David E. Hogan, Sr, 42, of DeLand, passed away on October 2 at his home. A native of Orlando, he has been a lifelong resident of central Florida. David was a truck driver and heavy equipment operator. While he enjoyed being outdoors, his passion was his family, whether spending quiet time at home or attending his son’s football game, spending time with and enjoying his family was his number one priority.
David leaves behind to cherish his memory, his loving wife of 16 years, Christine, his beloved children Magie and David, Jr., father Rene Hogan, his mother and step father, Tink and Ed Bayton and his brother Tim Hogan.
David’s family will celebrate his life with a service on Friday starting at 4:00 pm at the Baldwin Brothers Funeral Home, 620 Dunlawton Avenue, Port Orange and on Saturday, from 4pm-8pm at 4001 Tuskawilla Rd South, Oviedo,FL 32765. You are invited to share your memories with the family at www.baldwincremation.com.
620 Dunlawton Avenue, Port Orange, Florida 32127
mom and David
I wish you had been here physically Friday and last night as over 150 collectively came together to celebrate you and share how you had so tenderly and greatly touched each of them.
There is no greater loss than I have just experienced.
There is no greater reason to celebrate than knowing you made a decision 26 years ago that allows me the peace to know Jesus was waiting with open arms and said..."well done my son, welcome home".
My soul is well and my heart is broken, love mom.
Ill never forget when David, Brian, and I finally were allowed to ride our bikes to school (Ranchland Christian) in first or second grade! we all thought we were so much older since we rode our bikes to school. David was one of the main reasons I started liking my favorite teams, the Green Bay Packers!!! We played on the same baseball teams a few seasons. I will always remember us playing Gi Joe and Transformers. Christmas Day and days after I would bring some toys to his house and we all played all day.
I still have my Gi Joe figure (Dusty) when Miss Tink took Tim, David, my brother and I to Toys R Us in Altamonte. I told David I didn't have any money because my brother and I were staying with them for the day and he said Chris, I know my Mom will buy you a GI Joe. I tried to stay home because I did not want to ask. David went into the other room to talk to Miss Tink. Miss Tink said, "David talked to me and your going to Toys R Us with us" David and I got a Gi Joe figure that day. David attended many of my birthday parties, as I did his. We had such a great time all those years growing up. RIP my friend. You wear that cheesehead in Heaven and get some new Packer fans! You will be missed
We are so sorry for your loss and Our family’s loss. I can remember playing with David when we were little. We’d have so much fun building little people neighborhoods. He was always funny and made me laugh!
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and we wish we could be there!
Tink, Ed and Hogie,
Love to you through this tragic loss. We ache for you! ❤️
Love to all of you!
Nanci, Walker and Maddee Burt
Sending Love ❤️