A MESSAGE FROM THE FAMILY

In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks that you consider a donation in David’s name to The First Tee, by visiting, www.thefirsttee.org
OBITUARY

David Lee Druhot

May 30, 1942April 14, 2019
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Mr. David Lee Druhot, age 76, of Marietta, Georgia, passed away on April 14, 2019. He was born in Napoleon, Ohio to Joseph & Marie Druhot. He graduated from Adrian College with a bachelor’s degree in business. While at Adrian, he proudly served as brother in ATO fraternity. During his years at Adrian, he met the love of his life, his wife, Kathleen. Mr. Druhot is retired from Equifax as a Vice President. He was very proud of the Malcolm Baldridge Examiner status attained at Equifax. In his spare time, he enjoyed fishing and golfing. He excelled in golf, even making three hole in ones. He was a devoted husband, loving father and doting grandfather who loved spending time with his family. He is survived by his wife of 54 years, Kathleen Ann Druhot; two sons, Todd (Ferrell) Druhot and Troy Druhot; and five grandchildren, Chris (Caro), Tyler (Andrea), Megan, Kalyn, and Max; and a sister, Karen Druhot. The family will receive guests at H.M. Patterson & Son – Canton Hill Chapel on Thursday, April 18, 2019 between the hours of 6:00pm and 8:00pm. In lieu of flowers, the family kindly asks that you consider a donation in David’s name to The First Tee, by visiting, www.thefirsttee.org

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, April 18, 2019
REMEMBERING

David Lee Druhot

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David Smith

April 20, 2019

Kathy
Sorry to hear about the death of David. Really enjoyed the video from some of your life experiences. He was a great upperclassman to we younger folks. By the pictures he was one of the few to maintain his college physical stature. We always kidded him about his long arms and how he had such an advantage. You and he have created many wonderful memories with family and that is a great legacy.

David Smith
ATO Class of 1965
Dallas, Texas

Don Lucas

April 19, 2019

Kathy, so sorry to see this news. We will keep you and your family in our prayers.
Unfortunately, time and distance create large gaps between family members.
Dave was a true brother to us all at the ATO house. We will always remember him.
May GOD bless your family

Rachel Scott

April 19, 2019

Dave was a good man!! He loved his family big!! ❤️
You two were meant to be together and you will be again. Just not at exactly the same time but look at what you two have given to this world. Such amazing kids and grandchildren!!❤️
They will do great things for our society. You both should be so proud. What a legacy 😍😍

Kathy and I have taught together at Ford and Vaughan What a great team we had. Dave was her husband and life partner. He always understood our need as women for our annual beach trips and many craft fair adventures (Even if we had to carry Beth’s purchases 😜)
Dave, Rest In Peace until Kathy sees you again and we promise to keep her busy and enjoying those little excursions. ♥️

Vicki Williams

April 18, 2019

I worked with Cathy at Mountain View for years and we became great friends. I got to know Dave and shared many fun times at their house and pool. Dave was always so funny. He loved to tease me and would often say, “Tell us how you really feel.” (as I was always one to be assertive and speak my mind).
He would always say, “Don’t be a stranger,” always letting me know I was welcome in their home anytime. I regret that I did not keep up the visits and relationship, as I transferred to Forsyth Co. schools and just made my life there. I will always remember Dave’s smile and quick wit. I know he was Cathy’s world. He will be missed by everyone.

William Reel

April 15, 2019

Terry and I send our deepest sympathies to Kathy and the entire Druhot family. There are so very many fond memories of our years of rooming together in the ATO House at Adrian and the many business courses we attended together. Dave was always a great detail person and his class notes were always more thorough than mine, fortunately he didn’t mind sharing. He was very much at home on the basketball court where he excelled. We reconnected several times in recent years with the Druhots at the ATO Reunion here in Bonita Springs, FL. The Druhots were a major hit as they brought some of the best cheese any of us have ever tasted. With Jerry and Juanita Bowen, we also met at St. Armand’s Circle in Sarasota, FL for a mini-reunion a few years later. Dave will be missed and fondly remembered by all of the ATO brothers and by all who knew him.

Jon and Pam Wetherbee

April 15, 2019

Pam and I stopped and visited Dave and Kathy perhaps five years ago. How nice to reconnect with a friend from decades before. I thank Dave for his friendship and support during our college years. And thank you for your continued support of our fraternity. Our condolences to the Druhot family.

Russ Wert

April 15, 2019

Have such great memories of Dave and our time together at Adrian and in ATO. Playing basketball, volleyball- going out to Pizza Pete’s after meetings for “great” pizza. Dave was a fine man, a great friend, a wonderful father and grandfather and will be missed by many. Sending our payers for all of you.