Daniel Tylicke


Daniel Tylicke, age 90, of Elmwood Park, NJ passed away on Monday, July 20, 2020.  Born in the Bronx, NY and raised in Garfield, NJ, he resided in Elmwood Park for 53 years.  He was a proud U.S. Air Force veteran, serving during the Korean War.  Mr. Tylicke was a member of the Elmwood Park Seniors, Golden Agers of Elmwood Park and the Elmwood Park Chapter of AARP.  An avid gardener, Daniel also enjoyed oil painting, photography and woodcarving, especially songbirds.

Prior to retiring, he was employed with Hoechst, Inc. in Bridgewater, NJ for 47 years, rising to the position of chemist.

Beloved and devoted husband of Elizabeth E. (Simko) Tylicke.  Loving father of Scott Daniel Tylicke.  Dear brother of David Tylicke and the late Frances Bazarnicki.

All services were private.

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Dear Betty and Scott, I last spoke with Dan on his birthday, to which I was alerted by Al Sutherland. As the retired pastor of the church, I have to walk a fine line. Ruling Elder Donna Frohnapfel, who administers Warren Point Presbyterian Church's online worship services, asked for prayers for you during today's worship service. In the hymn, "For the Beauty of the Earth," the fourth verse reads, "For the joy of human love, brother, sister, parent, child, friends on earth and friends above, for all gentle thoughts and mild: Lord of all to thee we raise this our hymn of grateful praise." Dan has passed now for me from being a friend on earth to being a friend above. I am glad that I have known him and you two as pastor for these many years. I will remember him as much for his faithful church attendance and faithful service as a church usher as for the pastoral visits I made during his illnesses, during which many happy conversations were held. Despite the sadness and tremendous sense of loss being felt, as Christians we rejoice that he has been freed from his earthly weakness to a heavenly glory and look forward to seeing him again in the Kingdom of God. I know that your church family will offer any help they can if you ask. God bless you both, Rev. Jeffrey N. Leininger
Rev. Jeffrey N. Leininger
Dear Betty and Scott: I will always remember Danny that way-with his great smile, always welcoming. You are both in my prayers. Your home was a solid and happy part of my Christmas memories as a child. What a lovely tradition we had. My mother was always excited when "her side" of the family came to visit on Christmas eve. I wish we'd had more time to talk about art-Danny and I. I remember his kindness and sweet nature-a very wonderful role model! love, Eleanor
Eleanor Guerrero
Dan was always so kind and always smiling whenever he was at Church. What a wonderful man. He will truly be missed. My deepest sympathy to Mrs. Tylicke and family.
Donna Frohnapfel
So sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. I had him as a patient in the ER a few times. He was a wonderful person. We will miss him. God Bless. The Depompeo Family
The Depompeo family (from WPPC)
Dear Betty and Scottie, We are truly sorry to hear about Danny. We would like to offer you and your family our deepest and most sincere condolences. Danny was a wonderful friend and neighbor. Our family is keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers through this difficult time. With Love, The Labriola Family
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