In loving memory of

Daniel "Danny" Duran
October 7, 1965 - January 1, 2023

Daniel "Danny" Duran, 57, was born in Glendale, Arizona on October 7th, 1965. He passed away in a tragic accident on January 1, 2023, in Surprise, Arizona.

He is survived by his wife Shelley, and his four children Danielle (Edgar), Richard, Robert (Corey), and Blake. He is also survived by his three grandchildren Natalie, Edgar Jr. "Guero", and Sophia. As well as his extended family and friends.

Daniel was a hard-working family man. He would sometimes work too hard, but it was all to support his family. Spending time with family could be a regular day after work having dinner with his wife and two at-home children. Going out with his eldest daughter and her family to one of his grandkid's games. Or simply seeing his youngest son on the weekend.

One of Danny's many legacies is love. He leaves his love behind with his wife, kids, and grandkids. Along with the rest of his family and friends. Daniel's love was unconditional, and he let you know it. He was always saying how much he loved his family. It could be in person, over the phone, or a text. He made sure you knew you felt his love. Speaking for his family, we all feel it. We will all continue to feel his love and presence.

On behalf of the family, we love you, we will continue to love you. You will be in the hearts of all your family and friends for the rest of their lives. Again, we love you Daniel "Danny" Duran.

Daniel's celebration of life will take place on January 14th between 2 to 5 PM. It will be held at Sierra Montana Recreation Center, 14861 N. Spring Lane, Surprise, AZ 85388. This is a time to celebrate Daniel's life and remember all the good times and even the bad ones. A time to come together to support the Duran family in Daniel's name. Food and drinks will be provided. This is a non-alcohol event. For questions, please reach out to Daniella Alejos or Robert Duran.


Alicia BUstos wrote on Jan 6, 2023:

"One of the most happy-go-lucky cousins I had. You will be missed. Lots of love and prayers to all of the family. Cousin, Alicia Bustos"