Daniela Nicol Lute was greeted into this world February 18, 1996, by her parents Michelle Taylor and Phillip Scott Lute at Women’s and Children’s Hospital in San Antonio TX.
Dani began her educational journey at Children’s House of Montessori school, where she developed crucial study habits and creative processes which enriched her early intellectual growth. She attended Raba, Northwoods, and Ward elementary schools. Middle school years were spent at Connally Middle school. Now, firmly on her chosen path toward the medical profession she attended the High School for Health Careers. She graduated in 2014 was accepted into the nursing program and went on to receive a bachelor's in nursing as a proud Islander at Texas A&M Corpus Christi in 2018.
It was important to chronicle in detail her scholastic journey because of all the friendships she developed and lovingly maintained through the years. Daniela approached most things in her life with a fearless yet humble determination, which was evident in the way she met and maintained friendships and accomplished her goals.
Daniela enjoyed playing soccer and like most things she excelled at it. She enjoyed singing in the choir through middle school and high school. She thoroughly enjoyed, loved hanging out with her friends. She loved to laugh and would often do so. Dani would also make sure everyone around her was laughing as well.
Daniela loves her parents Michelle, Anthony, and Phillip. Daniela loves her sister Jennifer Lute-Moise. Daniela loves, loves, loves, her nephews Antoine, Xaviar, and Jackson; her nieces Sophia and Jennalisse. Daniela loves her Godfather Derrick Carter and her lifelong friends Courteney, Maricella, and Alexa. Daniela loves all of her family and friends, far too many to mention, but under her umbrella of love none are forgotten.
The Name Daniela in Hebrew means “God is my Judge” Daniela is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and temperance personified, and for those who knew and loved her, she will continue to live on in us forever.