David M. Rivera

 He is preceded in death by his mother, Marie Trujillo Rivera, Cove Rivera, and his daughter, Alicia Rivera. His is survived by his two daughters, Shawna Rivera and Katrina Winn as well as 3 granddaughters, Analeya Rodarte, Jordyn Winn, and Kamille Winn, as well as 2 grandsons Angelo and Andres Rivera also, 8 siblings, Louise Graves and husband ( Tony), Patrick and wife (Noelia), Henry and wife (Pauline), Robert Rivera, Steven and wife (Berlinda), Carla Gonzalez and husband (Gary), Ted Trujillo, as well as a host of nieces, nephews, and cousins. David was a kind and humble man who was always grateful for anything no matter how little. He loved the outdoors. Amalia was always his favorite place to be. He loved his Family and spending time with all of them.  During his last days here on earth he came to know Jesus as his Savior and Lord. He was baptized in August 24, 2018. Arrangements by Rivera Family Funeral Home. To share a memory, please visit our website at www.riverafuneralhome.com

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