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(April 3, 1934 - March 6, 2014)

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Cathy Eberly
McKinney, Texas
March 24, 2014 11:30 AM
I, like my sisters have many wonderful memories of my dad. He would try his best to play jacks with me, take me fishing and of course teach us cards and dominos. I remember him playing April Fools tricks on my grandma. He had a very quick wit and could always make me laugh. His love of animals, sports and bowling he definitely passed on to me. Dad, who's going to give me my bowling tips now?? Not a day goes by that I don't think of you and miss you. I hope you are at peace and you know how much you were loved by us all.

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Claudine Lonergan
Rio Rancho, NM
March 20, 2014 5:53 PM
More memories from his daughters; Christine, Claudine, and Cathy. We always loved when Dad went grocery shopping. He came home with all the snacks and goodies. He could make a nighttime snack of a bowl of ice cream taste amazing. Sometimes when we were supposed to be sleeping, we could hear him laughing to Johnny Carson. We would sneak down there, saying we couldn’t sleep and he would let us stay up and watch it too! That was a treat to get to stay up late with him. We have many memories of card games and dominos. When we were young, we used to love to watch them play and as we got older, he taught us the games that we so enjoyed watching. To this day we still play the games that we learned from him.

Christine Eberly
Rio Rancho, New Mexico
March 19, 2014 10:57 AM
These memories are from his daughters Christine, Claudine and Cathy. We remember spending time with our brothers and visiting family and learning of family history when we would go to Texas. One trip to Galveston stands out in our mind. Eric and Lee were also with us girls on this trip and Dad took us to the ocean to have some seafood but all of us kids ordered hamburgers. Dad said "I brought you all the way to the ocean to have seafood and you order hamburgers." On that same trip all of us kids were in the camper and Dad misjudged the overhang of a drive thru. He dented the top portion of the camper and it surprised us all, but that did not interrupt our wonderful vacation in Galveston. Eric and Lee also came to New Mexico and we all went camping at Conchas Lake and had a lot of fun boating and water-skiing. We have great memories of dad whether it was Claudine staying up late watching Johnny Carson with Dad, Cathy going fishing and dress shopping while visiting Dad in the summer in Texas and Christine's memory of Dad trying to teach her how to drive a stick shift on her first car. He taught us to be respectful and instilled proper values that made us who we are today. We will miss you Dad and there will forever be a hole in our hearts.

Kathy Murphy
March 12, 2014 9:59 PM
To the Family of Dan Wyche; My thoughts and prayers have been with you all,this difficult day. I am a very close friend of Dan"s sister Jeanne and for that reason have had the pleasure to meet not only Dan but a few of his family members. My heart has been heavy today for my Dear Friend Jeanne whom I have grown to know and love dearly over the past few years. My hope is that each of you will gain comfort from one of my favorite scriptures that is from Isaiah 57:15 that in part states that those who are "crushed and lowly in heart Jehovah will revive." May you all have a measure of peace in days to come. Sincerely,

Becky Jo & Frank Bussey
Gorman, Texas
March 10, 2014 8:29 PM
We will miss Danny. I remember times you all came to Grandmother's home in Galveston. Danny was so handsome and you girls so beautiful. Mother (Becky Nell Cornelius Hannie) used to tell of all the fun times she had visiting your family in Gustine.

Danny was a kind person and my Grandmother and her brother Joe Hartson loved him very much.

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