Celebrating The Life Of Loved Ones

David Elbert Fagan

David Elbert Fagan, 77, of Albemarle, NC formerly of Pleasantville, NJ passed away on Friday, October 27, 2017 in the Taylor House, Albemarle, N.C.  His service will be private. Mr. Fagan was born June 1, 1940 in Pleasantville, NJ to the late Elbert Fagan and Reatha Anna Blank Fagan and was a graduate of Pleasantville High School.  He was bus driver formerly working with Greyhound, Lincoln Bus Co. and New Jersey Transit Authority. He attended Seventh Day Adventist Church and was a member of Free Masonry.  Mr. Fagan was a car lover and a veteran of US Army. Survivors include a son, Simon Fagan of Concord, NC, two daughters, Rebecca Fagan Steinman of Delran, NJ and Katherine Fagan Eichenholtz of Red Bank, NJ, two brothers, Joe Fagan, Sr. of Albemarle, NC, Paul Jack Carrodus of Marrietta, GA, three grandchildren and many friends and car lovers.


  • Fogbenro Osunniyi Posted October 31, 2017 1:32 pm

    Hello to the Mr David Fagan family.. As far as I am concerned Mr Fagan was a good and fare man with patients while I worked with him at New Jersey Transit ,he showed me nothing but good spirits when I came in as a rookie.. I’m also guessing being that I spoke first and called him mr. Fagan instead of Dave gave him some more appreciation toward me being around him because l respected my elders.. (I’m 27 years his jr) .. I enjoyed our brief talks and the stories he had to tell.. Some of them wouldn’t make you laugh with stitches in your stomach. LOL .. he always spoke what was on his mind and I truly like your father / brother / grandfather.. and most of all it was great to see him reach out to me on Facebook a few years ago.. I was glad to hear from him.. I will always remember him and those cigars. 🙂 GOD BLESS HIS SOUL MAY HE REST IN GODS ARMS..AND GOD BLESS MR DAVID FAGAN’S FAMILY . MY SINCERE SYMPATHY TO THE FAMILY.. from Fogbenro Osunniyi. (aka FOGG)

  • Michell Crisco Posted November 8, 2017 7:31 pm

    Will not soon forget spending your last fall festival together. Rocking on the porch and hearing your stories about cars, girls and life. Laughing at the nasty stuff hotdogs are made of and checking out the scrapbook of your cat. You will be missed. Knowing you asked God into your heart gives me peace that I’ll see you ago. ❤️😢

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