Danielle Jones Obituary, Death Cause – Danielle R. Jones March 29, 2023 A battle with cancer that lasted three years ultimately took the life of Danielle Reilly Jones on March 29, 2023, when she was 35 years old and lived in Syracuse, New York. Daniel and Catherine Jones of Jordan, New York, welcomed their daughter Danielle into the world on February 4, 1988.
After getting her diploma from Jordan Elbridge High School in 2006, Danielle continued her education by enrolling in nursing classes at Morrisville College. She earned her associate’s degree in nursing in 2009 and went on to earn her bachelor’s degree in nursing from Western Governors University. She was rapidly recognized for her commitment to her work as a surgical intensive care trauma nurse at Upstate University
Hospital and received a number of accolades for her service and dedication. Notably, Danielle was awarded the title of Employee of the Year for Upstate in 2018. It is impossible to overstate the amount of people whose lives she improved via her care for both her patients and their family. That was not only one of her numerous superpowers, but also her greatest passion.
In keeping with the general idea of the positive ways in which Danielle left her mark on the world, she was an active supporter of animal rescue efforts. All too frequently, her close friends and family became entangled in her mission to aid a stray animal. When Danielle first met Robert Sgarlata in 2011, the two struck up a relationship, which eventually blossomed into a romance that was beyond anyone’s wildest dreams.
Their passion for exploring new places led them to Switzerland, Amsterdam, and Thailand, where they stopped at a sanctuary for elephants in the latter country. In addition to this, they loved exploring the United States and going to a variety of other places. Danielle is survived by her husband, Robert Sgarlata, her parents, Daniel Jones and Catherine Jones, her mother and father-in-law, Robert and Eileen Sgarlata, her grandparents, Joseph Reilly and Phyllis Reilly, as well as a large number of aunts, uncles, brother and sister in-laws, cousins, and friends who cared about her.