In late July we lost a friend to Cancer.
Danny was always the guy with the infectious smile that brought us all together as life-long companions to have a good time.
Danny was diagnosed with Leukemia in November 2011 and his first remission lasted until October 2012 when doctors rediscovered the disease. Danny was committed to fight with all possible means so he went through a bone marrow transplant in March 2013. This seemed to be successful until September 2013. After many trips to/from Birmingham the family sought care at the University of Texas’ MD Anderson Cancer Center. In January 2014, Danny went to Texas and fought hard to preserve his life for the love of his wife, children, mother, and many friends. On July 22, 2014 his body gave in to the disease and he passed away.
Now his family is in need of help due to high costs that were incurred while he was fighting the disease.
Although money cannot replace a father it can make life a little easier. Please donate any amount large or small and help us raise money to support Danny's wonderful family.
Daniel "Danny" Adan Wilmoth, devoted and loving father, husband and son passed away Tuesday, July 22 after battling leukemia for several years. He died at MD Anderson in Houston, Texas at the age of 47. He was born in Pearsall, Texas on Monday, July 3, 1967 to Odessa and Daniel Wilmoth. At age 3, Odessa married Carey Hall and moved to Huntsville, Alabama where Danny became a part of his beloved Monte Sano community. He graduated from Huntsville High School in 1985 and later attended the University of Alabama in Huntsville and graduated with a business degree from Athens State College. He began his lawn care business Monte Sano Lawn while a teenager and continued to grow the business into adulthood. Danny married Kimberly Reeves on June 15, 2002 in his parent's backyard on Monte Sano. Danny loved fishing, attending Jazz Fest and Marde Gras in New Orleans, sifting by the pool, conversation with friends, but his passion was in being a father. He loved teaching his children about nature, music, fishing, swimming and school. He was frequently seen helping at their school and was known for his little red wagon when taking his children to the community pool. He will be remembered as a kind, caring man who always helped a stranger or friend in need and a devoted, loving father, husband and son. He is survived by his wife, Kimberly; children, Caleb and Marcela; and his mother, Odessa Hall.
- Nicole Richard
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