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Hartselle Enquirer

Anthony Euel McDaniel

By Staff
August 30, 2006
Funeral for Anthony Euel McDaniel, 37, of Moulton was Saturday, Sept. 2, at noon at Peck Funeral Home Chapel with Mike Nix and Jimmy Clark officiating.
Burial was in Red Hill Cemetery in Lawrence County.
Mr. McDaniel died Wednesday, Aug. 30, 2006, at Huntsville Hospital. He was born Feb. 25, 1969, in Morgan County to Douglas McDaniel and Joyce Watson McDaniel. He worked for Parisian as a sales clerk and drove a bus for the Morgan County Board of Education for 17 years.
He served on the Morgan County Policy Committee and was president of the Morgan County ESPO. He also was secretary of the state ESPO board.
He is survived by his parents, Douglas and Joyce McDaniel of Hartselle; and a sister, Marisa Keenum and husband Stacy of Moulton.
Pallbearers were Miles Hooper, Theron Flatt, Stan Anderson, Stuart Tanksley, Jarod Tanksley, Paul Wilson and Matthew George.
In addition, he is survived by many very special friends. He dearly loved being involved in the Morgan County School System and all of the children who ever rode his bus were looked upon as being “his kids.”
Memorials may be made to the Anthony McDaniel Scholarship Fund at any Regions Bank.

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