Neurosurgeon found shot to death in his historic mansion

Dr. Devon Hoover, a 53-year-old neurosurgeon from Detroit, had a deep impact on those in his medical community, who were shocked to learn of his passing on Sunday. Found shot dead inside of his home in the Boston-Edison Historic District, those in the Detroit area have been left reeling from the loss.

Sheryl Gibbs Leaver, a past patient of Hoover’s, shared her thoughts in regard to the medical practitioner, remarking that he was “amazing” and “literally made me whole again” after he had observed the state of her spine from an MRI. Though it was a period Leaver faced difficulty in terms of affording recovery, she shared her expressiveness towards Hoover through tears due to the doctor’s kind attention.

The family of the late doctor released a statement expressing their profound sadness and grief at his untimely death, thanking everyone for their thoughts on the matter. Additionally, Ascension Health, Dr. Hoover’s employer, released a statement describing him as being a “dedicated and well-respected member of the Ascension Michigan family”.

The Detroit Police Department Homicide Unit is presently conducting an investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Dr. Devon Hoover, and while a potential domestic situation may be linked to the incident, the motive is still not known. His body was discovered in the attic of the home, wrapped up in a sheet, with his car found in an abandoned state in the west side of Detroit.

The death of Dr. Devon Hoover has been an emotional and tragic experience for those affected by the loss, his former patient expressing particular gratitude towards him for having helped her during difficult times. His family and employer have extended their condolences in the wake of this tragedy, sending out words of appreciation. The Detroit Police Department Homicide Unit continues to sever its investigation, though a motive remains hidden from view.