Danny Lee Duncan

Danny Duncan

Danny Lee Duncan, age 58. Sunrise May 16, 1962 and Sunset October 26, 2020.

PUBLIC WALK-THROUGH Visitation 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM Monday, November 9, 2020 at MARLAN J. GARY FUNERAL HOME, THE CHAPEL OF PEACE EAST, 5456 E. Livingston Ave.

A MASK IS MANDATORY.

Please keep the family in your prayers as they write Danny’s obituary.

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Condolence Messages

  1. Bridgette and family,
    Words can’t express my sorrow for the loss of Danny. May your hearts be filled with the loving memories you shared. My thoughts and prayers to you in this time of sorrow and loss. May God hold your hearts as you get through these difficult days.

  2. Bridgette, you have my very deepest sympathy. I pray that the memories you shared together will bring you peace.

  3. Shirri & Clift Connor

    To Bridgette and family, know that we are thinking of you during this very difficult time, while praying that God will comfort you.

  4. Bridget and family ,May God bring you comfort in your darkest hours Danny will be missed by the PCI family.

  5. Our thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Duncan family. Continue to rely on God and know that he hears your prayers, because he cares for you. Truly sorry for your loss.

  6. Reeves-Valentine and Herriott Family

    Words cannot express our sympathy for Danny’s transitioning. May the Lord keep and protect you all in this time of grief.

  7. God is with you always and you are never alone. Continue to pray for strength to go through. During this time, try to remember the good times and laughter. I am truly sorry for your loss. Know that I am here for you, always. I am praying for you…..Your friend, Connie.

  8. Floyd & Debbie Shriner (PCI)

    To Bridgett and the entire Duncan family, We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May God bring you all comfort.

  9. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Danny was a good man who cared about his family and others. He was a pleasure to work with and will be sorely missed. Our sincere condolences. May God be with you through these sorrowful times and always.

  10. To the Duncan Family,

    I am so sorry to hear of Danny’s passing. I worked with him at Richland in a very minor capacity with the parole board. He allowed me to observe his work and was always smiling and helpful. Prayers for comfort for you during this difficult time.

  11. I am so sorry for your loss of Danny. I enjoyed him at work. He and I would make fun of each other regarding our vehicles. I would ask him if he would ever haul anything in his truck and he would respond never and he would ask me if he could take my jeep mud running I my response would be never. Besides this, he was a very responsible guy and could count on him in a pinch. He will be greatly missed.

  12. The Duncan family, you have my deepest condolences. I had the honor of working with Danny, he was a great man and will be missed, a true professional.

  13. To Bridgette, please except my condolences for your loss. I can not imagine your grief, but know that God is with you, lean on him, pray to him and know your time with your husband was truly special. God gifted you and him with your time together, so remember the good times and the love you shared. Please reach out to friends and family during this time, God has blessed you with their love and support to help you through this difficult time. Please reach out to me if you need anything.

  14. To The Duncan Family.
    I was in shock the day I learned of Lt. Duncan’s passing. Danny was a great man and a great Lieutenant to work under. He will be missed amongst his Correctional Family at RiCI. You have my sincerest condolences.

  15. So sorry for the loss he will be missed but his memory will live on forever

  16. To Bridgette and the entire family, please accept my deepest condolences. My heart breaks with yours. I wish there was more we as friends and colleagues could do to help ease the pain and sorrow that you and your family are experiencing. May comfort, peace, and hope be yours at this time of sadness.

  17. My condolences, thoughts, and prayers go out to you and your family.

  18. Bridgette, my condolences to you and the family for your loss. Praying for you during these hard times. God Bless.

  19. Lori Guerrant Mayo

    You have my deepest condolences to you and your family may God continue to keep you safe in his arms know that we Have you in our prayers.

  20. My deepest sympathies to the family of Danny Duncan. I so enjoyed his humor and his kindness while working with him at the Richland Correctional Institution. He was a bright light and will be missed greatly. My prayers for your comfort and peace. Rebecca Jentes

  21. Danny was an awesome coworker supervisor and a heck of a man. It was an honor to know him and banter back and forth with him about my beloved browns and that team he used to always brag about. I hope that thought brings you a smile. In all seriousness I give my deepest condolences and pray your family finds peace in this tragic time. R.I.H my friend

  22. Bridgett, I’m at a loss for words right now!!! You and your husband are great people!!! If it wasn’t for me going to the dog pound my first day on the job, I probably wouldn’t have made it to 21 years. I met you ,Danny, Prunty, And big H. He said, “say homes, whats your name” i said Reynolds. He said “where you from homes”. I said Youngstown. And what happened next I didn’t expect. ” Hey Lee, we got us a gangster, hey gangster go down stairs, and I’ll call you when I’m ready for ya. I stayed until it was time to go home, which he didn’t expect, but I gained his respect that day, and he most definitely had mine!!! I love you Danny, and will miss you brother!!! MUCH LOVE TOO THE FAMILY!!!!

  23. Gardner -Weeden (PCI)

    Sorry to hear about the passing of Duncan I will continue to keep your family in prayers and Bridgett you continue to keep your family together and strong and live like Danny would love for you guys to do as long as God is your provider and protector know that your family will be stronger than ever.

  24. My deepest condolences to the Duncan Family. A great person and a Lieutenant to work for. He will be greatly missed by all whom he came in contact with. Rest easy Lt.

  25. So sorry for your loss. Lt. Duncan was a good man. He treated everyone the same. Hated when I’d find hooch right after he’d walk down stairs. Lol He’d laugh and say in his southern accent, Now why didn’t ya find that when i was up there. He was a good guy. Deeply will be missed by all at RICI. C/O Bradley

  26. Lt. Duncan you are greatly miss at RICI. I enjoyed teasing you about Beckley because that’s where our families lived. The family is in my prayers.

  27. Bridgett, I’m soo sorry to hear about Danny, gone too soon lost for words, god bless you, and thank you for advising me through my trying time, prayers are with you dear

  28. Sending my sincere condolences to Bridgett and our children Danyell, Danny Jr. , and Dackery. Thanks you for all the love and kindness you have shown towards us all. May your soul Rest In Peace, until we meet again,

    Bert

  29. To Bridgette, I am so sorry to hear about your husband passing. Please except my condolences for your loss. I can not imagine your grief, but know that God will never leave you nor forsake you. My thoughts are with you and your family during this time. May his memories give you peace, strength and comfort. Remember when someone you love becomes a memory, the memory becomes a TREASURE. So remember the good times and the love you shared. Please reach out to friends and family during this time and remember that you are not alone. God has blessed you with their love and support to help you through this difficult time. Please know that I am here for you and most of all know that God is with you.
    Stayed Strong in His comfort.

  30. Word can not express my deepest condolences, I work with Danny for 10 years as my partner and crime he will be missed, I will miss him telling me”hey man less go and can Mansfield afford a plow truck if they have one they need to use it”. He was a true professional .
    He will be miss.
    Tony Benson

  31. I remember working with Duncan at pci in C Unit. I was new but when you was matched with staff who you knew had your back from the start made you feel a certain type of way.Duncan made you feel no matter what could or would happen He had your back. My condolences go out to friends and family.

  32. Danny will be missed by all who ever got the chance to meet him, and his memory will live on forever in our hearts. Our deepest sympathy and condolences to the entire Duncan family, you have lost an amazing man way too early in life. We will always be grateful for the time we knew him and know that his memory will live on in his children and grandchildren. May peace come to you all in this tragic time.
    The Swank family
    RiCI

  33. Bridgette,
    I am so sorry for the loss of Danny. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during your time of sorrow.

  34. George Swarn and Kristen Morrison

    Our thoughts and prayers go out to you. Lt. Danny Duncan was one of the best. He was a hard worker, very dependable and funny! RiCI lost a good man and he will be missed.

  35. I never met Danny face to face, but we talked almost daily at work when he’d call the Mental Health office. In spite of the stressful days, he maintained a good natured spirit, and I could always count on him for a laugh. He was my buddy and he is truly missed. Condolences to the entire family – you all are in my prayers.

  36. Duncan was my boss for over 4 yrs. Everyday we gave each other a hard way to go. We could never stay mad at each other for long, he just wouldn’t allow it. His smile was contagious. I miss him dearly. It will never be the same without you my friend. Bridgett there wasn’t a day go by that he didn’t speak about you and his grand baby’s. I enjoyed all his story’s. Duncan has touched all of us here at RICI he will never be forget and forever missed.

  37. I am one of Danny’s cousins from West Virginia. In all of the years I knew him, he was always a respectful young man. I would like to offer my condolence to his wife, family, and children, and am praying that God comforts and keep you all now and in the days ahead. A beautiful service for a beautiful soul. Fly high cousin Danny!

  38. Keisha Allen, DWSS

    We barely won Sunday but we did it. You will be truly missed.

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