David Stebbins Obituary, Death – David Stebbins was welcomed into the world by his parents, Charles Hiram and Dianne Dawn Stebbins, on July 18, 1964, in the city of Sandusky, which is located in the state of Ohio. There, he grew up alongside his parents and his sister Leslie until 1967, when the family moved to Edina, Minnesota. After that, he spent the rest of his youth in Edina. They continued to call that location home until 1971, when they made their permanent move to Atlanta, in the state of Georgia.
After completing his elementary education at Heards Ferry, he went on to complete the remaining years of his schooling at Riverwood High School. After that, he finished his undergraduate education at Clemson University and then transferred to Georgia State University to earn his Bachelor of Science degree in business. David worked for his father’s company, Stebbins & Associates, which was ultimately controlled by David’s grandpa. David’s job in Atlanta was that of a manufacturer’s representative for the corporation.
After his father reached retirement age and moved to Florida in 1995, he assumed leadership of the family business and continued to do so until 2005. David was an outstanding salesman who took much pleasure in his work. Throughout the course of his career, he worked for a number of different companies; nonetheless, he never moved away from the field of sales. People looked to him as the authority in a variety of fields, and they looked to him for advice.
The year 1999 marked David’s first meeting with Kimberlee, who would go on to become his wife. The couple married in 2005 and moved to California the following year. They brought up two kids, a daughter named Natalie Franchesca and a son named Jack Walker, both of whom they named after famous people. His family took him sailing in the Caribbean on a bare boating expedition when he was 15 years old, and that’s when he fell in love with the sport of sailing. After that, he became an accomplished sailor. Due to the fact that he had such a good time doing it, in 2005, not long after moving to California with his family, he went out and bought himself a yacht.
In addition to his wife Kimberlee and his children Michael (29), Natalie (15), and Jack (14), David is survived by his mother Dianne, who resides in Clearwater, Florida; his sister Leslie and her husband Mike Morris, who resides in Palm Harbor, Florida; and three nephews: Chase (29), who resides in Euless, Texas; Hunter (28), who resides in Fort Collins, Colorado; and Jackson Barlow (23), who lives in Euless, Texas. Before he was even born, his father Charles had already passed away (Chuck).