Friday, November 18
11:00am at Clark Funeral Home
David Hatoski

October 30, 1949 - November 11, 2022

October 30, 1949 - November 11, 2022

The family of David Peter Hatoski is saddened to announce his sudden passing at the Juravinski Hospital on Friday, November 10, 2022 in his 73rd year.

Loving and devoted father to Samantha Lee Hatoski, predeceased by his infant son Brandon Louis Hatoski. He is also survived by his former wife, Elizabeth Hatoski.
Dave had two brothers, Ron (Sharron) and Garry (predeceased) as well as two sisters, Brenda (Jim) and Gloria (Ray) and six nieces and nephews.

Dave was born in Hamilton, Ontario on October 30, 1949 to Bernice and Louis Hatoski, both predeceased. He was a long term employee and happy retiree of Stelco Canada. In his youth, Dave was a member of several local rock bands... most notably, The Marble Orchard. His friends and neighbours on Lyton Crescent will attest to his very loud love of the groups The Eagles and Pink Floyd!

The family is very grateful to Juravinski 5F for their care and compassion during David's stay. Arrangements have been entrusted to M.A. Clark & Sons Funeral Home, 567 Upper Wellington, Hamilton, Ont. on Friday, November 18th at 11:00 a.m. Reception to follow at the funeral home then interment at Woodlands Cemetery to be reunited with his father.
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Katie Grant-Hose

Posted on: November 18, 2022

Hey there Dave Hotdog Hatoski! It’s me, Katie Potatie from 1Crocus back in the 80s through the 90s. I have nothing but the best memories growing up with you and Liz being AWESOME people and neighbours. You guys always knew how to have fun and always treated us kids with kindness. In the words of Betty White’s mom, now you know the secret of what happens next. Hope to catch you out there in the universe when my time comes.

Shine on you crazy diamond… shine on.
Stephen Gal

Posted on: November 16, 2022

Dave and I were elementary school classmates at Memorial Public School. Dave saved me once when our bands were playing at the Kiwanis Club and I broke a guitar string. Before I knew it, Dave was there holding out his beautiful Gretsch guitar and saying.”Here, Steve, use this.” We finished our set. Thanks Dave. Your generosity will forever be remembered. RIP, David.