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Daniel Day Ware
August 19, 1956 ~ August 15, 2022 (age 65) 65 Years Old
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Daniel Day Ware, was born July 19, 1956, and went to be with The Lord in heaven on August 15, 2022, at age 66.
He resided at 5237 Park St Jacksonville FL.
Danny was preceded in death by his parents, Raymond Allen Ware Sr., and Anna M. Ware.
He is survived by his brothers: Raymond Allen Ware Jr., William Harris Ware,
David Lawrence Ware, and Brian Edward Ware, and many nieces and nephews.
Danny grew up in a home where Jesus Christ was the Head, and our parents took the family to church services regularly.
Danny professed that he was saved through his faith in Jesus Christ.
He had a hard life, after being stricken with polio at age 6 months.
Our family was blessed by the gift of free medical care for Danny from the Shriners Hospital, Greenville, SC. which included 16 surgeries.
These surgeries helped Danny to live a better life and our family is grateful for their kindness.
He often was home schooled during his high school years due to surgery recovery.
Danny attended the former Florida Junior College, at Jacksonville, FL, and worked at UF Health Hospital, formerly University Medical Center, as a telephone switchboard operator and dispatcher for Trauma One Air Ambulance Helicopter service.
Danny had many loyal friends, and he was glad to have worked with a few of them.
Danny was the tech guru for the family and enjoyed helping his friends with computer problems.
Danny was a great fan of the Miami Dolphins, and the Florida Gators.
He was a huge CB radio personality who went by the handle of Captain Crutch.
He was loved and will be missed by his family and friends.