Linda Daniels has long been recognized as an elite real estate agent in La Jolla. For decades she has ranked among the top agents and raised four children to follow in her footsteps; all while representing UCLA with pride.
Her paintings often engage in extended discussions of Modern abstract painting’s history, as with Persian Rug for Ad Reinhardt (1992) which features an orchestra of “cosmetic” colors that alludes to Reinhardt’s own on-record dismissal of his early decorative works.
Early Life and Education
Linda was an incredible woman with an extraordinary zest for life. She loved her family dearly and always encouraged them to follow their dreams – believing education to be key in attaining success.
Linda graduated nursing school and worked at St Victors hospital for ten years prior to becoming a stay at home mom. Occasionally she would supplement their income with part time jobs – always being sure to express her views at family dinners! Linda always had something important and unique to contribute – her opinions weren’t usually kept private!
She is survived by her husband Frank Daniels and three children: Kimberly Daniels from North Vernon, IN; Ciara Daniels from Muncie, IN and great-grandson James; she was predeceased by both of her parents as well as two brothers. Memorial donations may be made in her name to The Daniels Fund in her memory.
Linda advises foundation donors on how to define charitable intent that reflects their personal values and beliefs. In addition, Linda has served on the Daniels Fund board for 15 years.
She has lectured and presented at professional conferences both domestically and abroad, publishing work in multiple textbooks and journals. Additionally, she serves as a consultant, lecturer, and researcher in communication disorders and listening and spoken language disorders.
Linda has consistently been among the top 10% of real estate agents for more than 20 of her 44 year career, boasting an outstanding work ethic. Her passion lies in helping clients realize their goals through investment properties while she also enjoys engaging in charitable giving activities.
Achievement and Honors
Linda Daniels has achieved great success in many areas of her life. As a philanthropist, she founded the Bill Daniels Foundation that offers grants and scholarships to nonprofit organizations. Furthermore, Martindale-Hubble rated Linda Daniels with an “AV rating.”
She is a member of the Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce and serves on the boards of Mile High United Way, Colorado Bankers Association, DU Bridge Project and Denver Public Schools Foundation. Additionally, she previously sat on Young Americans Bank and Colorado Student Loan Program boards.
Recently, she received the Christie’s International Real Estate Luxury Specialist designation – an impressive feat only achieved by a select few agents worldwide. Currently she serves as luxury associate at Willis Allen Real Estate.
Linda Daniels has served on over 30 state/local boards and six national ones, chairing nine. Additionally, she served as Director of Ohio University’s Office of Multicultural Programs and Lindley Cultural Center.
Linda advised foundation donors on how to clearly express their charitable intentions and retired after 15 years from The Daniels Fund board of trustees.
Linda and Tom share three children, two grandchildren, as well as many pets that adore them both. Together they enjoy gardening, hiking and traveling to see nature at its finest. Residering in North Windham CT where Linda attends Baptist Church; memorial contributions may be made either directly to family members or their chosen charity in Linda’s honor.
Daniels made her mark in adult entertainment through over 180 movies she appeared in and other activities, such as performing on stage or appearing in television shows.
Daniels claimed in her highly anticipated interview that she and President Trump engaged in an unprotected sexual encounter in 2006. Additionally, she revealed that President Trump paid her $130,000 (PS91,477) in hush money on the eve of 2016 election to keep quiet about their relationship.
She leaves behind her sister, two brothers, nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews whom all loved her dearly. A memorial service will take place Saturday March 9 at Matarese Funeral Home at 325 Main Street Ashland starting with visitation at 10:30 am with the funeral service taking place shortly afterwards at 11:30 am.