David Wayne Moaney, 58, affectionately known as “Dae-Dae” transitioned to his eternal rest at University Shore Medical Center at Easton. David was born September 18, 1962 in Easton Md to Roland Freeman and the late Phyliss Moaney.
David attended the public schools of Talbot County. He was a member of Emmanuel Deliverance Center under the leadership of Apostle Juanita Wharton-Church, whom he loved dearly.
David had a real passion for cooking. He worked at various restaurant in his lifetime: Chambers, Washington St. Pub, Lattitute, and Dennys, just to name a few. To hear him talk, he was the best cook the Eastern Shore had to offer. If you sampled his delicacies, you would agree. Seafood Lasagna, Oyster Rockefeller, Crab imperial, soups and sauces were his specialties, and if you knew David everything had a hint of garlic in it. You could not tell him he was not a Master Chef, “Trust and believe me” as only he would say.
David is truly going to be missed. He was the life of any and every party. Family was so important to him, he loved with his whole heart. Any holiday that came up he wanted to know what the family had planned. He just loved family and friends getting together having a good time.
In addition to his mother, David was preceded in death by his stepfather, Noah Landman; his maternal grandparents, Ruth and Wade Bivens; paternal grandparents, Margaret and Frisby Freeman; 4 uncles: Frisby Freeman, Oliver Freeman, William Freeman, Vernon Freeman, a special lady he called Mom Libby, and a host of great aunts and uncles.
David leaves to cherish fond memories to his father Roland Freeman (Betty); stepfather, Francis Allen; sisters: Brenda Landman, Tina Griffin (William) and Odessa Roberson; a cousin who was raised with him as a sister, Gloria Bivens; one uncle Tony Freeman (Inez); 5 aunts: Catherine Jones ,Joyce Jones (Harry), Ellen Jenkins, Alice Blake, and Stella Bivens; 2 great aunts: Tissier Moaney and Marian Bivens; a niece, Tia Landman-Batson; a nephew and godson, Jamiere Landman; goddaughters: Petra Davis, and Myisha Flannary; 2 cousins that he shared a special bond with: Rosalind Wilson and Brenda Henry; special and close friends: Bonita Gibson, Drucilla Barnett, Myra Flannary and Malik Wilson, and a host of cousins, family and friends whom he loved dearly.