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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, David Hosler 66 years old , born on January 16, 1953 and passed away on February 24, 2019. We will remember him forever.
Posted by John Hosler on January 16, 2020
Happy Birthday David. We think of you often. 
Posted by Charles Hosler, Jr. on March 15, 2019
John: I’m so sorry to hear about Dave’s passing. In 1953, I was in Jr, High School; Flint, Mi.. My mom & and dad (Charles & Dora Hosler), took my sister (Sherry) and I to many Hosler family picnics. I remember lots of adventures on the Clam River, where we Hoslers had cabins; swam together, floated in canoes, etc.. Now at 79, having had 3 “small” strokes, and not traveling or driving much, I must ask to be excused from attending services for Dave. But please assure your families, that many thoughts and prayers from me and our side of the family come your way.
Posted by Alan Erickson on March 10, 2019
Dave,
I was so sorry to hear of your passing. I remember all the great times growing up together. The magic of Christmas morning with the lights, the smells, and your dad with the movie camera taking it all in. I hope to see you again in the next world.
Alan
Posted by Randall Zoller on March 7, 2019
Dave
Thank you for being my friend. Thanks for all the great times and memories from playing saxophone in our rock band, to winning the ping pong championship at the Village Square apartments and hanging out at the pool, to winning the Fooseball championship at Mom's Saloon in Pacific Beach to all the times spent hanging out at Denny's scouring the newspaper for deals on used cars and at Bob's Big Boy flirting with the waitresses and just for everything we did and all the time we got to spend together. It was an incredible time in my life and now looking back I realize how blessed I was to have a friend like you. I'm so sad you're not here anymore. Man we had some good times. I miss you buddy but I know wherever you are, you're being loved and taken care of and appreciated for the awesome guy you are.
I love you always,
Randy

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Posted by John Hosler on January 16, 2020
Happy Birthday David. We think of you often. 
Posted by Charles Hosler, Jr. on March 15, 2019
John: I’m so sorry to hear about Dave’s passing. In 1953, I was in Jr, High School; Flint, Mi.. My mom & and dad (Charles & Dora Hosler), took my sister (Sherry) and I to many Hosler family picnics. I remember lots of adventures on the Clam River, where we Hoslers had cabins; swam together, floated in canoes, etc.. Now at 79, having had 3 “small” strokes, and not traveling or driving much, I must ask to be excused from attending services for Dave. But please assure your families, that many thoughts and prayers from me and our side of the family come your way.
Posted by Alan Erickson on March 10, 2019
Dave,
I was so sorry to hear of your passing. I remember all the great times growing up together. The magic of Christmas morning with the lights, the smells, and your dad with the movie camera taking it all in. I hope to see you again in the next world.
Alan
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My Brother David

David Edward Hosler – Died on Sunday, February 24, 2019 at the Cherrelyn Healthcare Center in Littleton, CO after a year-long fight with prostate cancer. He was 66. David was born on January 16, 1953 in Flint MI, the son of Frederick B. Hosler (deceased) and Edith Louise Hosler. David grew up in Michigan. He played right tackle on the Goodrich High School football team. He moved to San Diego CA with his family in 1970. David was musically talented and played Alto-Saxophone in a band he formed with friends in San Diego. David received an AA Degree and was a Certified Orthopedic Technician. David went by the moniker “Starman”. He loved Astrology and became an expert in the field. He studied the movement of the heavens and firmly believed that the stars and one’s birth date and time were influential in our daily lives. He was also computer geek and loved to produce intriguing computer graphic effects. He was left handed (right brained) which seemed to allow him to more easily enter the para-normal. He would often relate encounters he had with loved ones that has passed or with travels he had taken throughout the universe. In 2007 David relocated to Denver, CO and worked as home health care-giver where he cared selflessly for his mother Edith for several years. He loved the Rocky Mountains where spent much of his time. David was a loving man and had a wonderfully dry sense of humor. He would always find a way to make us laugh. He loved his family, politics, and football. His favorite teams were the San Diego Chargers and later the Denver Broncos. David is survived by his mother. Edith Hosler (age 95), brothers, John Hosler and wife Mona of Mooresville, NC and Tom Hosler and wife Kata of Seattle WA. David is also survived by his nephews Eric Hosler of Burbank, CA, Ryan Hosler and wife Amiee of Lynchburg, VA and Hanz Hosler of Seattle, WA. David has joined the love of his life Robyn (Robbie) Anderson who was his soul-mate for more than 20 years before her death in 2017. David you left us all too soon. We love and miss you dearly.

A celebration of David’s life is being planned for June 2019.

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