Video of Memorial Service for Daniel Nagel

Daniel J. Nagel, age 64, of Milwaukee, WI passed away peacefully Tuesday, January 26, 2021 at his home.

He was born on September 29, 1956 in Milwaukee; son of ElRoy and Ann Marie Zinner Nagel.

Funeral services 11AM Friday, February 5, 2021 at the POOLE FUNERAL HOME/Crematory, 203 N. Wisconsin Street, Port Washington.  Reverend Patrick Wendt of St. John XXIII parish will officiate.  Visitation 10-11AM Friday at the funeral home prior to services.  Interment Newbold Cemetery, Lake Tomahawk, WI.

Dan is survived by his sisters Theresa (Paul) Kamikawa of Winneconne (formerly of Port Washington), Katherine (the late Alan) Nagel of Irving, TX and Linda (the late John) Riccio of Carmel, IN; nieces and nephews P. Tyson (Kristine), Keith, Peter and David (Heather) Kamikawa, Jacqueline (Dan) Hintze, Claire and Matthew (Brianna) Parish; grand-nieces and nephews Isabelle, Isaac and Lily Kamikawa, Austin and Aiden Cota, Jase and Jackson Hintze, Haley Gazdzicki, Madison Nagel, Dante Marshall, Lily and Wyatt Parish, other relatives and friends.

He is preceded by his father ElRoy and his wife Roberta Ann (nee Grahl) and his mother Ann Marie, sister Mary Parish and brother John Nagel.

Thank you for the care in the Transplant Intensive Care Unit of Froedert Hospital, the quick and helpful presence of Heartland Healthcare and Hospice.  Our grateful thanks for the years of family care and love from Rooms-R-Us Adult Family Home, LLC, especially his good friend and nurse El Beauty Simpson.  Also, our special thanks to the Wauwatosa Special Olympics who guided Dan through all of the different sports through the years.  Dan especially loved the bowling, but enjoyed the company of all the coaches, especially Mr. Hass and players.

Memorials in Dan’s name to Rooms-R-Us Adult Family Home, P O Box 250865, Milwaukee, WI  53225 appreciated.


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  1. All the 30 years I coached Dan in soccer for Special Olympics, I never once heard him complain about the many medical issues he had to endure…I never saw him get angry and was always happy and eager to join his friends on the soccer field. He was respectful and a fine young man. I will miss him.

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