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  1. Dan was my first district manager at Radio Shack back in the late 1970’s. He gave me the opportunity to intern as a store manager during the summer of 1979 when I was off from Queens College. He was so impressed with my work turning a store in Glen Oaks from a money loser to a profitable enterprise that when I graduated from Queens College in January 1980 and had no clue what I wanted to do, he gave me the opportunity to become the manager of the Glendale Radio Store in Ridgewood Queens. I remember him as always being very fair and kind. My sincerest condolences to his family. May he rest in peace.

  2. It is with great sorrow we express our heart felt condolences.Danny you will be missed.Dan was a unique fella..honest and a stand up guy.I was privileged to spend time with Dan in many a priceless conversation..learning much …from his humble beginnings to a leader in corporate America..a family man that was very proud.Dan has left a piece of himself with those that surround him..God bless you Dan..The Lord is my shepherd…John & Georgina Finamore

  3. All I can say is…I LOVE YOU DANNY !!! I will always remember all the fun times you, Toni and I had. So much fun and I was so proud that you considered me a friend … and then look how special this is: I became your sister in law. If it weren’t for you and Toni, I would have never met the love of my life Jimmy Gianesses. Thank you for all the love and friendship that you have given me.You will never ever be forgotten.Primaxoxoxo

  4. You will be truly missed. You were a one of a kind person who inspired and mentored people because you loved doing it. Anyone you spoke to always learned something and became better at their craft after having a conversation with you. Anyone could see the caring and love you had for them and the business. We hope you are at peace now.

  5. Dan was a wonderful husband, Father and Grand father. I’ve known Dan for over 40 years and loved him as a friend and co-worker. He was an amazing executive managing the New York market for RadioShack. He was in charge of more than 250 stores and more than 3,000 people. He would see and deal with more things on a Tuesday afternoon then many of his counterparts would see in a week. The New York market was our biggest, most complex and best, it was because of Dan’s leadership running this high velocity market. He was such an influence on so many people’s lives while always running the business with integrity, passion and professionalism. Dan is a legend in the RadioShack history books. We liked to argue a bit, usually about the Yankees / Red Sox, Giants / Patriots or who had the better Pizza or Bagels, Boston or New York. We always found common ground though when it came to business and our families. I feel very fortunate to have known him and treasure the time we spent together. Rest in Peace Danny without no pain anymore.

  6. Rest in Peace Dan without any more pain. You were a great Husband, Father and Grand Father. We treasure our time we got to spend with you.

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