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Danielle Huntwork “Dani” was set free from her pain and eternally healed at 2:45 p.m. on October 16, 2023, at Tampa General Hospital after a courageous 4-month battle with metastatic breast cancer and fighting a rare complication of HLH.

Danielle was born on February 17, 1977, in Richmond, Indiana to Debra Wagner (Greg Clemens) and Anthony (Dea) Messler. She is survived by her spouse T.J Krueger, children Whitney Wallace (Travis Singer), Haley Huntwork, Taylor Huntwork (Hunter Cline), Jasson Huntwork, and Corey Harmon (Kayle Huston); former mother in law Carolyn (Thomas) Wheet; the absolute loves of her life, her precious grandchildren Braxten, AJ, Bailee, Hudson, and Charlotte; sisters Angela, Kara, Amanda, and Melissa; many aunts and uncles including special aunt Connie Wagner; Shyann Springer, Aliyah Gibbs, and several other nieces and nephews; paternal grandparents Carol and Jim Delucio; as well as numerous close friends and cousins.

Proceeded in death by maternal grandparents, great grandparents, and paternal great grandparents.

Dani was a devout nurse caring for many families over her 23-year career at the Brethren Retirement Comnunity in Greenville, Ohio. She started as a licensed practical nurse and went on to obtain her bachelor’s degree and served as an assistant director of nursing in her final years. She was kind, compassionate, efficient, and hardworking. She hated missing work and always went the extra mile in every aspect of her life.

She was a carefree spirit and was always up for an adventure. She loved to travel, shop, and spend time with her grandchildren. She knew how to have fun and included everyone. She will be deeply missed by all who knew her.

A celebration of life, including dinner, will be held on 11/11/2023 at 4:00 p.m. at J&J enterprises 3875 SR-502, Greenville, OH 45331.


  • Forrest Craun
    Posted October 24, 2023 at 7:59 am

    She was great friend she will be greatly missed loved her as a friend.

  • Cassandra Lloyd
    Posted October 24, 2023 at 6:58 pm

    Was given the pleasure of working with Danielle from 2010-2014. She was a quiet strength, didn’t have much to say, but was always nice to see her as she relieved my shift and I new that she would follow up on anything that needed attention. I’ll never forget her smile, her cute dimple and her sweet heart ❤️

  • Mary Spicer
    Posted October 24, 2023 at 8:10 pm

    Daniel was an awesome individual to work with . She Always had a smile With a great attitude everyday. We were lucky to have the memories we shared.much love ‘n respect for you. Danillegonna miss you..

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