David J. D'Agostin
1951 - 2020
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David J. D'Agostin, 69, of Henderson, Nevada, passed away Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, after a courageous battle with cancer. David was born June 17, 1951 in Rockford, IL, the son of Edward and Rose (Grazioli) D'Agostin. He graduated from Guilford High School and studied accounting in college. He proudly owned and operated D'Agostin Distributing Company, having grown up working alongside his father, Edward, in the family business that was founded by his grandfather, William D'Agostin. David had the uncanny ability to spot trends and introduced the Rockford area to many craft and international beers, along with beverages like Arizona Iced Tea. David retired to Nevada after selling the family business. He loved baseball and attended games whenever he could, and enjoyed watching football and sports. He also enjoyed listening to music, especially jazz and playing a good game of craps. Most of all, he enjoyed spending time with family and friends. David always had a smile on his face and was full of energy and vibrance. He spread a positive outlook and humor to everyone that he encountered. He will be missed dearly by all who knew him. David is survived by his daughter, Tina D'Agostin (Junie Dinda); Brother, Edward D'Agostin (Nancy); Sister, Barbara VeNard (James); Nieces, Melissa and Mary D'Agostin; Nephews, Bill D'Agostin and Justin VeNard (Shannon); and many cousins and extended family. David was predeceased by his parents, Edward and Rose D'Agostin; Grandparents William D'Agostin and Barbara (Paluzzi), Grigori Grazoli and Bettina (Corirossi); Uncles Ernie (Marie) and Joe (Almeta) Grazioli, Gene Salvatori, Harry (Jean) and Frank (Mary) D'Agostin; and Aunt Noreen Kabisch Brown. His daughter is eternally grateful to the Nathan Adelson Hospice nurses and staff for the care and compassion that David received. In lieu of sending flowers, the family asks that you make a donation in David's memory at Nathan Adelson Hospice, in Las Vegas, Nevada.

David will be buried alongside his parents in Rockford, IL at the Calvary Cemetery. There will be no services at this time due to Covid. A celebration of life will be scheduled at a later date. For friends or family who want to share a memory or condolence please visit: olsonfh.com.

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Published in Las Vegas Review-Journal on Nov. 15, 2020.
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November 18, 2020
I'm so sorry for the loss of my wonderful cousin David. Dave always had a beautiful smile on his face and a positive attitude. I love and miss you.
Renee Mancuso
Family
November 17, 2020
I rented the apartment above "Steady Eddie" for several years before I went to college. I went to high school with both Dave and Ed. I even delivered for the business before I went to school. There are a lot of memories. Dave was a really good guy and I'm sure he will be missed by many.
Franki Anast
Friend
November 17, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will miss you. I knew David when I worked at One Stop Pharmacy.





Diana Milburn
Friend
November 14, 2020
One of the greatest guys I ever met in the liquor business. Between
him and his father Eddie, what a great legacy they left.
Davey J and Sherry Flynn
Friend
November 14, 2020
What a great guy David was ... I knew him from many years in the Liquor Business Rest in Peace David
John Leggero Venice Florida
Friend
November 14, 2020
Rest in peace David. Our thoughts and Prayers are with the family.Worked with the family many years as sales & driver with steady Eddie. Wednesday was always a fun day for check out after Eddie was in Belvidere. David was fun to watch grow up. Till we meet again.
Jim Hedlund The Villages FL.
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