David D. Hines
HINES David D. Hines, age 70, Sunday, February 1, 2009 due to a tragic bicycle accident. Preceded in death by parents Wilma G. and Linden R. Hines and also his best friend Joyce Agriesti. Survived by cousin, Dick (Mildred) Hines of Marengo, Oh.; and Joyce's children, Annina and Anthony Agriesti; and all of his White Castle friends. He road up and down that same path daily and was seen by many. He touched more hearts than even he could imagine. Our hearts are sadden with our sudden loss. David was a good man and we loved him deeply. He could not get his day started without his White Castle Coffee. Please join us on Sunday, February 8, 2009 at 1 p.m. at the White Castle on SR 161 and Karl Road for a Cup of Joe, in honor of our dear friend, Dave. Arrangements by LONG FUNERAL HOME, 5528 Cleveland Avenue, Columbus, Oh.
Published by The Columbus Dispatch on Feb. 6, 2009.
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dear david.today is one year that you have been gone and i think about you everyday.i miss talking and driving around with you and you telling me the same stories that you have told me for twenty years.lol...i even miss cutting the yards with you,if you can believe that.lol...I pray for the day that i see you and my mother.I LOVE AND MISS YOU.
February 1, 2010
david i miss you everyday it has been so hard the last two years of my life lossing mom and know you.i miss talking with you,you made me life and you were the closest thing to family.i know your in heaven with your mom and dad and my mother.i love you and will miss you.
anthony j agriesti
April 10, 2009
You became a blessing to all who knew you. It's interesting how life turns out....I saw you 2 days prior to you leaving us and I thought to myself your courage to travel in the cold and snow and ice. Your a committed person and I thank you for watching over those employees at white castle who loved you so much.Rest now Dave.
March 1, 2009
Only knowing Dave 2 years, he will surely be missed. I meet Dave at White Castles. I would stop by daily to have a castle and cup of tea on my way to pick up kids from a near by school. He was always there, no matter the weather. What a Great Guy. I will always remember him.
Jane Wright
February 11, 2009
David I did not know you .But would alway;s see you riding your bike with the orange flag flying in the wind on Karl Rd. and 161.I will miss seeing you and waving.May God keep you and your orange flag waving.You felt like part of my family even throw we never meet.It was alway's nice to see someone like you never giving up .In your own way David you touched my life. and that is never give up .May God bless you keep peddling
Gary Frazee
February 8, 2009
We will miss seeing Dave sitting in his drive way in the summer waving,and chyming the bell on his bike.
Kathleen & Joan
February 7, 2009
Hello having lived in the area for quite awhile I ran into David at the local White Castle and had a couple of conversations with him and seen him alot going up and down Karl rd.He was always in good spirits and just seemed like such a nice guy.Even though I didnt know him much at all I felt like I lost a family member when I learned of his passing.My familys thoughts and prayers are with you during this time.
Scott Elliott
February 6, 2009
Even though I did not know David, I too am one of those hearts he touched. Having lived in this area for many years, I would always see him riding his bicycle with the orange flag up & down Karl Road. It was such a tragic accident to such a nice man. I know that God is taking good care of him in heaven.
Cathy Spafford
February 6, 2009
When I moved to Forest Park almost 6 years ago, David always stuck out because of the trike he rode. Although we never spoke, I loved waiving to him when I turned on Sandalwood, or hear him chime his bike and waive to me. He was always smiling. Thank David, for just being you, and taking life with positive strides. I will miss you sitting in your driveway waving as I pass, I will miss you driving down the rode on your trike, but I will never forget you.
Ali King
February 6, 2009
Even though I did not know David I would see him every week riding his bike up and down Karl Road with that bright orange flag blowing in the breeze. It is truly a tragic accident that he left this earth so soon as he was one of the good guys. May he enjoying riding his bike on streets made of gold beyond the Pearly Gates.
Tracy Ann Frazee
February 6, 2009
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