Daniel “Danny” Lee Moran

Daniel "Danny" Lee Moran
Daniel “Danny” Lee Moran

Daniel “Danny” Lee Moran, 67, of Amarillo, died Tuesday, November 10, 2020.

Memorial services will be at 1:00 P.M., Saturday, November 14, 2020 in Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Dr. G. A. Roach officiating.  Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd.

Danny was born on October 24, 1953 in Fort Worth, Texas.  He was adopted as an infant by Tom and Barbara Moran.  He grew up mainly on the Moran Ranch between Dumas and Hartley.  He attended Hartley schools and graduated in 1972 from Amarillo High.

He was preceded in death by his dad, Tom Moran, in 2007.

He was well loved and would do anything for anyone; hard worker, and loved his family, especially his grandkids.  Danny loved being outdoors, being in the water either lake or ocean, scuba diving and 4th of July fireworks.  His favorite thing to do was BBQ with friends and family.

Danny is survived by his mother, Barbara, of California; his only child, Gee Price and husband Mark Price; three grandkids, Krys Swindell, Daryan Swindell and Chasity Swindell and husband John Valadez; three great-grandkids, Casey Valadez, Telly Valadez and Oliver Swindell; his brothers, Jon Moran and wife Sheryl and their kids, Malorie Moran, Blake Moran, Brock Moran, Andrew Kniveton and Robert Kniveton; Patrick Moran and wife Courtney and their daughter, Harper June; Tommy Collum and Randy Collum; his sisters, Jana Cyr and son, Taylor; Janice Collum Laflowers and kids, Molly, Nathan and Clifton; and Debra Collum Davis and kids, Heather and Sandy; and his best friend, Donny and wife Tammy.

6 Replies to “Daniel “Danny” Lee Moran”

  1. We are so sorry to learn of the passing of our dear friend, Danny. We just heard today, Nov 23rd. He and Glen grew up together in Hartley. We are sending prayers for those of you left behind. May our God give you peace and comfort during this time and in days to come..

  2. Thank you so much. Im his daughter and I havent got to meet alot of his family.. ive heard lots of stories. Yes he will be missed terribly. Thank you

  3. Dan was a very nice man with a big heart.
    We loved our cousin and enjoyed when he came to visit us on farm in honey creek iowa where his father Tom was born. They came back for many Christmases and other occasions and we had many good times together. He didn’t like to be bored and neither did we.
    He will be missed by al.
    Kevin and Annette Moran part of Joe and Leona Moran family.

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