Kenneth Oliver Daniels
Kenneth O. Daniels, 83, Neosho, MO, entered into rest on January 24, 2020 at his son's home, following an extended illness. Kenneth was born September 27, 1936, in Neosho, the son of Harvey and Marie (Gilmore) Daniels.
He was a lifelong area resident of Neosho where he owned and operated Foundry Tooling for over 30 years and also worked at Teledyne, in Neosho, for 20 years. He served on the New Mac Electric board for over 20 years.
Kenneth enjoyed trail riding and spending time with friends and family. He was a member of the West Union Church of Christ.
Kenneth and Glenda Daniels were married on February 14, 1958, in Diamond. She preceded him in death on February 24, 2019.
Also surviving are two sons, Keith Daniels and wife, Lisa, and Curtis Daniels, all of Neosho; four grandchildren, Kent Daniels, Kyle Daniels, Cody Daniels and Kelsie Daniels; three great-grandchildren, Kailyn, Colby and Talon; and one brother, Don Daniels and wife, Jean, of Muldrow, OK; two sisters, Elin Finley and husband, Phil, of Neosho, and Alice Williams and husband, Merlin, of Burlington, KS. He is preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Bill Daniels; and one sister, Nancy Embrey.
Services will be Wednesday, January 29, at 10 a.m. at the Clark Funeral Home Chapel of Memories. in Neosho, Larry Carlisle will officiate. Interment will be in the Kenny Cemetery. The family will receive friends Tuesday evening from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at the Clark Funeral Home Chapel, Neosho.
The family ask that in lieu of flowers, contributions in memory of Kenneth may be made to West Union Church of Christ, in care of Clark Funeral Home, PO Box 66, Neosho, Missouri 64850.
Online condolences may be posted at www.clarkfuneralhomes.com.
Services are under the direction of Clark Funeral Home, Neosho.
Published on January 26, 2020

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