Daniel Lewis Polovina
February 13, 1934 – July 9, 2020
Daniel Lewis Polovina, 86, of Everman, Texas on Thursday, July 9, 2020 at 9:15 pm died peacefully at his home. He was born February 13, 1934 in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania to Rade (Fred) and Dorothy Polovina (Medich).
Daniel was a widower. He married in 1952 to Betty Jean Polovina and married in 1960 to Maryedda Polovina. He was a professional Truck Driver, he worked in the Wood Panel Industry, and Molded Plastic Industry. Dan also served in the U S Air Force out of Wichita Falls, TX.
Daniel is survived by his siblings Clarence Lee and Susan Polovina, Ramona Polovina & Paula Polovina (sister-in-law); children Betty “Cookie” Polovina, Yolanda Polovina, William L. Polovina, Dorothy J. Y. Polovina, Shirley L. Silva and David Silva, Glenn L. Polovina and Sonia Y. Polovina; grandchildren Kevin Polovina, Daniel and Crystal Polovina, Christine Batchelor, Steven and Karina Polovina, Matthew and Tianna Polovina, Michelle & Marcelles Murdock, Daniel A. Silva and Dawson Polovina; great grandchildren Colton and Chelsea Polovina, Jacob and Jaden Polovina, Andrea, Brianna and Hunter Batchelor, Jocelynn, Bella and Lily Polovina.
He is predeceased by his parents Rade (Fred) and Dorothy Polovina; siblings Natalie Scott, Joseph Polovina, Mildred Spolnick, Fred Polovina, Mark Polovina, John Stanford Polovina; wives Betty J. Polovina, Maryedda Polovina; children Daniel L. Polovina, Jr., Dennis Polovina, Jo Ann Polovina; great granddaughter Alysa Batchelor.
Graveside Service will he held on Friday July 17, 2020 at 9:00 am at Shannon Rose Hill Cemetery, Fort Worth TX. A Virtual Zoom Private Service will be held by Forest Hills Congregation Ft Worth TX on Saturday July 18, 2020 1PM.
Dan was a family man and very industrious. He loved the outdoors. He had a special passion for golf. Although retired, he learned to have a love for Bible reading and study. Dan symbolized his dedication of his life to his Creator, Jehovah and was baptized as one of Jehovah’s Witness on August 11, 2012. He had a large spiritual family at the Forest Hills Congregation in Fort Worth, Texas.
Friday, July 17, 2020