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Daniel Todd Walberg FUGLESANG
Père : David Harri FUGLESANG
Mère : Diane Walberg
Décès le : 2008-12-13
Parution : 2008-12-16
Paru dans : The Chronicle-Journal, Thunder Bay, ON

FUGLESANG, Daniel Todd Walberg 2008-12-16 The family of Daniel Todd Walberg Fuglesang, born September 13, 1967, is deeply saddened by his unexpected passing on December 4, 2008, in Rome, Italy, where he had resided for the past four years. Daniel was a very thoughtful, caring person, who loved to spend time with family and friends He was a real people-person. His outgoing personality and sense of humour captivated the hearts of anyone who met him. Daniel especially enjoyed the times spent at his Nana and Buppa Walberg‘s cottage at Cloud Bay. He enjoyed flower gardening, and was proud of his accomplishments as a gardener. He loved to travel and to make travel plans for others. Some of the countries he visited were Denmark, England, Germany, Poland, France, Greece, Crete, Estonia, and Mexico. Daniel attended Sherbrooke and Riverdale Elementary Schools. Shortly after graduating from Fort William Collegiate Institute, he went to Sweden where he attended Holsby Brunn Bible School, which is affiliated with Torchbearers International. After being home for awhile, Daniel decided to further his studies in Sweden, where he connected with family and made many friends. In 1997, he became a Swedish citizen. His fluency in speaking and writing the Swedish language enabled him to translate for colleagues, family, and friends. At Uppsala University, Daniel received his B.A. Degree, and then his Masters Degree in Classical Archeology and Ancient History. He worked with the late King Gustav VI Adolf‘s excavation material at the Swedish Institute in Rome, Italy. Daniel was accepted into the Ph.D. program at Lund‘s University in Sweden. The manuscript for his doctoral dissertation concerns the late building phase at San Giovenale, north of Rome. He was working towards its completion at the time of his death. Several of Daniel‘s articles and scientific works on the Etruscan society have been published. He dedicated his professional career to the Etruscan site in San Giovenale, where he conducted his research and developed a true feeling for the Etruscan culture. Daniel was also working at Legends Hostel in Rome where his friendly travel advice was greatly appreciated by the hostel clients. His fluency in Italian, Swedish, and English was a great asset in assisting people from all over the world who stayed at the hostel. Daniel will be lovingly remembered and greatly missed by his partner Maximo Ortiz; his parents Diane ( Walberg ) and David Harri, Albert and Barbara Fugelsang; his brothers Jonathan ( Natalie ) and Mark ( Amber ); niece Natasha, nephew Nicholas; his uncles and aunts Ron and Margot, Weldon and Mary; his cousins David (Nick), Matthew, Michael; Wendy ( Don ), Leslie ( Pat ), Murray ( Loretta ), Anne ( Shane ), Cheryl ( Brian ) and their children; stepbrothers Derek ( Leslie ), Allan ( Angela ), Kyle ( Kelly ), and stepsister Stephanie. He is also mourned by relatives in Sweden. Daniel was predeceased by his grandparents Edith and Renus Walberg, Muriel and Axel Fugelsang, and cousin Violet Lindberg, a “special lady” to Daniel. A service of remembrance for Daniel Todd Walberg Fuglesang will be held on Monday, December 22, 2008, at 11:00 a.m. in St. Paul‘s Anglican Church, jointly officiated by Rev. Don Gillett, pastor of Grace Evangelical Free Church, and Rev. Deborah Kraft, rector. A private interment will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations in Daniel‘s name may be made to a charity of your choice. Online condolences may be made through


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