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Christopher Daniel Dies at 94

Christopher N. Daniel

Christopher Daniel, better known as “Schoolboy,” died on Saturday, March 18, at Roy Lester Schneider Regional Medical Center. He was 94 years old.

A viewing will be held at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m. on Monday, April 3, at the Memorial Moravian Church.

He is survived by his children: Lelia “Lele” Daniel, Lorenzo “Mr. Kool” Daniel, Lorraine “Rainy” Daniel and Lubin “Ben” or “Benhead” Daniel; grandchildren: Gail Galloway, Deshaun Victoria, Dionne and Dornelle Thomas, Lorenzo Daniel Jr., Darlene, Luben and Jamoi Daniel; great-grandchildren: Keya and T’Keya Drigo, Linae, Dante and Kyoni Daniel, N’Quan, N’Keya and N’Keisha Amey and K’Niyah Abbott; and daughters-in-law: Doris Rhymer Daniel and Beverly Gumbs Daniel.

He is also survived by adopted children: Lucia Christopher, Janet Harrigan, Edith Werts, Winston Callwood, Alphonso Estrada, Joseph “Blackie” Testamark, Burnette “Butch” Thomas and Myron Thomas Sr.; nieces: Janice Daniel, Elaine Daniel Millington and Ina Daniel; and nephews: Cecil Daniel Jr. of California, Edward “Butch” Daniel of New York, Henry Daniel of St. John and Winston Daniel.

Other survivors include great nieces: Carolyn, Donna and Doris I. Daniel, Ke’ya, Patricia and Tina Daniel, and Carla Millington; great nephews: Antonio Anthony, Bert, Joel, Kyle and Marvin Daniel, Roy Daniel Jr., Lawrence and Terrence Millington, Alvin, James, Joseph, Mark, Michael and Richard Peters; sister-in-law, Beverly Daniel of North Carolina. Christopher Daniel is survived by many, many family members and friends too numerous to mention.

Professional Funeral Service are entrusted to Turnbull’s Funeral Home Telephone: 779-6565; e-mail: turnbullsfuneralhomevi@yahoo.com

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