David J. Simard, 32, of Lowell, formerly of Tyngsboro passed away unexpectedly on Sunday, May 3, 2020.
Born on February 26, 1988 in Lowell, he was the son of the late Patricia (Ball) Simard and David A. Simard & his wife Carmen Mercado of Dracut who survive him.
David grew up in Tyngsboro and graduated from Greater Lowell Technical High School in 2006. After graduation David worked as an electrician, but he was most recently employed as a bartender which suited his upbeat attitude and friendly personality.
In his youth David played Little League baseball for the Cubs. His family's fondest memories of those times were when his team won the league championship. David played shortstop and had pitched in that game, he was named MVP of the championship game.
David enjoyed training at the gym and took great pride in his strength and physical fitness. David looked forward to outdoor activities, especially fishing and spending time at the beach. Most of all, he loved spending time with his family and enjoyed being around his loved ones. David's family will remember him for his sense of humor, loving nature, and how strong of a person he was. David was a young man with so many aspirations, and so much energy and life, he will be missed tremendously by his family and close friends.
David is survived by his father and stepmother, David and Carmen; his brother's Matthew and Joseph Simard; his sister Jamie Simard; stepbrother Eric Mercado; his maternal grandmother Eleanor Ball; aunts and uncles Cheryl Maahs, John Simard, Michael Ball and James Ball; his God-daughter Rose Simard; many nieces, nephews, cousins and distant family members in Maine. David was pre-deceased by his mother, Patricia (Ball) Simard, and his grandparents Omer Ball, Roger Simard, Gloria Emery and Reginald Emery.
Due to the current gathering restrictions, funeral services for David will be held privately