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As many of you know Daniel was diagnosed with a rare form of Pre Curser T-Cell Lymphoma/Luekemea. This diagnosis came shortly after the beautiful marriage to his love and soulmate, Candice, AKA "Corn Little", as Dan would call her. They had a beautiful love for one another. The kind that you wait a lifetime for. They were finally living the dream. They had just purchased a new home and Daniel was working at a new job he loved. They were determined to fight and that's just what Daniel did. Shortly after starting his chemotherapy the family was blessed with a miracle. They were plesently suprised to discover they were pregnant with now six month old Mary. Daniel was an incredible fighter, so strong and determined to survive for his four children, Elijah, Ryann, Amril, Mary and his love Corn Little. Going through chemotherapy and being diagnosed with this terrible disease didn't seem to ever lessen his spirits. He kept the same sense of humor we have all grown to know and love. Things seemed to be progressing in the right direction and Daniel was in remission. Unfortuanatly two weeks before his daughters birth Daniel was addmitted to the hospital with life threatning side effects due to the reaccurance of his Lymphoma. Still determined Daniel was ready to fight. Willing to do whatever it took to cure his disease. In his last days of fighting Daniel had a message he wanted to share with the world. A message of love. He wants us all to love one another and when we can't love anymore to just give our love to God. Daniel has a beautiful soul and he touched so many people with his loving ways and easy going sense of humor. He will be missed but never forgotten. Along with the tragity of losing Daniel too soon, many medical expenses were incurred along with funeral and burial costs. Please help us to offset these expenses. We appreciate all donation no matter the size as Daniels family has discovered it adds up quickly.
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