Charles David Doyel
1944 - 2020
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Born 1/1/44 to Matthew and Eileen Doyel. Resident of Las Vegas and former pastor of Twin Lakes Baptist Church died July 3, 2020. David graduated from Boulder City High in 1962, graduated from CBC with his BA in 1968 and completed Seminary at Southern Baptist Seminary in TX. In 1969 he pastored the First Baptist Church of Gage, OK. Then, in 1972 he became the pastor at First Southern Baptist Church in Dodge City, KS. After 13 years he then became the pastor of Twin Lakes Baptist Church in Las Vegas, NV. During which he helped plant First Baptist Church of the Lakes. He retired from ministry in 1994 and continued to own a Barber shop until 2017.

David Doyel was preceded in death by his parents, brother James, and son Nathanial. He is survived by brothers, Bill and Joe and five children; Nataysha, Eustasha, Anastasia, David, and Micah as well as nine grandchildren. Services will be held Monday, August 3, 2020, 2pm, at First Baptist Church of the Lakes, 9125 Spring Mountain Rd., Las Vegas, NV, 89117,

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 26, 2020.
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July 30, 2020
Brother David was my pastor and friend, who was instrumental in changing my life by mentoring me and coming alongside of me since 1983. Out of respect and love for him, I always addressed him as Brother David, because of the spiritual impact he had on my life. As a friend, he never left me or forsook me, even during the dark times of my life, and I reciprocated that as a friend.

He was the best friend I have ever had, and I thank Davy for allowing me the time to speak to him a few weeks before he passed away. As usual, the conversation was about Christ. My condolences to the family.

With love for my brother, who is now with Christ,

Bob Crigger
Bob Crigger
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July 28, 2020
During the mid-80s, David was my friend, mentor, teacher and pastor. Through him, I learned of, and came to embrace, Reformed theology. He was an extremely well-educated and skilled preacher. Twin Lakes BC set a high standard for worship, education and visitation, and many in Las Vegas were evangelized. I believe that that legacy continues today at Twin Lakes. Condolences to each member of his family. Henry Flatt
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