Daniel Leon Boone, age 73, passed away on Wednesday, September 2, 2020 at Pinelake Nursing and Rehabilitation.

 

Daniel was a native of Moore County.  He was a loving son, brother, uncle and friend.  He had worked at Carthage Farm Supply.  His passion was flowers; he loved to grow, arrange and share flowers with family and friends. Daniel also loved to decorate and helped many people over the years with home decorations.  He was a good cook and shared meals with his friends, as he enjoyed visiting with them.  Daniel was devoted to the care of his mother and did so until her death.   He will be remembered for his caring spirit and kind smile. Daniel was a son of the late Leon and Effie Caviness Boone and was preceded in death by brothers: Billy Boone, Fred Boone, sister: Marie Snell.

 

Daniel is survived by brother: Glenn Boone; sisters: Betty Snead-Marshall, Shirley Boone; many nieces, nephews and friends.

 

A graveside service will be held 2:00 PM, Saturday, September 5 2020 at the Boone Family Cemetery, with Pastor William Saunders officiating.

Due to COVID 19, there will be no public viewing.

 

In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts may be made to FirstHealth Hospice, 150 Applecross Road, Pinehurst, NC 28374.

 

Kennedy Funeral Home is honored to serve the Boone Family. 

 

Condolences may be made to pinesfunerals.com

 

 

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  1. Daniel, you may be gone from our sight but forever in our hearts. Until we meet again. We love you. You were such a kind and caring uncle.So many wonderful memories.

  2. Sending prayers for the family. Daniel was a neighbor and friend. He also visited and checked on others. His smiling face and generosity will be missed. I can see him tending to the flowers in God’s garden.

  3. To the family of Daniel, you are in our prayers. He was a loving caring cousin and good friend. He loved everyone and would assist in any way he could to help others. Many times he would fix flowers for the graves of others and kept the Boone cemetery decorated and clean as could be. He was a true Christian and is with Effie and other family now. Love and sympathy, Jean Boone, Don Boone, Randy Boone Johnny Boone ,Jack Boone, Amelia Boone and friend Bradie Taylor

  4. Just heard about Daniel and so sorry to hear it. Daniel and I grew up within rock-throwing distance from each other and I ‘ve known him since I was old enough to even know what that meant! I left the area for college, military, marriage, etc., and haven’t lived around there in a very long time. When I would return home for a visit, Daniel would somehow know and would come “down the road” for a visit! My wife and I always enjoyed seeing him on those occasions! He was a talented person.

  5. Daniel we will surely miss you. you were a wonderful neighbor and good friend to us . We know that you are with God now and at peace . We live you !!we will see you again !!

  6. He was always friendly and nice each time I saw him. I know his Mother cherished him and he cherished his Mother also. Prayers for his family and friends!!!

    Paul and Linda Horner

  7. Daniel was a kind soul….
    Friendly, compassionate & giving. His kind words & outward expressions of love for my family will always be cherished. He is already missed, but we will hold to the fond memories of him.
    Our sympathy to The Boone Family ♥️♥️♥️

  8. Daniel, you are really going to missed by me. No one could ask for a sweet, loving brother any better then you. I’m going to miss you at Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas. Who is going to help me decorate my Christmas tree? Who is going to help me prepare Christmas dinner? I love you Daniel and I will meet you in heaven.

  9. Daniel honey, I love you with all of my heart and everytime I look at a beautiful flower I will think of you. You are gone but never forgotten.

  10. Daniel was a kind and gentle soul. We just learned of his passing. He will be missed in the neighborhood. Heaven has gained an angel. Gail and Ricky

  11. Daniel, I will always miss you. I was very blessed to have you as a brother. I will always treasure the memories of times spent together and would not trade them for the world.

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