I work for University Park and took tennis reservations for Mr. Herndon for several years. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. Please accept my deepest sympathies.
Aunt Louise, Les, Anne, & John, I'm so sorry I couldn't be there but you all were in my thoughts and prayers. I love you all and Uncle Dan was an amazing person. Leslie & family
Dan Herndon will always have a special place in the hearts of the parents and Boy Scouts of Troop 70. His selfless devotion to scouting was remarkable. He was the quintessional Scout - trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly,
courteous,kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent. He led with such good cheer and understood how to help grow a boy into a man. Our heartfelt thanks go to him in memory and condolences to Mrs. Herndon and the family for their loss. Sincerely, Ann, Mike, Michael,and David Baker
Mrs. Herndon: Your husband and my father were boyhood friends spending many happy times hunting and exploring in the woods as I was told growing up. I also have fond memories of several visits to your mother in law's home with my grandmother Kathryn Heyn. My parents Dan and Dottie are deceased, but I extend love and sympathy to you in their names.
Hollis Carolyn Heyn
I am really sad to hear about the passing of Mr. Herndon. I don't get to Dallas very often anymore, but on my last trip a couple of years ago I was happy to see Mr. H at scout meeting, still in uniform and still taking attendance on his clip board. That brought back lots of happy memories. Mr. Herndon was such a constant kind and gentle influence on so many of us. It was an honor to be one of his scouts. he will be missed, but certainly not forgotten.