Daniel E. Sult
12 marzo , 1958 – 26 agosto , 2021
Daniel E. Sult, 63 of Huntington passed away on August 26, 2021 at Parkview Randallia Hospital in Fort Wayne. Daniel was a graduate of McGruder High School in Montgomery, Maryland. He served his country in the United States Army for 20 years, retiring in 1998. Dan loved to golf, fish and play football.
He was born on March 12, 1958 in Landstul, Germany, the son of the late Donald and Cora (Mullarkey) Sult, Jr.
He was united in marriage to Tamy Rider on January 22, 2000 in Huntington. Tamy survives.
Additional survivors include two sons: Matthew (Jennifer) Sult, Andrew (Christine) Sult both of Virginia; a stepdaughter: Lonna Sonningen of Huntington; three brothers: James (Donna) Sult of Duncansville, PA, Jeffrey (Grace) Sult of Chandler, AZ, Michael (Lee) Sult of Boonsboro, MD; five grandchildren: Brooklyn Sult, Joslyn Sult, Caleb Sult, Kyllie Perkins and Gabrieal Tucker.
He was preceded in death by a great granddaughter: Persiphone Tucker.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date.
Interment will be at the Pilgrims Rest Cemetery in Huntington.
In lieu of flowers memorial donations can be made out to American Heart Association in care of Myers Funeral Home, 2901 Guilford Street, Huntington, IN 46750.
- Tamy (Rider) Sult, Wife
- Matthew and Jennifer Sult, Son and Daughter-in-law
- Andrew and Christine Sult, Son and Daughter-in-law
- Lonna Sonningen, Stepdaughter
- James and Donna Sult, Brother and Sister-in-law
- Jeffrey and Grace Sult, Brother and Sister-in-law
- Michael and Lee Sult, Brother and Sister-in-law
- Donald and Cora (Mullarkey) Sult, Jr., Parents (deceased)
- Persiphone Tucker, Great Granddaughter (deceased)
- Five grandchildren: Brooklyn Sult, Joslyn Sult, Caleb Sult, Kyllie Perkins and Gabrieal Tucker
- American Heart Association
Celebration of Life At A Later Date
Daniel E. Sult
31 agosto , 2021
Such a loss of a beautiful person whose smile was so warm and would light up a room. Danny’s love for his family was so profound. Even with his physical disabilities he never missed a Sunday dinner with Mom and Dad or attend a special occasion for the family. He looked forward to calls from his sons and would be so happy to hear about the men they became. He kept in touch with all his brothers and was the only one who never forgot to call on their birthdays or just to say hello. He had so many wonderful qualities that made us proud to be related to him. We will miss you, dear Danny, but we know you are happy to be back in the arms of Mom and Dad. RIP—we love you and we will keep your memories alive. “His wings were ready but our hearts were not.”
Your brother Jim and sister-in-law, Donna,