Fould N. Daher, age 77, of Grant, FL passed away March 26, 2022 at Sebastian River Medical Center in Sebastian, Florida.
He was born August 9, 1944 in Chichigalpa, Nicaragua the son of Alexander and Isabelle (Caraserel) Daher. He was reared and educated in Miami Florida and graduated from Miami Edison High School.
After graduation from high school he served in the United States Air Force. He worked in marine construction for many years. He moved to Grant FL 20 years ago coming from Miami, FL
He is survived by his life partner, Maureen Bartley of Grant, FL; one son, Salin Daher and his wife, Rebecca of Loxahatchee, FL; by two daughters: Kristina Geraci and her husband, Richard and Salena Dietado and her husband, Carlos all of Davie Florida. He is also survived by 3 brothers and 6 grandchildren.
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