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Daniel James Sipe
November 6, 1963 ~ November 14, 2023 (age 60) 60 Years Old
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Danny Sipe, 60, passed away on November 14, 2023, after a brief illness with cancer.
He is survived by his mother, Mary L. Sipe; his significant other, Ronda Morgan; and her daughters, Phoenix and Sierra; step-daughters, Sarah (Taylor) Gillespie, and Rebecca (Alex) Wroblewski; his sister, Sandy Carlsen and brothers, Steve and Tom; grandchildren, Aubrey, Avery, Harper, Liam, and Skyler; nieces and nephews, Tracie (Alex) Smith, Erin (Mark) Angelo, Joseph (Sierra) Sipe, Amber Carlsen, and Tim Carlsen; along with several aunts and many cousins.
He was preceded in death by his father, James E. Sipe.
Born in Akron, on November 6, 1963, Danny was the youngest of four kids. He lived in Tallmadge for most of his early life and later moved to Branson, Missouri, where he worked as a construction manager in the telecommunications industry. It didn’t hurt that he realized the fishing was very good there too. Dan’s passion for fishing was well known by friends and family alike. When he was young, his grandfather and uncle took him up to Canada several times, and I think that is where he found his love for fishing and the outdoors.
Dan was also a very hard worker and prided himself on that. But he also knew how to have fun and had a great sense of humor. He loved his family and until recently, he kept a house in Tallmadge in addition to his condo in Branson, where he stayed when visiting family and friends.
He also loved “Indians” baseball refusing to call them the “Guardians”. He shared this love of baseball with his mom as they would text back and forth during games letting each other know what they thought of the game.
Dan was very generous and would do anything for anyone, especially his family. He never wanted anything in return.
Funeral service will be 11:00 a.m., Monday, November 27, 20 23 at the Donovan Funeral Home, 17 Southwest Ave. (On the Historic Tallmadge Circle) with Pastor Dave Dickson officiating.