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Condolence From: Josephine Chang
Condolence: We don't say goodbye, Dan....
Thursday April 27, 2017
Condolence From: Joseph Mazzari
Condolence: Dan was a great leader, mentor and most importantly friend to all of us. He truly cared for his people and had a positive impact on all our lives. A tribute to Dan is captured on the attached link.
Rest in peace,
GE AMO Team (To view...highlight the link, right click and select Go to
Thursday April 27, 2017
Condolence From: Steve Connolly
Condolence: It was with great sadness to hear of Dan's passing. Your husband and dad was the living definition of a true gentleman. I had the pleasure of working for and with Dan, albeit I have worked for/with many leaders, Dan was clearly at the top. He was smart, had the utmost integrity full of passion, loyal to his people, while creating a culture of family and team. He took a chance in this "west coaster " and I will never forget working along side those who fostered Dan's qualities. Dan you were a true friend, colleague and mentor and we will not forget you! RIP my friend.
Steve Connolly
Go Red Sox!
Wednesday April 26, 2017
Condolence From: Mellony Tracey
Condolence: To Dan's Family and Friends;
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. May God shower you with his love and help you all to overcome your grief. Dan was a great guy; kind and happy is how I remember him.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: Joseph Mazzari
Condolence: Dan was my boss, mentor and most importantly close friend. I worked for Dan for ~12 years at GE and I learned so much from him. He was smart, decisive and not afraid to takes risks. Dan was very committed to the business and he sincerely cared about his people and would make every effort to protect them. You always knew that Dan had your back!

Dan was very competitive and passionate about sports. He was in love with all Boston area sports teams and would always be current on every move or transaction made by the team…regardless how minor. We would constantly have arguments on whether Boston or NY had better sports teams. He never let me forget when the Red Sox came back after losing the 3 first games in the 2004 playoffs and beat the Yankees…sure he is still smiling up in heaven.

Dan loved his family. He worked hard to provide and take care of them. He would frequently speak about what a good mother Debbie is and how proud he is of Luke and Lexi with their studies, skating and sports.

Dan had a positive impact on my life and career and many others at GE have echoed my feelings. He will be missed but not forgotten.

My condolences to Debbie, Luke and Lexi.
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: John Leftwich
Condolence: To Honour the memory of a true friend and mentor.

John Leftwich here from Sydney Australia, Dan was my functional HQ GE Boss and I liked him enormously.

I hope that this message reaches Dan’s twins and that it provides them with another insight to their Dad. Here are a few thoughts that should create a smile whilst offering some comfort at this time of sadness.

When I think of Dan, I remember a man of great integrity, a person who’s values were centred on always doing the right thing. Always the “right thing” for GE Shareholders, for his team and the businesses they served. Dan’s approach to work and leadership created loyalty that was reciprocal. He was not afraid to fight for what he believed in, he defended his people when under attack. Dan had zero tolerance for anyone driven by self interest or politics. His considerable intellect and the AMO function’s global success, no doubt made him proud but also caused some grief over his career.

Dan created a vision for a Global Asset Management function and then made it a reality. I believe GAM was the only real global success story that I observed whilst at GE. Dan was the “glue” that brought us all together. His legacy is the reality that even now, not a month goes by without one of us making contact, shares some fishing photos, refers an opportunity or seeks help from each other around the world. From Australia, India, Korea, Japan, USA and the UK, the GAM alumni is as strong as ever. Even in grief and sorrow, we are united by his memory.

Dan was quirky and had a great sense of humour. He would try almost anything and was not afraid to have some fun. Some of my best memories of Dan included:
• His monotone karaoke rendition of “Mack the Knife” in Tokyo. After numerous late night sake and beers, Dan reluctantly grabbed the microphone, then no stopping him. Unsurprisingly, for the rest of the evening, the microphone never made it back to Dan. Now every time I hear this song I think of Dan.
• During a business trip to Sydney (home to the best seafood in the world) with his Asian Team, Dan spotted the only German Restaurant in town. Being the Boss, that’s where we ended up for dinner. I remember the look of horror on our Japanese guy’s face as a huge plate of pork knuckle and sauerkraut arrived, Dan like a kid in a candy store, completely oblivious.
• Still down under, during an outdoors adventure team building exercise, Dan used all his analytical skills to pick who he thought was the most experienced survival partner for the canoe river challenge. To Dan’s shock, his seemingly tough Aussie partner was a country lad with no water skills, no balance and no hope. They both ended up swimming and were subsequently saved by their GAM mates to much laughter and teasing.

When I’ve been confronted with personal challenges in my life, I think of how my late father would have handled things. In my business life, when facing difficult situations, I try to think of how Dan would have solved the issue. He has and will always be, a great mentor.

My final hope for Dan is that he has found the most comfortable sofa up in heaven. In front of the biggest flat screen TV and has endless access to his favourite sports channels, beer and pork sausage.

Goodbye my friend, Susie and my thoughts are with Debby and the Twins.

John Leftwich
Tuesday April 25, 2017
Condolence From: Chuck Hayes
Condolence: Dan was my friend since August 1970...We met at St. Bernard High School in Montville, Connecticut. An outstanding student-athlete (baseball catcher) and school leader. Dan had a great sense of humor and was a friend everyone could count on. After SBHS, He competed in college in the class room.. on the baseball diamond and then in the board room with great success... He was a standard-bearer for doing it the right way and his friends always knew that Danny could be counted on. He will be missed but never forgotten-My condolences to his family--Love & Mercy Always Chuck
Tuesday April 18, 2017
Condolence From: Thomas Fanelli Jr
Condolence: We extend our most sincere condolences to you and your family. We are deeply saddened by Dan's passing. Please accept our condolences and may our prayers help comfort you in this time of need. If there is anything we can do for you, please do not hesitate to ask.


Tom Fanelli, Jr and Family
Wednesday April 12, 2017