Obit: Danielson, Vernica M. (1953 – 2009)
Surnames: Danielson, Johnson, Wright, Marg
----Source: Banner Journal (Black River Fall, Jackson Co., WI.) December 2, 2009
Danielson, Vernica M. (10 August 1953 – November 2009)
Vernica M. Danielson, 56, of Humbird died under the care of Black River Memorial Hospice in her home in the Town of Garden Valley, Jackson County.
She was born Aug. 10, 1953, in Chicago, IL, to William and Delores (Johnson) Wright. She was raised in Chicago and attended school there.
Vernica married Jeffrey Danielson in Waukegan, IL, Feb. 23, 1993. The couple moved to the Town of Garden Valley in Jackson County in 1998.
Veronica was an electronics technician at Motorola, a bus driver and tow truck driver and a black jack dealer at Majestic Pines Casino in Black River Falls. She did fundraising and school volunteer work for the Alma Center Lincoln School District. She was instrumental in goodwill organizing at Majestic Pines.
She was a member of the Wrightsville Congregation.
Surviving are her husband, Jeffrey; two sons, Nathan and J. T., and a daughter, Nikki, all living at home; her mother, Delores Wright of Chicago; four brothers, Robert and Wesley Wright, Nashville, TN, William Wright and Wayne Wright, California; two sisters, Selena and Deidre Wright, both of Nashville, TN; and numerous nieces and nephews.
She was preceded in death by her father, William Wright.
Funeral services for Vernica M. Danielson will be held at 11 a.m. Dec. 2, 2009, at Torgerson’s Funeral Home (715-284-4321), Black River Falls. Services will be conducted by Reverend Terry Marg.
Relatives and friends called at Torgerson’s Funeral Home Tuesday from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. and are also invited Wednesday from 10 a.m. until the time of services. Following the funeral service, she will be cremated.
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