It is with great sorrow that the family of David Mansor of York ME announces his unexpected passing on April 22, 2020 at age 68 from the COVID virus at Portsmouth Regional Hospital. He was born in Lawrence MA to the late George and Agnes Mansor and grew up in Methuen MA. Dave was an avid baseball and basketball player in the youth leagues and attended Tenney High. He was a produce manager for Kealey Farms and Hannaford supermarkets, with an unmatched work ethic for 44 years. In the year 2000 he joined his wife Debby as head baker and CEO of Creative Cakes by Debby. Committed to offering the best, customer satisfaction was always Dave’s top priority. Along with running the business, Dave was a baseball umpire and basketball referee for the city of Nashua for over 30 years. Always the teaching official, Dave instilled sportsmanship and a passion for the game impacting many youngster’s lives. He was truly loved by every player, parent and coach; one of the nicest and most standup guys you could ever meet. In 2016, Dave and Deb sold their business and retired to York ME fulfilling their dream to live by the ocean. Besides spending time with family and friends, they enjoyed traveling, fitness, and morning walks along Long Sands beach. He was active at St. Christopher’s Church and volunteered for several organizations in the community. He touched many lives with his thoughtfulness and kindness, living life to the fullest. He leaves behind his loving wife Debby of 32 years. He is survived by his daughters and sons in law, Jennifer and Christian Poulin of Auburn NH; Kristin and James Paquette of Hudson NH; and son David Jr. of Fort Collins CO; grandson Jason Canfield and great grandson Christian Canfield; sister Susan Mansor of Candia NH; sisters and brothers in law; Jude and Bill Platko of St. Augustine FL; Maryjane and Ray Richard of Madiera Beach FL; and brother and sister in law Bud and Jeannette Mansor of Coral Springs FL. He also leaves behind mother in law Rita Alcox of Nashua NH; father in law Walter Alcox of Homosassa FL; brothers and sisters in law Allan and Debra Alcox of Park City UT; David and Chantal Alcox of Milford NH; and many nieces and nephews. Because of restrictions due to the virus, funeral arrangements provided by Lucas and Eaton Funeral Home for Dave will be postponed until they are safe to be held at a later date. For those who wish, memorial contributions in Dave ‘s name may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital or St. Christopher’s Church, 4 Barrell Lane, York ME 03909.
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