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Daniel Hobbs

Daniel "Simon" Hobbs

Monday, June 20th, 1983 - Tuesday, September 15th, 2020
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Obituary

Daniel Lawrence Hobbs, also affectionately known as Simon, was born June 20, 1983 in Jefferson City, Missouri. Daniel passed away September 15, 2020 in a tragic car accident in San Antonio, Texas.

Daniel is survived by his wife, Ursula Spectre; his parents, Jim and Beth Hobbs; his sister, Malinda Mitchell, her husband Wil, and his niece, Sophie; his brother, Zachary Hobbs; and maternal grandparents, Larry and Darleen Kopfer. Daniel had five aunts, three uncles, eight cousins, two great-aunts and a great-uncle, and many second and third cousins whom he loved very much. He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Daniel E. Hobbs and Marylyn M. Smith; five great-aunts, six great-uncles, and four second cousins.

Daniel L. Hobbs lived in Jefferson City, Missouri for 31 of his 37 years. He attended Jefferson City public schools and graduated from Jefferson City High School in May 2001. Daniel earned a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia in December 2005.

Daniel “Simon” Hobbs and Ursula “DJ” Spectre were married May 31, 2019 in San Antonio, Texas.

Daniel worked in the inventory control department of the Dollar General Corporation Distribution Centers in Fulton, Missouri and San Antonio, Texas for a total of 13 years.

A private family memorial service will be held on October 30, 2020 at Freeman Mortuary.

Memorial contributions in Daniel’s honor can be made to the Jefferson City Animal Shelter or Fair Haven Children’s Home in Strafford, Mo.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Freeman Mortuary.

www.freemanmortuary.com
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A private family memorial service will be held on October 30, 2020 at Freeman Mortuary.

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Michael

Posted at 05:16pm
Daniel’s Inventory Control Family grieves the loss alongside his family. We EACH felt a special closeness with Daniel. Since he moved to Texas and now even more recently, we have all shared a special moment we each had with Daniel. We all kept in touch with Daniel because of our years of shared experiences. One theme that has been present in each of the shares is that his sense of humor was always on display. Like his Family, we will miss our regular communications with Daniel and his infectious traits, sense of humor and respectful sharing of solutions. As suggested, we donated to the Fair Haven Children’s Home on Daniel’s behalf. Patricia, Terri, Stephanie, Will, Janet and Michael
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Michael Henry

Posted at 02:52pm
Like so many, I feel the loss that Daniel has left behind. It was an absolute pleasure to see Daniel grow and mature over the years as we worked aside him. As much as he was a work mate, I also always considered him a friend and a younger sibling. Daniel was always willing to improve, as much as he was also willing to offer well-thought-out solutions when faced with complex hurdles. I feel all of us who shared in his orbit were enriched. Here in Fulton, we were saddened when he left our part of the world, but we were equally proud of Daniel for imagining something perhaps larger and certainly willing to explore the unknown with his courage. All I heard was favorable comments on how the Texas Distribution Center was favored by having Daniel join their team.
At this point, as we all feel the loss of this extraordinary friend, we should remember Daniel as the humorous, yet serious friend and mate he always was to us all in the fondest terms as we keep him and his family in our most heartfelt prayers.
Michael
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Chris Faughn

Posted at 12:51pm
Daniel was the first friend I ever made when my family and I moved to Jefferson City in Lawson Elementary School. That was a very hard time for me because my family and I just moved from the East Coast and I had to leave all those other friends behind. I can’t believe how much time has passed.
He and I were also competing with each other in video games for much of our lives and I always enjoyed that.
I loved visiting you when you left for college in Kirksville, no matter how long of a drive it was.
I remember speeding all the way there one time because I didn’t want to take too long to get there.
Then when I moved to Columbia to go to MU for a year, you were already there. We used to rent GameCube games from Movie Gallery and have a great time in my dorm. We had the place to ourselves because my roommate only stayed for a semester. You were the best friend I had on campus where I was otherwise alone among a sea of thousands.
I loved having you as a part of my wedding years later. I’m so honored I got to introduce you to my girlfriend who later became my wife and to have you around.
I think back on all the times you and I competed in Star Fox 64 to see who was the best pilot or see who could get the highest score. I don’t remember who it was, but I always felt we were equals.
You were always such a joy I be around and I wish I could have been more a part of your life in recent years, but I am glad you were able to find happiness in a match in your life.
God, I miss you so much.

Chris Faughn
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Your Goldeneye Crew

Posted at 06:39pm
We miss you tremendously buddy. Our thoughts are with your family. Rest in peace. Charlie Klein, Chris Faughn, Scott Baker, Ryan Jones, Logan Stovall.
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