Devon Hoover was a neurosurgeon who was k*lled, and Detroit police are investigating the incident that took place at his home. On April 23, 2023 the 53-year-old man was discovered deαd in his Boston-Edison District house. Police believe a domestic dispute is what led to the doctor’s sh0oting death.
The Michigan doctor’s moving obituary is a heartwarming tribute to his life. It calls him a “gift from God” and a great doctor who loved gardening and was loved by everyone, both in his home and in the community.
Also, police think that the suspect(s) got into his home through a back window late Saturday night (April 29), 2023 or early Sunday morning (April 30), 2023. Nobody knows what actually happened.
Detroit police have person of interest in Devon Hoover death:
Detroit police have person of interest in doctor’s shooting death https://t.co/MbZ6fbYD2W
— Fox News (@FoxNews) April 28, 2023
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Devon Hoover’s Obituary
Devon was the fourth of seven children. When he was young, he did a lot of hard work and manual tasks.
The Obituary says,”Devon was the fourth child of seven and the middle member of what the family affectionately called ‘the three little ones,'” read the obituary. “He took initiative in this little group, planning their pretend games and determining the rules that governed their play. Games of Monopoly went on for days as he kept suggesting new rules to extend the game and helped negotiate bank loans for struggling players. His early life was not all play and included plenty of manual labor. Until he left for college, Devon worked on the family dairy farm–milking the cows, planting and harvesting crops, and doing many other chores alongside the rest of the family.”
The statement continued, “One of his hobbies was tending his own small garden in the backyard, which he had filled with herbs and perennials. He also raised and sold potatoes during his teenage years. At the time of his death, he had been practicing for 27 years as a board-certified neurosurgeon specializing in the treatment of neck and back disorders. According to Ascension St John Hospital, Dr Hoover was recognized each year since 2008 “as one of Metro Detroit’s most respected neurological surgeons in Hour Detroit magazine’s annual ‘Top Docs’ rankings.”
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