David Albert Hoxie, son of Edward and Annie Hoxie was born on June 21, 1954 in Los Angeles, California. In 1993 David met his soulmate and devoted wife Sheila on blind date at “Wings and Thangs” in Adams Morgan in Washington, DC. David leaves behind six children, Everett Phoenix of Fairfax, Virginia, Leah Rebecca Hoxie of Washington, DC, Marjorie Ana Hoxie, Olivia Edwina Hoxie of Baltimore, MD and twin boys, David Adam Govan Hoxie freshmen at Morgan State University and Joel Lester Bernard Hoxie freshmen at Towson University. His was preceded in death by his parents and only brother, Edward Hoxie Jr.
David had a great mind and he gravitated to older people because he loved their wisdom. David enjoyed communicating with his childhood friends from the west coast and we continue to marvel that their connection has lasted for decades and has not diminished.
David leaves behind a legacy of accolades:
In 1986 David received his Bachelor of Science from UCLA
In 1987 he taught multiple Secondary and Adult level teaching designation with the Los Angeles Unified School District and later with the District of Columbia Public Schools
In 1993 he graduated from Howard University School of Medicine, he was then accepted into an internship at Cornell University, North Shore Hospital in Manhasset, NY for clinical practice and orthopedic surgery.
In 1995 David received the Paul B Cornely Post-Doctoral Fellow and attended the University of Michigan for a Master of Public Health. This gave him the opportunity to study at the University of Natal Durban in South Africa. Through is tenacity and love for knowledge David become a close friend of Govan Mbeki (Oom Gov) whose son, Thabo Mbeki later became the President of South Africa after the death of Nelson Mandela.
In 1997 David founded the Waverly Health Clinic in Waverly, OH. He developed several clinical departments in his practice including physician services, Medicare/CLIA certified moderate complexity clinical laboratory, imaging, social services, billing, physical therapy and work rehabilitation. He also became an elected official
In 2000 David became a FAA Certified Private Pilot and 2001 became a FAA Certified Aviation Medical Examiner.
In 2001 he became an elected official and served as Pike County Coroner.
After leaving his practice and moving to the eastern shore David was an adjunct professor at Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD.
He became a writer and only months before his death completed his course study and learned futures trading and trading stocks .