Condolence From: Jody Scarbrough, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: I am so sorry to hear of Dan’s passing. He made us feel so welcomed in our new neighborhood. He will be missed. Connie, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Tim Scarbrough, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Dan was a wonderful neighbor and friend. He was always upbeat and willing to help anyone in the neighborhood. I always enjoyed speaking and interacting with Dan, he was insightful and had a good sense of humor. Dan will be missed by all that knew him in Corkscrew Woodlands.
Condolence From: Trish Mayhorn, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Tonya and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Thinking of you with love.
Trish and Jay
Condolence From: Carol Allin, Yellow Springs, OH
Condolence: I am sending all my love to Connie, Tonya, Amy, and the grandkids---as well as to Bill, Frank, Bruce, and Jim ~ ~ ~ I didn't know Dan half as well as I'd have liked to---and most of my memories of Bruce's family members are nearly ancient history now. But, with loving thoughts, I pray for your comfort, support, and ease of grief in God's timing. It takes courage to be the family members who remain here on Earth. Please know that ALL will be healed in the great by-and-by----be patient with yourselves. Remember something beautiful and smile, let it lift your heart. ~C~
Condolence From: Rosemarie & David Ramsey, Morristown, TN
Condolence: Amy & Brian
We were saddened to hear of your loss.
Please accept our deepest condolences. houghts and prayers for comfort and peace to you and your family.
Condolence From: Bob Allmendinger, Columbus, OH
Condolence: My condolences to you all. When I first became a central office technician, in 1994, I was assigned to the Westerville office. Dan called in regularly, to work with me to repair phone service. He was unfailingly one of the most understanding, kind, calm souls I've ever worked with. Over a nearly 33 year career, I can count only a very few like him. I can still hear his voice, as if it were yesterday. Peace.
Condolence From: ron wiggins, powell, Ohio
Condolence: To Connie,Amy,and Tonya, I am so sorry to hear of Dan's passing.He was a good man a great person to be with and a fellow employee.I will not forget all the good times we had at work and at golfing.RIP my good friend
Condolence From: Bruce Cromer, Yellow Springs, OH
Condolence: Sonnet for My Brother Dan
You fought the first brave struggles with our dad,
A stepson heralding his right to be,
Blazing the trail, confronting him when mad;
His rage denying independency.
Thus you became a hero in my youth,
Who wrestled, did high dives, enlisted when
A war had split our country, clouding Truth
And breaking families, fathers and young men.
You showed me Love and marriage could unite,
And such a union's children could enrich,
Renew that which went wrong with what was Right,
Repair frayed marital ties with Love's tight stitch.
From our stern father's house of storm and fear,
You claimed Your Way through Life: strong, calm, and clear.
Love from Carol, Bruce, Charlie, Toby, and Elliot