Tea Party Fort Lauderdale Leader Danita Kilcullen Has Died

Tea Party Fort Lauderdale Founder Danita Kilcullen has died. Ms. Kilcullen lost her battle with cancer over the weekend. Since 2009, Kilcullen has been the leading Tea Party voice in south Florida.

While we did not always agree with her political views, Danita was a staunch fighter of local corruption. Whether it was rallies on street corners, meetings at loca restaurants, judicial forums or recruiting school board candidates, Kilcullen knew the best place to make real changes were in her own backyard. 

Danita was eager to share our stories with her vast email network. She appreciated a hard-hitting story even if she didn’t agree with it. Danita was always quick to call with compliments. She will be missed.

Rest in peace, Danita.

The following was posted by her family on Facebook:

Danita Kilcullen has gone on to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ

Danita Kilcullen has passed away from complications caused by her battle with Multiple Myeloma Cancer.

Danita passed at 12:50 am Sunday June 5th 2016 at Broward General Hospital while being comforted bedside by her husband Brian, son Julian, daughter-in-law Sylvia, and dear friend Corinne.

She was the Founder of Tea Party Fort Lauderdale, America’s longest running weekly tea party.
Her family would appreciate a short period of privacy as they grieve and make arrangements.  

Published by Tom Lauder

Covering South Florida Politics Since 2010...As Seen On: POLITICO, The Huffington Post, The South Florida Sun-Sentinel, The Miami Herald, WPLG LOCAL 10 (ABC MIAMI), The New Times

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