Daniel "Dan" Lee Simmering
April 5, 1962 - November 6, 2019
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Daniel Lee Simmering, 57, of Lucas, passed away unexpectedly from a heart attack on Wednesday, November 6, 2019. Daniel was born on April 5, 1962 in Mansfield, Ohio. He was the son of Harold and Rosemary (Lee) Simmering.   Dan was employed as a service technician at Emerson Process Management, and he was previously a…

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William Bloor left a message on November 14, 2019:
Dan was a good friend to me during our time in Shelby. He will forever stay in my memories. I will drink a toast of the Good Doctor in his honor. My condolences to you Trish, and you Morgan, he will be missed.
Doug Litt left a message on November 12, 2019:
I would just like to tell the family, that it was an honor to know Dan. He always said hi or stopped to talk at work , will miss him and his smile. God Bless .
Anita Kibbee-Falcone left a message on November 10, 2019:
I will remember you always even though we never really meant. You were raised by two people who I loved and I am proud to call my aunt and uncle. We are family and that is all we have. God bless
Barbara Maraz left a message on November 9, 2019:
Dan, as a small boy, was fascinated by heavy machinery. He made up names for most such as Digger Dan for the Exacator that would dig holes for basements, pipelines etc.. One hot summer day around 1967, before everyone had air conditioning in their cars, we were waiting on Trimble Rd. at the intersection with Park Avenue West, for the light to change. Everyone around us had their windows rolled down, like we did. Now remember back then, out in public, there was a code of conduct. Suddenly there came into view, one of Dans treasured machines, obviously on its way to a job somewhere. I can picture his excitement as it came closer and started by us. He evidently wanted to make sure his mother and two older sisters were aware of the special treat in front of them because all of a sudden he yelled out for us and everyone else in ear shot of all the open car windows “ There’s assie”. Needless to say everyone looked our way, as I was around 13 at the time, I slid as low as I could go. One didn’t normally hear assie out in public back then. That didn’t matter though to Dan. He was thrilled to have seen “Assie” the asphalt spreader. Life won’t be as fun without you, little brother.
Maggie Cervinski left a message on November 9, 2019:
You are all in our thoughts and prayers...May you all feel the love and comfort of God through this difficult time. Love, Ryan and Maggie
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Megan McFarland Tucker left a message on November 9, 2019:
Sending my condolences to all of the family he will be truly missed and was such an amazing man. I am so sorry hugs and prayers
Karen and Curtis Nolen left a message on November 9, 2019:
We are so very sorry to hear of your fathers passing Jason. Our prayers to you and your family.
Nancy Glorioso Pewonski left a message on November 9, 2019:
So sorry for your loss. Praying you will find comfort in the coming days. God bless.
Nilsson Family left a message on November 9, 2019:
Dearest Trish, Barb, Catherine, Jason, Morgan, Macie, Owen, Addison and Penelope: We are so sorry to hear of Dan's passing. We will keep you in our prayers. May God bless you all and help you through this difficult time. With our deepest condolences, Bill, Nancy, Carolyn, Kurt, Scott, Alan, Anna, Candice
Pam Morris left a message on November 8, 2019:
So sorry to hear of Dan passing. I have known him for a long time and have had the pleasure of knowing Jason and Trish as well. Prayers for the family as you get through this tough time. If you need anything let me know. I am here for you.
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