Guest Book for Daniel E. Llewellyn

Provided by Gubbiotti Funeral Home, LLC.

Posted by: Cheryl Llewellyn
Wed February 05, 2020
You were taken from us way too soon Dan.  We will miss your fun loving,  free spirit.We Will make sure your son knows who his father was.
Love Aunt Cheryl & Uncle John

Posted by: Patti Seabridge Watkins
Wed February 05, 2020
I am deeply sorry for the loss of my second cousin Daniel.  My heart goes out to the entire family at this time of despair.  Love, your Cousin, Patti Marie

Posted by: Allied Universal Security Harrisburg Branch
Wed February 05, 2020
Our thoughts go out to you at this difficult time.

Posted by: Robert Espier
Wed February 05, 2020
Jacquelyn, I feel so sad about Daniel's passing...just awful! You and the family have my deepest condolences. Bob

Posted by: Virginia Tokach
Thu February 06, 2020
We are so sorry for your lose.  Cousin, Ginger and Butch Tokach

Posted by: John Matthews
Fri February 07, 2020

Palm Plant was sent by your friends with EPC inc..

Sending our deepest condolences on the passing of Daniel. sincerely- Your friends at EPC.


Posted by: Rita Brown
Sat February 08, 2020
Dan delivered to the store I work at,  I looked forward to seeing him twice a week.  He was a great person I'm glad I had the pleasure of getting to know.  I cried when I found out.  He will definitely be missed by me.  So sorry for your loss and may God be with you all in this time of grief.  Prayers for all

Posted by: Len, Dolores and Ken Valaitis
Thu February 13, 2020
Michelle, We just recently heard of your brothers passing. We would like to offer our condolences and our prayers for the loss of your brother.

Posted by: Seth Gunnet
Wed February 19, 2020
I work at one of the Rutters Daniel delivered to. I’m a senior in high school so I do 3rd shift only on the weekends, and seeing Dan was 100% the highlight of the grueling shifts. He was a character for sure and someone I can never forget. He’d always come in, with his little dolly, usually singing along with something, stop at the doorway, then just look my way and tell me to get to work, sometimes he’d even apologize to the customer in a joking way about me taking so long regardless of if they had just ordered or not. His smile always had me laughing, because it usually brought a slick comment along with it. I was in complete disbelief when the cashier broke the news, And even shed a few tears in the back. I would like to send my Condolences to his parents, his wife, and everyone else he loved and held dearly. Sitting here in tears, I’ll never forget the last time I saw Dan, stopping in the doorway, turning to me and telling me to be safe and that he’ll see me next weekend. My prayers are with you guys.