Daniel Weaston
1946 - 2020
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Weaston, Daniel
1946 - 2020
Daniel Q. Weaston, 73, passed on July 23, 2020. He was an honored U.S. Army veteran and a graduate of Otterbein University and Capital Law School. He served as an attorney for the Adult Parole Authority and at Better Way Ministries for over 30 years. Dan's family will receive friends on Friday, August 28, 2020 from 2-5PM at SCHOEDINGER FUNERAL WORTHINGTON CHAPEL. All guests are required to wear masks. Please visit Schoedinger.com for full details.

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Published in The Columbus Dispatch from Jul. 26 to Aug. 22, 2020.
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August 21, 2020
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Andrew Hughes
August 5, 2020
Dan was a mentor, friend, and a huge heart. I always loved serving with him on Friday nights at TBW. He always saw me how God sees me and that is a rare. He always had a word for me and a joke...lol
We loved busting each others chops...he was a fisher of men to learn from and i will miss him dearly. RIH Dano
Steve Herrada
Friend
August 1, 2020
Dan was a wonderful person who still seemed to be able to see the good in mankind after seeing the other side of man as a Parole Board Hearing Officer. I remember running into him one time at a local fair where he had his tent set up. Dan was truly one of a kind. For that Dan will be missed by all who knew him. Thanks for sharing him with us!
Daniel Smith
Coworker
July 30, 2020
Dan was an classmate at Otterbein College between 1964 and 1968. He was an intelligent young man with a tremendous passion for social justice. May he rest in peace.
Fred Wolfe
Friend
July 28, 2020
Many of the conversations I had with Dan was in a jail / prison setting where he always conducted caring , honest , totally unbiased hearings and decisions . Always professional but kind . Afterwards we mostly spoke of life and religion but rarely business . It was in those conversations that I really got to know what a truly good person Dan was . I will forever remember Dan with great fondness . R.I.P. Dan
George May
Coworker
July 27, 2020
So sorry to hear about Dan's passing. He was a good man. May he Rest In Peace.
Rex Zent
Former DPCS Chief
Rex Zent
Coworker
July 27, 2020
Family of Dan,
I worked with him for many years. He worked hard, believed wholeheartedly in the mission of DRC and evidenced that by his religious and out reach activities. He was authentic in his every action and will be missed by many. I know for sure that he is resting in complete peace.
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Margarette Ghee
Coworker
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