David F. Hintz Jr

Born: 11/27/1984 Passed:

David F. Hintz Jr. was born on November 27, 1984 in Newnan, Georgia to his loving parents David Hintz Sr. (Cheryl) and Lorena-Lori Rastetter (Chris). Dave is a wonderful and loving father to Mackenzie, Dustin, and Weston, and Stepdad to Oliver. He loved all of them more than life itself. Big brother to Stephanie and Amie. Amazing caring, and loving husband to Angalina Hintz. Dave had an infectious smiled and laugh, loved to tell dad jokes. He was a master at so many things. He was beyond talented; he could build or create anything. Dave was a union carpenter and master welder. Dave enjoyed building cars and bicycles and tinkering in the garage, going to drag races and dancing in the kitchen with his love Angalina. He loved watching movies, listening to music, and sitting outside on the patio on a beautiful day. Dave made everyone smile and could talk about cars for days. ” What A Difference a Dave Makes”. He will be missed by everyone who knew him.

In lieu of flowers, his wife asks that donations be made in his name to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention tinyurl.com/kx869fs 

Condolences and special memories can be shared with family online at www.heritagecremationsociety.com

Heritage Cremation Society



14 Tributes to David F. Hintz Jr

  1. Stephanie says:

    You are the best big brother anyone could ever ask for and I’m so thankful that you are mine. You taught me so much in my life and always looked out for me no matter what. I miss you so terribly and I love you so much.

    • Debbie Johnson says:

      Dave you was my birthday twin my best friend I can’t believe this we had great Times I will never forget you my you was my go to guy for my cars and when I need someone to hangout with you will be deeply missed my Hart is broken my friend

  2. Mike Hintz says:

    I’d give anything to have you back in our lives. I’ll never forget working with you, living with you.soo many memories…I love you. You will be remembered,and Weston will know about you!

    • Patrick Henry II says:

      I’m in total disbelief. So much to say that I just can’t articulate. We may not have been close in recent years, but you always made sure growing up that I had a friend while the older kids did their thing. You stuck up for me and went out of your way to make me feel important even though I was just a goofy little kid, and that left such a huge impression on me. You mean more to me than I can say, cousin. To think I’ll never get to hear that laugh again, never get to talk music, never get to bullshit about the old days when we were young.. I love you so much, man. I hope you’ve found your peace. My heart goes out to your wife and kids.

    • Charlene Robinette Ferencik says:

      My heart breaks for all of you, prayers Charlene Ferencik ( Robinette )

    • Naomi Hintz says:

      Life is so crazy! I would have never believed this in a million years. You had a smile that was infectious and a warmth in your heart that is hard to find. It was wonderful to see you grow into in a fine young man and see the devotion in your eyes about your kids. It will be hard to know that even tho we didn’t see each other much since we’ve gotten older that i will never see your big dimply smile anymore. You are greatly missed! My deepest condolences to your new family and everyone else you touched in your short lifetime!

  3. Jeniffer Cortes says:

    Gone too soon! It breaks my heart. I have known you your entire life and would have never imagined that I would see this day. I will never forget your smile, your big hugs or the myriad of memories I have of your short life. My Mother loved you so very much and I hope your souls are reunited and you have found peace and solace. You live on in the faces of your beautiful children and in the hearts and memories of all who loved you. I will always think fondly of the little boy who’d fly into my arms and hug me with all his might. It is my favorite memory of you.

  4. Nicole Henry says:

    Thank you for so many great memories and always making me smile. You had such a way of making everyone around you feel loved, important, and safe no matter what. I’ve always admired your positivity and determination. I miss you, man. “And at the end, even though we didn’t speak enough, you were easily one of the best people I’ve loved.”

  5. Amie says:

    I don’t have words for the amount of space that is left behind. Growing up with you was a challenge but I treasure all the things you taught me and everything we got to to together. I wish I hadn’t waited to try and see you again. I would give my last dime to have you back to finish raising Weston and Oliver. Just one more hug, smile or picture… heavy hearts but one day we will see you again. Please give grandmas and grandpas and aunt Becky hugs for us. Love you and miss you.

  6. Diana Collins says:

    You gave the best bear hugs! Love you!

    • Katie Hintz says:

      I just keep reading our last messages to each other less than a month ago. My head spins and my heart breaks for I too will miss your smile and kind soul. RIP Dave.

  7. Dee Meredith says:

    Omgosh, just heard. So sorry for the whole Hintz family. Mike and I ran into David and family at WalMart about 2 years ago. So good to see him. Remember having him and Amie in my 4H club. Such a whole in heart right now. Just can’t imagine what you all are going through. Here if you need me to help with anything. Prayers and thoughts go out to you all.

    • Steve Hintz says:

      It was exactly 1 month ago today we chatted about welding side by side for The Dept. Of Labor in WV. back in 2015. I barely knew you, my own cousin, when you asked me to come work with you. It was a time that will live forever in my heart. You chose to drive to the work site daily from Brewster to WV. I said that’s crazy and I stayed closer to WV. and you picked me up at a meeting point. We got to know each other in that short amount of time and my only regret was not knowing much much sooner. You did everything with a smile and shared your vast knowledge of the job layouts, to sharing moments with your children with me.. you are truly an amazing young man who will be greatly missed by all the lives you touched.
      Extended sympathies to the rest of Dave’s family and friends. May you find peace now my cousin. I love you .

  8. Susan Hanna says:

    Dear Dusty, Mackenzie and Family, I am so sad to hear of your dad’s passing. I didn’t know your dad, but I know you must be heartbroken at this news. I think of you both often and the memories always make me happy. Dusty, you are the spitting image of your father. Same beautiful smile! Please know that I am thinking of all of you and sending you positive thoughts in this difficult time. All my love, Miss Hanna

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