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Anderson & Campbell Funeral Home

115 Lacey Road, Whiting, NJ

OBITUARY

Daniel J. Mooney, Jr.

April 27, 1961January 14, 2020

Daniel J. Mooney, Jr. was born on April 27, 1961 and passed away on January 14, 2020.

Services

  • Gathering Saturday, January 25, 2020
  • Services Saturday, January 25, 2020

Memories

Daniel J. Mooney, Jr.

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Len Mooney

February 8, 2020

~ Oh Danny, gone are the days we used to share,
But in our hearts you're always there.

The gates of memory will never close,
We miss you more than anyone knows.

With tender love and deep regret,
We who love you will never forget. 

Gone is the face we love so dear,
Silent the voice we loved to hear.

Too far away for sight or speech,
But not too far for love to reach.

A loss so certain and so deep,
A love too beautiful for us to keep.

Sweet the memories are so clear,
In our thoughts you're always near.

You are and always will be so deeply loved and adored. ~ ♡♡♡

~Elena~

Len Mooney

January 31, 2020

January 14, a very sad day on earth, as my most dearly beloved, so immensely deeply loved husband is now my most dearly beloved so immensely deeply loved Angel in Heaven, thus making it another joyful moment there.

Every fiber of my being loves and cherishes him so much, beyond words can ever express. We were known as the Siamese Twins as we were never without each other, even at home. Always in solidarity, we loved every second of every minute we get to do anything together, he was just so much fun to be with, always made me giggle....oh my baby, do celebrate in heaven with our Lord Jesus and all who went ahead of us.

You will be so greatly missed here....I am forever grateful for all you were to me & Ned and everyone who were blessed enough to have known you. Thank you for letting me live my best life with you. I wish you hanged on a wee bit longer, but then again, I never get enough of you, so rest in peace my Love. ♥♥♥

Annette McNeil

January 27, 2020

This past Saturday I attended a Gathering to honor the life of Daniel Mooney, a 9/11 Volunteer Firefighter, who passed away from a brain tumor linked to his heroic efforts that day. Danny and his beautiful wife, Elena, were some of my first T'ai Chi Chih students. He will always be cherished for his kindness, humanity and ability to be present in the moment. Danny, unknowingly perhaps, embodied one of TCC's premises of Awareness. Despite his failing health he reached out and grabbed experiences. He and Elena created a small community of other students who met socially. I will always remember his authentic concern for me and offers to escort me to my car when darkness descended. He also honored my teaching role and asked for a round of applause after the class had ended. Little did I know, until his service, he also had a career as an educator. Danny relished telling the story of how he and Elena met. They both loved Tom Yum Thai soup and promoted the healing qualities of it. Despite his mobility issues some days, Danny showed up and moved to the best of his abilities. He enjoyed the meditations at the end of class which seemed to soothe him. As I dedicated my TCC practices to Danny these last few days, I realized he was the teacher and I, the student. 💜🙏

Annette McNeil

January 27, 2020

This past Saturday I attended a Gathering to honor the life of Daniel Mooney, a 9/11 Volunteer Firefighter, who passed away from a brain tumor linked to his heroic efforts that day. Danny and his beautiful wife, Elena, were some of my first T'ai Chi Chih students. He will always be cherished for his kindness, humanity and ability to be present in the moment. Danny, unknowingly perhaps, embodied one of TCC's premises of Awareness. Despite his failing health he reached out and grabbed experiences. He and Elena created a small community of other students who met socially. I will always remember his authentic concern for me and offers to escort me to my car when darkness descended. He also honored my teaching role and asked for a round of applause after the class had ended. Little did I know, until his service, he also had a career as an educator. Danny relished telling the story of how he and Elena met. They both loved Tom Yum Thai soup and promoted the healing qualities of it. Despite his mobility issues some days, Danny showed up and moved to the best of his abilities. He enjoyed the meditations at the end of class which seemed to soothe him. As I dedicated my TCC practices to Danny these last few days, I realized he was the teacher and I, the student. 💜🙏

Rosie Weaver

January 19, 2020

He will be close to you right there inside your heart. Memories are something you never forget and cherish them forever. Rosie and the member of the
Bereavement Support Group, CV-VI

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY