July 25, 1949 ~ March 21, 2019

Born in: Chicago, IL
Resided in: Westminster, CO

Daniel D. Ziegler, 69, passed away on March 21, 2019.

Daniel D. Ziegler, dearest father of Sherry (Christopher) Isaacs, grandfather of Rain and Echo Isaacs, cherished brother of Marilyn (Gerald) Ziegler-Mikols. Loving uncle of Jeffrey, Gregory and Gerald Jr. Mikols and David Ziegler and a great uncle of Gregory Jr., Kaitlin and Karina Mikols. He was born in Chicago, IL and retired from the BNSF Railroad in 2009.

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  1. My condolences to the family in this difficult time. There is a promise from god that provides comfort Rev 21:3,4 And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes, and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore. The former things have passed away.”

  2. Daniel went to high school with John Platt, and introduced us to one another. We have been married 46 years, thanks to that introduction.
    A group of us went to the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago to protest the illegal Vietnam war. The protesters were outnumbered by the police 3 to 1. In the charge against the protesters, Dan was caught and thrown into a police wagon, and disappeared for a few days. We were all worried about him. (No cellphones back then!) Thousands had been arrested. When he finally showed up, he said the protesters had been kept in the basement under the city morgue, since there was not enough room in the jail. Ironically, his police record kept him out of the war.
    Here is a movie of Allen Ginsburg chanting for peace on the shore of Lake Michigan, with Dan just behind him on the right. Rest in Peace, old friend!
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sI4qC4wQMnw&t=16s

  3. Sorry for your loss, our prayers & thoughts are with your family. God Bless, Take Care, let the Lord walk with you & give you comfort. Joe & Kay CV Nolasco🙏👫💏

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