Let the memory of Daniel be with us forever
  • 48 years old
  • Born on August 22, 1956 .
  • Passed away on August 31, 2004 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Daniel Bentley 48 years old , born on August 22, 1956 and passed away on August 31, 2004. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sherri Mastin on August 23, 2016
So many childhood memories of you on the farm--your bikes, the trips going up or coming back--stopping for ice cream "if we were really good". Pheasant hunting with you and dad (even if you both used me as the dog to scare the pheasants out of the ditches) and making Indian Chief headdresses with the pheasant feathers at Thanksgiving. You touched lives in ways you never knew. Gone too soon but your memory lives on in all of us. You are loved more than you'll ever know. Until we meet again, keep an eye on us (you might want to keep both eyes on more than one of us). Love you Danny...until we meet again.
Posted by Carl Adams on August 23, 2016
Happy birthday uncle dan!! I'll always remember you and what u taught me.. Thanks to u i know what it takes to be happy and successful thanks for teaching me the skills and real life values that keep me goin everyday.. See ya again love u
Posted by Laura Nicholas on August 23, 2016
When I was a younen I remember going into a grocery store with aunt are uncle Dan and James. Well me and James decided to steel some candy and as we were walking back to the car uncle Dan started poking me with his cane and the candy started rattling in my pocket. I tried saying it was nothing but he made me show him what it was. I was so mad when he marched us back into the store and made us give back the candy and apologize to the manager. Now 25 years later I understand the importance of what uncle Dan did that day. Now I have morals and values and would never do something dishonest. And it's thanks to lessons like these. -Nicky
Posted by Jon Conkling on August 23, 2016
Uncle Dan was a great man! Especially when it came to kids, he had the biggest heart! I remember camping with aunt sue, uncle dan, chris, Cindy, and james. They had this doberman pincher. This dog ripped the bumper off of their camper. Uncle dan told James and I to go get the dog. He had a great laugh when this dog was dragging James and I around the campground lol!
Posted by Roxanne Mobley on August 22, 2016
You were always my big brother you taught me lots in life you always have time for me and your family and I lived a whole lifetime in the short time you were here I love you and miss you rest in peace brother until we meet again
Posted by Susan Bentley on August 22, 2016
I miss u more n more everyday...I thank God everyfay for u giving me the most awesome kids n now grandkids....I know you watch over them everyday n all nite too.....May you rest now n have enjoyment...I love u n allways did....

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