Daniel Scott Engler

July 27, 1960 ~ September 23, 2022


Daniel Scott Engler, age 62, of Bonne Terre, MO, passed away Friday, September 23, 2022, at Parkland Health Center in Bonne Terre. Danny was born on Wednesday, July 27, 1960 in St. Louis, to the late George and Marjorie (Amsden) Engler. Danny proudly served his country in the United States Army National Guard, he was a custodian for many years serving three school districts; DeSoto, North County and Sunrise, he then went on to work for Paramount Apparel in Bonne Terre as a Production Line worker he was a very hard worker and never missed a day of work.  

Danny enjoyed fishing, playing his guitar, he loved to make people laugh; he was the life of the party, he especially enjoyed spending time with his family, he will be fondly remembered and dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

He is survived by his six loving siblings; Grace (Richard) Ketchum, George (Dee) Engler, Ronald Engler, James William (Dawn) Engler, Timothy Engler and Teresa (Shawn) Stokes, along with many nieces, nephews and other family and friends that survive.

Service for Daniel Scott Engler will be private.

Arrangements are under the direction of CZ Boyer & Son Funeral Home in Bonne Terre.

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  1. I worked with Dan at DeSoto as a custodian and I absolutely loved him. I'm sad to hear of this. He will be greatly missed.

  2. I love you Danno. Miss you already. I have lots of good memories of the last 30 years. Meeting you at Soundo. And talking to you everyday on the phone my way to work. After I left Soundo.
    Thanks for teaching Josh how to play the guitar and lifting Weights. And Jeremy how to fish. Please hug Jeremy for me. We love you and will miss you. 😘🙏❤️ See you on the other side soon. 😭❤️

  3. Dan was and is a good friend he always went out of his way to help others. He will be missed dearly but he will never be forgotten. Rest in peace Dan we love and miss you dearly.

  4. Dan was a wonderful friend and co-worker he had a great sense of humor and a big heart every building we worked in faculty,staff and children loved him. I'll always remember him flipping his cap onto his head for the kids, they thought it was amazing. My wife Sandy developed cancer and lost her hip socket so couldn't walk. Whenever I needed help Dan would drop whatever he was doing to come help me get her down the steps and into the car. Not once did he fail to be there when we needed him,not once. I could go on and on, with deepest sympathy, God Bless my friend 🙏 ❤️

  5. We just did a dedication to Dan today. There is a bench dedicated to him at the fountain park in Bonne Terre next to the post office. We miss you bud. See you in the next life.

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