- 41 years old
- Date of birth: Feb 10, 1967
- Place of birth:
St. Louis, Missouri, United States
- Date of passing: Apr 15, 2008
- Place of passing:
Tucson, Arizona, United States
|Dan's life sometimes inspired us - often made us smile - frequently reminded us that life is a grand adventure. Our souls were changed by knowing him; our hearts hold his memory as long as we live.|
This memorial website was created in memory of Daniel Clark, 41, born on February 10, 1967 and passed to the next plane on April 15, 2008. May it be a tribute to his life and legacy.
"Today Dan I think of you at Peace. Eight year's ago I called
your Grandmother and Mom. They were at the hospital in
Tucson sitting with you. You were kept very comfortable.
Danny your Mom continues to send me Janet Evanovich books. I received several more this week. You already know this, but you
Mom is a loving, generous soul.
I can't believe it's been eight year's Danny. I am blessed to part of your Memorial. As I sit here I still remember your Grandmother's voice on April 24th. Your Mom's too."
"Birthday Greetings dear Danny. Today your mom sent me a picture
of herself in Valentine shaped sunglasses. No doubt she was at of
her favorite thrift shops. Yesterday I received a package from your
mom. I now have many books by Janet Evanovich. Your mom opens
her heart to the world, Danny. She misses you tremendously, but it's soothing to know you've got Grandmother Agnes with you. What more can I say?Your Grandma isn't any ordinary person! xoxo"
"Always missing you, Danny, and your Grandmother so much. You were a pair to me, and it's hard to see one without the other. Glad to know you both are beautifully free and at peace together. I think of you especially every February 10, and know that's a meaningful day -- with special memories of caring for my little red-haired nephew during my only Summer in New Orleans. Peace be with you. With love."
"Hi, honey. Happy birthday! I guess I celebrated with you by getting a 'new' car today; my convertible threw a rod on Friday and the mechanic said the repair would be $1800 (new engine) and the transmission would need replacing soon since it has over 168,000 miles on it ($2200). Larry decided that was too much money. So we looked for a dependable car for me on Craigslist over the weekend. We found a one-owner 2002 Chrysler Voyager minivan yesterday. Today we picked it up. Wow, does it have a fantastic sound system!! You would love it! I do. :-) Oh, and the car looks good and drives smoother than the convertible did.
I'm already thinking how much stuff I can haul from yard Saturday sales... Your Grandma would love it - it sets so high up she could see forever down the road. Remember how she liked her Ford Eddie Bauer Explorer? And she wanted to buy a Ford 250 pickup truck? :-) I miss you both so much.
I'm copying my cd's to this laptop and calling it my jukebox. Sam helped me with the backup of the files. I'm selling the originals at the flea market and I didn't want to chance losing the music if my computer gets lost or crashes.
Well that's life in the fast lane here in flip flop land. I love you, sweetheart."
"Hello Daniel. It's been a pretty day for the memory of your
birthday. I think of you and your Grandmother often. Also
I have loving thoughts of your very special mom. She's
always with me Daniel. Daniel you had so much talent and
intelligence that your loved one's didn't know how to react
to it. Like Janice Joplin.
Back to your Grandmother Daniel. I know you two had
some interesting adventures. She told me you gave your
cell phone to a homeless person one day. Sounds like
something your mom would do. As your Grandmother would
say, "Well for heaven's sakes!""
"Hi,honey, AS Paula said, I visited your brother and his girlfriend, Liz. It was a lovely visit, but, as usual, I missed your humor and, well, your art. :-) I did buy several books of 'how to' book to share with your brother, but you would have known 'how to' immediately ......you must have been magic... no wonder I love you, honey..."
"Hi Dan. You mom came to visit. We had a good time.
Special memories of you and your grandmother.
Your mom drove to Columbia, MO and visited with Sam."
"Hi Dan. I spoke with you on the phone one day. I asked if
your Grandmother was available to talk or was she busy.
You said, "she's not doing anything, she just ate a pot roast.""
"For Danny. It's about time... love always, mom"
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