Dan-Perez-Obituary

Dan Perez

Aurora, Illinois

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Connie, I am so sorry for your loss, my deepest sympathies to you and your family.

Dear Connie and Bill,

I was out of the country and did not know about the loss of your father till today. Please know that you are in my thoughts and prayers.

We had many great times with your father and mother at the KC's in years past. Dan had a great sense of humor and really enjoyed being around not only his family, but his friends.

My God give him rest.

Bernie Perez and Family,

I was sorry to hear of your fathers passing. I am sure he was a good man and a great father. My sympathies to you and your family.

Greg Heimsath
gheimsath@gmail.com

Thank you for your service Mr. Perez. My deepest sympathies to the Perez Family.

Connie, I am sorry for your loss, your Dad was a great guy, I loved the way your Mom and Dad were together, they made a great couple for sure. May god give you the strength to get through this, and just know that God is there waiting to welcome him with open arms. Love, to you, friend. Perry and Pam (Cate) Gantz

As a little girl, I would make my way through the back yards to my Grandma Padilla's (Julia's) house, often forgetting it was Monday and her brothers were visiting. I imagine they are all visiting together again. Uncle Danny used to tell me that I reminded him of his granddaughter, which touched my heart for him and his loss. Though his passing comes as sad news, my heart is gladdened knowing he has been reunited with those he loved. I'm sure my dad, Chuck Padilla, was happy to greet him as...

Always and ever in my heart. Uncle Dan, I loved the way you harmonized with my Dad, Sal. You guys loved to break out the guitar and ukelele and jam at family get-togethers. Loved how you loved to laugh and tell jokes. Ma looked forward in your later years with my other uncles--those morning coffee klatches she would share with her brothers at 208 Rural St. in Aurora, my grandparents old house. Julia would serve frijoles and tortillas y todo! She knew you missed that cuisine at home....

God bless you Uncle Danny. Much love and peace to our family. Say hi to everyone for me up there. I miss them. I wish I knew you better. Love and respect from your grand grand nephew (I think that's right) Jack.

Uncle Danny, Sal and me singing oldies.

Iloved and looked up to all y uncle, but I felt closest to Uncle Danny, because I spent more time in his company. I loved him and will always be prous to be his nephew. God bless you Uncle Danny.

Obituary

Dan's Obituary

Perez, Dan 95, of Aurora, passed away Tuesday, September 24, 2013 at Presence Mercy Center. He was born on July 21, 1918. Mr. Perez was a U.S. Air Force veteran of WWII and was a member of the Knights of Columbus #736. Survivors include his five children: Connie (William) Johnson, Kenneth Perez,...

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