Daniel Schlink Obituary, Death – Daniel Schlink the owner Of J.O.B Public House has passed away according to an online publication. Daniel was the owner of Downtown restaurant Grad School before its closure. From Jack Jennings – Our relationship had a rocky beginning when I first met him in 2006, but we quickly worked through those issues and are now in a wonderful place. Every conversation I’ve had with him since then has been characterized by an abundance of love, acceptance, generosity, intimacy, fun, and respect.

Danny never once treated me in an unkind or unwelcoming way. I have the utmost respect for him because of his entrepreneurial spirit, which allowed him to confront the unknowable and affect positive change in our town as well as others. In addition to being a great friend and a highly intelligent person, Danny was a very successful businessman. He was aware of the benefits friendships may have on both personal and professional relationships, as well as the reverse. He was a very intelligent man, and I respected him for all of his qualities. It’s really difficult to put this into words.

He was talented in many different fields. Those pool matches seemed to be among the most competitive I’ve ever played in. That is but one small illustration among many. I am heartbroken that he must leave behind all of the achievements he has worked so hard to achieve because he will be terribly missed. I feel like I’m going off the deep end because I don’t know what to say, but I know you all get what I’m trying to express because you’ve all been through the same thing. I was completely and utterly shocked to learn that Daniel Schlink, a legend, had died.

He was one of the closest friends I’ve ever known, and he helped me get through some of the most difficult times in my life. However, he was that kind of person. Anyone in need of assistance could always count on him. He will be sorely missed by all of us. My friends in Springfield are in my thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Never hesitate to contact me if you feel the need to speak with someone. Little Danny, don’t worry. Man, I love you.