Chad Leland Hoseley passed away at his home, in Walnut Creek, on March 3rd 2018 at the age of 26.
Chad is predeceased by his Paternal Grandfather Chet Hoseley, Maternal Grandparents Solomon and Muriel Schmidt.
Chad is survived by his parents Rusty Hoseley and Sonya Schmidt Hoseley, his older brother Kurt B Hoseley and his Paternal Grandmother Stephanie L Hoseley. Chad is lovingly remembered by his Aunt Renda and Uncle Kelly Human and his cousins Krystal, Kimberly and Kaydee.
Chad was born in Colorado Springs, Colorado on December 26, 1991. Chad was schooled in Danville at Montair Elementary, Stone Valley Junior High and San Ramon Valley High School. After a year of College at the University of Arizona, Chad realized that continuing a classroom education was not for him. Chad returned to the Bay Area where he enrolled in the Carpenter/Pile Drivers Union Apprenticeship Program. Chad worked on I-80 in Truckee, I-5 in Stockton, The Cable Stay Bridge to the New Transbay Center in San Francisco and several projects at SFO. Chad liked being outside, being active and building things with his own hands. He was an asset to any team.
Chad was very talented and gifted in so many ways. He enjoyed all music and loved playing the drums, guitar and even the piano. Chad was a creative artist and expressed strong meaning in his work. All sports came easy to him.
“Live life, love life” is a quote that represents Chad. He strongly believed in eternal life. Sunday, March 18, 2018 at 3pm, we invite you to come remember and celebrate Chad’s 26 years of life here with us.
Wilson & Kratzer Chapel of San Ramon Valley , 825 Harz Way - Danville, CA 94526
In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to:
Stanford Neurosciences Institute
Other Stanford Designation
Neuro Discovery/Neuro Choice
Funding Type: Big Idea