Daniel Greenan

Oakland, California

1989 - 2013

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missing you danny, love you man keeping it lit for you always.

Talked to Dan online from time to time, he was sure we were long lost cousins :-). So sad to hear of his passing, it was always nice to hear from him. My thoughts and prayers are with his brother Sean and family.

The Petrak family sends their prayers to the Greenan Family. I had the pleasure of coaching Daniel and will never ever forget his smile.

I met Danny during my exchange program from the school in Oakland. He and his family received me at their home and treated me as a daughter. I had a lot of memories next to him, he was such an enthusiastic guy. Thank you for every smile you shared with me. Un beso desde Colombia!! you will be always in my heart!

We are so sad about Daniel. We know you have wonderful memories of your son that will fill the space in your heart that he has left. Our condolences are hardly enough. Our love to you, Chrissy and Terry Salustro

I can't imagine Danny without a smile. I loved my friend and I will/do truly miss him.

We join family and friends in mourning the loss of a wonderful young man.

Daniel was one of the first people I met at skyline. We had int. Algebra with mr. P. He always had jokes. Even after that class he always said hi. Never thought this goodbye would be soon. You will be missed.

I met Danny working together at Homewood resort in Lake Tahoe, CA. We were both cooks and had a great time every day at work, and hanging out watching hockey. He was so funny and always smiling, and he was one of my favorite people I've ever met. I am so shocked he is gone, and so confused too. He will be loved and missed.


Daniel's Obituary

Daniel GreenanDec. 26, 1989 - May 18, 2013Resident of OaklandDaniel attended Joaquin Miller, Montara, and Skyline High School. Daniel played youth hockey for the Berkeley Bulldogs and Oakland Bears. Daniel loved salmon fishing and the outdoors. He was a fun loving guy and his smile will be missed...

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