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Daniel C. Bolles

Daniel C. Bolles

FREDONIA: Daniel C. Bolles, 53, of Fredonia, kicked the bucket Thursday, February eighth, 2024 unexpectedly at paintings.

He was once born in Jamestown on October 30, 1970, the son of Ruth-Elaine Bolles Collver, of Wildwood, Florida and the overdue Daniel M. Bolles.

Daniel was once a graduate of Pine Valley Central Faculty, Elegance of 1989 and graduated from the previous Concordia Bronxville together with his Bachelors in Fundamental Training.

He was once lately operating as a Instructor’s Assistant at Erie 2 Chautauqua-Cattaraugus BOCES Fredonia, for 8 years and an Usher at Chautauqua Institute for 9 years. Daniel prior to now labored at Concordia Bronxville for 10 years as a Resident Corridor Director & within the Meals Carrier, at Camp Pioneer for 8 years, was once Supervisor for the previous Pizza Hut in Fredonia for 10 years.

He was once a member of First Ward Falcon Membership in Dunkirk and a member, elder & Sunday Faculty Instructor at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Fredonia. Daniel was once a part of the championship profitable soccer group at Pine Valley, an amazing cinnamon roll baker, a baseball and football trainer and was once a volunteer with the Particular Olympics & bowling. He was once the loudest voice on course for Relay for Existence. Daniel was once an enormous Buffalo Expenses, Sabres and Blue Jays fan.

Survivors come with two step daughters, Ashley and Allyson Lycett, a step son, Cole Lycett, two sisters, Kimberly (Wade) Levan, Kerri (Tim) Wilkey, two brothers, James Bolles and Aaron (Michelle) Bolles. Additionally surviving is his Fiance Morning time Lycett, two grandchildren Evelynn Rose and Drew Jaxson, nieces & nephews; Megan and Matthew Levan, Josh Bolles, Jillian Van Houten, Addison & Andrew Bolles and Dakota and Charlotte Wilkey.

Pals are welcome to name at Riles & Woolley Funeral House, 39 Primary Boulevard, Forestville on Tuesday, Feb thirteenth from 2-4 and 7-9 PM and on Wednesday afternoon from 2-5 PM. Funeral Services and products shall be held Thursday morning at 10 o’clock from St. Paul Lutheran Church, 334 Temple Boulevard, Fredonia, with Rev. Adam Wiegand, officiating.

In lieu of plants, memorial contributions is also made both to St. Paul Lutheran Church, 334 Temple Boulevard, Fredonia, NY 14063 or to Particular Olympics of New York, Inc. 2821 Wehrle Pressure, No. 7, Williamsville, NY 14221.

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