Daniel Dale Tuck was born June 12, 1953 to Wilbert and Georgia (Dowden) Tuck at Fort \n Benning, Georgia. He left this world January 20, 2022 at 68 years of age after a short illness, \n with his wife by his side. \n He is survived by his wife, Brenda of the home in Mission, Texas, two daughters Dana Tuck \n Tinker of Moberly, MO, and Stacy Tuck Williams of Festus, MO. Two step children, Pamella \n Roark (John) of Tuscumbia, MO and Troy Blunt (Leigh Ann) of Warrensburg, MO. Eleven \n grandchildren and twelve great grandchildren, One brother, Royce Tuck of Lebanon, MO, two \n sisters, Karen Tuck Caudle (Robert) of Lebanon, MO and Debbie Tuck Hill (Rick) of Lebanon, \n MO, numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was preceded in death by his parents \n Wibur and Georgia Tuck. \n Dan graduated from high school at Stoutland, MO and attended college at University of Missouri \n School of Mines in Rolla, MO. He later obtained a bachelor's degree in Computer Science. Dan \n had a career with computers, working first as a programmer then as a database administrator \n for the government before entering work for the private sector. Dan excelled in computers and \n won a presidential award for a program he wrote while working for the state of Missouri. \n Dan’s hobbies were traveling, genealogy, reading and fishing. He especially loved Find a Grave \n and would traspe through many forgotten sites while traveling to find tombstones. \n Dan was a loving husband, father and grandfather. \n In lieu of flowers please donate to American Heart Association or Amara Hospice Foundation of \n Edinburg, Texas.