David Gregory Kagan

May 28, 1973January 12, 2023
Obituary of David Gregory Kagan
A Celebration of Life Service for David will be held on February 4, 2023 at 11:00am at Sugar Creek Baptist Church Chapel, 13213 Southwest Freeway, Sugar Land, Texas 77478. David Gregory Kagan, age 49, entered God’s Kingdom on January 12, 2023 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. He was born May 28, 1973 in Johannesburg, South Africa. He and his family immigrated to the United States in 1979. David was a loving father to his daughter Gabriella Kagan, grandfather to Penelope Gonzalez and son to his mother, Lorraine Kagan. He is survived by his sisters Tracy Neal and husband Gary, and Natalie Blasingame; nieces Courtney Koepke, Lauren Strandhagen and Madeleine Blasingame; Jackelinne Villalobos and the Villalobos family; cousins Philip Rudolph, Cindy Moore and Christy Spivey; and his beloved dogs Bella and Hunter. David was predeceased by his father Harold Kagan. David was blessed to have many friends whom he had known since childhood and gathered along life’s road. David was founder and owner of Texas Central Air for many years before the business was sold. During that time, he also created DGK Race Engineering in which he designed his own Racing Shocks System as a specialty line with Penske. He also had a seat on the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. David was a man that was unconventionally successful, extremely intelligent and incredibly motivated. He was always absorbing more knowledge in whatever industry he was pursuing. When not working, David loved motor bikes, mountain bikes and race cars. His love of racing came at a young age and was his true passion – to always go faster. His love of race cars led him to study Race Engineering through the University of Leicester in the UK. He loved extreme sports and tried most of them at least once in a quest for new experiences. Over the years David developed many close friendships while enjoying the sports he loved. He was a loyal friend and was always willing to lend a hand to those in need. As he had so often said, “What have you done for your fellow man?” We will always remember him for being a God–fearing and loving man. He tried to be his best version of himself every day and live through the Word of God. He was loyal, loving, warm, and tough as nails at the same time. He never met a stranger and was always there for those in need. He loved and adored his family, friends, and anyone in between. He will forever be in our hearts, and we know he is in Heaven watching over us. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Kagan family.

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