In Memory

Dave Hosick

Dave Hosick

David McCall Hosick
1950 - 2013
Who am I, sir? A Utah man am I, A Utah man, sir, and will be till I die!
Our beloved David McCall Hosick passed away peacefully while surrounded by family and friends October 15th, 2013. He was born on February 5th,1950, in Salt Lake City, Utah, to Frank Hosick and Betty (McCall) Hosick. Survived by his true love and wife of 20 years Susan (Mead ) Hosick and his four furry babies; son-in-law, Jeremy Hahn; daughter-in-law, Sheri Kraus; sister, Michelle Sorensen ( Dave ); nephews, Eddy and Burke Davis; niece, Jamie Willard ( Mark ).
After completing his education at the University of Utah, Dave promptly acquired a position with the Union Building. Almost daily Dave would stop in the 7-Eleven to buy treats for his fellow employee's, and on one specific day, he met his future wife Susan. To this day the term "Oh thank heaven for 7-Eleven" has a very special meaning to her. Dave retired in February of 2012 after a lifelong career at the University of Utah.
A very quiet man, gentile demeanor, and never, ever had a complaint. He will be missed by all.
A " Celebration of Life " and visitation will be
held at Cannon Mortuary, 2400 E Bengal Blvd., Salt Lake City, UT 84121, October 18th, 2013 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

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09/04/18 01:21 PM #1    

Denis Graybill

I miss you Man....  God Bless you family

09/04/18 10:33 PM #2    

David Haedt

Dave Hosick was an exceptional guy. He did not play on any team, hit a home run or break a school record. These achievements were not in the cards for him – and one could say in there lied his exceptionality. But this was not the case. He was exceptional because he put forward a useful and helping hand to his teammates – all of whom came to realize – some perhaps later in life – that each of us has unique qualities to contribute to a group endeavor. I met Dave when we were pre-teens, and I last saw him at the 40th when he introduced me to his wife, Susan. A sad thing that we will not see him on Saturday evening - but I invite all to remember his engaging and eager smile.

09/05/18 02:36 PM #3    

Ron Fisher

I was really sad to hear about Dave, I didn't know that he had passed away. Like Dave Haedt, I also met his wife at the 40 yr. reunion and had a great visit with them. I knew Dave since 1st grade - he lived right next door to one of my best friends ever - Mick Boyle. The three of us spent countless hours playing catch, or shooting baskets, or throwing the football around. And even though Dave didn't have quite the physical capabilities of me or Mick, he was always happy and smiling, and a true joy to be around. He was a great friend and a great person. He served as a team manager for all the teams through jr. high and high school, and he always was there for whateever we might have needed - never a complaint or frown. He will be missed.

Ron Fisher

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