. Just want to say thank you for everything
Robert Holmes - October 5 at 7:55 AM
David was a one of a kind! He was like a second dad to me. I will miss his humor and sarcasm as well as his kindness. Love you, Mr. David!
Summer Peace (Griffin) - October 4 at 8:06 PM
I am so sorry to hear this Debra, Amber and Corey. We had so much fun in scouts. I think of you guys often. You are in my prayers.
Robin (Emmette) McGee - October 4 at 7:17 PM
I had a great time with David as his children and my children were family. He was always so funny. Although I met him In San Diego years before as I was dating his cousin Steve Kaplan. He is with family on the other side now who are so happy to see him. Since there is no death because our soul never dies, he will always be there for his family. Thank you David for being apart of my life In so many ways. Be at peace. Deb, you are never alone, so many look out for you and your children, on the other side. It is comforting to know he is not alone.
Bernadette - October 4 at 7:10 PM
I am so sorry to see this. You guys are in our prayers.
Guy and Beth Oliver - October 4 at 6:51 PM
My condolences to the family... I am sure this has been pretty tough... Prayers for inner peace...
Karen McCall - October 4 at 6:23 PM
My deepest sympathies to the family. David was always so nice to me. I’ll remember his sense of humor the most!?? Prayers and hugs to you Deb, Amber, John and Cory. If there is anything I can do don’t hesitate to call! Love you guys!
Sondra Burr - October 4 at 6:02 PM
Deb and family, I am so very sorry to hear that David lost his battle with cancer! That is such an insidious disease. One of my favorite memories was years ago when he, you, Amber, Joe, Jennifer and I went to Six Flags together. We had such a great time, especially on the Merry-go-Round! David had the ability to brighten up anyplace he was, with his wonderful smile and great humor. It was my honor to have known him. He will be truly missed. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Gail
Gail R Fisher - October 4 at 5:35 PM
David you will be greatly missed, I know that Debra and Amber loved you so much as did all who met you.
Nicole Daniels - October 4 at 5:09 PM