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Mildred A. Daniel

August 30, 1933 – november 5, 2023

Mildred A. Daniel

Mildred A. Daniel, the beloved wife of 68 years to the late James Ray Daniel, mother, sister, grandmother, great grandmother, aunt and friend, peacefully passed away on November 5, 2023. A daughter of the late Patton and Nora Mills, born on August 30, 1933, in Girdler, Kentucky, Mildred lived a life filled with love, faith and a deep devotion to God, her family, church and friends.

Mildred’s life was defined by her unwavering commitment to her loved ones. As a mother to her adoring daughter, Kathy (Nelson) Wethington and her devoted son, Don (Jill) Daniel, she poured her heart into raising them with love, kindness, and wisdom. God and family were the center of her world, and she cherished the time spent with her sister Pat Carroll, granddaughter, Shannon Daniel and her great-grandchildren, Elise, Zoe, Sion, Brennan and Jareth.

In addition to her parents and husband, Mildred is preceded in death by her sisters Irene Ettinger and Loretta Kinnett, nephew Ron Huff and niece Lori Carroll-Collins.

After many years of service, Mildred retired from Carroll Properties as their Office Manager and Accountant. She enjoyed gardening and found solace and creativity in needlepoint, cross stitch, sewing and craft forms, many lovingly gifted to family members. Gaither music and old hymns, particularly “Great is Thy Faithfulness” and “It Is Well With My Soul” lifted her spirit.

Mildred’s faith was the bedrock of her life. A godly woman and prayer warrior, she found strength, hope, and guidance through her relationship with God. She selflessly served others, extending grace and compassion to all who crossed her path. Her presence and kindness were a beacon of light to those in need.

Mildred held a special place in the Central Parkway Church of God, now known as the Bridge of Hope, where she had been the longest living member on record. Her unwavering dedication to her faith community reflected her commitment to nurturing her own spiritual growth and supporting others in theirs.

On November 13, 2023, we will celebrate Mildred’s remarkable life and honor her legacy. The family will receive friends and loved ones at the Princeton Pike Church of God (main campus), 6101 Princeton Glendale Road, 45011. Visitation starts at 10:00 AM with a funeral service immediately following from 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM. A graveside ceremony will take place at Arlington Memorial Gardens, 2145 Compton Road, 45231 at 2:30 PM.

A reception will follow immediately after service.

Mildred will be deeply missed by all who were fortunate enough to have known her. Her compassionate spirit, celebratory nature, and reflective wisdom will forever linger in the hearts of her family and friends. The family finds comfort in knowing her impact on the lives she touched will never fade away.



Monday, November 13, 2023 at 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

Princeton Pike Church of God


Monday, November 13, 2023 at 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM

Princeton Pike Church of God


Monday, November 13, 2023 at 2:30 PM

The Arlington Memorial Gardens

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“What a lovely lady! I’ve known Mildred for a very long time. I’ve enjoyed long talks with her over the last few years and she always made my day. She will be missed by all who knew and loved her. I’m so happy for her (She’s with the Savior). Virginia Ginny Watson”

“She was a very kind and wonderful person. I thought the world of her. Would do anything for anyone that needed help. The family are in my prayers 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏”

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“Words fail me to express the love I have for my Aunt Mildred. She and Uncle Ray meant so much to us. She was as close to perfect in every way as one could get. I will miss her everyday!!!🙏🙏♥️♥️”

“(Donna) I’ve known and loved Mildred all my life. Kathy is my best friend and Ray and Mildred had a big impact on my life. There wasn’t a greater couple to talk with about God, prayer and the Bible. She will be missed by so many. It’s never easy to let go of someone you love, but knowing Mildred spent her life serving God and is with Him, is the greatest comfort.”

“A beautiful tribute❤️”

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