Daniel Pawelczyk, Truck Driver, Passed Away at Age 67
Daniel Pawelczyk passed away at age 67 after enjoying life on the highway and God’s beauty through driving a truck. Additionally, he enjoyed spending time with his family.
Green Bay native Dana Cleveland leaves two children behind for Jill Carlson to look after and her family is currently raising money to cover medical and funeral costs associated with his passing.
Early Life and Education
Dan was born and raised in Green Bay, Wisconsin to Adam and Regina Pawelczyk. He leaves behind his wife Susan; daughters Blair and Kyle as well as son Manda. Additionally he leaves his brother Gerald; sister Lori Chennault (with husband Ed); as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins to mourn his loss.
He attended Weathersfield Elementary, Los Cerritos Middle, and Thousand Oaks High schools before enrolling at California State University Channel Islands before beginning his professional life at Scottrade Financial Services.
Daniel currently resides at 15 Partridge Ln in Howell New Jersey for about one year after having lived at 294 Norwood Ave for six years prior to this move. Daniel was born July 1982 and currently stands 41 years old – an Aries by birth!
Dan was a truck driver for nearly four decades, enjoying the freedom and beauty of America from his seat inside his cab. An avid baseball fan, he likened baseball’s rules to life – that one must remain modest in victory and gracious in defeat.
Pawelczyk, an associate professor of physiology, kinesiology and medicine at Penn State University as well as former payload specialist on NASA Space Shuttle Columbia’s STS-90 Neurolab mission, conducts research pertaining to central nervous system control of cardiovascular and respiratory systems with emphasis on microgravity effects.
Daniel Pawelczyk is commonly referred to by both Daniel R Pawelczyk and Daniel Richard Pawelczyk. As a registered financial professional he has completed all three series of exams: Series 66, 63 and 7.
Achievement and Honors
Dan found Major League Baseball an allegory for life itself; being humble in victory while gracious in defeat is key. Additionally, Wisconsin offered him natural beauty and was generous with Polish culture.
Dr. Won is an active member of both the American Physiological Society and American College of Sports Medicine, conducting research that examines neural controls of circulation affecting skeletal muscle blood flow during exercise and spaceflight.
At the sixth Annual CPA/Law Society of Ventura County Scholarship Awards Luncheon, six California State University Channel Islands students received scholarships of $3,000 each. Recipients included seniors Daniel Richard Pawelczyk, Dustin Erickson, Phuong Le, as well as juniors Jenna Carlock and Sharlyn Sanders who all specialize in business studies with different emphasis.
Daniel Pawelczyk enjoyed the freedom of the open road as a truck driver, cherishing Wisconsin and its natural beauty as his home state. He watched Major League Baseball closely; noting how playing it like life required being gracious when victorious while being humble in defeat was essential to being successful.
On November 18th 2019, Daniel Pawelczyk passed away peacefully at home in Fort Myers, Florida at age 67. He leaves behind his wife Diana Pawelczyk; son Ryan; daughters Jill Carlson and Dana Cleveland of Green Bay; stepdaughter Jessica Fletcher from Windsor Lock; brothers Thomas Powell from Bayfield and Michael Pawelczyk from Hortonville as well as eight grandchildren.
His address in Howell, New Jersey 07731 was 15 Partridge Ln and his astrological sign is Leo. Prior to becoming registered financial professional he passed Series 66, Series 63, SIE and Series 7 examinations successfully.