Celebration Of Life May 13 For Desmond Allen LaMotte

Posted By on April 26, 2017

Courtesy of the family of Desmond Allen LaMotte

Desmond Allen LaMotte

October 8, 1947 – January 17, 2017

Desmond LaMotte

Desmond Allen LaMotte, 69, resident of Carson City, peacefully and unexpectedly passed away with his loving family by his side on January 17.

A private burial was held according to his wishes at Eastside Memorial Cemetery in Minden.

He was born in Inglewood, California on October 8, 1947 to Edward and Nellie LaMotte. He spent most of his life in the South Bay of California with his brothers Eddie and David and sister JoEllen. He graduated from South High School in 1965. He started a successful business with his father in 1969 which moved to Carson City in 1991. There he also worked with his brother, sister and nephew.

Des is survived by his daughters Dayna and Debi, his son Aaron and his granddaughter Cassidy, who lit up his life.

Des was generous to a fault with everyone. He was a beloved father and a great friend. He cherished his dog Rocky. He loved to laugh, enjoyed the party, and did life his way. He will be very much missed by all who loved him.

A special thanks to the staff in critical care at Carson Tahoe Regional who helped us through this difficult time. The family has planned a Celebration of Life for Des on Saturday, May 13 2017.

All are welcome to join at Eastside Memorial Park 1600 Buckeye Road Minden, NV 89423 from 1-1:45 for an optional toast followed by a Celebration of Life at the Carson Valley Inn 1627 Hwy 395 N. Minden, NV 89423 from 2:00-4:00pm.

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