OBITUARY

Danny Floyd

March 17, 1948November 24, 2018

Danny Floyd was born on March 17, 1948 and passed away on November 24, 2018

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Danny Floyd

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PAULA PENDER

December 3, 2018

I did not know Danny personally; however, his Sister, Elaine, is one of my dearest friends from High School, and I know how close she was to her brother. I know how much she loved Danny and I know how much she is grieving his passing, as well as all his family. May God wrap His loving arms around each of you during this time of sadness, and comfort you, guide you and lift you up in your darkest hour. May you find peace in God's love and in the love you have for each other, and in the memories of your sweet family member. To Elaine, you know I love you, Girl. Stay Strong.

Raymond Bearden

November 29, 2018

Worked with Danny at the Fire Department....outstanding Firefighters as well as a very upbeat person..you will be missed.....Rest In Peace My Brother......

ELAINE ATTAWAY

November 29, 2018

Danny would text me every Sunday after the NASCAR race and we would talk about the whys and why nots of the race. I believe Danny now has the best seat in the house. I was going to try to get him to the Atlanta Speedway race next year but he told me he could not sit that long as he was too tired. I will always remember him for his love of the sport and the love he had for his family. I love you my brother.

Aubrey Pendley

November 28, 2018

One of my most favorite memories of my Grandaddy was going to DixieLand once a year with him, my uncle Chris and my little brother Bailey. We would go every spring before it got really hot because if anyone knew my Grandad, he did not like the heat lol. Me and my brother had so much fun just going and being with him. He loved to see the smiles on our faces and the joy brought to us by going. If I could do anything with him one more time it would be to go to DixieLand with him when he was young enough to ride all the rides with me and my brother so I could see the joy and smiles it brought to him as well. I will forever miss my Grandaddy and nothing will ever take the place of him. He taught me things up until his time was called and I will always be grateful for the times I shared with him. He was more than a grandparent, he was a best friend. I love you with all I have and more Grandaddy and can’t wait to see you again.

Tammy Simmons

November 28, 2018

Words cant describe the pain my heart has since you have been gone. I am always thinking “ what if “. I wish you were still here but I know you are no longer suffering and I will see you again. I will take care of mom and Chris so dont worry. As much as I hated you calling me Beast, I would give anything to hear that right now. I hope you knew just how much I love you even though if we showed each other in weird ways. So this is not goodbye...I will see you later.

Love Tammy~Beast

ELAINE Attaway

November 28, 2018

My precious brother, I will always love you and miss you. You were my heart.

Diane Douglas

November 26, 2018

Danny was an East Point Firefighter with my husband and they worked at Sears Automotive together for years.