A service to celebrate the life of Dan Reagan Gobin’s 52 years of life is scheduled at 2:00 PM on Sunday, August 13, 2023, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers, followed by a time of fellowship with family and friends. He died on Sunday, August 6, 2023. Please visit this site for a service broadcasting schedule, floral purchasing, and an area to share stories of Reagan with his family.
Dan Reagan Gobin was born November 6, 1970, in Dallas, TX. He attended Nat Williams Elementary School, Evans Jr. High, and Coronado High School. He excelled in both baseball and basketball moving up to the varsity teams before he really desired. Being with his friends as teammates would have been much more preferable. He received his Registered Nursing Diploma from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in May of 1996 and his Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Administration from Bellevue University in August of 2004. He also added several certifications. His professional career ranged from Cardiac intensive care nursing, Emergency Nursing, Post Anesthesia Care, and Nurse Clinician in the Electrophysiology Lab/Cardiac Catheterization Lab to working in the medical device industry as a Clinical Specialist in the Cardiac Rhythm Management Division.
Reagan loved music, especially hard rock music, LOUD hard rock music. He enjoyed hunting and collecting guns and ammo. He truly loved hunting on his grandma’s farm. He enjoyed watching most any sport, but especially watching his teams the Dallas Cowboys, the Spurs, and the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
He always looked forward to spending time with his kids.
Reagan is survived by his father, Dan Gobin, and his wife, Sarah; children, Connor Gobin, Katelyn Gobin, McKenna Gobin, and Jaxon Collins; his brother Kevin Rosen and his wife Roxann; nieces and nephews; his grandmother, Ruth Posey, and uncles, Jim Gobin and his wife Janice, Gary Grim, and many cousins.
He is preceded in death by his mother, Beverly Gobin; his siblings, Ryan Gobin, and Tara Gobin; and his uncle, Bobby Gobin.