Abdolalian-Dolmer, Daniel- Our shining light was only 20 years old when he died tragically on  Saturday  May 7, 2011 while long boarding in Hamilton. Much loved by his parents Carmelita and R.A. Dolmer and Morteza Abdolalian, siblings Trisha, Allan Owen, Carmella, numerous relatives and friends. A Memorial service to honor Daniel’s life will be held on Saturday  May 14, 2011 at 1:00 pm at Bay Gardens Funeral Home, 947 Rymal Rd. E. Hamilton. (905) 574-0405. All are welcome.


4 replies
  1. Barbara Ford
    Barbara Ford says:

    Daniel was the most generous, fun-loving and caring nephew we could have wished for. Almost 5 years old when he came into our lives, he became a treasured member of our family from the moment we met him. Daniel lived life to the fullest; as his dad, my brother, said yesterday at his memorial service, Daniel never sought the spotlight, yet somehow it rested on him. He had such a huge presence – always optimistic, always the dreamer, always daring to try new things. The sky was the limit and we knew he would succeed in whatever he set his mind to. It was always that way. He was fiercely loyal and so funny that you could not not smile when he walked into a room – his light shone when he was with us and it will shine on now, always.

    We’ll love you forever and, oh, how we will miss you.

    Aunt Barb and Uncle Bob

  2. Rachel Ovadia
    Rachel Ovadia says:

    I am deeply moved by the untimely loss of such a young soul.
    It is such a terrible experience which i do not wish to anyone! No one should know and the indomitable pain and sorrow. , the the fact that he will never come back again.

    In these painful and trying times I am sending you my hearfelt and profound wishes to be strong and remember the most beautiful things about Daniel!
    He was a light for all of you and a LIGHT HE WILL REMAIN!!!!
    Rachel / Russian interpreter

  3. Rebecca Rae Staudinger-Munro
    Rebecca Rae Staudinger-Munro says:

    There is so much I want to say to you and the last time I talked to you, I only said half of it. I wish I was given the opportunity the become part of the family, to be as close to you as Owen is with my sister. To hangout with you and go skatepark hopping, to come along on fishing trips with you and your bro but I will cherish the silly moments we had before all of this.

    I know you’re reading this somehow, and I know that we could’ve been the best of friends ever with time. I want you to know that I am doing my best to try and help everyone, including myself through this. You were such a good person and you made lifetime memories with Owen. You were such a big part of his life and he loves you so very much.

    I know this isn’t goodbye but see you later. I’ll see you later in the other life and we can have such good times like we used to.

    You will forever and always be in my heart, and I will keep the promise I made you, to take care of your brother forever and always <3

    See you soon Alien,


  4. Caron Mahoney Seabrook
    Caron Mahoney Seabrook says:

    I was so sorry to hear of the loss of Daniel and in such a tragic manner. I can’t imagine how you must be feeling at this time.

    I only met Daniel on a couple of occasions when he was visiting my son Brett at home, but I must say that he so impressed me the times that I met him. He was one of the nicest boys that I have met. I was so sad when I heard the news. Such a tragedy.

    You can be proud in knowing what a great job was done to raise such a warm and polite child that would impact someone so deeply as he did with me.

    My thoughts are with the whole family and I will think of Daniel fondly many more times over the years to come.



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