Daniel Balmer

October 16, 1961November 19, 2018

Daniel Balmer was born on October 16, 1961 and passed away on November 19, 2018.


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Karin De Regt

December 6, 2018

I have come to know Dan as a great and always positive person with great humor!
Whenever he came to Amsterdam to give training he always lighted up the place.
In total shock i received the news and he will be missed by so many people.

I am proud that i have met him and i will remember him as the great person he was.
He will always have a special place in my heart.

Goodbye Dan save journey. Xxxx


Crystal Wheeldon

December 2, 2018

I knew Dan in a professional capacity - being one of his very fortunate pupils on a course in Amsterdam last March. Being from a training background myself, I understood just how good he truly was - such a natural teacher. He made it look effortless and kept our attention with his quips as well as his outstanding knowledge. I became his "fan girl" that week and was only recently looking for another course of his to attend as he was simply the best!

I am so sorry for the loss to his friends and family as I can only imagine he was the most amazing person to have in your daily lives. Please accept my sincere condolences.

RIP Dan.

Rhonda Henderson

November 25, 2018

Dan was one of the smartest people I've ever met and his people-skills were beyond description. I was blessed to work with him at Ceridian and I know that much of my success there was from the guidance and skills he shared with me. I will be making a batch of his famous shortbread cookies in his honor this afternoon. I will miss you Dan, your love and joy-filled life are an inspiration to all who knew you.

Frankie Earle

November 25, 2018

Dan and I were in a few plays but we met in “Dish Babies” by Karla Jennings and directed by DeWayne Morgan. We had too much fun together. He made a lovely blue baby blanket for my son just weeks after Son was born. Dan would come by and visit and give me much needed time off. Years later, he recommended Son go to Australia like his nephew did. Dan was selfless, charming, funny and a sincere friend. He will be sorely missed.

Karysa McIntire

November 23, 2018

Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with your family daily. Dan was a very good friend of mine. I worked closely with him and he became like a brother to me. He had a way of making me smile or laugh after a long day of teaching, and I looked up to him in so many ways. He taught me almost everything I know at work and made me a better instructor because of his patience and guidance. I am heartbroken not only for my loss but for his family whom I’ve heard so much about from our lunches and dinners together while traveling for work. I grieve for each of you and will be carrying Dan with me in my heart as I continue to teach in his honor. Each time I see his smiling face on my class slide decks, the tears will come, and so will the smiles.

My sincere sympathy for each of you. The world has lost an amazing man. I will remember him forever.

Karysa McIntire