David Redmon 50 passed away at his home in Columbus, Ohio on Jan 15,2023. David was a supervisor for ADT for the past 9 years. He is survived by his son, Tommy 13, of Manteno, Illinois;  his mother, Joyce (Bill) of Grove City, Ohio; his brother, Mark; his step brother, Curtis Robinson; his nephew. Curtis Redmon of Portage; and two great nieces, Layla and Ava. Also, many cousins in the Valparaiso and Columbus area. He was proceeded in death by his father, Thomas Redmon.
David attended Valparaiso High School where he lived to play basketball. He was a true Hoosier. After high school he went to Little Rock Arkansas for his first year of college. He then transferred to Valparaiso University where he again played for his hometown alongside his good friends Robby Cavanaugh and Casey Schmidt. He was inducted into the VU hall of fame in 2004. He called the years at VU “The Glory Days” because he enjoyed it so much. After college he went to Poland and played professionally for 2 years.
A Memorial Gathering will be held February 11, 2023 from 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM at Moeller Funeral Home 104 Roosevelt Rd., Valparaiso with a Memorial Service beginning at 1:00 PM.  In lieu of flowers, memorials are requested in David’s memory to the Boys & Girls Club in Valparaiso.


As a young boy growing up in Valpo, I idolized David and his game. That guy was tough as nails and could shoot from anywhere on the floor. My condolence to his family, RIP David.  -Chad White 

I knew David from our days in elementary school. We used to play baseball, kickball, football, and basketball together. Those were great times and fun days. I remember David as always being nice and easy to talk with. My thoughts are with his family, especially his brother Mark.  -Marcus Powers 

I will always remember that game against Gary Roosevelt where he led the Vikings to a 1 point game against Glenn Robinson. They lost that game but David was amazing that night. He was so fun to watch on the court. Rest in Peace David!  -Tarick Abdo 

Dave, Most remember you for basketball. I remember your love for your mom, dad, and family and sense of humor. My favorite joke teller of all time. RIP brother. You will be missed.  -Curtis Robinson

To Ms. Joyce, Mark, and family

Oh my goodness how the years have passed by. It seems like just yesterday David and I were hangin together back in jr high and the first couple of years in high school. David was not only great at ball, but he was also such a great friend of mine during those years. I personally still cherish those years we had growing up together. I just learned of the news recently that David has passed away and am so sorry for you all. Ms. Joyce you raised a fine young man and I know you are proud of all of his accomplishments in life. May God bless you all through these times.  -Matt Milanowski

Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. I am about 6 years younger than Dave, but remember sitting on the sidelines at Tower Park in Valpo getting a chance to watch him play street ball and was always amazed at his pure talent and vision. I would have been just getting into middle school but he’d pick me on his team and I got to play along side him on those hot summer nights under the lights at Tower Park. He will be missed, but never forgotten. -Thomas Rickman 

Condolences. David Redmon is remembered in stalowa wola as the legendary player of unparalleled talent and good man. Rest in peace. -Michal Szawan 

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