Celebrating the life of

Daniel S. Robertson, Sr.

October 12, 1955 - August 09, 2020

Daniel S. Robertson, Sr.

Sunday, August 9th, 2020, the Robertson family lost their hero in a tragic car accident, which occurred as Danny was traveling home from a family vacation - celebrating his son's wedding.  Danny was born in Savannah, GA on October 12th, 1955. During his time on vacation, “GranDanny” told his children and grandchildren, “This is the best week of my life!” and expressed his love to all of them.

Danny was a well known community leader and a loving family man. A member of the Savannah St. Patrick's Day Parade Committee, the Jaycees, the Boy Scouts, youth sports coach, and numerous organizations over his many years of service to the community. In his spare time he enjoyed boating, live music, family time, and Friday night family dinners.  Career awards included The New England Disability Income Specialist of the Year, Life Member of the Million Dollar Roundtable, CUNA Mutual Group Presidents Council, Lincoln Financial Circle of Excellence, Pacific Life Advisory Council to name a few. 

“GranDanny” is survived by his children, Daniel and his wife Alexandra, Erin Mullis and husband Marty, Brenden, Andrew and his wife Stacie; grandchildren, Brennan, Asher, Atreiu, Campbell, Ryker, and Montana; the mother of his children, Cherise Bowman; his brothers and sisters, Edgar Charles and his wife Brinda, Karen, Pat and his wife Fran, Timmy and his wife Gisele, Martha and her husband Joe, Ginny and her husband Ron, and Tom and his wife Amy; his many cousins, nieces, nephews, and God Children; and the Live Wire Family. He was preceded in death by his parents, Edgar and Dot Robertson.

Visitation will be held Friday, August 21, from 5 to 7pm at Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel, with a Vigil Service to follow at 7pm.

A funeral mass will be held Saturday, August 22, at 11am at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church with Fr. Patrick O’Brien, celebrant. Burial will be in the Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery.

Friends, family, and members of the community are invited to join the Robertson family on Saturday evening, August 22, from 5pm - 8pm at Red Gate Farms for an outdoor CELEBRATION OF LIFE.

In lieu of flowers please donate to the Danny Robertson Memorial Fund, which will be used to disburse funds to multiple charitable organizations. For details on funeral services, to donate, or for more information visit

How Covid-19 will impact services

Thank you for your consideration.  The Robertson family is recommending that each person wear a face covering if they plan to attend any of the funeral services.  There will be a visitation in the chapel at Fox & Weeks on Friday 8/21/20 from 5-7pm.  During the visitation we will have seating available and a que for visitation that will enable everyone to pay their respects.  The funeral will be held at Blessed Sacrament at 11am on Saturday 8/22/20.  During mass, there will be limited seating.  Face coverings are requested.  Socially distanced seating will be available on a first come first served basis.  An additional area will be available for everyone if the church reaches capacity.  Following mass the burial will occur at Greenwich Cemetery.  Please practice social distance guidelines for the burial.  The Celebration of Life will occur at Red Gate Farms, outdoors, and will begin at 5pm on 8/22/20.  Face coverings are encouraged, and we will be able to practice social distancing during this event.



I just wanted to take a minute and express to all of you how very saddened I am for the loss of your Patriarch. I have tons of memories with Danny but I am most thankful for his passion for getting a lot of the musicians in Savannah started to bigger and better things. It's been a wild ride for everyone and I will forever be thankful to the Robertson family for all the opportunities that you guy's gave me! I know Danny's up there hanging with Colonel Bruce and Derrick Murphey! Much love to yall Sincerely, Andrew Gill

- Andrew Gill, Savannah, GA

Please accept our condolences. Know that Danny and you are in our prayers. Love y'all!

- Zeke and Carrie Ondriezek, Richmond Hill, Ga

Danny was one of the very first people to come to Memorial ICU when Roy was in critical condition. He was so kind as to bring a gift card for food. We had a great chat and it was such a beautiful and thoughful gift and sentiment. Although Roy didn't know, until afterward, we often talk about how Danny is such a kind and caring person. My heart breaks for his family and my wish for them is to find Peace in the beautiful memories and legacy he left. Safe home my friend. Martha and Roy Swindelle

- martha swindelle, savannah, GA

So shocked and saddened to learn of Danny's passing! Thoughts and condolences to all family and friends.

- Andy Woods, Savannah, GA

Prayers for all the Robertson family, we all lost a good one in Danny, me and him been friends since kindergarten he will be missed , Sigbert and Margie All

- Sigbert All, Townsend, GA

Words can not express my sorrow for your loss. My prayers and love goes out to you and your family.

- Tina Wells, Bluffton , South Carolina

I will always remember the good times I had with Danny. My prayers for the family.

- Brad Wittfeld, Savannah, GA

Dear All, Danny loved each and every one of you. If you ever ran into him, with that gorgeous smile, you were going to be there a minute. He always asked about my family and I his. He loved to tell me about the band, the children, the grandchildren, and other adventures. You will have plenty of stories and grand memories. While I am saddened to hear of Danny's accident...we all know that he is in a better place! Until we meet again my friend! Love to all. Vicki

- Victoria Mell McCuen, Savannah, GA

Deepest condolences to all of you! Danny was a force that could not be ignored. He loved family and never failed to tell you how much . I know you will all miss him but hope you will find comfort in the many memories you shared ! Kathy and Jack Harmon

- Kathy Harmon, Blythewood, South Carolina

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Words are useless to describe the sorrow and loss felt with the passing of our beloved friend Danny. We know he is now with his Father in heaven. He was simply a good man. He was so proud of all of you. He would light up with excitement when he talked about you all. He loved his family with all his heart. Even before you came into the world he wanted the very best for you all. Danny determinedly set about the business of providing the best he could for all of you with all his love. He had such a big heart. He enjoyed doing for others and gave freely and joyfully of his time. As we remember Danny, we think about what a big, warm and wonderful personality he had. We can see that huge smile on his friendly face. Always the optimist. Willing to help in any way. We love Danny and we love you all and pray God will continue to bless and keep you always. May your memories be as vivid as his love is for you all.

- Betty and Gary Hagin and Debbie Nease, Savannah, Georgia

We express our deepest condolences, our thoughts and prayers are with you all. Danny we thank you for all the kindness and wonderful friendships over the years, you brought so much joy to us all. It’s hard for me to find the right words to express all to great times we have had over the last 23 years that we have known the Robertson Family. From the hockey tournaments, pewee football, St.Patrick’s Day parades, boating, and of course All the live music. We are blessed to have the everlasting memories spent with you and your family. Danny thank you for being such a wonderful friend and mentor, we love and will always miss you.

- Means Family , Richmond Hill, GA

Our condolences to the Robertson clan for the loss of Danny. Wish we had gotten to know each other more. We shared a lot in common (love of family and music). Rest in peace. Uncle Steve and Aunt Jaynell.

- Stephen Baker, Asheboro, NC

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It is with deepest sympathy and prayers to the children, grandchildren, sibblings, to Alexandra his wife, Cherise and the children's spouses, I light this candle for remembrance of the light, and warmth that Danny was in other people's lives. God Bless you all.

- Betty Lewis, Townsend, Georgia

My condolences to the entire, huge, loving, Robertson family. I worked, and played, mostly with Chip and Tim, and would run into Danny only every few years. But it was always easy and fun for us to catch up on work and families. Super guy!

- Joe Rochefort, St. Helena Island, SC

My heartfelt condolences go out to the family and friends of Danny. Our friendship goes back at least 50 years. The stories we could tell..... May he rest in peace.

- Brother Logan, Savannah , Georgia

Our prayers go out to the Robertson family on the very sad loss of Danny. We knew him back in the day when he was with Cherise. I remember an upbeat, kind, and genuine guy. May HIS strength, peace, and love be with you all through this time of grieving.

- Lee Fleming Morgan and Ann Fleming, Savannah, Ga

Condolences to the Robertson family. We had some great times in the neighborhood growing up. Rest In Peace my friend.

- Mark Beall and Family , Savannah, GA

My deepest sympathy to the Robertson family. Danny was a good man. Charlie Roberts , Statham,Ga

- Charlie Roberts, Statham, Ga

My thoughts and prayers are with Robertson's families during this sad time.

- Doug Burford, Tybee Island, GA

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Prayers of deep peace and love for all who were a part of Danny’s life.

- Kelly Kilpatrick Hunt, Savannah, Georgia

So sorry to hear about Danny. My thoughts and prayers are with his family during this difficult time.

- Melissa stanton, Brunswick, GA

May the love and memories you will carry forever in your heart give you strength to walk through this time of sorrow. With heartfelt Sympathy

- Mr. & Mrs. Richard Frazier, Jr, Savannah, GA

I was so shocked and very sad when hearing of Danny passing. Memories of hanging out at German Country Club pool with Danny and Timmy came to mind. Then the numerous other times when we saw him out and always talked. He will surely be missed. May he rest in peace and prayers to the Robertson family.

- Sherrie Wilson Schwarz, Savannah, GA

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- Mercedes Mongin, Guyton, Georgia

To the family and friends of Danny, please accept my condolences. My friendship with Danny goes back more than 50 years, thru thick and thick. May he rest in peace.

- Brother Logan, Savannah, Georgia

To All the Robertson family: So sorry for your loss of Danny, the loss of our friend of the Beall family from Daffin Heights for over half a century. The Beall kids would see Danny from time to time regularly over the years up until recently and always enjoyed seeing and talking with home. Sadly missed. Wish you all the best.

- David & Carla Beall, Savannah, Georgia

Danny is an incredible force that touched so many lives and will endure in us all. One of those individuals that made us all better. I will miss you Danny!

- Doug Kopitsch, Waxhaw, Nc

Services under the direction of:

Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel