David Carmack's vision was to own and operate a cigar shop creating a wonderful atmosphere where folks can come together and buy cigars and pipes and enjoy the company of friends and acquaintances in his shop. His vision became reality as he and his son, Jeff opened Carmack's Cigar Shop in 1998. Throughout his 14 years in the shop, he and his son grew the shop to be one of the best cigar shops in Indiana filled with a wonderful customer base which enjoyed a wide variety of premium cigars as well as attending many cigar events sponsored by the shop. His attention to detail in running the business with high standards coupled with his genuine compassion and kindness towards all customers made Carmack's a landmark business in the cigar industry.
David L. Carmack, 68, Noblesville, formerly of Anderson, passed away November 9, 2012, at Riverview Hospital in Noblesville.
He was born November 4, 1944, in Anderson, the son of Clyde and Anna Lucille (Ashburn) Carmack. He was a 1964 graduate of Madison Heights High School and a member of 91st Street Christian Church in Indianapolis. David retired in 1995 from General Motors after 32 years.
David is survived by two sons, Jeffery Carmack of Fishers and Jason (wife, Jill) Carmack of Houston, TX; four grandchildren, Presley Carmack, Chesney Carmack, Morgan Olson and Dillon Olson; one brother, Jim (wife, Jeanie) Carmack of Gainesville, GA; two nephew and one niece, Chris Carmack of Gainesville, GA and Larry Lee Carmack and Tracey Vogen both of Chicago.
He was preceded in death by his parents; one son, Jame Carmack Malsom; a brother and sister, Larry Carmack and Clydean Wilson.
He is missed every day by family and customers alike, but his memory and his legacy of Carmack's Cigar Shop lives on with his son Jeff and the staff that run the shop.
From Jeff Carmackl, today, November 9, 2016:
4 years ago today, I got the 1am call from the hospital that you never want to get. His birthday was the 4th and his passing on the 9th, makes it a tough week for those who loved you. All the alcohol in the world doesn't numb the pain. I thought it would get easier, but it only gets harder. I miss my best friend,and I love you very much. Please watch over us. I'm in TN where we took our last trip.