Danny Daniels Obituary, Death – Danny Daniels, who resided in Baskin and was 80 years old when he passed away, will be laid to rest on the afternoon of Tuesday, December 6, 2022, at one o’clock in the afternoon. The Reverend Earl Stuckey will act as the ceremony’s presiding minister. The Dennard First National Funeral Home will be in charge of the funeral service, and the burial will take place in Baskin Cemetery when the service is finished. On Monday, December 5, 2022, the funeral home will be open for visitors from five o’clock in the evening until eight o’clock in the evening.
On November 22, 1942, in Rayville, Danny Daniels was brought into the world as the product of a union between the late John Daniels and the late Eula Shipley Daniels. On December 2, 2022, he left this world at Plantation Manor in Winnsboro, where he had been a resident. In addition to serving in the United States Air Force during his entire stint in the armed forces, Danny was also employed as a truck driver for a significant portion of that period.
His grandparents, his great granddaughter Madison Reese Grayson, and his parents had all passed away before to his passing. His wife Donna Daniels of Baskin, his five children: Myra Grayson and husband Dale of Baskin, Mark Daniels and wife Gloria of West Monroe, John Daniels and wife Jenny of Sicily Island, Sherry Ezell and husband Brian of Baskin, and Brandy Daniels of Baskin; twenty grandchildren, as well as a host of great grandchildren and great-great grandchildren, as well as a host of other relatives and friends, are left behind to cherish his memory. His funeral service will be held
Danny Daniels Funeral Arrangement
The pallbearers for the funeral service are going to be Cody Daniels, Chris Grayson, Roger Grayson, Derrick Oser, Josh Parker, and Casyn Punchard. At the funeral service, Cole Ezell, Johnathon Ezell, Charlie Ogden, Terry Ogden, and Richard Wilkerson will serve as honorary pallbearers. Because of the compassionate care they offered during this trying time, the family feels they owe a debt of gratitude to both Plantation Manor Nursing Center and Hospice TLC. You are more than welcome to express your condolences to the family by visiting the website www.dennardfirstnational.com.