David Caviness

David Thomas Caviness

April 12, 1973 - June 17, 2020

David Thomas Caviness, age 47, of Frisco, Texas, passed away on Wednesday, June 17, 2020.  He was born on April 12, 1973, in Dallas, Texas, to Marie Lee (Atchley) and William L. Caviness.  David married Laura Ashley McCracken late in life  and they were blessed with a son Clayton Caviness.  He was vastly knowledgeable in coins and currency and  was self-employed in the numismatics business. He not only sold coins and currency but he took pride in spreading his knowledge and turned people to coin collecting. He loved searching for buried treasures while metal detecting. You could find him watching endless hours of historical documentaries. David loved to talk to people any hour of the day or night.  If you were in need he was always one to help out. David will be greatly missed by all those who knew and loved him.

David is survived by his beloved Sugarbear (wife), Laura Ashley McCracken and his precious butterbean (son), Clayton Thomas Caviness.

He is preceded in death by his parents, William and Marie Caviness.

A visitation will be held at Berkshire Chapel, 9073 Berkshire Drive, Frisco, Texas, 75033, on Saturday, June 27, 2020, from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m.

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Hello Ashley and Clayton, I’m sorry for your loss. I know that Dave will be greatly missed. We lived next door and all became good friends. I know I wasn’t around a lot. My grandchildren were teenagers and my mother was having health issues. I will try to be a better friend to Ashley and Clayton. I’ve never lost a spouse and I’m sure you are hurting. You have my number so call me anytime you need to talk. I’m proud to say I knew Dave. We always had good debates on music and other things. I love you guys. Love Glenda Glenda Mantooth, June 23, 2020 Wow Buddy, I can't believe you're gone. I just know you're doing the coin thing from up above and talking up a storm. I helped you get started and you blew this hobby away and did very well for yourself. It was an honor to know you my friend. Rest easy, so long, I won't forget you.
David Decker, June 23, 2020 I will miss his laugh and his funny auctions, great person, I will miss him.
John Barton, June 23, 2020 God Speed David David Walsh, June 23, 2020 I remember a few times during her Facebook live auctions I would say a joke and get him laughing. His laugh was so genuine and contagious. I will miss him and his amazing heart and personality very much. My love goes out to all his family and friends.
Michael Pompili, June 23, 2020 David taught me many things about silver coins and helped me with my collection. I enjoyed doing his live auctions. I'm sad to see a great man leave so early. Prayers to his family.
Adan molina, June 23, 2020 RIP brother, going to miss that voice on auction nights. Rick Smith, June 23, 2020 Dave, You’ve made such a big impact in my life by teaching me a lot of what I know about coins. I’m so sorry you had to go this soon. It breaks my heart. Fly high. Godspeed brother. Until we meet again.
Robert machado , June 23, 2020 Thank you for your guidance on American coins and money. You taught me so much. Rip my good man. You will be dearly missed. Your Canadian friend. William Gerula, June 23, 2020 I only knew David for a few months, but met him through friends, got into his coin auctions, very nice and amazing person, he was very informative on things, and would speak to me on the phone when I needed to talk to someone, a true friend, sorry you are gone buddy, you always will be with us!! God bless you and your family!! Brett James , June 23, 2020