Daniel Good

Obituary of Daniel Anthony Good

Daniel Anthony Good

December 18, 1968 to November 19, 2019.

Beloved son, brother and uncle.

Daniel A Good 50, died Monday November 18th in Morristown, NJ. Daniel was born in Illinois and moved with his family to Succasunna, NJ 1n 1969. He attended Roxbury High School and graduated from Kean University with a BA in Psychology.

He worked at several companies until he found he his home with The Boston Consulting Group in 2001. With them Dan held several key positions including: World Wide  Offsite IT Coordinator, IT Manager-Event Service Team-Global Technology and Operations, and  IT/AV Project Leader – WW Office Architecture.

Dan loved his family, friends, golf, bourbon, the Rangers, and reading.  His nephews and nieces all held special places in his heart and life. We will all miss his distinct laugh and keen sense of humor.

Daniel was predeceased by his father Anthony F Good and his brother Gregory J Good. He leaves behind his Mother, Dianne M Good (DeSmet), His brothers Christopher J. Good (Jane Conway), Audrey A Good (Eric Raffle), Matthew F. Good (Anne Sweeney) and his nephews and nieces, Brian Raffle, Mark Raffle, Ryan Good, Courtney Good, Taylor Good, and Hannah Good .

Please join us for A Celebration of Life Gathering and to share Memories December 8, 2019 between 12 and 3 pm at Pub 199, 199 Howard Blvd, Mt Arlington, NJ 07856.

In lieu of flowers, please honor Daniel's memory with donations to the  following 501(c)3 school which helps children with learning differences achieve their goals.  ATG Learning Academy, 3400 Pickertown Road, Chalfont, Pa 18914 or www.atglearningacademy.com.


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