Rocky L. Daniels of Lake Luzerne passed away January 22, 2021 at Glens Falls Hospital and will once again be in the loving arms of his mother and father who predeceased him. Rocky was born August 17, 1963 and died after a courageous battle with both cancer and Covid 19.
Rocky was born in Glens Falls Hospital and lived in Lake Luzerne. He attended Hadley Luzerne Central School. Rocky was a proud logger and the owner of Rocky Daniels Trucking.
He married his wife Lisa on 10/3/98. They were married for 22 years. Rocky enjoyed the woods and spending time with his family and friends. When he wasn't working, which wasn't often, he liked to watch Street Outlaws and Swamp People and have coffee with his sister. Not much pulled Rocky away from his work, but in 1996 he took his boys on a trip to Florida and Walt Disney World. And in 2019 he went to beautiful Colorado to spend time with his daughter. He was able to visit her college campus and meet his future son in law. He was looking forward to their upcoming wedding.
Rocky was predeceased by his mother, Marguerite Daniels, father, Leonard Daniels Sr. and his sister, Elizabeth Ann Smith.
Survivors include his wife, Lisa M. Daniels, his children: Aaron L Daniels (Misty) of Whitehall, Brian M. Daniels (Falesha) of Whitehall and Rebecca M Daniels (Ryan) of Lake Luzerne/Denver. Sisters: Catherine Tubbs (James) of Lake Luzerne and Marguerite Barss (Dwight) of Corinth. Brothers: Stephen Bowers (Edna) of Olmsteadville, Anthony Smith of Queensbury, Leonard Daniels Jr (Connie) of Queensbury, Stewart Daniels (Tammy) of Lake Luzerne, Bruce Daniels of Queensbury and Beecher Daniels (Jamie) of Corinth. His father-in-law Leigh Bartlett of Glens Falls, his mother-in-law Janice Jacobsen (Ken) of Fort Edward. His brothers-in-law: Ed Bartlett (Isabel) of Ontario, Leigh Bartlett (Dawn) of Rexford, and Joseph Mongeon of Hudson Falls, his sister-in-law Jamie Daniels (Beecher) of Corinth, his grandchildren, his great-grandchildren, many nieces and nephews, and a few special friends who were there for him to the very end.
The Family would like to extend sincerest thanks to the entire staff of the C.R. Wood Cancer Center and the 3 West unit.
Visitation will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon, Saturday, May 1, 2021 at Brewer Funeral Home, Inc.
Graveside services will immediately follow the visitation in Luzerne Cemetery.
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