David Roastingear

David Roastingear


David Roastingear was born on April 2, 1971, to Corena and Harold Roastingear in Tahlequah, OK. He graduated from Sequoyah high school. David was a Jack of all trades. After leaving high school, he had two daughters, Amber and Cory, along with many grandchildren and great-grandkids. David would always ask, “what’s cooking?” or “where’s the fry bread and beans?” At times you would find him in his truck listening to George Strait or Jon Pardi. There wouldn’t be enough time in the world to describe David. He went by many names like Bionic man, Olympian, Hulk, Superman, Hero, Brother, Uncle, Dad, and Son, but his favorite was DODA.
David was a humble, hardworking, supportive, giving, and loving dad. He meant the world and more to his family.
David was preceded in death by his wife, Jewel Roastingear, Grandson Miciah, his parents, brother John Roastingear, sisters Tammy and Karen Roastingear, and brother-in-law Phillip Mathews.
David is survived by daughters Corena Kay Roastingear and Amber (Roastingear) Fancher, brother James Roastingear of Brushy, OK., sister Corena Mathews of Nicut, OK., grandchildren Summer Dawn, McKaila Nichelle, Jaydan Kade, Tatum Dean, and great-grandchildren Novianna, Genisis, and Mateo’ Lundy.

A viewing will be held from 5:00 PM – 8:00 PM on Thursday, March 2, 2023, in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel at Forever Memories Funeral Services. Hwy 59 North and Hwy 101, Sallisaw, OK.
Funeral services will be at 1:00 on Friday, March 3, 2023, in the Sequoyah Memorial Chapel at Forever Memories Funeral Services,
With “Preacher” Larry Fancher officiating.
Interment to follow at the Roastingear Family Cemetery.
Pallbearers are Jaydan Fancher, Matthew Shafer, Keith Mathews, Gunther Cooper, Justin Harjo, and Emerson Hobbs.
Honorary Pallbearers are Tatum Fancher, Avery Ray, Marcus Monroe, Gabriel Scott, Jeffrey David, Malachi E., Theron U., and Ryan T.

Services are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Services of Sallisaw, OK.




One Response

  1. The greastist uncle in the world, growing up being excited to go to your house, laughing at us kids and being nice to me when i thought the world wasnt… you always seemed proud to tell people “thats my neice felicia” and I have the privilege to call you my uncle… I love you so much uncle david thank you for everything you did for me known and unknown… your neice felicia…

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