About The Author
How’s it going, everyone? So you’re here to learn a little bit about David Jr.? That’s right. I said Jr. Well, I guess if we are going to do this, we should do it right and start from the beginning. David S. Cochran Jr. was born on 27 February 1996 in Langhorne, PA, and grew up in Chalfont, PA, 20 miles outside of the City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia. His father, Dave Cochran, hence the Jr, bounced around from job to job before landing a gig as the CFO of an east coast title company. His mother, Sandy Cochran, served the community as a nurse for 25 years before becoming a Nurse Practitioner. She currently visits patients at their homes who are too ill to make it to the doctors. And finally, his younger sister, Dayna, is presently attending Gwynedd MercyUniversity to pursue a nursing degree. She has somehow found a way to stay in college for six years without failing a single class, so she’s living the life. Anyway, back to David, growing up, his biggest passion was sports. David played soccer for one year at the age of 4 because he was too young to play any other sport. Once he reached the rightful age of 5, David dropped soccer and moved on to play baseball, football, and hockey. Out of the three, hockey and football stuck the most, and he played both up until the 9th grade when he had to choose between the two.
If you’ve seen a picture of David, then you know he is not built like your standard football player, so hockey it was! And he went on to play all four years of high school on the varsity team. He also ran track. Outside of sports, David was involved in a wide variety of activities, some of which included playing the drums for his church youth band and being elected onto the student council as Class Historian. Yes, we know, not that cool. He was also involved in many charities to give back to those less fortunate, whether it be building homes for Application State Project, spreading Christmas joy with hot meals and toys to inner-city children, or helping out with 5k fundraisers, he tried to help in any way he could. In his free time, David always continued chasing his creative passion.