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Daniel Lee Henning

Mc Donald, Tennessee

Jun 22, 1957 – Dec 28, 2012


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So sorry for your loss.

Dan, it is cold and sobering, knowing we will not see your sweet earthly face again. One day in Heaven, thank God, Kenny and I will see your smiling angel face, and you will tell us all about our eternal home. We miss you so badly. You were so easy to talk to, so funny, such an incredible musician, singer, and dancer...wow...phenomenal at every turn. I hope you know how much we love you. You made us feel like somebody, and we will never forget you. God bless your sweet Barbara and precious...

We didn't know Lee Very Long But He Left A Good Impression Of A Good ,Caring Person. He Always Had A Kind word For anybody He Met.We Will Sorely Miss Lee & His Music.
May The Lord Be With The Family In Their Time Of Sorrow.

Roy & Gay Williams

Will miss your beautiful voice. May you join with the choir of the invisible in wonderful harmony. Love to you my friend, you are missed.

I guess I'll meet you in heaven now! On eagles ' wings xo

Danny, from the moment I met you I knew we would be great friend's/brothers and bandmates. Ever since you got me my first paying gig at a biker bar in Deland with a crossdressing guitar player I knew you had a great spirit and funny personality. I will miss you man. Your soul is free, go get lost in your rock and roll and drift away.

From the first moment that I met Dan, he became an instant friend. Every time that I went to see Crossfire perform he would come up and talk to me as if we had been friends our whole life. He was a great man with wonderful talent and he will be terribly missed. My heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of this dear man. May God Bless you all.

RIP Uncle Danny! I have wonderful memories of you at grandma and grandpas 50th anniversary when we were all together in Florida.

In Loving Memory: Danny, you made people laugh with your acts, warm hearts with your song, give of yourself to make others feel special. As tears run down my face as I write this, know that I love you so very much. We have been through so much in life and it has made us stronger. I have always been proud of you and your music. God gave you a beautiful voice and a great talent. I will miss you so, so much. But I will find you in the sweet by and by, singing in God's Choir. Save me a place...