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129 S. Grand P.O. Box 417
Schoolcraft, MI 49087
Phone: 269-679-5622
Fax: 269-679-5130
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Daniel Kent

January 7, 1942 – September 23, 2018

Daniel Jamieson
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Condolence From: Taylor
I worked for Dan many years ago, the summer after I graduated law school and awaited my Bar exam results. Dan had that timeless cool quality: that easy smile and that tall frame, the balanced gait of the athlete that he was. I met him and wanted to be like him before I could even articulate why.

He listened. He smiled at you, and meant it. He silently conveyed himself as a man who held joy in his heart for the life he lived and the family he had. He also showed me how, in a profession of people paid to speak over each other, a studied silence punctuated by logic and a few thoughtful words will fill a courtroom.

When that summer ended and I said my goodbyes to him and his staff, he gave me a framed photograph he had taken years earlier, of a statued figure that stood atop an old courthouse in Charlevoix. He knew I admired this photo. He took it off of his office wall and handed it to me. For your own office, he said.

The courthouse statue in the photo was of the Lady of Justice--blindfolded, holding the scales. He had taken the photo at an angle, giving the visual impression that Justice is tilted. It took me many years before I figured out that the perspective he had photographed was deliberate, and meaningful: that justice can appear skewed, until you tilt your own head and do what you can to help restore that balance in the Universe.

And this is something he did, a viewpoint that he lived, through the volunteer work, the many, many people he helped and mentored. A simple but powerful justice, mediated through his time to his family, to his friends, to his community.

I have that photo hanging in my office still.

He was a good man. He was my friend. I will miss him.
Thursday November 15, 2018
Condolence From: dick boris
Condolence: So sorry to hear about Dan's passing. Dan was a true gentleman and one of the really "Good Guys"
Sunday September 30, 2018
Condolence From: Dave & Jan Cornell
Condolence: Dan will be remembered as engaged and engaging. He always made a difference. He will be missed.
Saturday September 29, 2018
Condolence From: Juan Azuela
Condolence: Being without words I am going to do my best to make real words with meaning. There's no doubt that Dan is surrounded with a lot of love right now. Because I know how we was and I know his family. He was love! He was always kind, with good things to say to and about everyone. Ultimatly he never wanted to be a burden on anyone! There are so many more things I wish I could say.
But I just don't have the talent that would adequately honor who he was. Doing my best... He was an extremely smart pleasant, mild and humble. Again there is so much I could say but it would be like writing a book and it would all be good.

Lots of love and a kiss to you Martha! And one big hug! But not too hard!!! 😙

And lots of love to all the rest! You guys are a wonderful family! All of you!

My mother wanted to be included in these thoughts

Redundantly please words are the best I can do.

I feel like Forrest Gump!

But I'm Juan, 💙

Monday September 24, 2018
Condolence From: RickHalpert
Condolence: Dan was one of the finest people I have ever known. He was kind, generous and an amazing father and lawyer. It is hard to be both, but Dan managed. His kids trip to the 100 year old tree inspired me as a father. His willingness to help people who couldn't affort him inspired me as a lawyer. His humility inspired me to emulate his example. His legal skill help hundreds of people, and his warm friendly manner put many of us at ease. We have lost a shining star.
Monday September 24, 2018
Condolence From: Lisa & Gregory Darrow
Condolence: Emily, Michael and Sophia;
May your memories of fun and laughter you shared with your dad (and Poppy) carry you through this heart-wrenching time. Know that we are praying for the three of you and your entire family. You have our deepest sympathies and prayers. Hugs to you all.
Monday September 24, 2018
Condolence From: Robert Hencken
Condolence: Dan was a fine person and an outstanding example of what a lawyer should be. He will be missed.
Monday September 24, 2018

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