Daniel Alexander Buckley

Lyndhurst, Ohio


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Daniel Alexander Buckley, born February 17, 1976, in Willoughby, Ohio, held a 1997 undergraduate degree in Finance and Accounting from The Ohio State University, and was an avid Buckeye fan. Daniel was also a recognized expert in the art of fantasy football and baseball, and building loving relationships with anyone and everyone lucky enough to make his acquaintance. He died suddenly Sunday morning, July 13, in an automobile related accident. Daniel began an accomplished business career in Cleveland and eventually relocated to the Chicago area following his future wife to her home after her graduation from John Carroll University (Cleveland). He was employed in financial management positions at Allstate Insurance (Barrington) and E-Loyalty Company (Lake Forest). After receiving real estate broker's licenses in Illinois and Wisconsin, he built a strong reputation in the management of residential properties in both states. He will be missed and eternally loved by his wife, Sally; his mother, Karen, and father, John (Plymouth, Michigan); brother, Timothy (Mary), and sister, Anne; and his in-laws, Linda and Tom Misch (Northbrook). Daniel also leaves behind a loving sister-in-law, Amy Andrews (Joseph); and brothers-in-law, Stephen Misch (Heidi) and Patrick (his favorite lefty). A Memorial Mass will be held July 15, at 7 p.m. at St. Norbert's Catholic Church, 1809 Walters Avenue, Northbrook, Illinois. Visitation will be held July 17, 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Schulte & Mahon-Murphy, 5252 Mayfield Road, Lyndhurst, Ohio, 216-381-4000. A funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. on July 18, at St. Philomena Church, 13824 Euclid Avenue, East Cleveland, Ohio.

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To Sheila Ronan, Please call the Schulte, Mahon, Murphy Furenal Home at 216-381-4000 to get the phone number for me or leave them your number again.Thank You

To the Buckley/Watson Family-I was so sorry to hear of Daniel's death...I am a distant cousin through the Conways and I knew Dan's grandmother,Margaret, one of the great women of our family... . ...there is an old Irish saying, a sudden death is a kiss from God. Dan is safely home and I know you will all miss him. I happen to be a Carmelite, and St John of the Cross said that at the end of our lives we will be judged on love. From what I hear about Dan, he certainly was filled with love and...

My sincere sympathy to all and my thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this very difficult time. I pray that you may find comfort and peace in knowing that Daniel is in God's care.

Dear Sally/Mrs. Buckley,

We have you in our thoughts and prayers, and are very sorry for the loss of your husband.
Sue and Nicholas Owens

Dan, we met you through softball and you were my sensei. Over the last two years that Scott and I were lucky enough to know you, we were touched by your humor and optimism (even when we were losing big).

Sally, you will be in our thoughts and prayers.

Scott & Pat Waldau

Dear Mrs. Buckley,

I only knew of you from the OSU tickets that Dan would buy from my wife (Marleen) each year. Dan really loved those Buckeyes!!!!

Your are in our prayers. Please seek the face of our loving God to comfort you during this time of loss and despair.

Art and Marleen Barrett

Sally - I was deeply saddened when I received the news of Dan. He was always a smiling happy face to see around the office. Even after he left Allstate he would occasionally return to visit friends here and would beam with pride when he spoke about the two of you. My deepest sympathy goes out to you and your family in this difficult time.

I'm saddened to hear about the lost of Dan. My prayers are with Sally and his parents. Dan and I worked together at Allstate Insurance company in Northbrook and South Barrington. Earth has no sorrow that heaven cannot heal....... My prayers are with the entire family.

Cassandra Sappington & Family

Dear Mrs.Buckley,
I was sad to hear that your husband died.I remember meeting him at school and he was very nice.I'm sure that he's in heaven now.
From:John Tracey