Danica Joan Enyart

October 7, 1976April 12, 2017
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Enyart, Danica Joan

Danica Enyart, originally Danica Glasgow, was born 7 October 1976 to Williard "Mitchell" Glasgow and Beverly Elaine Glasgow in Anchorage, AK. Danica graduated from Dimond High School in 1995. Married James "Allen" Enyart" on 19 Feb 2004 in Alaska and began their journey across country at the whim of the United States Army. In 2009, the family moved to Valrico, FL where they reside. 2011 Danica graduated from Western Governor's University with a BS in Human Resources Management. Danica was much more than a daughter, sister, wife and mother. Danica volunteered and served as a role model to Girl Scout Troop 33011 of the Girl Scouts of West Central Florida. She was an avid Board Gaming fanatic, organizing several events to spread the love of the hobby, Danica will always be remembered for her smile, gentle and caring demeanor, and how she made everyone feel special. Danica, you are loved and truly missed by the multitude of people that had the pleasure to meet you. Danica is survived by her Grandparents Fred Ferrell and Joan M. Sheffield; parents Bev and Mitch of Anchorage, AK, her sister Adryan Glasgow of Eugene, and her three children Michael "Zane" McCloud, Darien W. Enyart, and Alesya C. Enyart of Valrico; and her husband James Allen Enyart and assorted Aunts, Uncles, and Cousins. Danica has been preceded in death by her grandparents Williard L. Glasgow, Mildred J.Glasgow, and Joseph Sheffield.

A celebration of life service will be held on Saturday 15 APR, 2017 at 3PM at the Tampa Underground Hub. 1925 E. 2nd AVE, Tampa, FL. 33605


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Ben Rodder (UK)

September 25, 2017

The board gaming community is a far worse place now.

Rest easy Danica


April 19, 2017

Danica has touched so many lives, being so kind and generous... She will be missed in the board gaming community.
I am grateful to have known her, even though it was very brief. She will stay in my thoughts.
My condolences to all family and friends.

John and Pam Thomas

April 16, 2017

We have had you all in our thoughts and prayers for the past several months. Just know that you all are loved and thought of often. I don't know your beliefs, but I see Danica as happy and feeling peaceful now. I think she will continue to look over you all and help and comfort you often.

Cheryl Robinson-Lopez

April 16, 2017

To Danica's family, my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time. I am shocked to hear of Danica's passing, and I am truly sorry for everyone's loss. I grew up with Danica in Anchorage, Alaska and there isn't a childhood memory without her and her sister Adryan. The Glasgow family was my second family, and I am forever grateful for the memories we shared. While the miles and years separated us, I never stopped thinking about Danica. She is one that can't and will never be forgotten. Thank you for the memories dear friend, and may you rest in peace. You will always be in my heart.

Amy McLaughlin

April 16, 2017

I'm a better person for having known Danica. She was one of a kind, a shining example of someone who made the world a better place just for being her. She lived for others. Especially her children and husband. She was selfless and brave. I will live forever having her guide me as an example of how I want to live my life and the person I hope to be. It breaks my heart into a thousand pieces to say goodbye now but she will never be forgotten.

Ambra Mavis

April 16, 2017

While I was in the class of 1997, I remember Danica from high school. She was a very kind person. To her family, I am so sorry for your loss. I can relate to what you are going through because I lost my sister this past September. It's so painful and so hard. My heart hurts even more for her children. My sister was also a mother. I wish I could say something to ease your pain, but I know there is nothing that would take it all away other than having her back. Hold those babies so close and tight. They are going to need it. You are all in my thoughts and have been for days.
Be kind to yourselves and allow yourselves whatever time you need. There is no right or wrong. Grieving is very individual.

Patrick Dignam

April 15, 2017

Danica could always be counted for a uplifting smile, a kind word, and as a fierce competitor! We will miss her greatly and can only hope to carry-on her warmth and graciousness in this life to others as she did so easily. Our condolences from my family to yours, with love.

Marlene Newsome

April 15, 2017

May prayers and blessings surround the family now and always.

Fred Ocasio

April 15, 2017

To the entire family, my sincere condolences go out to you. I just want to express the how lucky we are to have had Danica as friend and neighbor. It's heartbreaking to see someone in the prime of their life pass like this. She's the only person I have ever met in Florida who went to Dimond high School in Alaska, my older sister went there and I attended Chinook elementary school in the same area. She will be missed, may she rest in peace...

Tammy Birch-Inoue

April 15, 2017

To Danica's friends and family. You are forever in my thoughts and in my heart. Danica was such a beautiful woman, her laughter and smile was always the most contagious thing in any room she occupied. I find happiness in those memories and in the memories she gave all of us. In that she lives forever.