David M. Hoss, 61, Sullivan, suddenly departed this world Tuesday, Aug. 16, 2022.
He is survived by his son, Stephan Hoss, Odessa, TX, his beloved, Sarah Hall, Old Mines, MO, two sisters, Debbie Struke (Patrick) of St. Louis, and Diane Hilpert, (Eric), Alabama, three nephews, his beagle, Sam, other relatives and numerous friends.
Mr. Hoss was preceded in death by his father and mother, Dale and Frances Hoss, (nee Eckerle), of St. Louis.
David served four years in the Navy and was a boiler operator and valve technician by trade for many years. He also loved cars and was planning to open a repair and body shop in Sullivan with a friend.
David was a guy who marched to the beat of his own drum, but he would give you the shirt off his back. It might not be clean, and it might even be a bit smelly, but if you needed it he would most definitely give it to you. He had a great sense of humor, loved going to concerts and relaxed by blasting music from his gigantic speakers. He also loved canoeing, fishing and camping, or boating on a lake, and he was all in and passionate in everything he did.
He will be greatly missed by the people who loved him, but he will never be forgotten.
VISITATION: Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2022 at Michel Funeral Home, 5930 Southwest Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63139 from 4-7 p.m.
INTERMENT: At a later date.
ARRANGEMENTS UNDER THE DIRECTION OF MICHEL FUNERAL HOME.
i hope you can rest in peace now, you are going to be very missed
To a great man that would to anything for another. Garybusalacchi will see you later Dave in heaven.
Dave, you were loved by many for a reason… You were always a warm & kind-hearted soul. Hate that we lost touch! I’ll try to do better with our other friends… Hugs… this sucks
Dave, I am so saddened by this!! I miss you so much & miss our phone calls!! The last time I talked with you on the phone, you were talking about how long we have known each other, 23 years & we had always kept in touch with each other. This does not seem real my friend!! I will never forget you! I’ve always loved you & always will!!
Rest In Peace Dave!!