December 8, 2021

Mr. Samuel J. Daniel

(Editor’s Note: Due to weather concerns, the Funeral of Mr. Sammy Daniel has been postponed until Monday, December 10 at Noon.)

On March 19, 1941 in Heard County, Georgia, Samuel J. Daniel was born to the late, Clinton Daniel and Imogene Ware Daniel.

After an extended illness, on the morning of Sunday, December 3, 2017 at his home in Roopville, Georgia; God sent His Angels to bring His child home.

Sammy attended Mary Johnson School in Heard County, Georgia. He was employed with Southwire and Heard County School System as a bus driver until his retirement.

He joined the Ebenezer Baptist Church at an early age. Later, Sammy united with Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. He later joined Stateline Baptist Church where his wife was member. He remained an active member.

In addition to his parents, Sammy was preceded in death by his brothers, Willie Shelnutt Daniel and Tommie Lee Daniel; and sister, Emma Moreland.

Cherishing his loving memories, he leaves his very devoted and faithful wife, Luedean Daniel; one daughter, Bridget Daniel, Carrollton, GA; one son, Fredrick Daniel, Franklin, GA; seven grandchildren, Deangelo Daniel, Brandon Daniel, Kia Daniel, Kampris Daniel, Kealean Daniel, Katia Daniel, Quentavis Daniel; a close friend, Regina Brewer; three brothers, Clinton Daniel, Jr., Atlanta, GA; Horace Daniel, Fayetteville, GA; Charlie Raymond (Regina) Daniel, Franklin, GA; three sisters, Mary (Albert) Almond, Atlanta, GA; Janice (Robert) Copeland, Atlanta, GA; Frankie Wells, Atlanta, GA; sisters-in-law, Irene Leak and Mary Truitt, both of LaGrange, GA; Sylvia Harris, Roanoke, AL; brother-in-law, Kenny Burden, Roanoke, AL; and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and special friends.

The Celebration of Life Service will be Saturday, December 9 at 11:00 AM at Stateline Baptist Church in Franklin.

Lakes-Dunson-Roberston Funeral Home of Lagrange is in charge of the arrangements.


  1. To the Daniel Family:

    The parents and children of the Heard County owes Sammy a great deal of gratitude for his service to our county. I hope your hearts have peace in the midst of this earthly loss and those same hearts rejoyce in the celebration of Sammy’s life.

  2. Mr Daniel was always so nice to us as kids…. We lived on what used to be Pea Ridge road that turned into Thompson road. At that time we lived half way down the dirt road. Some kids hated having to be on the bus to take us home because it meant we would be on the dirt road and it would take a bit longer for them to get home. Mr. Daniel never once complained!!!

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