Danielle Mildred Gaddy, known to her loved ones as Danni, passed away on September 3, 2023, at the age of 36 in Clementon, New Jersey. Born on September 6, 1986, in Newark, New Jersey, Danni was a beloved individual who touched the lives of those around her.
Danni was a vibrant and lively person who had a magnetic personality. Silly, funny, and always the center of attention, she had a remarkable talent for making others laugh. Her compassionate nature was evident in her interactions with others, and she always went out of her way to lend a helping hand.
In her career, Danni held various positions over the years, working with children and in the medical field. Her dedication and passion for helping others were commendable, and she made a positive impact on the lives of many.
In her free time, Danni enjoyed indulging in her hobbies that focused on arts and entertainment. As a young girl, Danni played the violin and was a part of the school chorus. Her love for music continued throughout her life. She loved singing and listening to music, particularly 90s R&B. Artists like 112, Dru Hill, Sisqo, and Ginuwine were among her favorites. Danni also had a fondness for watching funny movies such as Anchorman, Friday, Zoolander, Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and Napoleon Dynamite. One of her favorite movie quotes was, "My mom goes to college." She cherished spending time with her loved ones, friends, and family and enjoyed cooking for them.
Danni is survived by her loving husband, Rashawn Woolard; children, Rashawn Jr., Rashanna, Manny, and Gabby; parents, Glenndeno Richardson and Lawrence Kates.
She was preceded in death by her mother, Rosemary Gaddy, and her daughter, Gianna Woolard.
As we bid farewell to a remarkable woman, may we carry forth the memory of Danni's vibrant spirit, infectious laughter, and unwavering kindness. Let us reflect on the legacy she leaves behind—
a legacy of love, compassion, and the profound impact she created in the hearts of those she touched. In this time of mourning may our collective memories of Danni provide solace and serve as a reminder of the individual she was—a shining beacon of joy in an often-dimmed world.