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Daniel R Sleezer, 56, of Gloversville, passed away Sunday, January 29, 2023 in a Car Accident

Daniel R Sleezer, 56 of Gloversville was killed in a car accident on Sunday January 29th 2023. He was the youngest son of Richard R and Jane G Sleezer and leaves behind five siblings including Michael (Candace), Richard A, Teresa Tebo (David), Kathleen and Snell Snell as well as numerous nieces and nephews.

Early Life and Education

Daniel Sleezer was born in Winslow, Pennsylvania in 1938 and attended the University of Pennsylvania to study political science and economics before enlisting with the United States Marine Corps; earning himself the Purple Heart medal during service. Sleezer passed away January 29th 2023 in Gloversville New York after leaving behind his children Michael, Richard A, Teresa Tebo Kathleen Snell Snell Stephen along with Sam DiScioscia Danny Whitman John DiScioscia Jean Farrar as well as nieces nephews many friends to remember him fondly at Amico Funeral Home with burial taking place at Green Lawn Cemetery 71 years old.

Daniel Sleezer’s family has generously contributed funds and scholarships for students attending Penn and other schools.

Professional Career

Sleezer was employed at Price Chopper Supermarket in Gloversville for 39 years. A very likable individual, he made every person feel special he interacted with feel appreciated and special. An avid Elton John fan who also loved singing karaoke. Michael Sleezer and Richard Sleezer along with Kathleen Sleezer Snell (his sister) survive him; so do many nieces and nephews he considered family; unfortunately he passed away January 29, 2023.

Personal Life

On January 29th 2023, Daniel Sleezer suddenly passed away, leaving behind family and friends to grieve his unexpected and profoundly saddening passing at 69 years old. His sudden departure came as an unexpected shock and tragedy. Daniel leaves behind Jane G Sleezer as well as four sons- Michael, Richard, Teresa Tebo and Kathleen- Snell- Snell as well as two daughters Joan Bilger and Geraldine Onion; seven grandchildren as well as several nieces and nephews to mourn his passing.

He enjoyed volunteering at the Iowa Pork tent at the Iowa State Fair, watching Chicago Bears and Iowa Hawkeyes football games, playing cards, grilling out, visiting with family, collecting antiques and coins as a hobby, attending Memorial Presbyterian Church of Gloversville as a member and deacon, collecting antiques and coins; being an avid collector.

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