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David Earl Hash, Jr.
August 30, 2023
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David Earl Hash, Jr., 52, of Callicoon, NY, passed away on August 30, 2023. He was born on December 4, 1970, in Atlanta, Georgia, to Cheryl Frizzell and the late David Earl Hash, Sr. Dave was a devoted father and son, loving partner, and loyal friend. He will be remembered as an outgoing and fun-loving person who was always the bright spot in the room. Dave had a passion for acting and music and enjoyed playing guitar, bass, and keys. He loved spending time outdoors, whether it was hiking, tubing on the river, grilling for his family and friends, or snowboarding. His adventurous spirit also led him to explore different places through his travels. Dave's generosity and unwavering support made him a pillar of strength for his loved ones. He was always there, offering a helping hand or a listening ear. Dave graduated from the University of North Florida with a Bachelor’s degree in International Marketing, which led to a long career in sales. Dave is survived by his beloved son, Oliver Hash, and Oliver's mother, Michelle Galligan. He is also survived by his sweetheart Katy Stabile and stepchildren Jayden, Gabriel, and Leela. Additionally, Dave is survived by his mother Cheryl Frizzell, uncles A.C. Frizzell (Natalie), Steve Frizzell (Brenda), great uncle Earl Claire (Sally), and cousins Sean Bartley (Jessica), Evelyn Achenbach (Bill), Jessica Hayon (Diego), and Lauren Maiello (Anthony). He shared a lifelong friendship with Jaye Moore (Rebecca) and had a faithful dog, JimBone. A celebration of life is being planned to honor Dave's memory. Details of the ceremony will be shared at a later date. In this time of grief, may the memories of Dave's vibrant spirit and loving nature bring comfort to all who knew and cherished him. Donations can be made in his name to the Musicians Foundation. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Stewarrt-Murphy funeral Home Callicoon, NY 845-887-4900. To send condolences please visit stewartmurphyfh.com