In Memory

Timothy Daniels

Timothy Daniels

Timothy R. Age 50, of Highland Falls, NY, formerly of Elmira, NY, passed away Thursday, October 17, 2002 at the Keller Army Community Hospital, West Point, NY. Mr. Daniels was born in Elmira, NY, on March 9, 1952, son of Marion Brown Campagna and Alfred Daniels. He was a P.C. Technician at Graymoor Friars, Garrison, NY, and had retired after 20 years as a Bandsman for The United States Military Academy Band, West Point, NY. He is survived by his wife Dawn M. Daniels, at home, mother Marion B. Campagna, Elmira, NY, sons Christopher Daniels, Bowling Green, KY, Ryan Daniels, Highland Falls, NY, and Jonathan Daniels, Highland Falls, NY, daughter Lindsay Salerius and husband Matthew, Okinawa, Japan, sisters Sandra Lundgren, Lindley, NY, Sharon Daniels-Duerr, Rohmert Park, CA, and Debbie Daniels Hunt, Missaugua, Ontario, Canada, grandchildren Cory and Emily, and several nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father, Alfred Daniels. Friends may call at the William F. Hogan Funeral Home, 135 Main Street, Highland Falls, NY at 7-9 P.M. Monday October 21, 2002. Funeral service will be Tuesday October 22, 2002 at 1:30 P.M. at the Old Cadet Chapel, United States Military Academy, West Point, NY. Cremains in Cedar Hill Crematory, Middle Hope, NY. Arrangements by William F. Hogan Funeral Home, 135 Main Street, Highland Falls, NY. Memorial contributions may be made to the Highland Falls Humane Society, Highland Falls, NY 10928. A Bright Light Went Out On Earth And This World Was A Little Darker and Colder For Us That Remained
Published in Star-Gazette on October 21, 2002 Print print

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05/18/10 04:37 AM #1    

Stephen Kistler

 Tim, you were a great guy!

06/16/10 09:23 PM #2    

Paul Holloway

Tim was a great guy, with a sense of humor so subtle you could almost miss the joke. But he made you think about it. I was in almost all his classes, and we had a really good time.


07/01/10 10:26 AM #3    

Vivian Fretz (Euzent)

Tim was the best trumpet player I had ever heard.  I am so glad he got to play for his living and share that gift with the country.  He was so smart and it was almost impossible to do as well as he did in class.  He set the standards.

08/13/10 01:45 AM #4    

Gary McKinney

Tim was like a brother to me. He was a faithful friend and good man.

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