James T Daniell, Jr.
James T. Daniell, Jr, best known to his friends as Dan, passed away on March 5, 2020 . Born May 1947 in Miami, Florida, Dan was a decorated U.S. Navy Vietnam veteran. After returning home he traveled the USA, living in San Francisco, California then moving to Portland, Oregon, attending Mt. Hood College and Northwestern College of Business before returning to Florida in 1982. Dan moved to McAlpin, Florida in 1989, built a home, retired from electrical contracting in 2007, enjoying life and his love Marlene. A peaceful and quiet life in rural north Florida was his retirement dream. Dan's hard work, commitment, dedication, and willingness to help others made that dream come true. May God bless his soul.
Published on March 11, 2020

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Kevin Gallatin
Mar 17, 2020
I knew Dan (JDandy) via AudioAficionado.org but felt like we had been friends for years. He was always helping those in audio need and was always one to offer assistance before being asked. When I read of Dan's passing it was a shock and a personal loss. His kind soul will be sadly missed along with his daunting audio reviews. May you forever rest in peace, but also with your MC75s turned up to 11.

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Peter Makres
Mar 11, 2020
Dan, you will always be loved and remembered as one of my closest friends, and I am deeply saddened by your passing. May you forever rest in peace and always be in the arms of your dear love Marlene. Deepest condolences to all of Dan's family, and all who knew and loved Dan.

Your friend, Pete
Frank Reno
Mar 11, 2020
Dan was my next-door neighbor. We met him two years ago and bought our property 7.5 acres from him. He was a fellow Navy Veteran and we hit it right off. He has always been a great neighbor and was very helpful while building my house. He was very kind and on several occasions loaned us tools and equipment. He was never the same after hes beloved wife passed about a year ago. He was a great and I will miss him terribly. Rest in Peace my friend.