Obituary of Daniel J. Klauck
Born August 10th, 1977, Dan left us peacefully just 8 days after his 45th birthday on August 18th, 2022. Predeceased by grandparents Roberta and Donald Westfall, Mary and Arthur Klauck; several aunts and uncles; cousin, Colin Pinkney and many close friends. He leaves his children, Sophia and Dominic Klauck; parents, Charles and Sherry (Westfall) Klauck; sister and brother-in-law, Tammy and Jaimie Hubbard; brother, Timothy Klauck; niece and nephew, Hanna and Cameron Hubbard; dear friend, Amy Hathaway; and many aunts, uncles, cousins, friends, and co-workers. The mother of his children, Christina (Agnello) Klauck, also survives him,.
Dan’s love of his children is evidenced by the thousands of pictures he took of them and with them whenever he could. He would share his love of the outdoors with them whenever he was able.
Dan graduated from Webster Schroeder High School in 1995 and attended culinary school at Indiana University of Pennsylvania in Punxatawney. There he used his artistic skills to participate in several ice carving shows. Upon graduation, he continued his training at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis and went on to work at the Peabody in Orlando as well as Cinderella’s Castle in Disney World.
He worked at many jobs where he utilized his various talents, most noticeably at Lowes in Webster where he held a variety of positions. He enjoyed helping people and was easy to spot because of his height.
Dan was quick to use those talents to answer the call whenever anyone needed his help despite whatever personal challenges he might be facing at the time.
He enjoyed hiking, hunting, and fishing and would turn to the outdoors and nature when he felt a need to clear his mind. He especially enjoyed charter fishing trips with close friend Darren Yehl. He would often go to Elk County in Pennsylvania to see the elk and just take the pressure off.
Please join us to celebrate his life Saturday, Sept. 3rd at 2:00 PM at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 131 W. Main St., Webster.
The family requests no flowers. Donations in Dan’s memory may be directed to the “Suicide Prevention Fund” at URMC by going to http://uofr.us/urpsychiatry and selecting the “Suicide Prevention Fund.”
Private interment Webster Rural Cemetery.
The Willard H. Scott Funeral Home has been honored to serve the Webster community and the surrounding area for over 60 years. We remain dedicated to those we serve, providing compassion and guidance during one of life’s most difficult times.
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