Daniel
Cervantes, Daniel, a 50 year resident of Lawndale, passed away on Monday, October 12, 2009 in Torrance. Born in Torrance, CA, Daniel was 58 when he died. Daniel has enjoyed music, playing guitar, piano and karaoke singing throughout his lifetime. He was always known as Mr. Sociable. He is survived by Brother, Albert R. Cervantes Jr. of Atascadero, CA, Sister, Yolanda Hopkins of Carson, CA, Brother, Evaristo Duran of Pacific Palisades and numerous Nieces and Nephews surrounding LA, Riverside, San Bernardino and Orange Counties, along with his close Dear Friend Mr. Frank Galaz of Lawndale, CA. Preceded in death by Father, Albert Cervantes and Mother, Rebecca Duran Cervantes, Brothers, Francisco, Alfredo, Ruben Cervantes and Sister, Mary Linda Cervantes. Daniel's Ashes will be scattered off the coast of Redondo Beach, Calif., where he will join our loving sister Mary Linda Cervantes. Please use this website to send the family messages and to share memories.

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  1. Dear Unc, I am so special to have had you in my life. You have always been in my thoughts. Even we didnt see each other that much. But we had our texting moments. I will never forget our kareoki time with the family. Even though you thought you were better JK.. I LOVE YOU ALWAYS UNCLE DANNY and WILL NEVER FORGET YOU!!! David sends his love as well… Till we meet again..

  2. PRIMO, IT WAS REALY GOOD FINALLY MEETING YOU ONCE I MOVED TO CALIFORNIA. I WAS VERY HAPPY TO SEE YOU AT MY TIA’S HOUSE WHEN I TOOK MY MOM OVER TO VISIT YOU GUYS AND YOLANDA. GLAD THAT YOU MET MY WIFE AND KIDS, ESPECIALLY DANIEL. YOU’RE OFF TO A BETTER PLACE. REST IN PEACE AND GIVE MY TIA HUGS AND KISSES FOR ME. WE’LL MISS YOU PRIMO. LOVE MANDO & JENNIFER HERNANEZ

  3. We had our good times and our bad. I remember you playing your guitar and singing to me. I remember the long drives we used to take in the 54′. I always found it funny our anniversary was September 11. 🙂 I know your laughing at that. Your in a better place and one day we will meet again. Rest in peace Danny.

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