Baldwin-Fairchild Winter Garden Funeral Home

428 E Plant ST, Winter Garden, FL


Chance Austin DuVall

August 13, 1995February 11, 2020

Chance Austin DuVall, 24, of Winter Garden, passed away February 11, 2020. He was born in Leesburg, FL on August 13, 1995. Chance graduated from West Orange High School. He was engaged to Heather Carter and worked at F&H Contractors as an underground foreman. Chance lived life to the fullest, minute by minute. Fishing, hunting, baseball, being a Dad and big brother. He mastered it all in a short amount of time. Chance never met a stranger. He is survived by his son, Cason Wyatt DuVall; parents, Tad (Tracy) DuVall and Tish (Chet) Waters; brothers and sisters, Courtney DuVall, Tucker DuVall, Jarrett Hatcher, Jada Hatcher, Skyler Waters, Georgia Waters and numerous Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles and cousins.

A Celebration of Life will be held at the Pines of Windermere (3409 Maguire Rd., Windermere, FL 34786) on Sunday, March 1st from 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, please help support Heather and Cason by donating to their GoFundMe page at https://www.gofundme.com. Search for Chance's name and that will bring up their page on the GoFundMe site.


1 March

Celebration of Life Service

12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Pines of Windermere

3409 Maguire Road
Windermere, FL 34786


Chance Austin DuVall

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Donald Watson

February 23, 2020

Chance, I was saddened when I heard about what happened. I haven’t known you as long as some of the other people in your life but I will say I’m glad I did have the chance to meet you. We had some decent late nights and some at work when we had new guys slamming sledge hammers in the ground trying to find unground voltage on dead wire or folks walking around asking everyone for a backhoe extender cause the equipment we had that day did not have a extended boom on it. My heart goes out to your family. Till we see each other again fly high my brother.

Donald Watson

Latisha Waters

February 23, 2020

To my first child (son) Chance I don’t even know where to start except you were always full of life you kept us on our toes there was nothing you could not accomplish once you put your mind to it .... there was days you made me cry days you made me smile days I would be so angry then there was the day you and Heather brought Cason into this world and I could not tell you enough how proud I was and am of you ... you meant the world to me. I promise you this Cason will always know about his daddy and how much you love him I will tell him more times than he can count as I hoped I had done the same to you ... I love you son more than you ever will know and I hope you know that ...love you always mamma

Roni and Stan (Annie & Harrison) Waller

February 23, 2020

I still can’t quite fathom that you are gone. The shock of receiving the phone call from Harrison and trying to comfort him on the phone (with him all the way in CO). All the while, my heart breaking over the words “Mommy, Chance is gone. What is Cason going to do without a daddy?” I have so many memories that come to mind, but one of my fondest will always be the vacation to the cabin in Waynesville, NC. Of you, Harrison and Gunnar running around in the snow in your boxers, boots and camouflage jackets at about 2:00 am at the hotel. And then it taking days to actually get up to the cabin due to the record breaking snowfall and carting Grandma Emily up on the neighbors 4 wheeler. (And yes, I know about you guys sneaking the moonshine!) 😂 Of the many nights spent at our house or attending baseball games/tournaments. Of you BOUNDING into the house saying “hey, Mama Dos”. Of the MANY times you called me to help you with questions about your driving record. It has been a pleasure to watch you LOVE and LIVE your life but also to watch you grow into a young man and become a father. I know Heather and Cason added so much to your life and I loved watching the gleam in your eyes when you talked about Cason. As to the answer to Harrison’s question to me about what is Cason going to do without a daddy? I know for sure that Harrison and many others will ensure that your memory will forever live and Cason will KNOW his daddy - you will never be forgotten. ❤️ Thanks for being such a great friend to Harrison and such a special person in our lives. We love you! Mama Dos and Mr. Stan

To all of Chance’s family. My hearts breaks for ALL of you. Thank you for allowing Chance to be such a special part of our lives. ❤️


February 17, 2020

Like so many, hearing of your passing was a shock. I can't imagine a world without your quirky sense of humor, the light that comes from the smile you so easily give or the love felt by so many. You will always be the young man my son did so many silly things with and the man that he watched grow into a Dad and friend in adulthood. Thanks for loving my kid. We will meet again, but God holds you for now.

With a saddened heart,
Mrs. Graziano
" Call me Darlene, Chance." -Me
"Okay, Mrs. Graziano." -Chance Duvall