Daniel Deuel

Avon Park, Florida

1950 - 2014

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Such a great guy. Loved working with Dan. You'll be missed buddy. Can almost see you riding you bike through the clouds.

On behalf of the United States Submarine Veterans (USSVI), we offer our sincere condolences to Jo Lynne and all of Daniel's family and friends as you mourn his passing. May God whisper peace into your hearts, comfort, and heal them. We are grateful for Daniel's service to our country in the U.S. Submarine Service on the USS Ulysses S Grant SSBN-631. To our “Brother of the Dolphin” we say … "Sailor, rest your oar. We have the watch. May you rest in peace and may God bless your loved ones...

I love you Dad1, always and forever.

Dan and I had a lot of conversations about politics, life and times we both had in military service. I am proud to call him a true friend

Dear Deuel Family,
I worked in the same area as Dan for a few years at KSC. He always had a contagious smile and was always willing to give a helping hand if I needed anything. He was a great asset to KSC! Heartfelt Sympathy to all his family and friends.

Our condolences.

See me as I am, a Red-Tail Hawk in your heart,
Sailing on the waves in the oceans of your love.
Wherever there are wings soaring above,
See me as I am, a Red-Tail Hawk in your heart.
A sailor I am, sailing in the oceans abound,
See me as I am, a Red-Tail Hawk in your heart.

Fair-well my Brother

Dan was always willing to help all us at Kennedy Point Condos where he served as President of the Condo association for 10 years from the time he moved in. I fell in love with his kind heart and wonderful spirit. I know that he continues his adventures with his savior Jesus Christ where he will lives eternally. He will live on in our hearts forever. I can't believe you are gone from this Earth. Love you, Dan the Man. Judy and KPCA

Deepest sympathies and much love to all. - Diane Ross


Daniel's Obituaries

Deuel, Daniel April 21, 1950 - March 9, 2014 Daniel was a born adventurer. Among other endeavors, he served six years in the Navy as a technician aboard the nuclear submarine, USS Ulysses S. Grant. Following that, he spent over 25 years as a Hardware Systems Engineer with the lift-off team...

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