The Life of Daniel Loeffler
Daniel Loeffler was a loving husband, father and friend who will be missed by his many nieces, nephews and great-nieces and nephews.
Dan was dedicated to giving back, volunteering his time for tutoring programs, adoption legal services, social and racial justice efforts as well as tutoring programs for children in need. He leaves behind Allison as well as their two young children Harry and Leah who will remember him fondly.
Early Life and Education
Loeffler was known for his compassion and generosity towards those in need, volunteering for tutoring programs, adoption legal services and social/racial justice initiatives. Additionally, he served on the Board of Directors at Skyline Urban Ministry, a United Methodist ministry that offers assistance.
His life will be remembered by his wife, Ubol, his children, grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. A graduate of Hilo High School where he excelled as both football player and discus thrower – earning all-league and honorable mention all-state recognition – as well as membership into Staples Alumni Hall of Fame; in business he owned an entertainment company producing musical videos as a talent incubator for music artists like Kenny Loggins, Bad Company and John Fogerty as well as being behind FieldHouse Music which developed and licensed new music into films, TV commercials – an accolade earned him membership in Staples Alumni Hall of Fame; among his accomplishments are numerous business ventures that focused on developing and marketing new music through licensing in film/televisuals/commercials/TV/commercials etc; in both cases this man owned he owned FieldHouse Music which developed new music through licensing arrangements involving film/television/commercial production companies which produced musical videos created musical videos featuring artists such as Kenny Loggins from Bad Company as well as being one-state all-state recognition as honorable mention all state recognition via FieldHouse Music’s Alumni Hall of Fame membership; his company owned fieldHouse Music which created musical videos while serving musicians such as Kenny Loggins/ Bad Company/ John Fogerty performances which offered licensing deals enabling it was foundering by FieldHouse Music where commercial projects also developed and licensed its licensing agreements on film/television production companies to license out through film/television production companies’ licensing agreements on film/television and John Fogerty to name mention all three when it commercials Stasing All State discus discus with licensing license fees through licensing deals for commercial licensing; He later owned FieldHouse Music created music videos for other than being one by licensing through licensing agreements were commercialized through licensing as well as one to become Talent incubator and then licensed through commercial production to Kenn Bad Company/John Fogerty were later founded FieldHouse Music who developed and licensed its development through film/TV licensing agreements for films/commercials lice licensee etc commercial production companies while John Fogerty commercial licensing licensing etc for licensing on cinema; commercially licensing film/ commercial licensing deals for movie/ commercial licensing deals via licensing for licensing film/ television/commercial distribution (in/). John Fogerty in additions from where this year as other than Field House Music produced which developed/commercial/co by fieldHous was owned as well. John Fogerty for them from fieldHous commercially for which Field House Music to market new artists like Kenn also licenses had to commercial marketed new songs like Kenn as FieldHous license as also licensing deals to market etc…
Loeffler has had an outstanding career as a mentor for eight NFL quarterbacks – Tom Brady, Chad Henne and Brian Griese among them – who went on to play professionally in the league. Additionally, he coached running backs at Central Michigan, Temple and Auburn before leading an explosive rushing attack at Boston College featuring AJ Dillon that became one of the fastest teams nationwide.
Loeffler was not only recognized professionally for his achievements; he also played an active role on several non-profit boards and organizations, such as tutoring programs, legal services for adoptions, social and racial justice efforts, as well as founding a family foundation to aid those in need. In 2021 he was honored by being honored with induction into Oklahoma City Hall of Fame. Harry and Leah Loeffler remain at their parents’ side.
Achievement and Honors
Loeffler was recognized with many honors during his long coaching career at Bigfork. Twice named state coach of the year and winning two Class B girls track championships. Additionally, in 2004 he received national coach of the year accolades before being inducted into Montana Athletic Hall of Fame.
At 6-foot-5 and 310 pounds, junior Alex Osiako had high hopes for starting tackle or guard this season. However, an injury to his knee thwarted those hopes.
He is survived by his wife, Ubol; daughters Diana Jenschke and Debbie Stewart of Austin, Texas, Randall Kent and Charles Jenschke both from Hilo; grandchildren Chynna Loeffler and Ronnie Loeffler as well as great-grandchildren; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Holy Ghost Lutheran Church or American Cancer Society.
He was an exceptional father to Heather and Brian Loeffler and an extraordinary grandpa to Chase, Ryleigh and MaKenzy Loeffler – his three beloved grandchildren. Additionally, he was generous to his community by volunteering his time for tutoring programs, adoption legal services and social and racial justice initiatives.
Mr. Loeffler was also an accomplished fiddler, providing music at church services, weddings and memorial services; providing joy and hope to listeners of all ages. He is survived by his wife Victoria Kramer Loeffler as well as numerous nieces, nephews and great-nieces and -nephews.
He was also an adoring son and brother, serving Holy Ghost Lutheran Church and the community with passion. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Skyline Urban Ministry in his memory.
Loeffler is estimated to be worth upwards of $1 billion. She owns shares in Intercontinental Exchange (ICE), the parent company of the New York Stock Exchange, as well as owning stake in Atlanta Dream WNBA team and investing in multiple other companies.
Leoffler has competed in some of the premier MMA promotions such as Bellator and UFC, but has had his fair share of misfortune, being forced to retire multiple times due to injuries like broken ankles and fractured kneecaps.
Even during his difficulties in the MMA world, he remained actively involved with charitable work by supporting tutoring programs, adoption legal services and social and racial justice efforts.