In Memory of Danory Spitz(1985 - 2016)
- Danory Spitz
- Birth Date
- May 16, 1985
- Ascension Date
- February 7, 2016
Following is a testimony by Robert Spitz.
Danory Michael Carleton Spitz was born in the same hospital as his father on May 16, 1985 in New York City. He was given his first name by Rev. Sun Myung Moon, signifying the Danbury Victory over the religious persecution that he had suffered in America. His mother, Suzie Spitz was from Korea and his father, Robert Spitz was Vice President of The News World newspaper, an American Freedom Coalition leader for California and an attorney. His parents were part of the 2075-couple Marriage Blessing Ceremony.
Danory grew up in California, most of the time living in Ontario and Chino Hills. He attended Redeemer Lutheran grade school and graduated from Ontario Christian High School as the Salutatorian of his class. He was most proud of the fact that his football team, the Knights, won the California division championship in his senior year. Danory wore number 71 on his jersey.
Danory was accepted into UCLA twice. Instead, he chose to spend two years in his mission with the Special Task Force (STF). His mother ascended at the time he finished his second year.
He attended Pasadena City College for two years and his grades were outstanding. He was accepted into the University of Southern California as a business major and graduated in 2009. There he joined the Delta Sigma Pi fraternity.
Danory worked at a few different jobs thereafter until he succeeded in his goal by attaining a position with Capgemini as a business consultant to Fortune 500 companies in their conversions to the SAP computer program. He spent two months in India as part of his training and then worked a year at their headquarters in Chicago. His last project was with Amgen in Woodland Hills, CA.
Danory was well known for his kind, helpful, gentle and generous spirit. He was loved by all who had the opportunity to meet him. Danory ascended on February 7, 2016 at the age of 30.
- 9:30AM PT
- Feb. 18
- Forest Lawn - Covina Hills, at "Church of Our Heritage"
- Wednesday, February 17, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM