Cancer Telethon mourns the passing of their Troubadour, the Godfather of the American Cancer Society Telethon, Danny Farole. Let us observe how Danny Farole dies after a lengthy struggle with cancer.
Danny Farole Passes Away:
Sheriff Nick Chimienti expresses his profound condolences for the loss of his real friend, Danny Farole, on his Facebook page, with the following statement:
Everyone adored this man. I’m sorry to inform you that my close friend Danny Farole died last night. He performed at our annual “Spaghetti Dinner” in 2017. Danny was the best strolling minstrel, singing Italian songs while playing the guitar and accordion.
Danny was a lovely man who volunteered at senior centres and hospitals in the coal region area where he lived every week. Danny was a staunch supporter of law enforcement, frequently mentioning the Pennsylvania State Police and the Dauphin County Sheriff’s Office.
Danny was a one-of-a-kind individual. We never talked without him inquiring how each family member was doing. His dialogues and love for his wife, children, and grandchildren followed. Danny was incredibly proud of his family and never failed to inform me of their achievements. Danny FAROLE, you did your duty here on Earth for 90 years, and you will be sorely missed. You can now perform your song “Mama” in heaven in person.
Who is Danny Farole?
Farole has been dedicated to raising cash for the Carbon-Tamaqua unit’s telethon for the past 15 years. He lives in Nesquehoning with his wife, Peggy. Danny has made live appearances on 40 of the 42 American Cancer Society Telethons. Farole began volunteering with the telethon after his mother died of cancer in 1976. “You have no concept the depth of my affection for Buddy Wychulis,” he added. He was highly gifted.
Farole lost his wife Margaret just a few days before Wychulis died on September 21. He stated that Buddy was the first to bring flowers to his wife after she was hospitalised.
He urged the volunteers to keep fighting and to love one another. Wychulis’ daughter, Cheryl Martuscelli, claimed her father could often treat everything, but “one thing he couldn’t fix was cancer.” According to her, Wychulis, who was “always the entertainer, on and off the stage,” was adamant about conquering cancer.