Daniel Charles Gagnon
November 27, 1943 - May 14, 2017
Daniel Charles Gagnon, age 73, of New Castle, DE passed away on Sunday, May 14, 2017.
Born in Dover, DE on November 27, 1943, he a son of the late Elisez Cyrille Gagnon and Dorris Marie (Panchaud) Gagnon. Daniel was a graduate of St. Peter’s High School in New Castle and took pride in serving in the Marine Corps Reserves for many years. He was employed by Boilermakers Union Local 13.
Daniel loved the outdoors, especially skiing and canoeing. His hobbies included reading and participating in a bowling and pool league, where he traveled to Las Vegas. Daniel enjoyed traveling and was proud to have visited 48 states. Above all else, he cherished his time spent with his family, friends, and beloved pets.
Daniel is survived by his daughters, Michelle Kelly (John) and Amy L. Gagnon; brother, Thomas Gagnon; sisters Nancy Fox and Jill Gagnon; and his four grandchildren, Lucas and Nathan Gagnon, Cassidy Blevins, and Carly Gagnon.
A visitation for family and friends will be held from 5 pm to 6 pm on Tuesday evening, May 23, 2017, at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a service will begin at 6 pm. Interment will be private.
7 Condolences for Daniel Charles Gagnon
Prayers and sympathies to your family from one of your boilermaker brothers
Dad, can’t believe your gone. We are going to miss you.We love you! Till we meet again. Schell
Deeply sorry to hear about the loss of your dad. Keeping you and your family in my thoughts and prayers.
So sorry for your loss Shelly..
Deacon Mike Boyd Sr.
On behalf of the Pastoral Staff at Saint Polycarp Parish and indeed, on behalf of our entire parish, please accept our heartfelt sympathies. May Our Risen Lord comfort you during this time.
My thoughts and prayers to you Amy and your family. Your father was such a nice man and always had the most beautiful smile. I will miss him. Rest in peace my friend.
So sorry we cannot attend in person tonight. We loved your Dad. He was very intelligent, nice and a gentleman. I loved hearing the stories of the nuns, his mathematical skills, his granddaughter’ s horse etc and his sense of humor. He will be missed from the Atterbury VFW. With our deepest sympathy on your loss. Bill and Jean Davis
Jean aka “NOT a red headed step child.”