David Ferguson passed away on December 28, 2017 at the age of 83. At the moment he left us, David was blessed to be holding hands with his soulmate and beautiful wife of 59 years, Carolyn, and his beautiful daughter Kimmy. All who know him understand, he would have wished for nothing else. David’s passions for family, country, community, work and college football define his life. Soon after graduation from High School in Stone Mountain, Georgia, he joined the Army, gave two years of service to his country and was honorably discharged. David then began his first of two careers with General Motors. The first began at the Lakewood, Georgia plant working on the manufacturing line. He was quickly promoted to Supervisor and spent the next 39 years with the company, missing work only a handful of days. The second leg of his career with GM began in Daytona Beach after a failed attempt at retirement. Ritchey Cadillac needed a courtesy driver and David wanted to get back to work. The next fourteen years were a perfect match between the dealership and David. He made many new friends throughout those years. Most of those friends know him only as “Fergie”. In addition to his work with GM, husband to Carolyn, father to Kimmy and work in community, David was a Grand Master of the Masonic Lodge in Stone Mountain. His hobbies revolved around family, hard work, early morning walks, NASCAR, The Georgia Bulldogs and pleasant conversation with all lucky enough to encounter him throughout their day. Ferg inspired us with positive energy and kindness. His life was a blessing to many, including: his wife Carolyn, his daughter Kim Lindahl, his son-in-law Brian Lindahl, his grandchildren Michelle and Jason Lindahl and everyone he encountered throughout his days here. David's true legacy is that he presented all who were lucky enough to greet him with the joy of his bright smile and left them with his unbounded hope in their heart. A funeral service will be held Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 12:00 PM at the Wages & Sons Funeral Directors Stone Mountain Chapel. The family will receive friends from 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM of Tuesday at the funeral home.

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  1. Carolyn, Kim and Brian…

    Praying for you all and thinking of you during this difficult time. It’s terrible to say Goodbye to someone so close to your heart…but with faith and belief, we will see each other again.

    Much love, Rhonda Fugate

  2. My heart is broken and will always be with you Ms. Carolyn & Kim. Y’all have always been my family as long as I can remember. I am at a loss of words but never LOVE for y’all. What wonderful times we had Kim growing up with such wonderful parents. We are so blessed to be “their kids” always and forever. I love y’all, Darryl Alford

  3. So broken hearted for Carolyn, Kim and all who knew and loved this wonderful man I was blessed to “fellowship” many times with Fergie and family, moments I cherish. He’s calling he dawgs in heaven right now❤️❤️

  4. Another Angel has been called home to watch over his family and many friends who will miss him. Prayers and much love to Carolyn and Kim.

  5. GOD welcome another ANGEL home one that will surely be missed on this earth. My thoughts and prayers are with Carolyn,Kim & Brian…Just remember your not along…LOVE to my FRIENDS!!!

  6. dear kim, Carolyn,michelle,Jason and brian, I was sorry to read of david’s death in the obits. Christ said in the fourteenth chapter of john I go and prepare a place for you. if it where not so I would have told you so. david is with god and jesus now. having lost a mother, a sister and a wife in four years I truly understand the depth of what you are feeling today. god’s blessing to all of you. dr. fountain

  7. Revelation 21:4
     And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away

  8. Fergie was an uplifting person every time that I was fortunate enough to be with him. I’ve never met someone as nice, fun loving, and sincere as David Ferguson. We had many great times together along with his lovely wife Carolyn and daughter Kim. I treasure every moment and memory of my times with David as well as Carolyn and Kim.
    If I could model my life on someone, I’d love to have some David Ferguson in me.
    Love to Carolyn and Kim. Your Friend,
    Mike Harley

  9. Carolyn, Kim and Brian
    I am sorry for the pain and emptiness that you are feeling, during this difficult time. I pray that you will find peace and comfort with our Savior. I know that David is rejoicing with him now. There is no more suffering for David and we can praise God for that. The Hiott family loves yall and will continue to lift you up in prayer. We are here for anything that you may need.

  10. Dear. Carolyn and Family,
    We are so sorry to hear of Dave’s death,he was a Good Person and a Friend at Lakewood. I worked in Industrial Engineering and had a lots of dealing with Dave.
    May the Good Lord give you peace, love and contentment during these very difficult times.
    God loves you and we do too,
    Don and Mildred Jones

  11. Please accept my condolences for the loss of Mr. Ferguson. May the words Jesus spoke at John 11:25, promising a resurrection, provide comfort and hope at this difficult time. Warm Regards, Kay

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