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Daniel Wayne Karanovich
September 23, 1957 ~ January 2, 2024 (age 66) 66 Years Old
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Daniel W. Karanovich (66) of Acworth, Georgia passed away on January 2nd, 2024.
Fondly known as “Danny”, “Big Danny” or “Big Man” he was born to John and Mary Karanovich, on September 23rd, 1957 in San Francisco, California.
He was an avid bowler with multiple perfect 300 games under his belt, he also won an Adult Junior league with his son in 1998. Other passions included riding his motorcycle, listening to country music, telling jokes to bring laughter, and most of all, spending time with and talking to his family. He was a simple, kind, and generous man with a huge heart.
He is survived by 3 children Denise Renee DeSantos (46) of New Jersey, Shannon Rose Karanovich (44) of New Jersey, and Daniel Wayne Karanovich Jr. (38) of New Hampshire. Also survived by 5 grandchildren Kylie Faith Nugent, Cheyenne Marie Hamilton, Dominick Giovanni Rivera, Ysabella Rae Adam, and Layla May Karanovich. Lastly, survived by his great-grandson Michael Anthony Rosado, III.
He loved his family dearly and was the BEST DADDY a child could have. He loved animals, especially dogs, and they loved him back. Please consider donating to the ASPCA in his name instead of sending flowers. Daniel W. Karanovich was cremated on January 4th, 2024.
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