The Columbus Dispatch

Wolt, Daniel


1966 - 2021

Daniel Wolt, 55, passed away on December 23, 2021. Preceded in death by his father Hansi Wolt. Survived by Cindy Wolt and his four children, Eden Rachel, Ariela Mina, Talya Tzipporah, and Yosef Levi; mother, Judith Wolt; brother, Ethan Wolt; nephew, Adam Wolt; the entire Weprin clan, the Redners, the Zenwindows family and many other cousins and amazing friends. Dan Wolt was “the man” a remarkable human being who literally would never hurt a fly. Dan the Man was so many things, a larger-than-life character in our story. He was a lover of movies, could quote any line from The Godfather, a NY Yankees fan, lover of Federici’s pizza, beef sticks, Rye bread and his mother’s famous egg salad and

Hungarian dip. Dan had a special relationsh­ip with

all animals (specifical­ly his

two dogs Annie and Oliver) he also was the one who secretly fed the unhoused animal population in New Albany much to the chagrin of families and neighbors. Always in a comfortabl­e fabric, in black or white, Dan Wolt was a fashion forward luxury brand kind of guy. He was secure in his clothing choices even when the choices bordered on

being too relaxed. When flip flops weren’t appropriat­e,

he would wear them anyway, his crazy unique glasses always completed his look…only Dan could pull off this avant-garde style. and he did it with such perfection. Dan was the proudest of Jews, he wore his Magen David necklace at all times, even when the silver chain broke, he would

use a piece of floss as a replacemen­t to make sure he would never miss a day. His pride in Judaism showed not only around his neck but in the manner, he treated everyone with kindness and love. Dans proudest accomplish­ment in life was being a loving son, a supportive brother and the best father and friend to his children. His legacy continues in their good deeds, laughter and unique personalit­ies, all of which

he strongly influenced. With

his big heart, gentle soul and sincere ability to retain friendship­s, Dan has left an indelible mark on so many. Dan was one in a million, a true mensch, he would

sacrifice everything for his

family and friends and only always wanted the best for everyone. May we all remember Dan’s lessons, to act with kindness and integrity, laugh and love to your fullest, always cherish your friends and family and walk with your shoulders back and head high being proud of who you are. May his memory be a tremendous blessing to all who were fortunate enough to be in his inner circle. Services will be held at 11am Tuesday, December 28, 2021 at Chabad Columbus Cemetery in New Agudas Achim Cemetery, 2565 Performanc­e Way, Columbus. For a zoom link email zoom1@epsteinmem­orial. com Shiva will be observed Tuesday 5-7, Wednesday, 9-11, 5-7, Thursday, 9-11, 5-7, and Friday 9-11, 3-4:30 at the home of Cindy Wolt in New Albany. Online guest book at www. epsteinmem­

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