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David Anthony Bush
September 3, 1994 - September 5, 2016
Service Date: September 15, 2016
Funeral Home R. N. Horton Co. Morticians, Inc.
Interment Heritage Memorial Cemetery
Church Berean Baptist Church
Thursday (9/15): Visitation – 10AM; Funeral Service – 11AM, Berean Baptist Church
Burial – after the service, Heritage Memorial Cemetery
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Mr. David Anthony Bush, son of David Allen and Margaret (Terri) Hinson Bush, was born September 3, 1994 in Clinton, Maryland. He attended public schools in Maryland, Washington State, and Georgia, and was a graduate of Chapel Hill High School in Douglasville, Georgia.
He matriculated for three years at Kennesaw State University (KSU), Kennesaw, Georgia as a Business Marketing major. While attending KSU he found his passion for business opportunities and became a “serial entrepreneur” working on many concepts to expand his love of being in business.
As a freshman, he became a member of the international business club “Enactus” that inspires students to form business models. Because of his affiliation with Enactus he created, Boardlife which is a club for skate and long boarders. In 2014 he founded and developed Eyecon Forever, LLC, a retail business that promotes excellence in oneself. As an example of his brand, in 2015 he traveled worldwide as a speaker promoting to his audiences the art of doing and being true to yourself. He did not stop at Eyecon Forever, he received his Real Estate license in 2016. His Eyecon Forever business, started to get high recognition in Georgia and globally.
On Monday, September 5, 2016, David left this world as a shining example to his friends, family and anyone who came into his light.
His light will forever shine for his devoted parents, David and Margaret; His loving brother Dale; grandparents, Jacqueline Miller, Evelyn Hinson Stephens (Ralph); His uncle and confidant, Lamar Hinson (Shannon); His Aunt and traveling companion Rosemary Botsio; and a host of other relatives that he loved who are too numerous to name.