Daniel Greco

Obituary of Daniel V. Greco

Rotterdam - Daniel Vito Greco, 83, entered eternal peace on July 23rd 2021. He was born on August 13th 1937, in Amsterdam NY, to Ralph and Francis Greco. Daniel attended Mont Pleasant High School in Schenectady NY and went on to graduate from Bryant College in Smithfield Rhode Island where he majored in Business Administration. In 1959 Daniel proudly served our country in the United States Air Force. He met the love of his life, his "beautiful Roseann" in 1957 and they married on October 10th 1964. They raised their two beloved boys Daniel Vito Junior and Christian Paul. Together they were enthusiastic travelers, amazing dancers, and loving entertainers who enjoyed throwing countless parties and gatherings. In 1971 Daniel along with his partners founded Weller, Marcil, and Greco; he was a successful businessman and greatly admired by his colleagues; one of his greatest accomplishments was the legacy that he left amongst the insurance industry. Daniel was so proud to serve as a lifelong member of Idaka, he truly treasured the friendships that he built within the organization. He loved and lived life to the fullest, he particularly cherished time spent with his family and close friends. Daniel was predeceased by his wife Roseann Greco, his father Ralph Greco, and his mother Francis Greco. He is survived by his loving children Daniel Vito Greco Jr., Christian Paul Greco (Tanneal Green), his devoted grandchildren, Sophia Rose Greco, Scarlette Rose Greco, and Giselle Grace Greco. Services will be held at Daly Funeral Home Tuesday July 27th, calling hours 8am-10am, brief service to follow, and burial at St. Cyril Cemetery.
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