The funeral for Mrs. Adelaide M. Dano, 72, of the Allen Road, who died Wednesday evening at the Samaritan Medical Center, will be at 3pm Saturday, April 8th, at the T.R. Jetty Funeral Home in Clayton with Dr. Charles Moehs, CLM officiating. Calling hours will be held from 1pm until the time of the service at the funeral home.
A Spring burial will be at Perch River Cemetery.
Adelaide was born February 7th, 1945, in the Town of Brownville, daughter of Bonaparte and Hazel Wood Kalk. She graduated from Brownville schools.
On July 22nd, 1962, she married James Dano at the Clayton Methodist Church. He died April 6th, 2013 at age 72.
She worked years ago at Ridgeline Industries in Clayton, and mainly was a housewife taking care of her children.
Adelaide enjoyed bingo, crocheting, knitting, and most importantly spending time with her family.
Surviving are five sons, Michael (Colleen), Steven, and Ronald, all of Perch River, Edward and his companion Cindy Doss of Missouri, and James (Susan) of Middletown; ten grandchildren; four great grandchildren; one sister, Lillian Hunt of Evans Mills; two brothers, Howard (Geisla) of Nebraska, and George (Dorothy) of Carthage; nieces and nephews; also, seven step siblings.
Two brothers, Lawrence and Ronald, and one sister Patricia Brown, died before her.
Donations can be made in her name to the Children’s Miracle Network or St. Judes Children’s Hospital.
Eunice S. Murray
To the Dano family,
We are so sorry about the passing of Addie. She took good care of my grandson Nicholas since he was born.and appreciate everything she did for him. Our sympathy goes out to all of you. God Bless Eunie Murray & Donni Delaney
Prayers and love to all. I will be there. Jannette
Prayers to all the Danos. James , I was your Head Start teacher who came into your home many years ago. I stopped to see your Mom about 20 years ago. Loved your Mom and Dad. They were great parents. I attended your High School graduation and was so proud of you as were your Mom and Dad. I am now in my mid 80’s and find it hard to walk or I would attend the service. My best to you and your family!
I can remember many times everyone getting together at perch river and having big meals cooked by aunt gabby or the penny poker we all played she was one amazing person strong willed and caring she definitely influencemy life
Steve and family,
I am very sorry to hear about the loss of your Mother. I remember spending the
night at your house several times when we went to school together. I always thought
a lot about your Mom and Dad. Our prayers are with you.