Terry Dale Daniels
Terry was born in Detroit, Michigan on March 20, 1959 to Betty Sue and Walter Pitts Daniels.
He was preceded in death by his mother, Betty Sue Wade Romain, his daddy, Dennis Romain and his stillborn son, Francis Daniels. It’s O.K. now little bean, Daddy’s home.
He was preceded in death by his very good friend and fellow musketeer, Greg Kuhn, and all of his furry friends.
He is survived by the love of his life, his wife, Sharon Stacey. They shared twenty-eight beautiful years together, that wasn’t long enough. He could fix anything including a broken heart, because he fixed hers. He is also survived by his two beautiful daughters, Elizabeth Williams and Sarah Williams and her husband and his friend, Kenny Kilgore. Most importantly he is survived by his beautiful sons, Wyatt Wright and Beaux Williams. They were his pride and joy, his world, his everything. He was their most bestest friend, and will watch over them from Heaven for all times. Also surviving are his loving brothers, Larry Pitts Daniels and Barry Michael Romain, as well as his remaining musketeers Jimmy Vaughn and wife, Judy, Brad Campbell and Stevie Jackson of Dickson, Tennessee.
Since moving here in 2008, Terry had the honor of working for Dixon and Dixon. He considered his employer Gene Dixon, Jr. more than a boss. Gene was a true friend and a man that Terry respected for his fairness and sense of humor. Most of all the humor because Terry always wanted to find the funny in every situation.
He loved heavy metal music, Jeff Gordon and most of all his beloved Michigan Wolverines. We gonna beat Ohio State this year, Babe!! He is finally going to get to meet Stevie Ray Vaughn, Bo Shembechler and Ronnie James Dio.
There is a special place in Heaven for him and will all see him when we get there. We got this Babe, because you and God have us.
Private memorial services will be held at the playground he built at Timber Creek Apartments at a date and time to be announced.
In lieu of flowers, please make any donations to the Terry Daniels Fund at www.gofundme.com/terry-daniels or to the American Heart Association.