July 12, 1958 – October 1, 2019
Pauline F. Daniel, 61, of Tallahassee, Florida, passed away October 1, 2019, at Tallahassee Memorial Hospital. She was born in Granite City, Illinois on July 12, 1958. Pauline was a 1977 graduate of Triad High School in St. Jacob, Illinois. She was married to Glenn Daniel on February 10, 1978. Pauline worked in health care as a CNA for Madison County Nursing Home after which she made a career in retail working for Walmart. She was a member of American Legion Aux., volunteered for Veterans Events Tallahassee, and had a passion for crochet and her three puppies Susie, Toby, and Pebbles. Pauline was preceded in death by her father Peyton R. House and mother Rose Mary House. She is survived by two sons Jarrod (Kristie) Daniel of St. Jacob, Illinois and Peter Daniel of Tallahassee, Florida, two grandchildren Kailey and Collin, three brothers John (Nora) House of St. Louis, Missouri, Dennis (Jenniffer) House of Kincaid, Illinois and James (Lisa) House of New Bedford, Mass. and one sister Ida House of Edwardsville, Illinois.
- Celebration of Life Saturday, October 12, 2019
October 12, 2019
My cousin Pauline's life here on Earth was cut short. However, it was a full and loving life. I remember lots of laughter growing up. Trips to the park and candy store with Grandpa John. Many Christmas celebrations. Running around Marine on bicycles on warm summer days. Many family celebrations including our grandparents anniversary party when our parents and other aunts didn't notice how many times the ýoungsters had a sip of wine. Pauline had an adventurous spirit, loved music and her family. She devoted her life to taking care of others. Even when she was struggling a few years back, she had encouraging words for me via a phone call. I am so fortunate that I got to spend some time with her this past June when we were both in Edwardsville at the same time. I am grateful for all of the memories I have of spending time with her. They enrich my life and encourage me to live life to the fullest. I am grateful that she is now at peace with her parents, my dad and our grandparents in Heaven. I will forever hear her laughter and think of her smile. Love you, Pauline. And to her siblings, children and husband, Glenn, may you find comfort in all the many, many happy memories and knowing that you are well loved by her and those of us still here.