David Duane Garmann

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David Duane Garmann

Age 57

Born on December 7, 1961

Lincoln, Nebraska

Passed Away Peacefully on March 14, 2019

Denver, Colorado


Dave is preceded in death by his sister Linda Conant.

He is survived by his loving wife Roni Sue and their beautiful daughter Isabella (Bella).  His parents Henry and Benetta Garmann; three brothers Ronald, Steve (Carol), Tim (Wendy) and three sisters Sandy, Debbie, and Jennie; many nieces and nephews and many more great nieces and nephews.

David was a man of few words, but a heart bigger than life. David's passion was racing, where you could find him most weekends at the dirt tracks. In 2004 he won the Colorado Late Model Association (CLMA) Championship.

David worked at Furniture Row Racing from 2005 to 2018 as a fabricator.  In 2017 he helped his team bring Martin Truex JR. to a NASCAR Championship.

David owned and operated D&G Racing, and you could find his name on many race cars.

Please join our family as we celebrate the life of David.

To help celebrate Dave all attendees are welcome to wear your favorite racing attire! 


Celebration of Life

April 5, 2019 at 12:00  P.M.

Westminster Elks

3850 West 69th Ave.

Westminster, CO 80030

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Memories Timeline


  1. Rest In Peace Dave. Heaven has gained another angel to watch over us. Hugs to all the family. Always remember the fun times.

  2. You were one of my favorite people at FRR. We were both quiet and never said a whole lot, but the few words we exchanged and our comfortable silence while waiting for the coffee to brew are some of my best memories from the race shop. You will be dearly missed!!

  3. Dave, you will be remembered as a loving husband and father, a friend, a racer, a fabricator, and a great man. Im honored to of had the pleasure learning and racing with you.

  4. Dave you were a quite man with a heart of gold!  Randy and I will miss you.  The world is a sadder place without you……..

  5. Dave ,you will be missed by many. Thank you for the long hours you put in for the race team. There were many fabrication projects only you could do. Thank you for the championship!! Ronnie Sue ,May God hold you close in this difficult time

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