MYRTLE BEACH—Daniel “Dan” Walsh-Davenport, 67, passed into God’s arms on Sept. 29.

 He was born in Syracuse, New York, but spent most of his childhood in Cold Springs, New York, where he attended Medfield Senior High School. Dan received an MBA in marketing from American University and an MA in international relations from the University of Pennsylvania. He was a class of 1973 graduate from Bates College where he studied forms of government. Dan worked at three different Belk locations along the Grand strand as well as Geico Insurance Company. 

Dan worked for Community Coalition of Horry County teaching HIV prevention and was a volunteer for fundraising to help Care Team assist others with HIV that would not otherwise qualify for assistance. When health issues forced him to retire, he volunteered at the Rice Museum in Georgetown. 

He was predeceased by parents Francis and Louellen Walsh and sister Mary Lu Walsh.

Daniel “Dan” Walsh-Davenport, 67, passed into God’s arms on Sept. 29.

 He was born in Syracuse, New York, but spent most of his childhood in Cold Springs, New York, where he attended Medfield Senior High School. Dan received an MBA in marketing from American University and an MA in international relations from the University of Pennsylvania. He was a class of 1973 graduate from Bates College where he studied forms of government. Dan worked at three different Belk locations along the Grand strand as well as Geico Insurance Company. 

Dan worked for Community Coalition of Horry County teaching HIV prevention and was a volunteer for fundraising to help Care Team assist others with HIV that would not otherwise qualify for assistance. When health issues forced him to retire, he volunteered at the Rice Museum in Georgetown. 

He was predeceased by parents Francis and Louellen Walsh and sister Mary Lu Walsh.

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