David passed through the heavenly gates on Jan 9, 2020 surrounded by family and friends. He was born in Trenton, MI on October 31, 1964. David received his BA from Wayne County College and went on to successfully manage hotels around the country.
David was an avid golfer, enjoyed gaming online with friends across the world and loved spending time with his family.
David was preceded in death by his parents, William and Lucille Hindman and his brother Gene Dennison. He is survived by his wife, Deva, sons; Reece, Reed his sister Jan Zupko, many nieces, nephews, cousins, and extended family & friends.
David was a kind and loving person who never met a stranger. He was always willing to lend a helping hand. You could rely on him every 4th of July to put on a great fireworks show.
He will be forever missed by all whose lives he touched.
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made on behalf of the children. Please make all donations payable to Deva Hindman c/o Crown Hill Funeral Home, 700 W. 38th, Indianapolis, IN 46208.
I met Dave thru the Reynolds golf league and weekend play inviting me to join him and Tom Earl quite often. Always a pleasant and competitive time. Always a gentleman and a pleasure to play . I will miss him. "I love you man"
David & I met many years ago through some mutual friends in a Wednesday night golf league. We quickly became friends and that friendship continued to grow over many enjoyable years. David was a pleasure and a blessing to be around. Caring, intelligent, generous, happy, & quick witted, are just some of his many positive attributes. I truly cannot recall hearing David speak ill of anyone. David had a unique combination of playfulness and competitive spirit that made the time we spent together truly enjoyable and just great fun. We spent quite a bit of time sharing personal stories, experiences, and current issues. It was always obvious to me that David had a deep love and concern for Deva, Reece, and Reed. Just a really good man and a really great friend.
In words that I heard David speak many times:
“I love you man”
“I miss you my friend”
David & Tom on the links one chilly morning
Dave was so kind and always thinking of others. My prayers go out to his wife and sons.
My heart goes out to Deva and her boys. He was a kind person and I know he will be missed by so many. Dave did not have a mean bone in his body. My prayers go out to his family and friends. Heaven gained another angel.
Well ! I just don’t know what to say, he was a great husband to my lil sister and a fabulous father and I know he will be missed !
My heart is heavy right now my old boss that let me have my way at work, Great friend who had more joke's than me my condolences to the Hineman Family
So sorry for your loss. David was a true friend and a great colleague. Will miss him.