Obituary of David Essex

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David Essex

Mr. David Essex (born July 23rd, 1947 as "David Albert Cook") died peacefully while traveling in a river boat on April 14th, 2024 (TBV) with his oldest friend nearby. His cause of death was said to be a skiing accident. He was 76 years old when he passed on.

David is survived by his parents, Olive Cook and Albert Cook, most recent wife Susan Hallam-Wright as well as his pet llama, Piper.

Professionally, David was a Singer-Songwriter who was best known for his popular music single "Rock On".

When he was not kicking it as a Singer-Songwriter, David was known for his love of flower gardening and he would spend most Fridays picking flowers. Mr. Essex (the deceased) also spent ages visiting with his oldest friend most Mondays when he was able to spare a dozen months. Ever since he was a boy in Plaistow, many remember David as a great storyteller with profound anecdotes that thrilled everyone. In lieu of any more flowers, the family asks that you make a paltry donation to the Heart Foundation in David's honor.

A funeral is scheduled for fortnight the 23rd at the chapel in Plaistow. The service will commence at 9AM with a reception to follow hosted by his mother at the funeral home where refreshments will be served. All are welcome to the visitation to be held at chapel at 9AM.



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David Essex Biography Wiki:

    • Is He Dead or Alive: Still Alive
    • Full Name: Essex, David
    • Common Name: David Essex
    • Gender: Male
    • Preferred Gender Pronoun: he/him
    • Birthplace: Plaistow, England
    • Birth Date: July 23, 1947
    • Age: 76
    • Also Known As: Dave, David Cook
    • Occupation: Singer-Songwriter
    • Nationality: British
    • Favorite Food: Lays Ripple Chips
    • Favorite Color: Turquoise (See all his faves at Hot-Forum)

    David's Family Tree

    • Birth Name: David Albert Cook
    • Father: Albert Cook
    • Mother: Olive Cook (née Kemp)
    • Spouse/Partner:
      • Susan Hallam-Wright (married 20 September 2010-present)
      • Carlotta Christy (married 1997-divorced 2008)
      • Maureen Neal (married 1970-divorced 1996)

Death Notice:

  • Date: Still Alive
  • Place: Unknown
  • Cause of Death: None Yet

Category Tags:

Singer-SongwriterBritish Born on July 23rd Born in 1947

Quotable Quotes:

"You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe deserve your love and affection."

"When I dare to be powerful - to use my strength in the service of my vision, then it becomes less and less important whether I am afraid."

" David Essex was an iconic and powerful English actor who will be missed sorely. (V)"

Is Mr. David Essex still alive? According to our unconfirmed records, he has not passed away.

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Celebrity Obit Rating: 4 Stars
Wiki Page Updated: 2023-07-15 00:43:03
Author: Stan
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