Kenneth "Bo" Daniel
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|Bertha Ann and family,
I am sorry to hear of your loss. I wanted you all to know that you're in my thoughts and prayers. Take care and know that God loves you.|
|From: Taina Hill 02/10/2006 06:52 PM|
We ask that You be with Bo's family during this time of loss, grief and mourning. May they know he lived his life as he wanted and we will one day be with him again. Our time on this earth, Father is predetermined and we know this, but it doesn't help when a friend like Bo is called home to be with You. Please give us the strength to survive this loss.
|From: Pastor Tom Barnhill 02/09/2006 12:32 PM|
|I will always remember Bo as a wonderful,loving and caring person. His quick wit and quicker smile, along with that great big heart, endeared him to us all at Aldine. The world has lost a remarkable man, and we all have to say "hasta la vista y vaya con Dios" to a great friend........I am sure he is riding point with the Trail Boss, so, happy trails cowboy, until we meet again at the Big Roundup........May God give peace to your family.........|
|From: Judy (George) Nichols 02/09/2006 09:16 AM|
|I was very saddened to read of Bo's passing. I knew Bo when he was "Butch." In fact, we went to school together, dated, and for a very short time, we were engaged to be married. We really grew up together and were best friends. I shared so many wonderful times with Butch, his mom and dad, his sister and brother-in-law, and his little brother. They were quite a family and always so very close. Butch and I lost contact with one another over the years. In fact, last time I saw him was at his father's funeral. Butch and his family were such an important part of my life for many years; I'll never forget. Love you.
Judy Pierce Bettencourt
|From: Judy Pierce Bettencourt 02/08/2006 08:57 PM|
|Bo was a true symbol of Montgomery Heritage and will truly be missed by the entire community. Bo's obituary decribed him and his love of life so perfect. Over the many years, my family has known Bo as a friend, neighbor and an insurance client. We want to express our sincere condolences to Bo's family and those who were so close to his heart. Kaye Powell and Families |
|From: Kaye Powell 02/07/2006 09:50 AM|
|My uncle Bo was more than an Uncle to me. Bo and I did things that a Father and son would do. Every time I had a chance to be with Bo I would so that he could teach me to weld, be a cowboy, learn important lessons in life, but mostly so I could make him proud! I will always think of him as a father and not as an uncle. I will think of him often and always remember the greatest times of my childhood with him. To all friends and family I love and miss you very much!|
|From: Scooter Cooey 02/06/2006 10:27 PM|
|We at Cold Storage Construction will miss Bo as he came to our aid many times on special project that we have built. Mono rail system at Texas A & M Vet School, Freedman Distributors, Ranches where we installed meat rail systems for hunting lodges and Comanche Creek Ranch Hunting Lodge at Carrizo Springs. His patience and persistence help us through on these jobs. He was a friend to our family, helped us feed many people at parties and was alway a joy to be around. We wish him a lodge on nice creek with running water and a good horse.
Derald & Wade Hudson. |
|From: Derald Hudson 02/06/2006 05:19 PM|
|What a sad day this is for all Bo's family and friends. Earl and I will miss Bo so very much. I remember one evening we sat around the fire circle, at Bo's place and jammed with Bo, one of Willie Nelson's former musician's, Spider Scroggns and myself singing. Bo had a harmonica for every key of every song we sang or just listened to. Our condolences to Bo's family. Bertha Ann, What can we say except that we are so sorry for your loss and we will miss seeing Bo on our trailrides. Love Earl and Susan|
|From: Earl and Susan Blackmon 02/06/2006 09:30 AM|