David Boston Crain age 38 of Upton passed away Saturday night, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident on Hwy. 1140 in Upton. The family takes great comfort in knowing that David was saved by God’s grace at Dorsey’s Chapel Missionary Baptist in Hardin County in 2000 and he later joined Bolton Schoolhouse Missionary Baptist Church.
He was preceded in death by a brother Brandon Crain
David is survived by his wife Sue Ann
One son-James Crain and one daughter -Hannah Crain both of Upton
Father-Timmy Boston of Edmonton
Mother-Reba Dile of Hodgenville
One brother-Kerry Crain of Munfordville
One sister-Vanessa Moldon & hus. Tommy of Horse Cave
Five half-brothers-Brian Boston of Center, Kyle Boston of Edmonton, Chris England of Knob Lick,
Craig Boston of Knob Lick & Jacob Garmon of Center
Five half-sisters-Abigail Fernandez of CA, Brittany Coffey of Knob Lick, Heather Boston of Edmonton,
Megan Boston of Edmonton & Leann Boston of Edmonton
Funeral services for David Crain will be 1pm Wednesday, Nov. 14 in the chapel of Sego Funeral Home with burial in the Copelin Valley Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday from 11am-8pm and will continue after 8am Wednesday at the Sego Funeral Home. The family ask that contributions be given for funeral expenses.
Munfordville, KY ( November 11, 2018)- On Saturday, November 10th at 5:46 PM (CST) the Kentucky State Police Post 3, Bowling Green received a call for service in reference to a single vehicle injury collision. The collision had occurred near 11801 Raider Hollow Road in Hart County. Trooper Anthony Harrison responded to the collision, along with other KSP personnel.
A preliminary investigation has revealed that David Crain (38) of Horse Cave was operating a Ford Ranger pickup when the pickup left the right shoulder of the roadway striking a tree coming to final rest. Crain was transported to Caverna Medical Center Hospital where he succumbed to injuries sustained in the collision at 7:07 PM (CST.)
The investigation continues and is currently being led by Trooper Anthony Harrison. Trooper Harrison was assisted on scene by Air Evac medical helicopter, Hart County EMS, Priceville Fire Department, Bonnieville Fire Department, Hart Sheriff’s Department, Hart County Coroner’s Office, and other KSP personnel. No further information is available for release at this time.