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Stephan C. McDaniel

July 29, 1965 - May 10, 2022

Stephan C. McDaniel, 56, of Hamilton passed away on May 10, 2022 at RWJ University Hospital in Hamilton.

Born in Mt. Holly, NJ he was a lifelong Hamilton Township area resident.

Stephan worked for the past 16 years at Fort Dix in the Grounds Maintenance Department. In his spare time he enjoyed spending time with his family and friends and riding or cleaning his motorcycles and truck. He was an avid gun & knife collector and liked his monster energy drinks. But, most of all he loved his family and lived for his children…they were the light of his life. He was a jokester and wise guy who made light in any situation. Stephan will always be remembered for adding amusement, laughter, love and a lot of curse words whenever he was around and that's what made him extra special and perfectly him.

Son of William M. and Elinor E. Giersch McDaniel, he is survived by his three children Joshua, Gabriella, and Noah McDaniel. He is also survived by his brother William McDaniel and his wife Lucy, brother Alvin R. McDaniel, sister, Marsha L. Pauley and her husband Jeff and brother Herman F. McDaniel and his wife Mary and one niece Virginia Standhope and husband Carl along with many other nieces and nephews; Summer, Alana, Heather, Ashley, Samantha, Hannah, Abby, Jessica, Jessie, Kerianne, Chris, Jeffrey, Gauge, Zach, Mickey, Josh, Seth, Alvin Jr. and one great nephew Jasper (George) Standhope,

Visitation for family and friends will be held on Monday evening, May 16, 2022 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Buklad-Merlino Memorial Home, 2141 South Broad Street in Hamilton.

Funeral services will be held on May 17, 2022, 11 a.m. at the memorial home with local clergy officiating.

Burial will follow in Colonial Memorial Park, Hamilton.

In the words of Stephan “As Salamu Alaykum…keep it between the ditches bitches”.

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So very sorry for his family's loss. I had the pleasure of meeting him only a few times. May he rest in peace and his family find comfort in their wonderful memories of times shared.

Jodi spalding-chevalier


David Coe
David Coe
May 16, 2022

Hey will be missed at Pride Industries.. A good man I had the pleasure of knowing him



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