Mountain View Mortuary

2350 Montebello Square Drive, Colorado Springs, CO


Daniel Day

July 3, 1977March 13, 2020

Daniel James Day, 42, of Colorado Springs passed away on March 13th, 2020. Daniel was born in Pontiac Michigan, on July 3rd, 1977 before moving to Colorado Springs. Daniel will be remembered for his passion & interest in woodworking, a skill he had grown to excel at.

Daniel was greatly loved by many family members and friends. Daniel was a beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, and grandson. Danny was a free spirit who lived life in the moment. He was a fun-loving soul that never met a stranger. He will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

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Holly Leonhardt

March 22, 2020

man we was together throu thick n thin, only I came outta it... man im soooo sorry to hear this, he was a good man, atleast hes safe up there with God! I love you Dan!

Dreg Farr

March 21, 2020

On the other side of our lives you were a very young boy. You had been "talked to" by your mom.
I do not remember who was picking on who. I think It was your grandpa Jim who started it.
You became frustrated and said a quote remembered to this day by your close family with a smile.
You looked up at your tormentor and said like an adult.
"I ist toll my ma dat' I'll be nice...
An' here you a bee' a pickin' on me."
These kind of memories make us smile and cry.
You aunt Ren and I will miss you.

Brittany Osborne

March 21, 2020

Where do I start? I remember the first day we met. I was so intimidated by you. After a few days of hanging around each other I grew to realize you were one of the kindest people on earth. We became best friends and adopted a cat together named Kippen (kip for short) shortly after we began dating and you did everything you possibly could to make me happy and to take care of me. Even after breaking up you supported me being with someone else and continued to be my best friend. For the last few months of your life I saw you daily. I miss you. I always will.

Conrad Hughes

March 20, 2020

I remember you coming over and working on Frank’s truck with us, hanging out, telling jokes, you always had something funny to say and make us laugh. You helped find a home for Drako when we moved back to Florida, then you helped pack our stuff. I always thought you’d still be there when we finally got to move back to Colorado.
It’s hard to believe you’re gone. I hope you’re in a better place, and hope we meet up again in Heaven one day. I’ll miss you Bro.

Kat and Nick Boswell

March 20, 2020

You were a very special part of our " circle of friends" and we really loved the many times you would randomly just stop to say " hi"...which always led to hours of laughter and great conversations!!!! Your collection of rosary beads and beautiful crosses spoke of your love of God......fly high my friend....no more struggle only love and peace!!!! See you on the other side!!!!!!

Rebecca Ramanand

March 20, 2020

Danny and I attended Anniston Ave and Bayou View Jr High in Gulfport, MS together. In 5th grade, we were the 2 safety patrols and therefore the last to leave. He would always walk me home and then hang out for awhile having a popsicle or some after school snack. I still remember some of our talks. He was a nice kid and I’m glad I was able to reconnect with him via FB a couple years ago. So sorry to hear of his passing.

Brenda Fritz-Farr

March 20, 2020

I remember driving from Michigan to Mississippi to pick you up to spend the summer with us. One year you could not come when you wanted because of summer ball so we brought you a HUGE stuffed animal to make you feel better.
You loved it!

Frances & James Fritz

March 19, 2020

Danny, you were a very cute little boy with red hair. Your grandpa use to call you "Purple" & you would get upset. You always called him "Pappaw". He took care of you after he retired beause your daddy worked nights & slept days. Your mommy worked days
You loved fried egg sandwiches & had your grandpa fix you one every day.