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Dana Howard Kinney, 44, of Kannapolis passed away on Wednesday August 8, 2012 at Carolina Medical Center Main. Dana was born on October 4, 1967 in Syracuse, NY, a son of Barbara Synder Halm and the late Charles E. Kinney. Dana was educated in the Syracuse City Schools and worked as a self employed truck transporter.
Dana was loved by many. He was an avid outdoors man who enjoyed canoeing, camping, hiking, riding motorcycles, playing paintball, and bonfires and cookouts with his friends and family.
Survivors: In addition to his mother, Dana is survived by his fiancee Trena Cooper McNeely of Concord; son, Colin Kinney of Concord; daughter, Crystale Kinney of Syracuse; and granddaughter, Sadianna also of Syracuse. Brothers, Brad Green of Cato, NY, and Craig Kinney of Camillus, NY. Step-sons, Ian and Tristan; and nephew, Brandon all of Concord.
The Memorial will be held Saturday 8/18/12 at 12 noon to 2 pm at Frank Liske Park, Barn Shelter II, 4001 Stough Road in Concord, NC 28027. Conducted by the Rev. Dean Beaver. Please bring a covered dish
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to help with final expenses at danakinney.weebly.com.
Carolina Cremation of Salisbury is assisting the Kinney family. Online condolences may be made at www.mycarolinacremation.com.
Cathryn & Gregg Kierstead says
Dana, you were a big party of our life. We loved the time spent with you. You are forever in our hearts and will be missed. Until we meet again, may you rest in peace. We love you.
Rocio & Brian Medlin says
Dana, we didn’t know you well, but we know you touched the lives of many. You are missed.
Samantha Kinney says
Hey Big Brother. I miss you every day. I am so greatful for the time that we had together, it wasn’t nearly enough. I know that you are with our Dad now and he will take care of you. I am sad that your children have to go through this. Dana, I love you and will never forget how wonderful you are! Give Dad a big hug for me! Rest in peace my Brother!! From you littlest sister!
Kara Kinney says
So this is it big brother. I will never forget the time we spent together although it was short. You have been and will always be in my thoughts and heart with Daddy. I will never forget the way you lived life to the fullest. I only hope that at the end of my journey you and Dad will be waiting for me! Take care of our father you know how he can be lol. You are loved and missed everyday.
Dana you were the life of a party always smiling with a sense of humor.Watch over trend for us. SHE MISSES YOU.Thanks for the piggy back rides up the steps.RIP
Susan Wheeler says
I can not be there today with you in your time of need…but please know that love hugs and prayers of peace and healing are coming your way from me and the girls in New Orleans ….
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