The family of Brian Anthony Daniel Sr. uploaded a photo
Tuesday, June 28, 2022
Jenna posted a condolence
Monday, May 16, 2022
Well I was scrolling around today and saw your picture on my face book. Tears started rolling down my face. Growing up is weird some how were suppose to learn to live without the most important people in our lives. Growing up you were always sweet to me I remember you picking me up in your Toyota truck and having beat. Me and Jess always crazy and you would be the first to join us. I remember our last time together at tallac you me and Jess. Ill be missing you give my momma a hug for me. Love you
Kathleen Johnson posted a condolence
Saturday, May 7, 2022
And his cousin Amber. I am sorry I almost forgot to mention her.
Kelli posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 26, 2022
I used to have this beat up 10 speed with no brakes..we were probly 10-12 years old overtime my brother came to visit we would ride around and every single time he would jump off the bike and yell ghost rider. And I would hit the neighbors truck. Not once or twice. Every time I would get back on the handlebars. I probly would get in them today. Knowing I would hit hit that damn truck. Miss him
Jessica Daniel posted a condolence
Saturday, April 23, 2022
We have always had the best times and adventures together dad, and I truly cherish every single second of each one. Youve always been there for me no matter if I was right or wrong, you were always by my side proud as hell that I was your daughter. Youve been there for me through just about everything, being pregnant with maiya, after maiya was born, her first steps everything and for that me and nelson are truly grateful for maiya to have a papa like you. You have gone everywhere, on every trip with me just about. We traveled a lot of cities and states together you and I (of course the people with us, but I always made sure to include you.) the last trip we went on was with me, you, nelson and maiya and we went clear up to Shasta and on the way back we went to mt lassen nation volcanic park and we has the best time ever. Even though we messed up and went a holiday weekend and struggled to find a hotel and staying in that one crappy ran down place in Redding, we still had the time of our lives because we were all together. Its remembering times like those that bring tears to my eyes kuz even though it was shitty we still had a blast! I was sad the other day and wanted to call you but then I remembered that I couldnt call you anymore because you moved on to a better place. Im sorry Im probably just rambling now thinking about all of our good times. My point is I just hope you know how much me, nelson, and maiya love and miss you and we talk about you all the time. We hope and pray you are up there with grandma Jackie, grandma Phyllis, Darren and aunt Brenda just having the best time and you arent sad you had to leave us because even though we are sad, we understand that you were tired of fighting and you were ready to let go and finally be at peace. We love you dad! So very much and we will always remember you!
Jessica posted a condolence
Friday, April 22, 2022
Thank you for your kind words and memories! Its always good and nice to hear old stories of my dad! Brians daughter -Jessica
Aunt Kathie posted a condolence
Thursday, April 21, 2022
I remember when he was about seven. He was staying with us and his Grandma Phyllis out in the Citrus Heights area. I was making taco's and was asking everyone about how many they thought that they could eat. Brian and his Uncle Jeff got into a bidding war. Brian was hell bent on eating more taco's than his Uncle Jeff. Now I can't remember who won, I think that they tied. Brian was a good kid and I loved him very much. Now he can see his Mom, Dad and Grandma Phyllis who loved him very much too.