OBITUARY

Dan L Boggus

January 26, 1956July 7, 2019

Dan L. Boggus Jr. 63, of Arlington Texas, a man that dearly loved his family and friends, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, July 7. Dan was born and raised on the Eastside of Fort Worth and graduated from Eastern Hills High School in 1974.

He began his business career with Jones Blair Paint Company, working at a branch in East Fort Worth where he quickly was promoted to Branch Manager. As the youngest candidate he was promoted to Assistant General Branch Manager over all branch operations. At the age of 25, he had his only child Kris, whom Dan raised to be strong and independent. Many say she both looks and acts like her father. Having grown up the son of a Fort Worth based home builder and developer, that interest in real estate led Dan to enter the Commercial Real Estate Business over 35 years ago. Soon Dan and his Brother Steve formed Boggus Brothers Properties after a short tenure with Eugene Hasten Commercial Real Estate. Dan loved what he did and found happiness with work and with the love of his life, Cindi.

Those left to cherish his memory are his wife Cindi, the apple of his eye his daughter Kristen Boggus, mother, E. J. Bell, sister Kay Perry(George), niece Ashley Lundback (Erik and their son Gunnar), nephew Paxton Perry; brother Steve (Sarah), nephews Nick and Cole Boggus; step-daughter Tiffany Arterbury (Wayne), grandsons Gage and Brody Arterbury.

Celebration of Life service will be at 11 am, Saturday July 20, 2019 Keller's Old Town Funeral Home, 220 Keller Parkway, Keller, TX 76248.

After the service the family would like to invite everyone to Steve and Sarah’s home in Keller.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The American Heart Association.

Services

20 July

Celebration of Life

11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Keller's Old Town Funeral Home & Cremation Service

220 Keller Parkway
Keller, TX 76248

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Sidney Peterson Wolf

July 11, 2019

Sweet sweet Bo. This makes my heart so sad. Love and prayers. Sid

Bill Adams

July 11, 2019

Whenever Dan would call me about some real estate, I would always ask him if this was Dan Real or Dan Boggus, he would tell me this is Dan Real and how I need to look at this real estate, I can’t believe this is real and wish it was boggus. Dan was a good guy to do business with, a fun guy to be around, he will be greatly missed. Bill Adams

Lynne (Venita) (McClary) Austin

July 10, 2019

I was so saddened and shocked to learn of Dan’s passing. His father and mine, P.L. McClary, were good friends and business partners, and their family lived in the court just around the corner from my house on Green River Trail in White Lake Hills. Dan and his little brother, who were a few years younger than I, used to climb in the tree in my backyard and spy on me when my dates came to pick me up and make smooching noises and cat calls.
That was a long time ago but I remember him and his family fondly.
I’m so very sorry for your loss. He is gone from us much too soon.

Lisa Hetherly

July 10, 2019

I will always remember Danny as a childhood pal. He, Jim and I spent many days together and feel like Jim is glad to have his old buddy to talk with about the good times they had and how much they both love their families. You’re in my thoughts Cindi and Dee and Kris.

Rebecca May Avant

July 10, 2019

Without a doubt, one of the sweetest guys. I am so sad to hear of this loss, and will be sending prayers for comfort for Cindi and his entire family.

Sandy Montgomery

July 10, 2019

Danny and I were in grade school together and in 6th grade he used to torment me. I still laugh about it. You will be missed greatly. My prayers go out to Cindi, Kris and all your family. God received his child back.

Barry Hasten

July 10, 2019

Dan was one of the more affable people I ever knew. I could never have a conversation where he didn't have a big smile and a hearty laugh. I always felt happier after a visit with Dan. Just a great guy and a huge loss to a lot of people. Our deepest condolences to his family.