Daniel G. Porter

  • Born: September 6, 1950
  • Died: April 19, 2021
  • Location: Seneca, South Carolina

Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home & Crematory

108 Cross Creek Road
Central, SC 29630

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Tel. (864) 639-2411

Tribute & Message From The Family


Daniel Greene Porter, 70, husband of Elizabeth "Ginty" Porter, passed away on Monday, April 19, 2021 at his home in Seneca, SC.

Born in Greenville, a son of the late Frank Wilson Porter and the late Doris Greene Porter, Dan served for four years in the Air Force before working as a self-employed contractor for many years. He was as talented with a guitar in his hands as he was with a toolkit, and delighted his friends and family with his creativity, humor, and musicianship. Dan had a special gift for woodworking and was an avid reader and gardener.

Surviving, in addition to his wife, are two daughters, Brooke Porter Juneau (Jason) of Greensboro, NC; Carly Porter Phinizy (Jay) of Richmond, VA; a son, Robin Greene Porter (Shannon) of Seneca; a sister, Diane Boyer (Larsen) of Greenville; and grandchildren Riley, Hayden, and Harper Juneau and Teagan and Marly Porter. Dan was preceded in death by a brother, Thomas Wilson Porter (Patty) of Greenville.

A small private service is planned on the grounds of Ashtabula Historic House in Pendleton, SC, where Dan and Ginty were formerly resident caretakers.

Funeral arrangements are under the care of Duckett-Robinson Funeral Home & Cremations in Central.


Condolence & Memory Journal

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Sincere condolences to the entire family, and especially to my SECAC colleague, Carly Porter Phinizy. I am very sorry for your loss. May you find peace in one another and in an abundance of memories of happy times.
- SandraReed

Posted by Sandra Reed - Huntington, WV - Coworker   April 27, 2021

Dan played guitar and sang ("Satisfied Mind," I believe) at our wedding in August 1980. Always in good humor, smart and gentle at once. One of the really good guys!

Posted by Robert and Jane Hill Hill - Westminster, SC - Friend   April 22, 2021

My sincerest condolences to you Ginty. Wishing peace and healing to you and your family.
Dorian Kierce

Posted by Dorian Kierce - Friend   April 22, 2021

So sad to hear about Danny. We were childhood friends and finished school together. We talked at the high school reunion. I remember riding bikes as kids going to his home. Also did not know his brother was gone. Many great memories of him. May God truly comfort your family.

Posted by Woodrow sheppard - Friend   April 21, 2021

I am sending love and condolences to Ginty and the entire Porter family. As with all who knew Dan, he was a lovely, giving, generous soul, someone who cared as much about his community as he did himself. His energy was infectious, and his love for his family, admirable. I am proud to have known Dan; he left a legacy that will not be forgotten.

Posted by Mark Charney - Friend   April 21, 2021

Hugs, loves and positive vibes ❤ Love you all; so very much.

Posted by Maggie Powell - Seneca, SC   April 21, 2021

Danny taught me to play guitar when we were in Jr. High. We were close during that time of our lives and I knew his family. Wish I had been able to connect with him after returning to SC.

Posted by Johnny Brewer - Classmate   April 20, 2021

So very sorry to hear of Danny’s passing. He was a great friend in high school!! I’m sure he was a wonderful husband, father, and grandfather. Rest In Peace, Danny!

Posted by Jenny Owens Pruce - Friend   April 20, 2021

Ginty and family, I am so sorry to learn of Danny's passing. I have many fond memories of him as a child visiting his Simpsonville relatives. It is sad that as we age we spend less time together. But life happens and we all go our separate ways. Much love to all of you.

Posted by Ann Campbell - Simpsonville, SC - Family   April 20, 2021

Sympathy and much love to Ginty and the family.

Posted by Rebecca Bowman - Liberty, SC - Friend   April 20, 2021


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Dan's cherry-wood cutting board wedding gift to Jane and me in 1980. Remember him fondly, daily.