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David B. Hoke

David Brian Hoke, age 53, of Allentown, passed away Oct. 31. He was the son of A.R. William and Jean Hoke of Bethlehem, and husband of Sally (Sanders) Hoke of Allentown. David received a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice from Moravian College in 1984 and a Master's of Art in Counseling from the University of Scranton. He was employed by Pinebrook Family Answers for 31 years, serving as the Agency's Director of Behavioral Health.

Survivors: his wife Sally; children Lexie, 20, a junior at Kutztown University, Andy, 17, and Jessie, 15, both students at Allen High School; his parents Bill and Jean Hoke; brother Bill and wife Susan and their children Emily and Will, brother Scott and wife Desiree and their children Abbi and Kyle; sister and brother-in-law Joe and Jane Zubia and their children Mike, Dave and Stephanie; a sister-in-law Lori Sanders and a niece Amy.

Services: memorial service at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday at St. Timothy's Evangelical Lutheran Church, 140 S. Ott Street, Allentown, with calling hour from 1-2. Arrangements by Nicos C. Elias Funeral Home, Allentown.

Contributions: to the family, for a college fund for the Hoke children.