Daphna Sue Daniels
Daphna Sue Daniels, 58 of Kemp, Texas went home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on July 30th, 2022.
Daphna was born to Gary Thornton and Delois Jock on June 12, 1964, in Murchison, Texas. She attended the small school with her sisters, Tammy and Connie. Daphna participated in FFA and enjoyed playing on the basketball team. She was also a huge fan of the outdoors. She enjoyed hiking, fishing, hunting, and loved celebrating Christmas, playing in the snow and taking trips to Colorado as often as possible. Daphna loved spending time with her grandparents learning how to crochet and garden. Daphna attended Trinity Valley Community College, where she received an Associate Degree in Nursing while raising her 3 young children and battling and defeating cancer. After graduating college in May of 1989, she began her career as a respected nurse and went on to marry her beloved husband and best friend, Jerry Daniels.
Daphna was fiercely independent she devoted her life to her family, especially her two beloved grandsons and the Lord, she came to Christ at 9 years old and was truly a blessing to all. She loved sharing the word of God in her home and her community and left a trail of faithfulness to God everywhere she would go. She successfully had the Bible added into the Kemp public school system as a history textbook. Daphna was a devout prayer warrior, made the best lasagna, and had a smile that would light up any room. She was a wonderful wife, mother, grandmother, and friend. Our lives will never be the same and the impact she has left on everyone’s lives will be felt forever.
Daphna leaves a husband of 28 yrs., Jerry L. Daniels of Kemp, TX; children, Cory Daniels of Fort Worth, TX, Wes and wife Jessica Daniels of Mabank, TX, and Heather Dodge of Fort Worth, TX; sister, Tammy Piffel of Wisconsin; and two of the greatest grandsons in the world, Statler (3yrs) and Wylder (1yrs). She also leaves behind numerous extended family and friends. Daphna will be dearly missed by all those who knew and loved her.