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Daniel Weig

Date of Death: Tuesday, November 20, 2018
Yahrzeit Day: 12 Kislev
Date of Funeral: Thursday, November 22, 2018
Time of Funeral: 2:15 PM
Memorial Service Location: Graveside service
Burial Service Location: Community Section

Location of Funeral:

Graveside service

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Location of Burial:

Community Section

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leah kravitz
My dippers condolence ! May God give you strength שלא תדעו עוד צער
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Tim Reilly
Daniel was in my class at S. Bruce Smith Jr. High. He was a leader, and always treated his peers and teachers with respect. I remember his infectious smile and the conversations we had. He was such a kind young man. A great sense of humour and always an excellent attitude. He left such a positive impression on myself and so many others. I offer my sincerest condolences to his family at this time. He is not forgotten.
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Sam Grombach
I met Daniel in grade 6 we weren't ever too close or anything but I would like to say we were friends at the very slightest, he was just an overall nice guy, easy to get along with, we had disagreements like any two kids do but overall he was just a good soul, and I'm so glad I knew him, rest easy Daniel, I still remember when you gave me a piece of cake on the bus, and how we got along well in high school, I hope you are at peace more than anything else right now.
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Sundeep Oad
Daniel and I attended grades 7 through 9 in the same class for 3 years straight. The entire class was piratically family, thereby making Daniel my brother. Daniel was one of the kindest people I had the privilege of meeting, and was an outgoing guy. My sincerest condolences to his family and peers.
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