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John William Daniels
September 10, 1943 - September 6, 2021
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory
Eugene Stroud
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Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home
3800 N. Big Spring St
Midland, Texas 79705
Wednesday 9/8, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Service
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Chapel
Thursday 9/9, 12:00 pm
Cemetery
Resthaven Memorial Park - Midland
Thursday 9/9

John William Daniels passed from this beautiful life on earth on Sunday, September 6, 2021, after a long illness. John was born on September 10, 1943 in Cape Girardeau, Missouri to Otis A. Daniels and Mary Elizabeth Hoehn Daniels. He graduated from Morehouse, Missouri High School. As Valedictorian of his class, he earned a scholarship …
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Georgeann Walton left a message on September 11, 2021:
I maybe met John once or twice…but I heard so many stories about him through my friend Kathleen…he was one of her late husband Hugh’s dear friends…but what John did for Kathleen after Hugh passed was what made me know he was one of the best!…she said she could call on him for questions or anything… and he was always willing to lend a hand and helped her so much.…I’m so very sorry to hear of his passing….many prayers for comfort and peace to his family.
Frank Stillwell left a message on September 9, 2021:
John was about 10 years older than me. I was a little intimidated the first time I met him because I was so new to the business. Did not take long to understand that he was a vey nice man and loads of fun. Super smart and quick witted. I am sorry that he is no longer with us. I am sure he will be missed by many. Frank Stillwell, Fort Worth Texas
Patrick J. Whelan left a message on September 8, 2021:
I 1st met John on a seismic crew in about 1992. I listened and I have still been listening! Of course I laughed a lot at his stories and discussions about the oil industry. He loved this industry and all the science that went into it. including geology, geophysics and engineering. Many a time he looked at my seismic interpretations and would gladly give input and suggestions. However make no mistake he was "Opinionated"! Yet I always looked forward to seeing and hearing his voice. Our last visit was in July. We visited for 3 days and discussed so many things. I did not know it was my last visit with him. I will remember that and him fondly.
Mark Gorski left a message on September 8, 2021:
I will miss John, especially at the weekly "Safety Meetings" at the bar Thursdays. I admired his friendly demeanor and outgoingness as well as his sage advice, but the best was his story telling!
Eugene Stroud left a message on September 7, 2021:
So sorry Wilma. John was such a good friend of my Father, Gene Stroud. He always looked forward to your visits at the Morehouse reunions. I could listen to Dad, John, Calvin and Uncle Butch tell stories for hours and listen to them laugh and remember the good ol’ days. Of course, there were always a beer or two that was drank during these stories and a few innocent razzing about who did what. It never mattered that the stories were sometimes repeated over the years and usually some of the details from year to year were forgotten. Those are the kind of friendships that other guys seems to look for their whole lives, these guys had it. John will always hold a special place in my heart, as a child he was a larger than life friend of Dad’s from Texas and as I grew older he became a friend of mine and we always looked forward to his visits. I always wanted to thank him for being such a good friend to us, I sure hope he knew. He will be missed, just makes me miss my Dad that much more. Luckily for me, I will always have the stories and I will also continue to hear their laughter and I will carry that for the rest of my days.
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Tana jones left a message on September 7, 2021:
Aunt Wilma, I am so sorry for the loss of John. My deepest sympathies and prayers. Love you, Tana (Thames) Jones
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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