OBITUARY

David Lee Hoover

October 20, 1948July 6, 2021

David Lee Hoover died suddenly July 6, 2021 from complications after a fall. He was born October 20, 1948 to Albert and Beverly (Mael) Hoover. He served four years in the U.S. Air Force, followed by 48 years in the telecommunications industry. He is survived by his beloved wife of 45 years, Shirley Hoover, brother, Mark (Deborah) of Arizona and many other family and friends who loved him. He was preceded in death by his sister, Marilyn Whittaker. Per his request, cremation has taken place and no services are planned. Contributions in David’s name may be made to silentblessings.org

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Marlene & Denny Bongard

July 15, 2021

So sorry to hear about David. What a fun and great neighbor we had in him and Shirley.

jerry garner

July 11, 2021

Mark I’m so sorry to hear about David’s passing. Prayers for you and your family.

Rosalie Parmelee

July 10, 2021

A great loss. I loved sharing geneaology info with David.

Luke Koenigsknecht

July 9, 2021

I had the good fortune of working with David for several years. He was very knowledgeable in his field and worked with integrity and dedication. It was a pleasure to know David both as a colleague in the office and as a friend at social gatherings with our mutual friends We will miss him dearly.

Luke and Susie Koenigsknecht

Joyce Savage

July 9, 2021

I've known Dave since grade school. He was a wonderful person. I'm so very sorry for you and your family Shirley.
Joyce Newton Savage

Charles Walker

July 9, 2021

David and I became friends when he spent the last few years of his career with Farm Bureau in Lansing, MI. We worked in the same division for awhile and had the same managers which we had a lot of fun keeping them on their toes:) After we both retired we continued meeting for an occasional lunch or breakfast including our spouses and yes our Manager Luke. David and Shirley both had a great sense of humor and it wasn't difficult to make fun of ourselves. I was totally unprepared when I got the news. My wife Darline and I send our condolences to Shirley and Family, I will sorely miss the meals and laughter. Forever in our memories of a wonderful person.
Charles and Darline Walker

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