Rod Daniel

Riverside, Illinois

Aug 4, 1942 – Apr 16, 2016 (Age 73)


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Rollin Augustus "Rod" Daniel, III, 73 born and raised in Nashville, TN. Rod was a film director doing five feature films, six movies of the week and over a hundred sitcom episodes. Vietnam Vet. Son of the late Dr. Rollin Augustus, Jr (late Ann nee Kelley) Daniel; loving husband of...

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It is with much sadness that Steve and I have this news of Rod's passing. Our love and prayers go out for you and your family.
I still have the beautiful notebook you made from our Harley trip many years ago.
Love, Cissy and Steve

Dear Marti,

I was saddened by the news of Rod's passing and want to offer you and your family my deepest sympathy. During our Vietnam service Rod's creative humor helped make an otherwise lousy situation bearable for all who knew him. Although we connected periodically over the years the last time I was with Rod was at an officer reunion in 1987. Not surprisingly his creative story telling had us all laughing as he related his work experiences in the entertainment industry. He was...

629 Ord. Officers -Qui Nhon, VN -1966:

John Lamb, Rod Daniel, Rich Amman, Jon Austad - 629 Officer Reunion - St. Louis - 1987

I am sorry for your loss. May prayer comfort you.

1 Thessalonians 5:17 "Pray constantly."

Condolences to the family and friends. May you find comfort and support during your time of loss (Hebrews 13:5).

Dearest Marti, John and Lucas,

My heavy heart goes out to each of you over such a tremendous and untimely loss. May you find comfort in memories and strength in each others love throughout this very difficult time.

My deepest sympathy and love,

Very hard to take this news....had a great time working with Rod on GENIUS and ALLEY CATS STRIKE.....not to mention the amazing time we had in Capetown on HOME ALONE 4....fantastic memories. Deepest sympathies to Marti and family...

Dear Marti,

You have our deepest condolences. As the producers of "Teen Wolf" we had the unique opportunity to witness Rod's endurable humanity withstanding the heat of what he characterized as the freight train of production. His quick wit never left him. We saw how his equanimity on set galvanized cast and crew, transforming what could have been a small, low-budget movie into a memorable classic that has entertained audiences for decades.

Every day he led...