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June 6th 1992
July 1st 2015
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Roberto W Suarez
I will honor your memory again today and attempt to make one of the Greek dishes you showed me; Spanakopita.
I wish you were here.
Roberto W Suarez
Thinking of you Daniel. Rest in peace buddy, I'll always remember you.
HelenMarr Wakeman Johannesen
Still thinking of you...and remembering Daniel.
Love to all, Bob and HelenMarr
A Fond Rememberance
HelenMarr Wakeman Johannesen
Our daughter Jennifer put us on Facebook so we could follow our grandchildren activities [antics?]. And thus we "hooked" up with Daniel and Alexis. A few years ago Daniel posted a drawing/outline of a painting...mayb
e a week later he would add to it. In a few weeks one would have an idea of the portrait/landsc
ape.... I would eagerly anticipate the next "showing" but sometimes a month or so would pass before I would see the final art work. We miss you Daniel and all your many talents. Love, Bob and HelenMarr
"Only the good die young."
Remembering you my dear friend.
You will never be forgotten and will always have a special place in my heart. I remember the words when my brother announced your birth, I was so happy, seeing the pictures of you with those big beautiful brown eyes just brought tears to my eyes. I am so proud of you and what you have done in the short time that you were with us.
Some of the times I cherish most with you, when you were at Nana’s house playing in the back yard, when I was chasing you around, watching you play in the little pool with Alexis. As you grew I loved our conversations, you were so passionate about what you believed and always looked at all sides equally. What you accomplished in college and medical school just blew me away, I couldn’t have been more proud of what you did and of how you were as a young man.
There was never a chance of forgetting your birthday, with it being one day after Tylers, you and Tyler are a lot alike. It’s almost like you are around, I hear your voice when I talk with Tyler, I hear your laughter and see some of the same facial expressions especially when I am being silly, you both roll your eyes at me.
The world has lost a person who I know would have made a great contribution in the lives of others, not just with Daniels knowledge but also with his compassion for his work and what he believed in. The world was definitely a brighter place with him in it.
I love you very much Daniel and I will think of you every day with happiness for the time that I had with you.
With Great Love Uncle Mike
Tyler & Ryan Stroud
Our Cousin Daniel
Daniel was taken from us too soon, he was only 23 and we really looked up to him. We didn’t get to spend too much time together but we had fun when we did.
Daniel was so kind to everyone and it seemed he never got mad. Daniel had a bunny that he loved, when I asked if I could hold his bunny he brought him out and explained what to do and what not to.
When Daniel was younger he had a book of Pokemon cards, Ryan really liked that book, Ryan; would follow Daniel around and ask questions about each card. I remember Daniel telling Ryan “you can look but don’t take any cards out”, he was so proud of those cards and took such good care of them
As we got older we realized how special Daniel was, he was so smart, seemed like he knew what he wanted to do with his life when he was just a little kid. Daniel asked me what I wanted to do when I grew up, I had no idea and no answer for him, he sort of thought for a minute, then said “don’t worry about it, you’ll figure it out when you least expect it”
For our short time together we had some great memories, swimming at Nana’s, watching SpongeBob, running and playing, going to movies and our introduction to Bahama Bucks, still one of our favorite places. Thank you for including us and making us feel important.
You are forever in our hearts. Miss you!
Love Tyler & Ryan
My Nephew Daniel
July 1st is forever changed for me, this is the day we lost a special person in our family, at only 23; it makes no sense to me. Daniel was on his way to being a doctor/research
er with amazing potential. His passion and dedication for his studies was unique and wondrous. His “failing was not an option” attitude was so refreshing; it never occurred to him that he would not ever be the best. His drive and dedication was so contagious and he shared that with anyone who needed a lift.
My strongest memories of Daniel is how much he loved books and his Pokemon cards, as a little boy he was an expert on all the characters and their powers, I would just pick a card and he would fill me in on everything about it. He would always amaze me, even at that tender age.
Besides his passion for school, his family was his greatest love. He would brighten up whenever they were around. His bond with Alexis was inspiring; rarely do you see siblings get along so well. They would do anything to make the other one happy. Daniel was her biggest cheer leader, whether in school or dance, he always let her know you can do anything. Daniel also shared those feelings with his cousins, whenever we were in Amarillo he always made sure Tyler & Ryan were included, even though they were so much younger. When my boys needed help with school work he always took time for them.
I miss your smile, your big brown eyes, your laugh and talking with you, we didn’t get to spend too much time together but you were and will forever be in my heart. Rest in peace sweet boy,
Love Aunt Deb
To the Family of Daniel Stroud:
This came as a complete shock to our entire family, and only now am I starting to accept that it happened, and even still I don’t know if I can. Daniel was good to me. He was a great, sincere friend and an amazing person to be around, to talk to, or simply sit in silence.
He taught me not to be a doormat, to say aloud what I was thinking without fear, to take those fears and not allow them to mould me into someone I didn’t want to be. When my feet slowed me down, he was patient and would walk beside me at a pace I could handle, and at times I could handle more, he’d urge me on, push me to go faster. He believed in me more than I’d believed in myself, and I wouldn’t be the person I am today if it hadn’t been for him.
I remember how we’d share our writing and art, and critique each other on them. We’d trade book and show recommendations
, and introduce each other to new genres we wouldn’t have found on our own. I remember we tried to clean the pool, which ended in outright disaster, and we made more of a mess than initially intended. I remember the year when I wasn’t comfortable staying in my own home, and you graciously welcomed me in yours. It’s something I’m so grateful and thankful for and for that, I feel I can never fully repay you.
Alexis: Despite everything Daniel and I talked about, he talked about you the most, always with a smile, a laugh, or a funny story to share about his Woo. He knew how much you looked up to him and he knew how much you loved him. And judging by the way his face brightened when he spoke of you, anyone could tell that he looked up to you and loved you with the same intensity.
I read that we all have two deaths. The latter is when a person’s name is said for the last time. As long as we remember his life, how he was, how he made us feel, and what we became when we were with him, he will never truly be gone.
Words can’t express how sorry I am.
I wanted to post this link because whenever I hear this song, it reminds me of you. It's beautiful, sweeping, epic, and concludes the departure of Frodo from Middle Earth. But since your passing, it resonates as your departure from our lives. Sleep well sweet Daniel.
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