NOMMA Mourns the Loss of Daniel Michael Liebert of Orleans Ornamental & Iron Casting
Daniel Michael Liebert, a United States Navy Veteran and founder and owner of Orleans Ornamental & Iron Casting, passed away on Monday, May 8, 2017, at the age of 72. After fighting a hard battle with cancer, he left this world peacefully with his family by his bedside.
His loving wife of 50 years, Kathy; his two children, Dana and Brett Liebert; and his three beautiful grandchildren, April, Daniel and Olivia will continue to live out his legacy. Daniel was the proud founder and owner of Orleans Ornamental Iron & Casting Dist. Inc. for 43 years along with his family. He made many wonderful friends with his meek and generous spirit. Daniel helped many become proud business owners by giving advice and precious time of his own experiences in business. His meekness, honesty, and loyal heart brought many customers to his generous side. Through the years, these customers became like family to him. Daniel was known as a giver, not a taker. He was always looking to help anyone in need.
These fine qualities that did not go unnoticed. He has left a legacy for his wife, children and grandchildren and will never be forgotten by anyone. Daniel was very loved and respected by those who had the pleasure of meeting and knowing him.
Daniel’s daughter, Dana Liebert, asks that any memorials be received by NOMMA’s Education Foundation (NEF) as donations.