Found it!
So shortly after posting I discovered where this process came from. It was from a driver install to a USB wireless card. It's some rather old software. Oddly, there was an uninstall shell script included on the installer disc image. Here is the script ("flair" and usage responsibility warnings removed):

#!/bin/sh . /etc/rc.common echo " " echo "Please type the password of \"root\" to uninstall ..." #echo "Removing Preference Pane..." #sudo rm -r /System/Library/PreferencePanes/Wireless\ Adaptor.prefPane echo "Removing Startup Items..." sudo rm -r /System/Library/StartupItems/WiUtilityUSBStartUp echo "Removing Driver..." sudo rm -r /System/Library/Extensions/RT2500USBWirelessDriver.kext echo "Removing Application" sudo rm -r /Applications/Belkin\ Wireless\ echo "Removing Pkg" sudo rm -r /Library/Receipts/install.pkg echo " " echo "Uninstall Complete." I marked where the AppDaemon process exists in bold. However, it might be worth looking in the other directories for some of the other items listed; they may not be needed either. Hope that helps anyone trying to find and remove that old process.
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