Daniel Joyner Death :Osceola High School Coach and Teacher Passed Away.

By | September 10, 2021

Daniel Joyner Death :Osceola High School Coach and Teacher Passed Away.

We are sad to report that Osceola High School Coach and Teacher has passed away, according to the following statements posted on social media on August 30. 2021.

Stephanie Bechara wrote
Osceola High School is mourning the loss of Dean Daniel Joyner. Prior to working at OHS he was a World Language Teacher at Poinciana High. Not only was he a dean & Spanish teacher but also a soccer coach at Osceola High.

It was unclear how Mr, Joyner died. The cause of his death mentioned in the post.

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Condolences.

Marie Brennan wrote
There ae no words that can express my love and sorrow for your family.Anna Morales wrote
Oh Lisa I’m so sorry to be hearing this. Please let us know what can be done for your family. Love you so much.Hope Ward Martin wrote
Oh, Lisa my heart hurts for you and your family. I am so sorry! You are in my thoughts and prayers!.Denise Weese wrote
My daughter-in-law had Daniel as a teacher his first year that he taught a Madison County. Her comments were in line with this post. She thought so highly of him.Ligia Zambrano wrote
Mr. Joyner’s impact on my daughter’s school life can’t be measured. His life, light, and energy carries on through the students like my daughter. Rest well Mr. Joyner.Amy Rivers wrote
Oh Lisa….there are no words to convey the sadness and pain…sending love to you and your family

Jan Gordon McCall
Lisa, I can’t seem to find the right words to comfort you, Lynn and Kayla and I’m sorry for that.
Your family is so special to me…love you

Mehrsa Baradaran wrote
Oh Lisa, I am so so sorry. What a heartbreaking and devastating loss of a remarkable person. I am praying for you and your entire family .

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Usha Patel wrote
So sorry for your loss. I know this is devastating for you and your family. God be with you

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