He was a devoted member of Church of the Ascension Episcopal Church in Orlando Fl, where he was a Lay Eucharistic Minister, Reader, and Head of Acolytes and was a friend to everyone. He loved sports and was a devoted Tennessee Volunteer fan and also loved the Atlanta Braves.
David was survived by his wife of almost 50 years, Kathie L. McDaniel, sons Jonathan D. McDaniel (Mallory McDaniel) and Zachary McDaniel, Sister Dianne McDaniel Medley, Four Grandchildren, Aubree McDaniel, Peyton McDaniel, Neyland McDaniel, and Jackson McDaniel. He was a very loving father and grandfather and cherished every moment he had with them. He had several nieces, nephews, great nieces and great nephews and tons of friends!
The funeral service will be held in the Church of the Ascension Sanctuary at 2:00pm on April 1, 2023, starting with a visitation at 1:00pm. Following the interment in the Memorial Garden, there will be a Reception in the Parish Hall. In lieu of flowers, we ask for donations to the Church of the Ascension.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at dobbsfuneralhome.com for the McDaniel family.
Kathie and Family we love you and we are so sorry for the loss of David. He was a great friend and will be dearly missed. We send prayers for peace and comfort and many condolences 💐
Robin O’Donnell and Family
My condolences to all of David's family and friends.... prayers that memories you've made with David will bring a smile to your face and will lighten the sorrow in your heart...🙏🙏🙏 Tracie Woods
David was the type of person you could open up to and talk to about any and everything.He had the biggest heart and would give the shirt off of his back to a total stranger if they needed it more.He is and will forever be in our hearts.We are praying for Kathie and the Rest of the family in these precious times.we love you so much and are deeply sorry for your loss.May god watch over all of you in your time of need
Kathie and Family. so sorry to hear about David. We have many fond memories of David both as cousins growing up and later as we became young adults we will never forget. May God bless you and strengthen you and the family in the coming days.
Terry & Donna Mullins
We were so deeply sorry to hear about the passing of David. We loved him so much. We lived next door in a duplex with them when. Our children were little. We know he loved Kathie and his family so much. We will be praying for you all. We love you
Kathie and family, my heart aches for you. I will cherish the last time I saw David at the diocesan convention in Melbourne this past February. In typical David style he gave me a big hug and we had a wonderful chat. He was so proud of his grandkids and I am sure his death leaves a big hole in their hearts. You will all be in my prayers. He was a special man and they broke the mold when they made him.
So sorry for your loss may God be with you and I’m praying for you
sorry for your loss may God be with you and I’m praying for you
Kathie, I’m praying God comfort you and your family during this difficult time in your life. My sincere condolences to you and your family.
I was surprised to learn of David's passing. He was a great man and friend. We had many great times working the pit crew at Cypress Creek when the boys were there. I have very fond memories of our time spent together, especially going to Indianapolis. God bless you Katie and boys and cherish the memories of David. I know I will.
David is missed. He always seemed to be larger than life to me and came to church with a smile and a big hug. I am so sorry for your loss. I know that David is watching over his family. My heart hurts for you all. I pray that you are comforted by each other and your memories as you mourn his passing and celebrate his life. Praying for comfort for you all. 🙏🙏🙏🙏. Terrell
Kathie and family, we are so sorry about David's passing and the hole it leaves in your heart. May Jesus wrap His arms around you all, comfort you and give you His peace. David was a man of the Lord, always willing to do anything for his church...and his family. We will miss his presence, his smile and his positive words. Heaven has gained an angel who is probably already carrying the cross and singing His praises.
Lots of love to the family. We’re so sorry for your loss.
Our deepest condolences to the entire McDaniel family! He truly was an amazing person and treated even friends as family.
David and I were friends from a very early childhood. We were next door neighbor's on Fruitland Drive, in East Ridge TN..They moved in when we were around 8 or 9 year's old. My mother got her dr8ver's license about then. She took us to school every morning. She put us in the back seat in case she had a wreck. She was a terrible driver. We laughed all the way. We were always in trouble.
I have often wondered what happened to him and his family. They were wonderful folk's. I went to VBS every summer with them. I am going to be Praying for the family. GOD BLESS YOU ALL.
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