Danal Estes

October 2, 1957May 26, 2020

Danal Estes was born on October 2, 1957 and passed away on May 26, 2020 and is under the care of Stonebriar Funeral Home and Cremation Services.

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May 31, 2021

I too knew Danal from the DUET3D 3D printing community. Danal helped me solve a very difficult engineering problem. I always read all of his posts, to anyone, as all his posts were intelligent, informational and helpful. I found Danal to be considerate, intelligent and patient person.

I am very saddened to hear of his passing, he was a good one. God Bless the family and his friends. When you think of Danal, remember the joyus moments, it will aid his soul to find peace.

I too am grieving, my beloved wife and friend of 40 years passed away from CoVid in Feb 2021.

Sadly, and with great respect, 3mm

Linda Shelton

May 27, 2021

I think of Danal every time I see our great runway signs. He really made an impact on the neighborhood in the time he lived here. Wish I had gotten to know him better!

John Cassidy

May 26, 2021

I just recently learned of Danal's passing.
I worked with him at the College District about 40 years ago.
He's easily the most intelligent person I've ever met.
Can anyone please tell me any details of his passing?
Please Rest in Peace, my old friend.

Deborah Estes

December 11, 2020

Oh, sweetheart. I miss you so much this Christmastime. Always and all of them.

Rick Smith

November 13, 2020

Danal and I were the very best of friends and he was certainly my best friend. I hope he knew that even though I never told him, after all we are just in perfect men. I was relocating from his neighborhood back to Austin for a career change and we made a pact to always stay best friends. Well after six months I still wake up in the morning thinking I need to call him, nothing is worse than realizing I can’t. In the short three years I knew him we became better friends than most of my acquaintances I’ve known three decades. Certainly other people are missing his kind soul just like I am. It’s a small consolation to think that I have to wait till I am no longer on this earth to hopefully see him again.

alan wong

August 22, 2020

i only knew him from the 3D community on the duet3d forum. loved him as he was a kind warm welcoming guy for someone new like me trying to get TAMV to work. definitely will be missed and have the highest respect for him.

Tomas Temprosa

June 15, 2020

I only knew Danal as a welcome voice in the 3D community who was willing to help me and others. He will be missed.

Richard McKenna

June 6, 2020

I was so sad to here this news, I only knew Danal through the 3D printing community but he has helped me and others countless times. He always made an effort to contribute where he could and will be sorely missed. My thoughts are with his family.

mario milanesio

June 5, 2020

Bye Danal!

I feel so grateful to you because it's up to you if I could adapt my Anycubic Kossel to Duet board, and build a bigger delta for our fablab. Thank you! God bless you for you efforts and your kindness!

Jason Znack

June 5, 2020

I only new Danal through his participation in online 3D printing discussion forums. His contributions to the technical side of things was impressive and his contributions to the community side was exemplary. On behalf of his friends in the 3D printing world, his positive impact will be missed.