OBITUARY

David William Borgens

July 14, 1963September 12, 2020

David William Borgens, 57, born July 14, 1963 in Oak Forest, IL, passed away September 12, 2020. He attended Cosmopolitan College Prep, graduating in 1981. David was a loving husband, father and family man who loved going to concerts and listening to music, working on cars, and spending time with his family. He worked his entire career as an auto body specialist, working his way up to manager. Dave was married to Mary Koch on October 3, 1992 in Illinois. He is survived by his beloved wife, Mary Borgens; sons, Tyler (Anissa) Borgens and Connor Borgens; parents, Frieda and William Borgens; his siblings, Joseph, Steve and Karl Borgens; his aunts Lucille Trostel and Christine Schmitt as well as his nieces and nephews, Jason Borgens, Kristin (Mike) Mikos, Kyle Borgens, Antoinette Borgens, Danielle Medina, MacKenzie Ruckman, Cole Ruckman, William Koch and Megan Koch. Arrangements entrusted to Mariposa Gardens Funeral Care (480) 830-4422

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Lucille Trostel

September 22, 2020

For my loving sister, Frieda.
I am so sorry for the loss of your loving son, David.
You gave him all the love you could while he was with us in body. That love never goes away and it is always with you in his spirit.
God will bless you and will get you through this sad time.
I love you very much
Your sister
Lucille

For Joe, Steve and Karl
I am deeply saddened for the loss of your brother and friend.
He will be sorely missed by all he loved and touched in life.
God Bless You
I Love you all
Aunt Lucille

Barb Kay

September 22, 2020

Hey Cuz,
Growing up with my two bros, you and Joe. Hanging out working on cars, camping , fishing, playing catch, backyard BBQ's, birthdays and holidays parties. Good times and Great Memories! Wow, didn't we have the Big Plans! The three amigos, me you and Joe, we were gonna buy an RV and travel across the US. Well, then we grow up and started our own families. Life took over and it was a good life. You married a wonderful woman in Mary, who you adored. And she adored you! You shared in love two wonderful sons, Tyler and Conner, who you and Mary raised to be loving, respectful young men. You were ever Devoted to your Mom Frieda, from whom you learned patience, endurance, love and gained strength through life hardest times. God Bless you and keep you safe.
Dave you will be missed by all your family and friends !!
Love your Cousin
Barb
P.S. Give a big hug to Grandma Jo , Uncle Bill ( my dad) and Bill for us. We know you are all watching over and protecting us!

Lucille Trostel

September 22, 2020

To Mary,
You were the best wife Dave could have had. You took good care of him that is why he was with us as long as he was. And we know that he is in the good Lords hands, getting the best care. God Bless you

To Tyler and Conner,
I love you both. I am sorry for the loss of your father. He was a good man and he loved you both very much. I know it will be hard but we will ALL get through it.
God Bless all your Family
Love Aunt Lucille

Jeannine Scheffler

September 22, 2020

Dear Mary, Tyler (Anissa) and Connor,
You must "believe" God needed an angel, like Dave in heaven...Dave earned his wings as he valiantly served giving God his best! Mary, you are an extraordinary example of a "true and loyal wife" and I can already envision Dave waiting at the gate with your "crown" in his hands. There is no better gift you and Dave could have given your children than to show them what it means to "walk in faith". Dave left God's earth a proud husband and father, and every heart his life touched feels blessed to have known him. Dave loved you all dearly and I pray, as you share in his memory, there will be more smiles than tears.
Peace & Love,
Jeannine Scheffler and family

JP Morrissey

September 21, 2020

What a sweet and wonderful man.
I hope every happy memory will always be a comfort to you and your family. So much love to you all!

Daniel Medina

September 21, 2020

A stand up gentleman and family man that became family to me over the years. You raised some wonderful young men. Always had a smile even during difficult times. Throwing the jokes left and right. You will be missed Dave.

Mike Blosser

September 21, 2020

Our good friend Dave - you are already so much missed. You have fought the good fight with so much grace and humility. And now you are free. God bless you Dave. I’ll miss your always welcoming smile and laugh. Your South Side lingo. Your positive outlook no matter what you were going through. It is an honor to know you and to call you “family”. You are in a better place now... the BEST place. So please say hello to all of our friends and relative there and put in a good word for me! We love you, brother!

Willie Cox

September 20, 2020

I’m so thankful for the time I got to spend with Dave in my years living here in AZ. Whether it was something as little as just hanging on the couch or a night out at the Guns and Roses concert, I always enjoyed my time with him. Although some days were better than others, it didn’t matter, Dave was always a gracious host with a smile on his face. He was always there for me as a family member new to the state and was always there to assist me with any situation. Even if it took all of his strength and involved getting a bit dirty (brake job on my car) he was still there. Regardless the memory, I’ll always cherish the time. Rest easy Dave.

Willie Cox

Renee Kaleel

September 20, 2020

Dear Mary, Tyler & Annissa, and Connor,
Our deepest sympathy to all of you. Dave is no longer suffering and may he now rest in eternal happiness. You were all a such a beautiful blessing in his life. Our love and prayers to all of you!! RIP Dave!! Hugs and much love, Mark & Renee

Patrick Carroll

September 20, 2020

Mary, Tyler and Connor:
No words can help with the pain and suffering of your loss. Know we are praying for you and with you! Dave was always a quiet and steady loving man. Always willing to listen and teach. I learned so much about the auto collision industry from Dave. I’ll always remember and hold close to me his grace under pressure examples he lived in his professional career but more Importantly in his personal life. Dave your smile, quick wit and humor will forever be missed.

All our Love,
Pat and Valarie Carroll

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