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|Posted by: Travis Rosenthal|
Sun July 14, 2019
DISH GARDEN WITH FRESH FLOWERS was sent by CJO.
Much love and adoration from your friends and fans at the Chicago Jazz Orchestra (Jazz Members Big Band).
|Posted by: Sara Elizabeth Wood-Gibbs|
Mon July 15, 2019
|I am so sorry to learn of Danny's passing. I had no idea he was ill. He was a very important friend of my husband, Bruce Wood, who was a drummer. From the age of 16, we watched Danny grow as a man and as a musician. Bruce loved Danny like a brother, and Danny would often come over or call Bruce to listen to some local groups. They played gigs together and commiserated with each other over the years. We were proud to know Danny. When Bruce passed away in 2009, Danny was a pallbearer, and he played Taps as Bruce was laid to rest. I celebrate Danny's life and influence. I pray for Peace for you and your family. Sent with love, Sara|
|Posted by: Ernesto R|
Sat July 20, 2019
|I’m very sorry to read the passing of your beloved Daniel. Please accept my sincere condolences. I have personally looked for comfort after losing a loved one and I learned that God is eager to comfort us (2 Co 1:3,4) I felt comforted by the promise made by God of bringing back to life those who sleep in death (1 Thes. 4:14). So think about the idea of you hugging, kissing and talking to Dany again. He will come back into an Earth free of suffering, sickness and anything that causes us to shed tears of pain (Rev. 21:4). This hope is both sure and firm because Jehovah God cannot lie (Heb. 6:18; Titus 1:2). Is my sincere desire that you can also find comfort in this words during this difficult time for you.|
|Posted by: Maurice T. Mahon|
Wed July 24, 2019
|I was very sad to see that my good friend in high school has passed on. I’m sorry I could not attend the services. And that I missed the opportunity to visit with my cousins.
I’m having a mass said at St. Martin de Porres parish in Taylorsville, Utah on August 17 at 5PM. I hope this is some comfort for your family.
Sincerely, Maurice Mahon