Remembering David

My nephew, David C. Koger, was an energetic, witty, gentle, optimistic, friendly, and kind 33 year old man who passed away too young from a raging case of Type 2 Diabetes.

It had already ravaged one foot, requiring the removal of his left leg from the knee down, and the removal of several toes on his right foot. David, nonetheless, lived a full life with a prosthetic leg, sharing an apartment with two wonderful friends, getting a ride to work with one roommate each day, as she would drive his car and make sure that they were up and running each morning on time. David had a girlfriend in Washington state that he adored, a devoted best friend, a job he enjoyed, and a sense of belonging and gratification through his participation and leadership in the local Toastmaster’s group near where he lived in Lake Mary, Florida……Read More

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