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SFC Daniel Edward Bisdorf
August 22, 1947 ~ November 15, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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SFC Daniel Edward Bisdorf, 76, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 15, 2023 at home surrounded by his loving family.
A resident of Folkston for the past ten years, Daniel was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota on August 22, 1947 to the late, Leo George and Virginia Powell Bisdorf. He spent his formative years in Pensacola, Florida and later joined the United States Army where he proudly served his country for over twenty years in numerous different appointments including service in the Vietnam Conflict. He received many awards and medals for his distinguished service including the Army Service Ribbon, the Army Achievement Medal, and the Army Good Conduct Medal. After retirement, Daniel lived in Hinesville and Jesup before relocating to Folkston in 2013. In his spare time, Daniel loved hunting ,fishing, traveling and he especially loved riding motorcycles with his friends.
In addition to his parents, his first wife, Linda Bisdorf; infant brother, Robert Davis; brothers, Barry Bisdorf and David Davis and grandson, Ezekiel Hurley, all preceded him in death.
Survivors include his wife of twelve years, Annie Bisdorf of Folkston; three stepchildren, Jessica Hurley of Jesup, David Corbitt of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and Melissa Hickman of Blackshear; grandchildren, April, Wesley, J.J., Wayne, Marie, Willow, Beau and Freyja; one step grandchild, Nevah; sisters, Lisa DeLuca and Carla Black and brother, William Bisdorf. His best friends, Rodger DeWitt, Rosie and J.C. Payne and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family members also survive.
Graveside services were held at the Georgia Veterans Memorial Cemetery with full military honors.