Daniel Gerard Brown

Daniel Gerard Brown

Daniel Gerard Brown, age 56, passed away on the night of March 25, 2017 due to a sudden heart attack in his home in San Clemente, California. An exceptional man and loving father, he spent his last few months enjoying life and quality time with his two sons in building dirt bikes and model ships.
Daniel was born on December 12, 1960 in Reno, Nevada. He attended Reno High School and the University of Nevada Reno, where he graduated with a Bachelors in Electrical Engineering. After becoming a successful engineer, he then attended Southwestern Law School. He graduated with a Juris Doctor in 2007 and has been an outstanding attorney ever since.
Danny is survived by his three children: Sabrina (23), Joshua (20), and Sawyer (8), as well as his mother, Claire St. Clair, and his ten siblings: Elizabeth Heyne, Maggie Stucka, Christine Palmquist Marshall, Stephen Brown, Gregory Brown, Raymond Brown, Theresa Bovington, Marie Mirch, Suzanne Pechtl, and David Brown.
Relatives and friends are invited to attend a service in celebration of his life which will be held at Casa Romantica in San Clemente on April 10th, from 4-8pm.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to his grieving children at https://www.gofundme.com/daniel-g-brown-memorial-fund.

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  1. Sam and I are thinking about you all. We could not be more sorry about your tragic loss. Our hearts are heavy.

  2. Dear Danny, We are in shock, stunned at your sudden early departure. We will miss you so much and the very recent hope of reconnecting… Andrew is taking engineering/physics and just asked me to call you a 4 days before you left us because he wanted to talk ‘rockets & robotics stuff’ with you – remember how you helped Sean & Drew build a rocket ship when they were young? Thank you for all the special trips you made to Canada and the times you spent with me and my sons in California 4th of July fireworks, and the trip to Vegas with them – and many memories in Mexico surfing on tables to surfer spy music! We met in 1981 and I witnessed you eat your first tomato! Although not much into vegetables you always tried when urged…thx for putting up with my nagging. And so continued a long friendship for many years only losing touch due to time & distance but never lost in the heart. Our thoughts and prayers are with your children Sabrina, Josh and Sawyer and your extended loving family and wide variety of friends over the years. The news of you passing on is still too new to be believed and probably won’t ever make sense. You left on my birthday and we always remembered birthdays – pretty good for a guy! So, we will continue to always keep you in our thoughts and cherish all your fun, crazy, serious, silly, intelligent, loving, kind, supportive efforts & moments. Much love and memories of Hollywood Houdini times from Cath too. God Bless you dear friend. xoxox Diane, Sean & Andrew Cote

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