Daniel C. King, age 78, of Folsom, California, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by his family on July 22, 2018. He was born on May 14, 1940 on the family farm in Waynesburg, Pennslyvania, the son of the late Wilbur W. King and the late Margaret Ullom King. The family moved to San Leandro, California when he was 11 years old. Dan attended Thomas Jefferson Elementary and Bancroft Junior High School. He graduated from San Leandro High School, Class of June, 1958. In 1959, he married his high school sweetheart, Sandra Pierce, and they raised two daughters. In 1968, they opened their furniture store, Interiors Unlimited, in San Leandro and in 1992 relocated to Folsom, California into a beautiful new building that Dan designed and helped build. With the Folsom move, their store name changed to King Interiors. After retirement, Dan enjoyed many treks to the Sierra's for hiking, fishing and camping with his wife and grandsons. Dan loved waterskiing, snowskiing, tennis, working out at the gym and woodworking. He was always busy with projects around the house and at work. He loved getting his hands "in the dirt" from when he was a young farm boy all the way up to his later years doing landscape projects for his family and neighbors. Dan battled Lewy Body Dementia for over ten years. He fought his disease bravely and never lost his personality or sense of humor. His greatest joys in life were his family and his close friends. He will be greatly missed by all of the lives he touched during his lifetime. He never forgot his Pennslyvania "farm boy" roots and loved telling stories of growing up on the family farm. For his final journey, he was laid to rest in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania next to his parents and grandparents. Burial and interment were private. He is survived by his wife, Sandra King, daughter Lisette Davis and son-in-law Brian Davis, daughter Cristi Jones, grandsons: Taylor Jones, Daniel Jones and wife Arianna and great-granddaugher Aeyvn, Kevin Jones and wife Tyas. Also surviving is his sister, Nancy Lee King Wilson. Dan's wife and family would like to give special thanks to Dignity Health's Mercy Hospice Care. "Forever in our hearts, you will always stay loved and remembered every day." Expressions of sympathy and fond memories may be shared with Dan's family on his tribute page.