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In Memory of Daniel Stilley

Daniel Stilley age 58 of River Falls, formerly of Hudson died unexpectedly, June 17th at his residence. Danny was born on January 28, 1964 in Hudson; the son of DeWayne and Juanita (Kallenbach) Stilley. He was raised in Hudson attending Hudson Elementary School prior to the Hudson High School.

Danny worked over the years in manufacturing and electronics. Most recently, he was working for BOH Electronics in North Hudson. There were two passions in Danny’s life; music and sports. He was a self-taught guitarist who had over a dozen of guitars in his collection. He loved to rock out to the Beach Boys and Chicago. He was also known to give his all singing on occasion too. Quite possibly, sports was his favorite. Growing up, he enjoyed playing boot hockey at Burton Park with friends. He was an avid Minnesota Wild fan and loved to cheer on his treasured Minnesota Vikings. He was a fervent football fantasy player who enjoyed statistics and looked forwards to Sundays to keep tabs on his players. He also enjoyed fishing and watching classic TV shows like Dragnet.

Danny Stilley is survived by his mother Juanita Stilley; brothers John and James; Sister Cathy Ogren; as well as brother-in-law Tom Zenk and his nieces, nephews, and cousins. His maternal and paternal grandparents; father DeWayne Stilley; sister Darlene Zenk precede him in death.

A Celebration of Life for Daniel Stilley will be Thursday June 30th from 3pm to 5pm at the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of RIVER FALLS. Interment will be private in the family cemetery. Memorials are appreciated to the discretion of the family. Funeral services entrusted to the O’Connell Family Funeral Home of River Falls.

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    • As a former teacher at HHS I am sure I had Dan as a student in my P.E. classes and it saddens me when one of my students passes. Dan seemed to really enjoy life and had the type of life that gave others enjoyment in addition to his own.. May he RIP knowing he made happy.

    • Dan was a great guy and really quiet. I worked with him at BOH Electronics he would always get our work done it’s too bad he left us. I wish he was still here on earth with us.