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Daniel Marquis

Daniel Leo Marquis

Saturday, January 6th, 1940 - Tuesday, August 11th, 2020
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Daniel Marquis 80, passed away on August 11, 2020 at his home after a long courageous battle with several serious medical conditions.

He was born January 6, 1940 to Lucien and Germaine (Bonefant) Marquis. A Nashua native who was always willing to help others. Quite the handyman there was nothing he could not construct nor repair. A devoted, hardworking, father of two, married to the love of his life for 54 years.

Daniel joined the Army at the age of 18, 82nd Airborne Division and later, the Nation Guard. He then worked at Sanders, and Beebie Brothers Auto before becoming an Electron Beam Welder for Ingersol Rand/IMPCO/GL&V/Beloit, until his retirement after 30 years in the field.

His quick wit, dry humor, delicious cooking and his generosity of time, wisdom and care to family, friends, neighbors and strangers alike, will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his wife, Georgia and daughters Beth and her spouse Lance Carreau of Nashua, Jill and her spouse Jay SanSoucie of Nashua along with granddaughters Talia and Gabriella whom he loved “to the moon and back”. A brother Wilfred Marquis is his only surviving sibling.

Daniel was predeceased by his sisters, Carmel (Pinky) Levesque Hall, Claire Philbrook Morrison, a brother Paul Marquis and infant granddaughter Grace SanSoucie.

We love you. Sorry you had to go. This is not goodbye.

SERVICES: A memorial will be held in Daniel's name at the anniversary of his passing. The DAVIS FUNERAL HOME, One Lock St., Nashua has been placed in charge of arrangements. An online guest book is available at www.davisfuneralhomenh.com, (603-883-3401) “ONE MEMORY LIGHTS ANOTHER”.
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Jill Marie

Posted at 01:54pm
My how we miss you already 😢
RM

Robyn McKinney

Posted at 07:59pm
Uncle Danny, you are so greatly missed. I will never forget how you were there for me when my Father passed, I will always cherish my fond memories of you as I was growing up. You and Aunt Georgia were always so much fun to visit. I will always remember you as a great man, strong, caring, funny and genuinely honest. My Mom must have needed you for you to be called so soon after her passing. Give her a hug from me and my girls and Memere, Pepere, Uncle Paul and Aunt Pinky, you must be having quite the family reunion.
Love you always, we shall meet again.
Robyn
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Michael Philbrook

Posted at 05:18pm
Uncle Danny, one of my fondest memories of you is when you still lived at home on Acton Street and we'd go over to visit - you oftentimes had Wise potato chips and onion dip and you'd share with us kids while we all watched TV. I can't forget all the fun we used to have at the camp. The day I married my wife you were in our wedding party. We visited you frequently when you lived on Seminole and we always had a good time. You taught me how how to chop wood for your fireplace when you lived in Amherst. You were a big help to us when we had handyman projects at our condo at Cannongate as we readied it to put on the market before our move to Pennsylvania. You reached out when we experienced difficult times and got us back to NH and gave us a place to stay and food for our bellies. The pool at your present house was always a great way to cool off and we learned just how much work it is to close the pool for the winter that time we helped you in 2007. And I couldn't forget all the billiard games we played in your basement - you were a great shot! You knew how much I liked your shepherd's pie and you satisfied me by making it often. I'll treasure the memories and will always be grateful that you were a part of my life. Give a long, warm hug to Memere, Pepere, Mom, Dad, Aunt Pinky, and Uncle Paul. See you again someday. Love, Michael and Sebastian
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Brother-in-law George and Family

Posted at 01:56pm
Georgia and Family - With love and sympathy to you, and deep admiration and respect for the man that Dan was.
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