Daryl Squires Obituary, Warren Volunteer Fire Company Inc Member Has Sadly Died

Daryl Squires Obituary, Death – It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of one of our cherished members, Daryl Squires. This weekend, surrounded by his loved ones, Daryl left this world, leaving behind a legacy of service, humor, and unwavering love. Daryl dedicated eight years of his life to the Warren Volunteer Fire Company, serving as both an Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) on the ambulance team and as an exterior firefighter.

During his time with us, he touched the lives of many, not only through his dedication to the company but also through his warm and generous spirit. Daryl’s presence was marked by his unique sense of humor, sarcasm, and the remarkable ability to find laughter in every situation. His infectious laughter and quick wit brought joy to the lives of those around him. He had a special gift for turning even the most challenging moments into opportunities for laughter and camaraderie.

Above all, Daryl’s world revolved around his deep love for his family and friends. His wife, Patti, beautifully captured the essence of the man we all knew and loved. He cherished every moment with his loved ones, finding joy in the bonds he shared with them. His passion for life extended beyond his family, encompassing his dedication to serving the community, especially through his volunteer work with the fire company.

Daryl’s commitment to his faith and his relationship with Jesus was at the core of his being. He strived to grow spiritually, and this journey was a source of strength and inspiration for all who knew him. His faith guided him in his actions, and his kindness and generosity were a testament to his Christian values.

A celebration of Daryl’s life will be held at the Warren Congregational Church (4 Sackett Hill Rd, Warren, CT) on Saturday, September 16th at 11:00 AM. Following the service, a reception will be held to provide an opportunity for friends and family to come together, share memories, and find solace in each other’s company.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Warren Volunteer Fire Company or Access Community Church in New Milford, CT (formerly New Milford Assembly). These contributions will honor Daryl’s memory by supporting the organizations and causes that were close to his heart.

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