NAHUNTA — Mr. Daniel Lee Rainge, Jr. passed away on April 4, 2020. Rainge was born April 2, 1942 to the late Daniel and Martha Rainge. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Ike and Letha Rainge and Louis Fisher, as well as siblings, Beverly Jenese Rainge, Nathaniel Rainge, John Henry Rainge and Carlton Rainge. Rainge attended elementary school in Nahunta and graduated at 16 from Center High School in Ware County. He attended Tuskegee University for engineering. From there, Rainge joined the Army First Airborne and became a Jumpmaster. After being honorably discharged from the Army, he worked in Chicago, Ill., as a Pay Master for US Steel before returning to Nahunta. Rainge worked as a truck driver and mechanic until his health failed after his return. He loved listening to R&B music, joking, and watching sports. In the later years, he loved traveling and spending time with family and friends. Rainge is survived by his wife, Annie Mae Rainge. He leaves behind four children, Daniel Lee (Qiuju) Rainge, III, Danielle (Anthony) Broadnax, Anthony Rainge and Tyrone Rainge; seven grandchildren, Aria Rainge, Arissa Rainge, Daniel Rainge, IV, Taylor Broadnax, Peyton Broadnax, Bryce Broadnax, and Anaya Ellis; siblings, Shirley (Harold) Goldsmith, Mary Ruth Thomas, Barbara Ann Maefield, Eddie (Ruby) Nails, Lester (Sarah) Rainge, Marshall Rainge, Curtis (Karen) Rainge, Carletha Bryant and Louvenia Annette Rainge; mother-in-law, Annie Bell Hall; one aunt, Queen Buckley; two uncles, Jimmy Rainge and Sam Fisher; sisters-in-law Marie Rainge, Mary Hall, and Ella McDonald; many loving nieces, nephews, cousins and sorrowing friends. The family will have a graveside service. Arrangements are being made with Rainge Memorial Chapel, Inc. in Blackshear. Due to COVID-19, the family will have a memorial service at a later date to be announced.