Rafael Danger, 100, of Kingston, NY, passed peacefully Saturday, August 11, 2018 at Health Alliance Hospital, Broadway Campus, surrounded by his loving family. He was born on October 23, 1917 in Cuba and was the son of the late Luis and Hena Danger. He was the husband of the late Teresa Danger, she passed on February 6th, 2005.
Mr. Danger retired as manager of J.B. Back & Company after 35 years, he also owned and operated Boulevard Liquors working until his last day.
He enjoyed gardening, spending many hours to make sure it looked perfect. His philosophy, to drink or smoke when he felt like it, eat what he wanted and exercise occasionally.
He is survived by his daughters Dolores Liebergot and DianaLou Wolff both of Kingston, four grandchildren, Jason Liebergot and his wife Ann, Tammy Liebergot and her partner Kaawa Rawaan, Bryan Wolff and his partner Summer Donaldson and Justin Wolff and his wife Shanna, great grandchildren Taylor Wolff and Colton Rawaan, step great grandchildren Hunter and Julia McCombs
A sister Hena Silva, he was predeceased by a granddaughter Alison Marie Liebergot and a brother Luis Danger.
Entrusted to care of A. Carr & Son Funeral Home, 65 Lucas Ave., the family will receive their friends on Wednesday from 2 - 4 & 7 - 9 pm. The service will be on Thursday at 11 am. Burial in Wiltwyck Cemetery
The family suggests in lieu of flowers Alzheimer's Association, 2649 South Road, #101 Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. www.alz.org/hudsonvalley or The ARC of Ulster Greene, 471 Albany Ave., Kingston, NY 12401 www.thearcug.org
A tribute for Rafael may be found at www.carr-funeral-home.com, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for his family.
I have not seen Ralph in some year's, but I know from going in the Liquor
store in the past he was always cheerful and joke around.
He will be surely missed but everyone that had the pleasure of meeting him.My deepest condolences to his family and friends.
Ralph was quite a beautiful soul here on Earth. His smile and joking nature could cheer up anyone entering his Boulevard Liquors store. He will be missed dearly.
Christine Elliott and my father, Randy Elliott
You were a pleasure to meet and be around. Your smile and good humor made you special.
- Helga M. Silva
(Mother of Laylah S. Bulman (née Silva) and Effie Silva - grandchildren of Hena Danger, surviving sister)
I am very sorry for loss of ralph he was a very welcoming person everytime we went into the liquor store weatherr it was just t say hi or to purchase something he always had a positive word t say he loved people was always kind he loved my husband whne he came in the store he always greeted him with a smile and always knew wat he wanted but I guess 100 years old was along time to be here may he rest in peace and god bless the family he will never be forgotten our condolences to the family of ralph maria and perry whitbeck
Our sympathy on the loss of your wonderful dad. I have heard many upbeat stories about his life.
You were blessed to have him for 100 years; the greatest generation. May his memory bring you smiles.
Barbara & Joe Cohen
Jason and family, I am sorry to learn of your grandfather's passing but 100 years to be with his family is a true blessing. Though never having the opportunity to meet him, his outlook on life served him well. The smile in his picture tells me I would have enjoyed a visit.
Sorry for your loss,
I remember Mr. Danger well. I took care of his wife at Golden Hill a long time ago. He visited her often and was so sweet and kind. He treated her caregivers kindly as well. I remember he would bring us quick pick lottery tickets on occasion. I am very sorry for your loss.
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