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August 23, 1988 - December 3, 2017

A memorial to celebrate David’s life will be held on Friday, December 8, 2017, from 3:00 to 5:00 PM at the Comstock Community Center, 6330 King Hwy., Kalamazoo, MI 49048. A second celebration will be held at Bell's Brewery on December 17, 2017 from 1:00 to 5:00 PM.

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Our world will never be the same after the tragic loss of David Arthur John Haan in a motorcycle accident on Sunday, December 3, 2017. He was riding with his girlfriend, Stephanie Hirdning, who also lost her life in the accident. David was born on August 23, 1989 and was chosen with great love to be a part of his family. He is preceded in death by his mom, Vicki Lynne Haan. David is survived by his mom, Shari Boone; as well as his brothers, Thomas Haan Maring and Jared Boone; his sister-in-law, Mariah (Fratus) Boone and his sister, Tori Boone; Grandpa, Cabin-Boone; Grandpa, John Haan and many aunts, uncles and cousins. Their comfort in their loss is that he is with his mama, his Gram Haan and his Gramma Cabin-Boone. David was a 2008 graduate from Kalamazoo Central High School. He will be remembered as the guy with an infectious smile on his face and always ready for a fun time with friends and family. None of his friends and family will ever look at bacon or a hot grill without thinking of him. David LOVED adventures of any kind! Whether he was sky-diving, running a Tough Mudder event, or cliff-diving; if it was thrilling, he was all in. David was a family guy and could often be found watching a football game with his family. He was an intense protector of all of the people that he loved. For the past nine years David worked at WoodsEdge Learning Center, first, as a paraprofessional in a classroom. Then, the last three years as the Behavior Specialist paraprofessional for the whole building. He was deeply loved by his “work family” as well as by more than 250 students and families. His family will love him “a million bucks forever.”