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Daniel Cambourelis-Haskins

September 29, 2003 — February 28, 2023




Daniel Cambourelis-Haskins, 19, of Hopkinton, passed away on February 28, 2023. Daniel was born in Boston on September 29th, 2003.  He attended Lexington Christian Academy through January of 2022 and graduated from GCVS soon after.  He was working as a computer consultant in the midst of a gap year, having deferred his admission to the University of Connecticut to Fall of 2023.


Daniel will be remembered for his creative ideas and his love of sharing his learning with others. Remarkably, Daniel was self-taught in many subjects.  A voracious reader, he excelled at synthesizing volumes of information through a scriptural lens, becoming wise beyond his years. He loved long discussions with family and friends about geopolitics, science, history, philosophy, and world affairs. 


Known for his extensive knowledge of technology and his creative inventions, Daniel crafted innovative technological applications to improve peoples’ lives and enjoyed helping those who struggled with its use.  He was a gifted woodworker and artist, receiving prestigious awards for his artwork. As an Eagle Scout, he enjoyed the outdoors and serving by mentoring younger scouts, illuminating many conversations with his sparkling wit and contagious smile.


But most important to Daniel’s heart was the honor of reaching others with the hope of connecting them with his Savior and the hope of seeing the world become a truer reflection of Heaven. 


Despite his many accomplishments, Daniel invariably deflected praise and would faithfully respond, “All glory be to God!”.  Daniel’s humility, intelligence, sensitivity, sincerity, and twinkling smile will be deeply missed.



Daniel is survived by parents Daniel M. Haskins and Diane C. Cambourelis, grandfather Thomas Ewing Haskins, aunt Nancy (Ivan) Haskins-Leblanc, uncle John (Nina) Haskins, uncle Thomas (Sabrina) Haskins, uncle Mark LaPerle, aunt Eleni (Michael) Benedikt and cousins: Ruth Martins, Marie Scott, Andrew Leblanc, Jillian Leblanc, Walker Haskins, Victoria Haskins, Katerina Benedikt, Andreas Benedikt, and many second cousins, friends and neighbors. 


In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to International Justice Mission (IJM) online at:

or sent by mail indicating “In memory of Daniel Cambourelis-Haskins” to: International Justice Mission (IJM), P.O. Box 2227, Arlington, VA 22202.

** A Celebration of Daniel’s Life: will be held on Saturday, March 25th at 10:30 AM at Faith Community Church, 146 East Main Street, Hopkinton, MA.


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