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Daniel S. McParlane

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Chairman

West Seneca Democratic
 
Background

Employment History

  • West Seneca Democratic Chairman
    Erie County
  • Sheriffs Deputy
    Erie County
  • Chairman
    WEST SENECA DEM
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Web References
A West Seneca man pleaded not ...
www.buffalonews.com, 10 Feb 2014 [cached]
A West Seneca man pleaded not guilty today to drunken driving charges from the Nov. 27 crash that killed West Seneca Democratic Chairman Daniel S. McParlane.
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Styn was heading west on Indian Church Road when McParlane, 33, an Erie County sheriffs deputy, spun into Styns lane, according to West Seneca police accident reports.
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McParlane was driving east on Indian Church when he lost control of his vehicle and swerved into Styns path, according to the indictment.
Styns car smashed into the passenger side of McParlanes vehicle, according to the police report.
McParlane, who was not wearing a seat beat, was unconscious and bleeding severely from the head when rescuers freed him from his car. He was pronounced dead just before 1 a.m.
Hours before the fatal crash, McParlane had attended a meeting of the Erie County Democratic town chairmens association in a Lackawanna bar and met afterward with then-Erie County Legislator-elect Patrick B. Burke in a South Buffalo pub.
Daniel S. McParlane was tested ...
www.buffalonews.com, 11 Dec 2013 [cached]
Daniel S. McParlane was tested for alcohol.
Daniel S. McParlane was tested for alcohol.
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Daniel Scott McParlane, West Seneca Democratic chairman, Erie County sheriffs deputy
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The reports also show McParlane, 33, was not wearing a seat belt, was unconscious and bleeding severely from the head when Union Fire Company volunteers arrived on the scene and found him trapped in his car.
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The documents further show McParlane was pronounced dead shortly before 1 a.m. in Mercy Hospital. An autopsy report listed the cause of death as multiple injuries.
Meanwhile, the Erie County Medical Examiners Office confirmed Wednesday that toxicology tests were performed on McParlane though no results are immediately available, and District Attorney Frank A. Sedita III has indicated the possibility they may not be divulged because of privacy law restrictions.
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West Seneca police have yet to answer questions regarding McParlane, an Erie County sheriffs deputy, such as whether he had been drinking and, if so, how much. Earlier in the evening, McParlane attended a meeting of the Erie County Democratic Town Chairs Association in Curlys Restaurant, Lackawanna, and then met with Legislator-elect Patrick B. Burke in a South Buffalo pub.
They also have not answered any questions about what may have caused McParlane to veer into Styns path, though their documents report a moderate snowfall, and their only public statement on the accident, issued late on Nov. 27, indicates weather conditions may have contributed to the collision.
Welcome to PoliticsNY.net
www.politicswny.com, 16 Nov 2005 [cached]
DAN MCPARLANE FOR WEST SENECA DEM CHAIRMAN! UPDATE: Dan McParlane was elected West Seneca Democratic Chairman Thursday night. ### Multiple Sources say that Dan McParlane received the support of Council members Tina Bove, Vince Graber, and Dale Clarke.
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That would mean that McParlane has the support of all of the elected members of the West Seneca Town board and puts him in a great position to be elected Chairman of the West Seneca Democratic Committee. ### Sources say that McParlane has the support of West Seneca Supervisor Wallace Piotrowski & Town Board member Sheila Meegan.
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The committee members unanimously elected Daniel McParlane as the Chairman of the West Seneca Democratic Party. McParlane then spoke to the committee promising to guide with open arms, and not to rule with an iron fist. McParlane also stressed the importance of the State Senate race between Stachowski and Delano, stating "the republicans have had the control of the New York State Senate for my entire life, we as democrats have the opportunity to finally reclaim the State Senate for the working people of our State and with all of our support Senator Stachowski will be successful on election day; and therefore will be able to use his influence as the ranking member of the finance committee to help West Seneca, Erie County, and all of Western New York.
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At 28 years old McParlane is the youngest Chairman ever to be elected of the West Seneca Democratic Party, and also one of the youngest in Erie County; however McParlane has been active in races for US Congress, US Senate, NYS Governor, Erie County Executive, WS Town Supervisor, and WS Town Council."
Daniel Scott McParlane, West ...
www.buffalonews.com, 4 Dec 2013 [cached]
Daniel Scott McParlane, West Seneca Democratic chairman, Erie County sheriffs deputy Driver charged with drunk driving in crash that killed West Seneca Democratic chairman
More than a week after the two-car crash that claimed the life of West Seneca Democratic Chairman Daniel S. McParlane, town police and court officials have yet to release public documents connected with an arrest in the case.
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McParlane, 33, was also an Erie County sheriffs deputy assigned to the Holding Center. He had attended a meeting of the Democratic Town Chairs Association earlier in the evening in Curlys Restaurant, Lackawanna, and then met with Democratic Legislator-elect Patrick B. Burke in a South Buffalo pub before the crash occurred.
West Seneca Police Chief Daniel M. ...
www.buffalonews.com, 6 Dec 2013 [cached]
West Seneca Police Chief Daniel M. Denz refused to release public documents relating to the crash that killed West Seneca Democratic Chairman Daniel S. McParlane.
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The crash killed West Seneca Democratic Chairman Daniel S. McParlane.
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Further News reporting offered that McParlane, 33, was also an Erie County sheriffs deputy assigned to the Holding Center and that he had attended a meeting of the Democratic Town Chairs Association earlier in the evening in Curlys Restaurant, Lackawanna, and then met with Democratic Legislator-elect Patrick B. Burke in a South Buffalo pub before the crash occurred.
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