David Ehgartner

David M. Ehgartner

Monday, July 15th, 1974 - Sunday, April 26th, 2020
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David M. Ehgartner

July 15, 1974 – April 26, 2020

David M. Ehgartner, 45, Altoona, passed away on Sunday at his home, following a battle with ALS.

He was the son of David G. Ehgartner and Terra D. George.

Surviving are his parents, David G. Ehgartner (Helen), Terra D. George (Steve Gallagher); a stepbrother, Joseph Daniel Progl of New Alexandria; an uncle, Brian Ehgartner (Cathy) of Albuquerque N.M.; two aunts: Wendy Becher (Ron) of Altoona and Lisa Ehgartner in Florida; and four nieces and nephews.

He was preceded in death by his grandparents: George R. and Aldine (Deanie) Ehgartner and Charles F. and E. Anita George; and by an aunt, Sue Ann George-Gurney.

David was a 1992 graduate of Altoona Area High School and also attended the Penn State Altoona Campus for one year. David worked as a delivery person and cook at the OIP in Hollidaysburg, Little Caesars Pizza and Brothers Pizza. He also worked as an attendant at Cove Forge in Williamsburg and as a data processor at NEW.

David enjoyed video games and PC online games, Star Wars and Star Trek movies and TV shows, reading, cats, comedy acts, skateboarding, karaoke, Magic the Gathering card games and his Honda Civic VTEC SI.

A memorial service will be announced at a later date. Interment will be held in Alto-Reste Park. Arrangements are by The Good Funeral Home Inc., Alto-Reste Park.
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Alyssa Hetrick

Posted at 09:13pm
I was extremely blessed to have known Davey. Growing up, he impacted me with his kind heart more than I can put into words. He always took the time to show he cared, whether it was through a thoughtful gift or just sitting down to talk. He made every family gathering more enjoyable with his mischievous sense of humor. I loved him very much and will miss him greatly.

Wendy Becher

Posted at 02:02pm
Our family is very sad to lose somebody so awesome. He was such a blessing to us. I would like to extend a special thank you to his lifetime friends who were there for him. Your love and friendship were incredible and a true testament to the man he was. We love you Little Davey and we will see you again someday. Love, Aunt Wendy

Joseph Progl

Posted at 08:59pm
Godspeed, my brother. I'll miss playing SOCOM with you. No more pain, no more depending on others. (I know you hated that!) I love you, my brother. I still love Star Wars as much as ever. I wish we could have gone to see the recent ones together.

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