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Sunday, December 2, 2012

Daniel J. "Danny" O'Connell, 60, of 10644 Rt. 59 Cyclone, PA

Daniel J. "Danny" O'Connell, 60, of 10644 Rt. 59 Cyclone, passed away Saturday, December 1, 2012 at the Lakeview Senior Care & Living Center in Smethport, surrounded by his loving family.

Born August 14, 1952 in Bradford he was a son of the late James and Barbara (Coldren) O'Connell. He attended Blaisdell school.

Danny lived a rich and full life. After his mothers death at an early age he was raised by his grandmother Ruth, after she passed he lived with and was cared for by Dennis and Darlene O'Connell. He loved to swim, cook, color pictures, watch Wheel of Fortune and was an avid WWF fan.

He is survived by one sister, Barbara (Ben) Ball, of Smethport, two brothers, Dennis O'Connell, of Cyclone and Robert (Cheryl) O'Connell, of Cyclone, six nieces and nephews: Derek (Ashley) O'Connell, Danny Ball, Kristi Ball, Alex Ball, James O'Connell, and Kaitlyn O'Connell, two grand nieces Cami, and Breawna.

At the family's request there will be no visitation. A memorial service will be held at a later date and time to be announced. Arrangements are under the direction of the Hollenbeck-Cahill Funeral Homes Inc. Memorials if desired may be made to McKean County Special Olympics, Futures Inc., or McKean Count Care for Children.

On line condolences may be made at www.hollenbeckcahill.com


Anonymous said...

I love you uncle Dan. You could make anyone smile and truly made a difference in everyone's lives. From spending hours coloring with you when I was young, to listening to your overly dramatic stories, many of my best memories involve you. I never knew what each day was going to bring, or whether you would be a cop, pilot, or football player that particular day. None of that mattered though, because you were, and always will be, my pain-in-the-butt-favorite-fun-loving-Uncle Fonzy. You may be gone, but you will NEVER be forgotten.

Anonymous said...

Your were a bright light in my life and my children's best friend. Your light dimmed the last few years, but a smile from you still made things all right. You are going to be missed so much. Not just from your family but from everybody that knew you. You have been so sick the last few months but you still made such a lasting impression on everybody that met you. Rest in peace Dan. I love you