Let the memory of Danny live on through us.
  • 48 years old
  • Born on June 2, 1970 in Puyallup, Washington, United States.
  • Passed away on March 8, 2019 in Aurora, Colorado, United States.

Danny was born June 2, 1970, to Robert (Bobby) Kindness and Marlene (Frost) Kindness in Puyallup, WA. He was the youngest of three. Danny was a 1989 graduate of Billings Senior High. He married Keri Knowlton July 11, 1992. Together they had two sons, Zachery and Jeremy. After divorcing he met Heidi Anderson. Together they had two sons, Jared and Logan. 

Danny enjoyed the outdoors growing up, hunting in the Pryors and fishing with his dad and good friends. He loved spending time with his boys playing catch and watching WWE. He was a music lover listening to everything from the Beatles to Easy E, Staind, The Stone Temple Pilots, Pearl Jam, Sound Garden, Lynard Skynard, Led Zeppelin, Pink Floyd, and Alice in Chains.

Danny was known for cracking jokes, his quick wit, his infectious smile, and his kind spirit. 

He was preceded in death by his mother Marlene, his sister Robin, his niece Kennedy, and nephew John. He is survived by his father Robert, his brother Robert, Jr., his four sons Zachery, Jeremy, Jared, and Logan, his sisters Renae Kindness and Shari Frost, his nieces Brandi Garcia, Lissa and Ashley Couture, Leona and Caitlin Kindness, Eva Jackowski, his nephews Chance and Shane Jackowski, and his two handsome grandsons Hayden Thomas and Christopher Daniel Kindness.

A viewing has been scheduled for Thursday, March 21, 2019 between 10 AM and 4 PM. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, March 22, 2019 at Bullis Mortuary, 507 N Center Ave. Hardin, MT.

We will remember him forever.

Posted by Shari Frost on 20th March 2019
Dear Danny, I just can't believe I am even doing this, because we discussed this Daniel. We were supposed to live until we were great grandparents, and you were supposed to teach those grandkids your trade. You had a real talent for laying brick and stone. I remember how you let the girls help you lay block at that little corner store on N Broadway and 2nd in Billings. They were so proud... I could literally fill this entire page of stories I have about you, but I won't because those stories are for your boys when I can see them and maybe see YOU again in their eyes, to tell them of things my mother shared with me, and my own memories, about you. Wherever you are, I pray God and his mighty angels allow you a way to assure those of us you left behind, that you are ok, at peace and happy. I pray that you are reunited with your mother, Robin Gayle, and Kennedy. I told you I'd help with those boys if anything ever happened to you, and I will. Currently I'm reeling from the loss of you and others & it's taking me time, but I'll do my best. You know how much I love them. I just wanna ask, if you can, please let them feel your essence, and the best of who you were as often as possible Danny. That would be so appreciated, because we just can't take anymore in this family. Until we meet again, I love you DannyMan, S.

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