Waterville-With such sadness our hearts weigh heavy as we mourn the loss of a beautiful, kind soul. On October 4, 2015 David E. DuBois, 43, from Waterville Maine passed away unexpectedly from a tragic motor vehicle accident in West Forks, Maine. David was born in Waterville on December 17, 1971. From that moment on, he brought joy into the lives of all who knew him, especially his mother and father. As a child he excelled in ice hockey and passed this love and talent onto his son Thorn, the light of his life. David loved riding BMX bikes as a child and his motorcycle as an adult. Throughout his life he grew to love fishing and hunting. His grandparents land in Unity and their camp on Brassua Lake in Rockwood, where he would fish and hunt, were very dear to his heart. Above all was David's love for his son Thorn. Every minute with Thorn was a precious gift. Trips to Disney, Six Flag's, hockey tournaments and many fishing adventures were highlights of their time together. David loved playing bingo and going to the casino with hopes of winning it BIG. As a young adult he worked at Huhtamaki and as a massage therapist. David's faith was very important to him. He felt at peace while going to church or spending time at the Blessed Sacrament. David is survived by his Mother and Father, Annette and Lawrence DuBois, his sisters and their husbands, Julie and Gary King and Sherry and Jody Pelotte, his nieces Keira King and Annalisa Pelotte, his nephews, Ryan King and Tanner Pelotte, many aunts and uncles, cousins, many friends and his best friend, his son, Thorn. He is predeceased by his grandparents Juliette and Wilfred Quirion and Anita and Edward DuBois. There will be no visiting hours. A mass to celebrate David's life will be held at St John the Baptist Church, 26 Monument St. in Winslow on Saturday, October 10, 2015 at 11:00 am. In lieu of flowers, please send any gifts or donations made out to Winslow Federal Credit Union on behalf of the David DuBois memorial fund for his son, Thorn.