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Celebrating the life of
Daryl Robert Lusk, Sr.
September 29, 1956 - January 21, 2018
Command Sergeant Major (Retired)
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Visitation
  • 4:00pm - 6:00pm - Sunday, January 28, 2018
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Funeral Service
  • 10:30am - Monday, January 29, 2018
  • Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
  • 7200 Hodgson Memorial Drive (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31406

  • 912-352-7200
  • Interment
  • 1:00pm - Monday, January 29, 2018
  • Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery
  • 8819 US Hwy 301 (Map)
    Glennville, Georgia 30427

  • 912-654-5398

Offering our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Lusk family. May the love of family and friends as well as the words at “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3” continue to help you get through these most difficult times.

, ,

RIP Daryl...

CSM (Ret) Sam Perrotta , Richmond Hill , Ga

We share are deepest condolences to the Lusk family in the time of need and we are praying for you!

Baker Family, Jesup, Ga

We share are deepest condolences to the Lusk family in the time of need and we are praying for you!

Baker Family, Jesup, Ga

My Deepest Condolences to you and your family. cousin of Winsome Bright-friend of the family.

J.O. Allen, Franklin , MA

Dear Carmen, May the God of love bring you peace as you mourn the loss of your husband, your friend and confidant. As you reflect on the many years you spent together may the memories of the good times and even the difficult times help to bring you some comfort. God bless you and your family. Winsome's friend. Rose.

Zethroy and Rose Wedderburn, Uniondale, New York

My prayers go out to Daryl’s family. I enjoyed every interaction with Daryl. He took the time to convey sage advice when I received my first Command Sergeant Major position. I recognized from our first conversation that he was a dedicated family man and a true professional. He will be missed by everyone that had the privilege to meet and work with him.

Louis Felicioni, Corpus Christi, TX

From throwing snowballs at him in Bosnia, to supporting many military ceremonies throughout Ft. Stewart and Hunter AAF. He always cared for each and every member of his team and I will always remember the talks about life and marriage. Condolences to the Lusk Family.

Chris Hartley, Jr., Claxton, GA

Gone ahead but not forgotten. May the family find comfort in this time of loss. Peace and love.

Kenneth and Pat Walker, San Antonio, Tx

My sincere condolences to your family on this painful loss and may the promise of our lord and savior Jesus Christ at John 5:28,29 bring you some peace and please visit www.jw.org for more comforting promises.

Henry, , GA

Dear Carmen, Lisa & Daryl Jr. on behalf of the Hawkins family we send our sincere condolences for your loss. Remember we are here if you all need anything. Hugs and Love,

Steven & Sabrina Hawkins, Hinesville, GA

I'm so sorry for your loss as Daryl was a good man and neighbor. Mrs. Lusk I am right next door if there is anything I can help you or the family with. I am glad I did get a chance to talk with you and Daryl during the holiday seasons and know he will be greatly be missed.

Terrell, Savannah, GA

I'm so sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in the scripture found at John 5:28,29. There Jehovah has made a promise that will soon be a reality. I hope this helps. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

CSM Lusk was my Sergeant Major during my time in the Combat Aviation Brigade. He was a great mentor and Soldier. I had the opportunity to drop by his home to visit him during the holiday season after his wife and son had notified me of his illness. During our visit we joked about a few things but what I liked most was singing the Dog Face Soldier Song with him one last time! May he Rest In Peace and God continue to watch his family.

1SG (Ret) DENNIS LITTLE, Savannah , Ga

Daryl my Brotherinlaw was the best men I had ever known always smiling , a kind word and very helpful to everyone in need he was a good listener too .I'm so sad of his passing he will be greatly missed .My heart goes out to my sister Carmen,Lisa,DarylJR,Hunter and Nolan.Stay strong,Love,Uta

Uta Brooks, Idaho Falls, Id

Dear Carmen, Lisa, and Daryl....Oh how I wish this wasn't your reality. He adored his family and was such a proud Grandpa. My family and I are praying for you. I think Frank met him at the gate with a rod and reel & a stogie. Love & prayers, Leslie

Leslie Terranova, Pooler, GA

Carmen, Lisa & Daryl Jr. We were so blessed to have been able to have known Daryl and see his smiling face almost every day of the past 11 1/2 years. It always made me smile to see him tending to your yard or playing with Hunter out front or just standing in the driveway talking Army or his Camaro. He was always so happy and a joy to talk to. We love you all and our hearts are so saddened with your loss. There will forever be a hole that everyone who met him will feel. Thank you for sharing him with us and know we have you in our thoughts and prayers. If there’s anything you need, please reach out and know we’ll always be here. We love you.

Missy & Rick Mallick, Savannah, GA

Dear Carmen and family, On behalf of the entire Bannon family, we send our sincere condolences for your loss. Daryl will always be remembered as a dedicated soldier and loyal friend who had a significant impact on Robert and all those who had the privilege of knowing him. Keeping you all in our prayers. With deepest sympathy, Liz and George Bannon

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Carmen and family, Pat and I are deeply sorry for your loss. Daryl was a brother, friend, family member and soldier to us. It was a great pleasure to have known Daryl since the 10th grade, in high school. Daryl and I served in the 101st Airborne Division together. Pat and I shared wonderful, long lasting memories with Daryl and his family while both being assigned to Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. I was honored to have administered the oath of office to Daryl's re-enlistment at the 101st. Daryl's timid, humble, selfless character was prevalent throughout his career. His courage did not go unnoticed in Somalia, where he was OPSEC/OPCON to Delta Force and to the Rangers of the U.S. Army. Daryl was a soldier's soldier. My Dad and Mom revered Daryl as a son. My brother, sisters, Pat and I revered Daryl as a brother. Our condolences are with Carmen and the kids. To Carmen, Lisa, Hunter, Daryl Jr., Ashley and Nolan, our sympathies and prayers are with you. Daryl's candor will be sorely missed in the family. The U.S. Army and this country has truly lost a stellar individual. Daryl is in heaven now, resting in peace and our prayers are with him. God bless Daryl and the Lusk family. Love, Jimmy and Pat

Jimmy and Pat Martinez, Pueblo, CO

Mrs. Lusk my deepest condolences to you and your family. CSM(R Lusk was a wonderful man that took great pride in mentoring Soldiers of all rank on a daily basis.I will never forget those wonderful days just listening to his wise council and love for Soldiers and their families. He will truly be missed by all that encountered him. May God continue to watch over his amazing and beautiful family.

CSM(R) Richard Harris, 67 Gunner Dr, Fort Mitchell , Al

R.I.P. Retired CSM LUSK Thanks for your Mentorship while I was under your Command. You will be deeply missed.

1SG Retired D. Baldwin , , Florida

I met him at Hunter Army Airfield and despite him being CSM he was humble and always gave me great advice on my army career. When I ran into him again we were both civilians and he was still the same great person. He will truly be missed but he has left behind a great legacy for the whole family to be proud of thank you for sharing him with the soldiers!

Ashlei Shaw, Savannah , GA

It was an absolute honor to meet all of you, and a privilege to be a witness to the overwhelming love of the Lusk family. My prayers of peace and comfort will always be with you. Aja White RN Case Manager Georgia Hospice Care

Aja White, ,

Rest In Peace CSM, you’ll be missed. Until Valhalla. Deepest sympathies to the family.

Ed Garner, Colorado Springs , CO

My deepest sympathies go out to your entire family. I know words cannot comfort you enough at this time, but CSM Lusk had such a positive influence on so many people through his service to our country. Without your support he would not have been so successful. I am proud to have called him my brother-in-arms, my mentor, and my friend. I will miss him?

Barbara Gines, Vero Beach, Florida

Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends and family for strength, and always remember how much you are loved and how much he loved you. We can never get back the ones we have lost, but we can find comfort in knowing they are at peace.

Sidney Cowan, Jacksonville, Fl

My condolences to the Lusk Family.

Richard Bender, Pensacola , Fl

Lusk family. I am so sorry about Mr Lusk. I pray for God's continued comfort, grace and strength to get through a difficult time. Joshua 1:9

Renee Ingle, Savannah, GA

My condolences to such a special person and his family . It hurts me to know I won’t get a chance to say goodbye to a person I’m honored to have known . In the time I was lucky enough to be a part of his life , we played golf several times . He never spoke of golf . He would only speak of my family, his family and what was important in life. It was such an honor to be around someone who had traveled the world and defended our country for over 30 years .Yet , he would only speak of the importance of commitment to family and dedication to your children. I always wondered how he kept such a positive attitude after seeing so much tradgety in his years defending this great country . The truth is , he was a genuine soldier and a real hero. Like Daryl , my mother died of cancer as well . At the time of my mother’s death in 2013 , Daryl was deployed. . With all of his stress and separation from his family , he made it a priority to track my email down and messaged me his thoughts and prayers . It really helped me get through a hard time . I wasn’t related to him and it wasn’t expected. That’s just who he was . Not many tough men would go out of their way to help someone like me who wasn’t related to him. I thank God for allowing me to know him and his great family . Lisa , Daryl Jr , Carmen , Hunter, I’m so sorry for the loss of your rock , your husband and your hero . I’ll never forget the generosity and the love this man and you all showed me . This hero is in heaven, and I pray everyday for you all to find peace and acceptance.

Craig Allen , Savannah, Georgia

I am so sorry for your families painful loss. I know this journey has been challenging, but l pray you find peace in knowing that your husband and Daddy left behind a legacy that will be carried out through each of you! He will truely be missed!

The Lark Family, , TX

I am deeply sadden for your family's loss. He was a wonderful person. Stay strong and my family is praying for your family.

Consquela Latson, Hinesville, GA

The boys and I are so saddened by the loss of Daryl. I so enjoyed our time being stationed together at FT Drum, NY. Many memories were made with an amazing family. Daryl was an example of husband, father and friend to all around him. He will be missed by so many. God bless to you all!

Earley (Varns) McNare, North Platte , NE

Daryl, We are very sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. We know this is a extremely difficult time for you and your family. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Be strong and take care. Lonnie,Jennie and LeeAnna Harn

Lonnie Harn, Guyton, GA

The world has lost a great leader someone who I was proud to have served under. He will be missed.

Charlene , Fayetteville , N.C.

We are deeply saddened by the loss your family has experienced, and at the same time, grateful for having the fortunate pleasure of getting to know Daryl. He was an incredible man, and touched so many people’s lives in a positive way. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Daryl will never be replaced and will never be forgotten.

Wade and Christine Ziegler, Savannah, GA

I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family. Darryl was such a spiritual and kind person. He always shared the love he had for his family. May God bless the family. Please cherish and hold on to your memories. If I can do anything please let me know. I may be contact at 912-844-1006.

Sophia Davis, Richmond Hill, GA

Command Sergeant Major (Retired) Daryl Robert Lusk Sr., 61, passed away peacefully January 21, 2018 surrounded by his family at home under the care of hospice.

Daryl was born in McKeesport, Pennsylvania on September 29, 1956 to Genevieve Smith. As an Army brat, he grew up at numerous Army posts in the United States and Europe. He entered the Army in October 1975 and served his country honorably for 32 years. He participated in numerous combat and contingency operations throughout his distinguished career including Operation Iraqi Freedom, Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan, Bosnia, and Haiti.  Daryl loved being a soldier and he made many lasting friendships during his amazing career.  After 30 years of service, Daryl volunteered to extend his enlistment and return to Iraq with his unit for a second time in three years. He led his unit through a yearlong deployment without losing a single soldier. Daryl retired as a Command Sergeant Major in 2007. He held an Associate’s Degree from Regents College in Albany, New York. He also held a Bachelor’s of Science from Eastern Kentucky University.

After retiring from the Army, he started his second career as a Safety Officer with the 3rd Infantry Division at Ft. Stewart where he was medically retired after his diagnosis. Daryl enjoyed spending time with his family, traveling, and a good meal. He was an avid sports fan. He enjoyed watching his Denver Broncos and anyone playing baseball. He enjoyed playing golf with the boys, where he would enjoy a cigar or two. He loved listening to music and also enjoyed the occasional bird watching session from his chair on the patio.

Daryl is survived by his high school sweetheart, Carmen Jean Martinez of 40 years, his daughter Lisa of Pooler, GA ; His son Daryl, Jr. and wife Ashley of Richmond Hill, Ga; two grandsons, Hunter and Nolan. He is also survived by his sister Rhonda and husband Rick, of Colorado Springs, CO; Sisters-in-law Uta Brooks and Patty Galarza; brother-in-law Jimmy Martinez and wife Pat; and brother-in-law Terry Martinez and wife Suzan, and by several nieces and nephews.

The family will receive friends from 4-6 PM on January 28, 2018 at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel.

The funeral service will be at 10:30 AM on Monday, January 29, 2018, , at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel.

Interment will follow in Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 8819 U.S. Highway 301, Glennville, GA 30427, at 1:00 PM.

The family has asked that in lieu of flowers, donations be made in Daryl’s honor to The Glioblastoma Foundation. (Glioblastomafoundation.org)

The family would also like to extend a very special thank you to the wonderful medical professionals that have provided excellent medical care since Daryl’s diagnosis. His medical team included Michael Errico, DO; Louis G. Horne, IV, M.D.; Grant C. Lewis, M.D; Joshua McKenzie, M.D; Dana Coleman, R.N. and the entire Neuro-ICU nursing team at St. Joseph’s hospital. The family would also like to express their gratitude for the amazing care provided by Georgia Hospice Care.

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Offering our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Lusk family. May the love of family and friends as well as the words at “Psalm 147:3” and “2 Corinthians 1:3” continue to help you get through these most difficult times.

, ,

RIP Daryl...

CSM (Ret) Sam Perrotta , Richmond Hill , Ga

We share are deepest condolences to the Lusk family in the time of need and we are praying for you!

Baker Family, Jesup, Ga

We share are deepest condolences to the Lusk family in the time of need and we are praying for you!

Baker Family, Jesup, Ga

Candle tribute lit by RET SFC Baker, David 2004-2008 — Georgia

My Deepest Condolences to you and your family. cousin of Winsome Bright-friend of the family.

J.O. Allen, Franklin , MA

Dear Carmen, May the God of love bring you peace as you mourn the loss of your husband, your friend and confidant. As you reflect on the many years you spent together may the memories of the good times and even the difficult times help to bring you some comfort. God bless you and your family. Winsome's friend. Rose.

Zethroy and Rose Wedderburn, Uniondale, New York

My prayers go out to Daryl’s family. I enjoyed every interaction with Daryl. He took the time to convey sage advice when I received my first Command Sergeant Major position. I recognized from our first conversation that he was a dedicated family man and a true professional. He will be missed by everyone that had the privilege to meet and work with him.

Louis Felicioni, Corpus Christi, TX

Candle tribute lit by 1SG(Ret) Timothy Bell — Alabama

Candle tribute lit by Chris and Lashonda Hartley — Georgia

From throwing snowballs at him in Bosnia, to supporting many military ceremonies throughout Ft. Stewart and Hunter AAF. He always cared for each and every member of his team and I will always remember the talks about life and marriage. Condolences to the Lusk Family.

Chris Hartley, Jr., Claxton, GA

Gone ahead but not forgotten. May the family find comfort in this time of loss. Peace and love.

Kenneth and Pat Walker, San Antonio, Tx

My sincere condolences to your family on this painful loss and may the promise of our lord and savior Jesus Christ at John 5:28,29 bring you some peace and please visit www.jw.org for more comforting promises.

Henry, , GA

Dear Carmen, Lisa & Daryl Jr. on behalf of the Hawkins family we send our sincere condolences for your loss. Remember we are here if you all need anything. Hugs and Love,

Steven & Sabrina Hawkins, Hinesville, GA

I'm so sorry for your loss as Daryl was a good man and neighbor. Mrs. Lusk I am right next door if there is anything I can help you or the family with. I am glad I did get a chance to talk with you and Daryl during the holiday seasons and know he will be greatly be missed.

Terrell, Savannah, GA

I'm so sorry for your loss. Please find comfort in the scripture found at John 5:28,29. There Jehovah has made a promise that will soon be a reality. I hope this helps. For more information, please visit jw.org.

Kelly , Pooler, Ga

CSM Lusk was my Sergeant Major during my time in the Combat Aviation Brigade. He was a great mentor and Soldier. I had the opportunity to drop by his home to visit him during the holiday season after his wife and son had notified me of his illness. During our visit we joked about a few things but what I liked most was singing the Dog Face Soldier Song with him one last time! May he Rest In Peace and God continue to watch his family.

1SG (Ret) DENNIS LITTLE, Savannah , Ga

Daryl my Brotherinlaw was the best men I had ever known always smiling , a kind word and very helpful to everyone in need he was a good listener too .I'm so sad of his passing he will be greatly missed .My heart goes out to my sister Carmen,Lisa,DarylJR,Hunter and Nolan.Stay strong,Love,Uta

Uta Brooks, Idaho Falls, Id

Candle tribute lit by Uta Brooks — Idaho

Candle tribute lit by Christopher Hensel — Arizona

Candle tribute lit by Leslie Terranova — Georgia

Dear Carmen, Lisa, and Daryl....Oh how I wish this wasn't your reality. He adored his family and was such a proud Grandpa. My family and I are praying for you. I think Frank met him at the gate with a rod and reel & a stogie. Love & prayers, Leslie

Leslie Terranova, Pooler, GA

Carmen, Lisa & Daryl Jr. We were so blessed to have been able to have known Daryl and see his smiling face almost every day of the past 11 1/2 years. It always made me smile to see him tending to your yard or playing with Hunter out front or just standing in the driveway talking Army or his Camaro. He was always so happy and a joy to talk to. We love you all and our hearts are so saddened with your loss. There will forever be a hole that everyone who met him will feel. Thank you for sharing him with us and know we have you in our thoughts and prayers. If there’s anything you need, please reach out and know we’ll always be here. We love you.

Missy & Rick Mallick, Savannah, GA

Dear Carmen and family, On behalf of the entire Bannon family, we send our sincere condolences for your loss. Daryl will always be remembered as a dedicated soldier and loyal friend who had a significant impact on Robert and all those who had the privilege of knowing him. Keeping you all in our prayers. With deepest sympathy, Liz and George Bannon

, ,

Carmen and family, Pat and I are deeply sorry for your loss. Daryl was a brother, friend, family member and soldier to us. It was a great pleasure to have known Daryl since the 10th grade, in high school. Daryl and I served in the 101st Airborne Division together. Pat and I shared wonderful, long lasting memories with Daryl and his family while both being assigned to Ft. Campbell, Kentucky. I was honored to have administered the oath of office to Daryl's re-enlistment at the 101st. Daryl's timid, humble, selfless character was prevalent throughout his career. His courage did not go unnoticed in Somalia, where he was OPSEC/OPCON to Delta Force and to the Rangers of the U.S. Army. Daryl was a soldier's soldier. My Dad and Mom revered Daryl as a son. My brother, sisters, Pat and I revered Daryl as a brother. Our condolences are with Carmen and the kids. To Carmen, Lisa, Hunter, Daryl Jr., Ashley and Nolan, our sympathies and prayers are with you. Daryl's candor will be sorely missed in the family. The U.S. Army and this country has truly lost a stellar individual. Daryl is in heaven now, resting in peace and our prayers are with him. God bless Daryl and the Lusk family. Love, Jimmy and Pat

Jimmy and Pat Martinez, Pueblo, CO

Mrs. Lusk my deepest condolences to you and your family. CSM(R Lusk was a wonderful man that took great pride in mentoring Soldiers of all rank on a daily basis.I will never forget those wonderful days just listening to his wise council and love for Soldiers and their families. He will truly be missed by all that encountered him. May God continue to watch over his amazing and beautiful family.

CSM(R) Richard Harris, 67 Gunner Dr, Fort Mitchell , Al

R.I.P. Retired CSM LUSK Thanks for your Mentorship while I was under your Command. You will be deeply missed.

1SG Retired D. Baldwin , , Florida

Candle tribute lit by 1SG Retired D. Baldwin — Florida

I met him at Hunter Army Airfield and despite him being CSM he was humble and always gave me great advice on my army career. When I ran into him again we were both civilians and he was still the same great person. He will truly be missed but he has left behind a great legacy for the whole family to be proud of thank you for sharing him with the soldiers!

Ashlei Shaw, Savannah , GA

It was an absolute honor to meet all of you, and a privilege to be a witness to the overwhelming love of the Lusk family. My prayers of peace and comfort will always be with you. Aja White RN Case Manager Georgia Hospice Care

Aja White, ,

Candle tribute lit by Michelle Serrano — Washington

Candle tribute lit by Mike Lynch (Georgia Hospice Care) — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Rosemary — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Jimmy and Pat — Colorado

Rest In Peace CSM, you’ll be missed. Until Valhalla. Deepest sympathies to the family.

Ed Garner, Colorado Springs , CO

My deepest sympathies go out to your entire family. I know words cannot comfort you enough at this time, but CSM Lusk had such a positive influence on so many people through his service to our country. Without your support he would not have been so successful. I am proud to have called him my brother-in-arms, my mentor, and my friend. I will miss him?

Barbara Gines, Vero Beach, Florida

Hold tight to memories for comfort, lean on your friends and family for strength, and always remember how much you are loved and how much he loved you. We can never get back the ones we have lost, but we can find comfort in knowing they are at peace.

Sidney Cowan, Jacksonville, Fl

My condolences to the Lusk Family.

Richard Bender, Pensacola , Fl

Lusk family. I am so sorry about Mr Lusk. I pray for God's continued comfort, grace and strength to get through a difficult time. Joshua 1:9

Renee Ingle, Savannah, GA

My condolences to such a special person and his family . It hurts me to know I won’t get a chance to say goodbye to a person I’m honored to have known . In the time I was lucky enough to be a part of his life , we played golf several times . He never spoke of golf . He would only speak of my family, his family and what was important in life. It was such an honor to be around someone who had traveled the world and defended our country for over 30 years .Yet , he would only speak of the importance of commitment to family and dedication to your children. I always wondered how he kept such a positive attitude after seeing so much tradgety in his years defending this great country . The truth is , he was a genuine soldier and a real hero. Like Daryl , my mother died of cancer as well . At the time of my mother’s death in 2013 , Daryl was deployed. . With all of his stress and separation from his family , he made it a priority to track my email down and messaged me his thoughts and prayers . It really helped me get through a hard time . I wasn’t related to him and it wasn’t expected. That’s just who he was . Not many tough men would go out of their way to help someone like me who wasn’t related to him. I thank God for allowing me to know him and his great family . Lisa , Daryl Jr , Carmen , Hunter, I’m so sorry for the loss of your rock , your husband and your hero . I’ll never forget the generosity and the love this man and you all showed me . This hero is in heaven, and I pray everyday for you all to find peace and acceptance.

Craig Allen , Savannah, Georgia

I am so sorry for your families painful loss. I know this journey has been challenging, but l pray you find peace in knowing that your husband and Daddy left behind a legacy that will be carried out through each of you! He will truely be missed!

The Lark Family, , TX

I am deeply sadden for your family's loss. He was a wonderful person. Stay strong and my family is praying for your family.

Consquela Latson, Hinesville, GA

Candle tribute lit by Kurt Michelle Hetager — Georgia

The boys and I are so saddened by the loss of Daryl. I so enjoyed our time being stationed together at FT Drum, NY. Many memories were made with an amazing family. Daryl was an example of husband, father and friend to all around him. He will be missed by so many. God bless to you all!

Earley (Varns) McNare, North Platte , NE

Daryl, We are very sorry to hear about the passing of your dad. We know this is a extremely difficult time for you and your family. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Be strong and take care. Lonnie,Jennie and LeeAnna Harn

Lonnie Harn, Guyton, GA

The world has lost a great leader someone who I was proud to have served under. He will be missed.

Charlene , Fayetteville , N.C.

We are deeply saddened by the loss your family has experienced, and at the same time, grateful for having the fortunate pleasure of getting to know Daryl. He was an incredible man, and touched so many people’s lives in a positive way. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Daryl will never be replaced and will never be forgotten.

Wade and Christine Ziegler, Savannah, GA

Candle tribute lit by Chris & Dillon Elmore — Georgia

Candle tribute lit by Ronda Walters — Colorado

I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family. Darryl was such a spiritual and kind person. He always shared the love he had for his family. May God bless the family. Please cherish and hold on to your memories. If I can do anything please let me know. I may be contact at 912-844-1006.

Sophia Davis, Richmond Hill, GA


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