Daniel Underwood

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Daniel Underwood, 34, passed on May 1, 2021 in Amarillo, TX.

Daniel was born in Dallas, TX on September 25, 1986 to Richard and Patsy (Kathy) Underwood.

Daniel was a great salesman, he could sell a snow cone to an eskimo. He had a smile that lit up the room when he walked in. He lifted everyone up with his presence and had a heart of gold. Everyone loved him very much. He enjoyed fishing and golf, his ashes will be spread at a lake and golf course. He will be missed by all.

Survivors are his parents, Richard and Patsy (Kathy) Underwood; his brothers Richard, Robert, John and Luke Underwood; as well as a lot of friends and family that love him.

Preceded by his grandparents Emory and Gladys Underwood.

Memorial services will be held at C- Life Church, 610 E HWY, Sunnyville, TX 75182 at 1:00pm on Saturday, May 22, 202. Following will be a baloon release at the City Lake Park, Mesqite, TX

5 Comments

  1. Darius

    Some many memories I don’t know where to start. One thing I will never forget is you made sure we all had fun and if we was good you was good. Much love bro gone but not forgotten. Love you bro

  2. Ricky Watson

    A heart of gold a person who always looked out for other people before himself ! There were days where I was at my worst and you were right there to pick my spirits up and give me courage to believe in myself!! Feel like part of my Journey I’m on was because you pushed me to do something better with myself! Just want to say thank you and I love you brother! I know God is loving that big smile in heaven! Until we meet again rest easy

  3. Holly

    Such a sweet guy and had a heart of gold for sure! Always kept people laughing no matter what! Definitely someone you meet once in a life time who leaves a lasting impression.

  4. ALICE, LYNN AND MIKEL EASTEP

    Daniel was a great guy, he was a part of our family, we are all so upset that this happened. I pray you are in heaven with the angels taking care of you, you will be missed by so many people. We love you, fly high!!

  5. Lynn Eastep

    It’s a shame that his life was cut short. Myself and many other folks will always remember Daniel for his undeniable ability to make a positive impact on people. He had a way about him that simply made you feel comfortable, appreciated, and valued. I will always remember the good times, brother. Rest easy..

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