William Henry McDaniel Jr.
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J. Henry Stuhr Downtown Chapel
232 Calhoun Street
Charleston, SC
William Henry McDaniel, Jr. , 77, of Charleston, SC Wednesday October 20. Stuhr's Downtown Chapel. *DATE OF DEATH 10/20/2021*
Published by Charleston Post & Courier on Oct. 26, 2021.
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Just learned of Bill´s death. He was always ready to greet you with such a big and loving smile. He will be missed. Linda Giltner
Linda Giltner
November 3, 2021
Maureen, we have been apart in miles and contact, but you and Bill were always in our hearts and prayers! He was a great man with a huge heart to all in need. Keeping you in our prayers always.
Rod and Diane Allen
November 2, 2021
Jimmy and I were so sad to hear of Bill's passing. We have enjoyed our friendship with him and with you, Maureen, over the years. I know this is a sad time for you, Bill's children and your children. Please know we have all of you in our prayers. Love, Ann Muir
Ann Muir
Friend
November 1, 2021
Maureen & Family, We were saddened to hear of Bill's passing and offer our condolences. May the wonderful memories help ease your pain during this difficult time. Deepest sympathy, Glenda & Billy Oltmann
Glenda & Billy Oltmann
Friend
October 31, 2021
Maureen, We just heard about Bill and we are so sad. We have such wonderful memories of being with the two of you...your wedding, Honduras Medical Missions, the two of you helping us move, too many good times to mention them all. Love & hugs to you, MIke & Kitti
Kitti & Mike Mullins
Friend
October 30, 2021
Oren and I are so very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. Prayers for you and your family during this difficult time.
Susan wood
Friend
October 28, 2021
Maureen, we were very sorry to hear of Bill's passing. He was kind, generous and courageous. His leadership and passion for all things Scottish were inspirational. We have many fond memories of Scottish Games, AGMs, and other Clan Donald functions with both of you. Many a story and laugh shared at the tent or over a drink. He will be sorely missed by all who know him.
Carl, Sigrid, Cameron & Gillian McAllister
Friend
October 28, 2021
Maureen, so sorry to hear of Bill´s passing. We live in RI now, but will be thinking of you in the upcoming days
Marilyn Schmitt
October 28, 2021
I'm so sorry for the loss of Bill. I met him about 35 years ago when I moved to Charleston and began my first job in banking. He was always a nice man that I admired.
Diane Owens
Work
October 27, 2021
I have so many fond memories of Bill and Maureen! He added blessings to so many lives! God hold U in His arms of love and peace Love, Robbie
Robbie Staubes
Friend
October 27, 2021
A True Charleston Gentleman .
Grange Simons, 111 Lucas
Friend
October 27, 2021
We were sorry to hear about the loss of your special loved one. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Take care, Neely/Nick, Marie and Ashley Thompson
Marie Thompson
Friend
October 27, 2021
Our Sympathy to Bill McDaniel Family and Maureen. We loved Bill so much. A great gentleman and a mentor. Love and prayers to you all.
Dave & Cheri McDaniel
Friend
October 27, 2021
Bill was a warm and caring friend. We will miss him at Scottish activities. Our condolences to Maureen on the loss of a truly nice guy. Ralph and Dorna Comp
Ralph Comp
Friend
October 27, 2021
We were sorry to hear about the loss of your special loved one. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Take care, Neely/Nick, Marie and Ashley Thompson
Marie Thompson
Friend
October 26, 2021
With our heartfelt love and deepest sympathy!
Doug and Barbara
Barbara Beckley
Friend
October 26, 2021
A longtime friend & fellow banker, Bill was the best. His devotion to his charities was second to none. We saw him many times at the Miracle League games. His wearing of the kilt was always neat. He will be missed.
Elton & Kathy Carrier
Friend
October 26, 2021
I first met Bill at 33 Charlotte St in 1967. I recall an upstanding young banker who was willing to accept two young submarine sailors as neighbors and friends. He welcomed us (Barry and Joe) to Charleston and even invited us to his parents home for Sunday lunch. I still remember his mother's sweet tea and plastic glasses. In recent years, we have enjoyed Bill and Maureen's visits to the annual Alexandria Scottish walk. Bill was a good family man who loved children and is well remembered.
Joseph DeBor
Friend
October 25, 2021
Bill was one of the first members of the Scottish Society of Charleston we met. When one thinks of class and warmth, we think of Bill. He was there when I (Bill) first put on my kilt and he respectfully told me I had it on backwards. When we think of the SSOC, we think of Bill, he was front and center for many years. Our deepest condolences to his sole mate Maureen and their family. A sad time on both sides of the Atlantic. Sincerely, Bill and Lynn Pitt
Bill and Lynn Pitt
Friend
October 25, 2021
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