Daniel D. Freeman
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Daniel D. Freeman

beloved son of the late William & Madeline June Freeman, loving brother of Yvonne Rummel, Crystal Arnett, Sue Fischer, Martin (Dawn) Freeman and the late Bill & Cecil Freeman, many nieces and nephews, longtime loving companion and friend of Robyn Heger, also many Carcinoid Cancer friends throughout the USA and other countries. Daniel grew up in Oakley. He worked for Western Union Telegraph Co., was a Queen City Metro driver, where he retired from. In his retirement he also worked for 11 years for Avis Budget Rental Car Co. Passed away Monday, May 18, 2020 at age 70. Visitation Tuesday 6-8 PM at the Vitt, Stermer & Anderson Funeral Home 3425 Harrison Ave. Funeral service Wednesday 11 AM at the funeral home. Due to COVID19 social distancing will be observed for both the visitation and service. www.vittstermeranderson.com

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Published in The Cincinnati Enquirer from May 19 to May 24, 2020.
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May 22, 2020
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Barb Ward
May 20, 2020
What a great humorous man to keep his fellow net patients and cancer patients and caretakers spirits up. Ill keep his spirit alive while doing my bear walks and be a happy bear while fighting this disease. Many thanks for the memories! Husker Dan a 24 year plus net fighter. Go big red!
May 20, 2020
Dann was a beautiful, kind, caring man. He reached out to so many fighting the cancer we shared. I first met Dann as he came in to where I was working and asked to see Perry Mason, you see I worked at the CBA a membership for attorney's. He gave me a cup cake, and I knew then who he was. He loved joking around and made many of us laugh with his jokes. He called himself Bear, because he was as cuddly as one. We talked many times seeing how we both were doing. We shared the same wonderful oncologist at OSU. He was a fighter, he lived with this cancer 22 years. It was rare, and slow growing, which made some days very hard. He will always be in my heart, and I have many great memories of this kind man. Fly High Dann, the angels need you. Robyn, his good friend stayed by him until he passed. Thank you for your love.
Patricia Risch
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