David S. Egan, Jr.

February 7, 2024

CONCORD – David S. Egan, Jr. of Concord, North Carolina, peacefully, passed away on Wednesday, February 7, 2024.  He was the son of the late David and Grace Egan of Trumbull, of Connecticut.

Dave, a Russian Orthodox Christian, had daily devotions to the Lord and Blessed Mary remembering all his families and friends.  After military service with the United States Air Force, he spent the majority of his life in service to others.  He provided security for numerous rest homes and was often the best friend or last friend to many of the residents.  Dave also worked at the University of North Carolina, Charlotte Campus, where he monitored, provided security, mentored, and befriended the students.  Many people knew him as the man walking with the dog, always friendly offering a smile and a kind word to them.

Dave is survived by his brother, James S. Carletti of San Diego, California; his sister, Marsha Krajc and her husband, Joseph, of Davenport, Florida; nephews, Lawrence Krajc and his family of Roxbury, New Jersey and Jason Krajc and his family of West Hartford, Connecticut.  Also surviving are his many cousins and dear friends.

Funeral Services will be held at 12:00 PM on Thursday, February 15, 2024, at St. Simeon Orthodox Church, 7509 Mallard Creek Road, Charlotte, North Carolina. The family will receive friends thirty minutes prior to the service at the church.  Interment will be at St. Tikhon’s Monastery Cemetery in South Canaan, Pennsylvania.

May His Memory Be Eternal.

Arrangements are in the care of Kenneth W. Poe Funeral & Cremation Service, 1321 Berkeley Ave., Charlotte, NC 28204; (704) 641-7606. Online condolences may be shared at www.kennethpoeservices.com.

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  • Michael Garcia

    Dave, you were always a kind, intelligent friend with a wonderful sense of humor. I'll treasure the memories of you, with your loyal companion, Lucky, when you lived a couple of years out on the west coast. I'll miss our enduring friendship and our long conversations about all things historical and political, of which you had an amazing depth of knowledge. My condolences to all of your friends and family. Rest in peace my dear friend.

  • Pam Mangines-Weldon , Boca Raton, Florida

    After all these years (forty or more), my brother, Joe, and I will always cherish the memories of David Egan. He grew up across the street from us in a neighborhood filled with many kids and endless rounds of 'CAPTURE THE FLAG.' Incredibly, David always took the game to the next level by carrying a plastic bag filled with candy. Once we divided into teams, the boundaries of the game were clearly established. Still, David and his bag of candy persuaded his teammates to explore uncharted game areas! Ultimately, David surprised us all by sharing his bag of candy with the opposing team, as they quickly captured our team's flag. In his own way, David exemplified a powerful life lesson! Sadly, our present-day lives lead us to diverse corners of the globe, causing us to lose touch with neighborhood friends from long ago. I thank David for serving our nation in the Air Force. I'm confident he served with courage, honor, and mutual respect. He carried these core values with his selfless service to others at the University of North Carolina and elders in their final stages of life in rest homes. Jimmy and Marsha, the world has lost a good man, and you have lost a brother. Our heartfelt condolences to you both during this time of loss.

  • Joseph Mangines

    Rest In Peace my friend,I have many many fond memories of us spending years of our childhood together, people die memories don’t, thank you for that. My best regards and sincere condolences to Jimmy and Marsha and yes I remember you both.