Danny H. Justice - Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Homes & Crematory

Danny H. Justice

Born August 7, 1942

Danny H. Justice, age 74, of Bear, DE, passed away peacefully, on Monday, May 29, 2017.

Born in Logan, WV, on August 7, 1942, Danny was the son of the late Ulysses Justice and Alka (Epling) Spears. He made his career as a laboratory chemist with Barry Callebaut Chocolate Company, in Swedesboro, NJ, retiring after many years of dedicated service.

Danny enjoyed cars, listening to bluegrass gospel music, and was an avid sports fan. He loved travelling and looked forward to visiting his hometown in West Virginia whenever he could. Above all else, Danny adored spending time with his family.

He is survived by his beloved wife, Geneva (Sheppard) Justice; children, Jon E. Justice (Chavonne) of Wilmington, Melissa L. Todd (Kevin) of Claymont, and Danielle R. Wiseman (Don) of Newark; sister, Sharon G. Samson (Jerry) of Pecks Mill, WV; and grandchildren, Jon, Rhion, and Scarlett.

A visitation for family and friends will be held from 9:00 am until 10:30 am on Saturday morning, June 3, 2017 at the Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 1000 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE, where a funeral service will begin at 10:30 am. Interment will follow in Gracelawn Memorial Park, 2220 N. DuPont Parkway, New Castle, DE 19720.


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18 Condolences for Danny H. Justice

  • You and your family are in my heart and mind. My condolences on the passing of your father.

  • My prayers are with all the family and friends.

  • We love this family. Knew them a long time Danny was a really good man and will be greatly missed. By his friends and family Rest In Peace my friend and my Jesus meet you on the other side . Love you Brother

  • Danny was a gentle man, a godly man,
    A generous man. Our family loves him
    Like family. I considered him a close friend.
    He will be missed but We will see him again
    When it’s our turn to go home. He said
    If I go or if I stay I’m a winner either way.
    Yvonne Kirby Hart

  • To lose a brother has to be one of our life’s greatest pains. We wish you and your family the strength to get threw this tragedy. With love and respect Wendell and JoAnn.

  • Geneva, So sorry to hear of Danny’s passing.
    I Pray God gives you strength thru this time .
    Love you. Brenda

  • Danny was good man a friend I know he is in a better place with the Lord, Rest in peace my friend

  • A true friend and brother in the Lord.
    we worshiped with Bro. Danny and Sis Geneva many years enjoyed their fellowship and will miss him here, hoping to have a meeting with him again in heaven.
    If only in this life we have hope, we are of all men
    most miserable.

  • Dear Geneva and Justice families,

    We met Danny in 1961 as we were starting school at Goldey Beacom in Wilmington, I had a part-time job in the mail room at Family Finance where we met. Danny was really liked by all the employees and was always able to make you smile, chuckle, or just feel good when you were with him.

    Danny and I shared an apartment on 13th st, Wilmington, for a few years, until Barbara and I married in 1964. Danny was there, and probably took the only group picture of us that day.

    We went separate ways in the years after. but somehow the Grace of God kept us connected. We visited only a few times, but every Christmas, we had a great phone visit. I’ll miss that call, but hope that Danny will put in a good word for us with the Lord.

    We will be forever grateful that our paths crossed, and we will never forget him.

    God Bless you all during this time.

    Chuck and Barbara

  • Dear Geneva., Danielle ,and rest of family. Sorry for your loss. I remember the many times Angelica , Shannon and Danielle. Were inseperatable and How Mr.Danny. loved to tease them girls. Carol andSaul Vientimilla. Ask me to convey their Condolences to. You and family and she’ll call you Later prayers of comfort and peace going up to Heaven for all

  • Dear Geneva ,Danielle,and rest of family. So sorry for the loss of Mr.Danny . Carol and Saul Veintimilla also send their Condolences to all

  • My prayers go out to the whole Justice family. I only spent a little time with Danny when I was younger but I remember him mostly as a godly man who loved his wife and children. Men with morals as good as his are far and few between. The world is a emptier place without him. God bless him and look after the Justice family.

  • Danny was a wonderful person and brother in Christ to me. I send deepest sympathy to Geneva and his children and extended family. May God’s comfort​ and peace be with you during this time of great loss . Love brother Jack and family

  • Danny…….I will miss you, my WV friend. Thank you for offering to take me to WV when you & Geneva went. I will miss your posts on Facebook too with your gospel music. I’ll see you again.

  • Dear Geneva and family, please just know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. We will miss you, Danny. What a wonderful friend and neighbor you were for 30 years. Rest in His eternal presence. Love, Allan, Melanie, Stephanie, and Sarah

  • My deepest sympathy for the loss of your beloved Danny. My thoughts and prayers for the Justice family that you find peace and comfort in the days ahead.

  • Geneva,

    We loved being with you and Danny in Mountain City. He was such a sweet Christian man. He loved you so very much. The video is so heartwarming. I am praying for God to give you and the children the strength you will need as you go on without Danny. How blessed you are to have the memories he left behind.

    Your Cousins, Robin and Melba Shoun

  • Sweet Geneva and family,

    My heart breaks for you all in saying goodbye to our beloved Danny. His precious soul is rejoicing with Jesus now, and we have hope looking forward to being with Danny again one beautiful day! I pray your wonderful memories and the power of God bring you peace and comfort in the coming weeks, months, and years.

    With love,

    Cheryl M. Cross