With Sympathy
James Tommie Daniel
September 6, 1941 - January 2, 2021
Many in District 5910 knew Tommie Daniel, Rotarian in the Cleveland Club. Tommie helped with some of the district trainings for club secretaries as he knew the many tasks of the position well because he expertly held that position for numerous years in his club.  He was diligent about sharing information of his club's activities and achievements in this document each month because he was genuinely proud of every accomplishment of his club and his fellow Rotarians.  He will be missed.
This excerpt is from Tommie's obituary. 
"Tommie’s last passion that filled his life of recent years was the Rotary Club.  Rotary indeed lost one of its best and most fervent ambassadors when Tommie passed.  He served in virtually every official capacity for Rotary but generally took on the arduous task of secretary year after year.  Many can claim membership in Rotary but few worked as hard as Tommie did.  If they sold raffle tickets, Tommie sold the most;  if they needed volunteers at fundraisers, Tommie was the first in line.  He gave not only of his talents but financially as well – and was a Paul Harris Fellow many times over in financial support of all that Rotary stands for, from promoting education through scholarships, to digging wells in third world countries, to eradicating polio all around the world – he has and always will be what every Rotarian and decent human being should strive to be – a Godly man who gave generously to help all those in need.  Tommie received the highest honors bestowed on a Rotarian including the Roll of Fame, the Paul Harris Society and Avenues of Service."
May he rest in peace.