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Volusia Memorial Funeral Home & Volusia Memorial Park

548 North Nova Road, Ormond Beach, FL

OBITUARY

Daniel Zambrana PEREZ

January 7, 1948August 4, 2019

Daniel Zambrana PEREZ was born on January 7, 1948 and passed away on August 4, 2019.

Services

  • Interment Thursday, August 15, 2019

Memories

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Sonia Ponton

August 15, 2019

Mi querido sobrino, te voy a extrañar mucho!! Siempre te amare!! Se que ahora estás en gloria junto al resto de la familia que están en el cielo.! Descansa en paz y envíanos rayitos
de Luz Divina a los que quedamos acá en la tierra.? ⚡️⚡️⚡️✨✨✨🌹🌹

Chris Barber

August 15, 2019

Daniel Perez was a great father, a great son, and a great brother. Mostly he was just a hands down awesome MAN to know. Him and I shared a lot of ideas and had similar outlooks on life. To be honest he was and always will be my BEST FRIEND! I will miss him always. To me he will be remembered as the greatest warrior I've ever met with the kindest heart I will ever know. Dan, I know your in paradise watching over us all!!! I love you and miss you always.

Delia Jones

August 14, 2019

You always had a smile on your face,a very warm comforting soul.You did a great job as a dad because your daughter is a wonderful person.May the Lord embrace you as you enter Heaven,you will surely be missed.

Richard Pinaire

August 14, 2019

Like Joe Soto, I too have fond memories of Danny. I met Danny in 1965 when I moved to Junction City. I remember him from the football team in 1965. He was a running back and he was a very good one at that. He was always very friendly and jovial. I am sure he lived a meaningful life. We graduated in 1967, 52 years ago. Time gets away from us, but his persona made an impact on me. I am sorry for your loss and I too wish we had maintained contact with one another. We also shared the same page in the 1967 yearbook from JCHS. Richard Pinaire

Tatiana Perez

August 13, 2019

I have so many things to say but I’m so lost for words I can’t even piece it all together....you were a wonderful person grandpa a great man. A loving husband and caring father and one heck of a grandfather I love you so much. I looked forward to coming home and seeing you there everyday, every time I walk thru that door you made it feel like a celebration that I was home and I loved you even more for that even when I felt unwanted. You’re in a better place and I know your watching over all of us helping us do the right thing and protecting us from anything negative that comes our way I love you grandpa and may your soul Rest In Peace ❤️

Christa Perez

August 13, 2019

Hey Dad, I miss you so much, I'm so glad that you got to live with me the last 2 months of your life we had the best time the best conversations and everybody that met you said you were their best friend... I try to act like you I try to help people like you did,I try to have clean hands and a pure heart like you did and I also try to clean up the coffee pot now haha, but the experience me and my daughters had seeing you pass away and trying to save you not being able to will forever be in our memories but we're going to get past that it's made us stronger and closer it's also made me closer to my brothers and sisters and I know that you always said that you" got us".. and now you have the inside scoop up where you at now in glory.. and I know you always said you can't wait for the sweet release of death LOL but you're happy now and it's the rest of us that are suffering because we miss you so much you are my rock you're my superhero from a child and you're my example of what I was supposed to be treated like by a man and I've always had high expectations because of that I love you forever and ever and you kept saying you're not ready to be a great-grandfather because of tati but he's due around your birthday and will carry on your name.. you carried the weight of the world on your shoulders now you can relaxxxx I love you pops thank you for making me feel like a princess

Josue (Joe) Perez

August 13, 2019

The loss of a brother is a hard thing, but when he is also one of your best friends makes it even more difficult. Growing up, Danny and our older brother Noel were very close. I was the more passive one and they looked out for me. Danny would go to blows if anyone messed with me. I really appreciated that. If there was someone I didn't like Danny would take care of him for me. In high school I was the pitcher and he was my catcher. He made me a better pitcher as he would reach out for the ball before the batter could swing. Not quite legal, but it worked. I have many fond memories that will help cope with the loss. I am in Florida as a huge favor to him for our father. Been out west we only saw each other once a year and reminesced about the innocence of our youth. I will miss my brother dearly. May you rest in peace till we meet again.
Josue (Joe) Perez

Jose "Joe" Soto

August 13, 2019

My sincerest condolences to the family.

While I lost contact with Danny after high school in Junction City Kansas, I always considered him a dear friend. Over the years I'd often hear updates about him from friends, and I always thought about re-connecting with him. I'm sorry that never happened.

I will always cherish the friendship we shared, and the fun we had playing sports and being silly teenagers.

My sympathies to the family... and, may he rest in peace.

Jose "Joe" Soto
Lincoln, NE

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