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November 26, 2023
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Daniel Cytrynowicz passed away in November 2023 at the age of 95. Daniel was born in March 1928 to Konstancia and Stanislaw and raised in Mahanoy City, PA. He graduated high school in 1945 and served in the US Army of Occupation in Italy.
Daniel graduated from the Pennsylvania State College with a Bachelors Degree in Civil Engineering and soon after married his high school sweetheart, Leah, in the fall of 1954.
The couple moved to Philadelphia where Daniel earned a Masters Degree in Water and Waste Management from the Drexel Institute of Technology. Throughout his career, Daniel worked as a Project Engineer and a Project Manager. Some of the projects he contributed to include bridges, retention basins, water conservation projects, landfill development and gas storage tanks.
In 1957, Daniel and Leah moved to Willow Grove, PA, where Daniel lived until 2020, when he moved to Doylestown. While in Willow Grove, Daniel served on the board of the Upper Moreland Hatboro Joint Sewer Authority.
Leah and son Steven predeceased him in 2018, and daughter-in-law Holly passed in 2019. Daniel was also predeceased by his parents, sister, two brothers and nephew.
Daniel is survived by his daughters: Linda (James) of DE, Janet (David) of NY, Constance (James) of PA; sons: Karl of IN, Eric (Jennifer) of TX; daughter-in-law Laura of PA. he is also survived by 3 granddaughters, 6 grandsons and a great-grandson.
Daniel loved spending time with his family above all else. He enjoyed playing violin, cello, harmonica, flute, listening to music, repairing string instruments, sailing, painting and sketching. One of his artistic masterpieces is a 14 foot aluminum sculpture of a double bass that is structurally accurate.
He used his engineering know-how to design and expand his house including everything from cellar to attic, and adding a garage. At one time, he was chief mechanic/restorer of several VW Bugs - all for his kids.
A funeral mass will be held at St. David’s Church in Willow Grove on Saturday, January 13, 2024, at 11:00am. In lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Alzheimer’s Association in his or Leah’s name.