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DANIEL TALBERT
DANIEL TALBERT
Visitation: 12:00 to 2:00 PM Thursday October 11, 2018 Whitley's Funeral Home
Service: 2:00 PM Thursday October 11, 2018 Whitley's Funeral Home Chapel
Interment: Carolina Memorial Park Kannapolis, NC
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Obituary:
Daniel Scott Talbert, 59, passed away Monday morning, October 8, 2018, at his home. Dan had been in declining health, but death was unexpected.

Born September 4, 1959 in Cabarrus County, he was a son of Larry Wesley Talbert and the late Jo Ann Mabrey Talbert.

Mr. Talbert had been employed in the construction business and among having other gifts, was a talented welder.

He leaves cherished memories in addition to his father to his daughter, Kayla Talbert, and sons, Chace Walden Talbert(Katie) and Brantley Scott Talbert (Grace); his brother, Bryan Talbert and a sister, Jennifer Talbert Cooke (Mickey); he also was the proud grandfather of his grandchildren, Skyler Walden Talbert, McCoy Walden Talbert and a "soon to be" granddaughter.

The family will receive friends from 12:00 – 2:00 pm Thursday, October 11th at Whitley’s Funeral Home. Funeral services to remember and celebrate the life of Mr. Talbert will begin at 2:00 pm in the funeral home chapel, conducted by Rev. Ron Hartman, pastor of North Kannapolis United Methodist Church. Burial will follow in Carolina Memorial Park.

On-line condolences may be made at www.whitleysfuneralhome.com

Whitley’s Funeral Home is serving the family and friends of Mr. Talbert.
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From: Jeff Russell
"Kayla, Chase, and Bradley, I am so sorry to hear about your dad. I had been down to help him with the fire department, in the last couple of months, but also I used to stop by and see him when y'all were still little and living on Sapp Road. He was always glad to see me and always going on with some kind of joke. He stopped by here a couple of month ago wanting to know if I had sold the old truck that was in my carport. I told him no that it was in the garage. He loved you all very much and always talked about how proud he was of each of you. I will miss him, but I am sure not as much as you all will. Please accept my condolences as I am not able to get to the funeral home today. I am sure your dad is at peace, and not suffering. I will keep you all in prayer. And God will keep you strong."