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I remember getting so worried, when you got that first bike; May 29th, 2006. We were at the dealership ALLLLL day.... but, your smile. How happy you were riding off that lot- nothing compared. I would get so worried when you first got the bike, the thought of ever loosing you, would make me cry.
Now, i'm sitting here, in an old, unwashed t-shirt of yours in a desperate attempt to feel you next to me again, not really knowing what to say. I'm sorry. I love you.
It seems as if the past 7 years, you and I both have been searching for a love that really only comes around once, if you're lucky. And, that was our love. It's a love so big, and so deep, so complex, yet simple- a love as big as your size 13 shoes. It's a cold world, but you felt so deeply, and cared so easily. A lot of people don't know that about you. This world is a hard world to live in, even for the toughest people. And for those that feel the way you feel, felt- the simplest of things meant so much. And the simplest of things could also hurt you, so badly. I try to understand all the things that people say in situations like this "he's in a better place", "he's happy, at peace", "he's not sad". But, i realize now that there is no comfort to be found at a time like this. with a loss this profound. I do hope you are so happy Daniel; Be happy. Be at peace, i hope all of the hurt in your heart and your body, is gone. But, my heart hurts- like a knife in my chest. i'm so sad. And i don't think there will ever be a time that i feel "at peace" with you not here. You are so beautiful Daniel. In every way. I wish you could see now, all the wonderful things people say about you, stories they share, how they felt about you. I know it would make you so happy. I still don't believe this is real. The 5 stages of grief. Sometimes they come all at once, sometimes one at a time. One thing that has never waivered, or has come and gone, is the love you and i had, still, for one another. I love you. Forever & Always, Daniel Bear.
~ Elisha Lyman - November 18, 2019
Daniel as your brother I am weak for the fist time of our lives. I love you and can’t describe how much you are loved and missed already and will continue. From fights to hugs I wish I could have explained everyday how special you were to me. I gave you the keys to my street bike and the grin you had obviously started an infatuation which gre to you killin corners and monster mile wheelies. Hiding toilet paper in our shorts to soften up a butt whoopin ( we laughed so hard we got caught) , bar room brawls to tears , hugs and awkward I love you’d. You were so kind . I looked up to you as much as you did me. You give me a whole new outlook on life . It’s so short but in a short time you made it beautiful. I’m sorry for the loneliness , hurt , or any awkward feeling I may have caused at any point in time. I would take it back or take your place knowing you were better than I at so many things. You were great and destined to be greater. I love you brother and this is only short memories of the life we shared but your legacy will not be viewed any other way than the love you brought and shared to so many close and random people. Nana stated it best you truly are the Gentle Giant. 0-100 real quick brother I’ll see you when I make it to the other side. Carry on in peace Bro! I love you!
~ Shane Boyle - November 4, 2019
Where do I even begin. When I was younger trips to Phoenix to see my Boyle cousins were like going to Disneyland for me. I never knew how my Uncle Larry would injure me this trip. I never knew what shenanigans I would get into with Shane and Daniel. I have so many fond memories of my visits to their home. The last time I saw Daniel, which was admittedly too long ago, I will cherish forever. I was at work nearing the end of my shift and Shane and Daniel showed up on their motorcycles. I was so excited to see them both as it had been a long while. After my shift we all drove over to my sisters house to have some family time. Daniel just had a way of lighting up a room. His smile, his laugh, his sense of humor. It was such a great night with them. With Daniel. My only regret is that I hadn’t seen him since then. We would talk through Facebook messenger, but it wasn’t the same as seeing him in person. The last message on my Facebook was actually Daniel wishing me happy birthday. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve read that message over and over in the past week. Anyone that knew Daniel knew he was a loving and caring soul. I love you dearly cuz cuz, and I hope now you are without pain and at rest. Until we meet again.
~ Chad Mayernick - November 2, 2019
I first got to know Daniel thru Halliburton.
With Daniel being sort of shy and very respectful it was hard to get to know him for a while, but after I got to know him I knew he had a big heart and would do anything for anyone.
We truly lost a kind and great human with his passing!
I will miss seeing him around!
~ John Pfiefer - November 2, 2019
I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with Daniel’s family.
~ Judy Stack - November 1, 2019
Daniel was one of the first people that I met when my family and I moved to Casper 3 years ago, he welcomed me with open arms. I was fortunate enough to get to know him and realize just how good of person he really was. As hard as he tried at times to hide his feelings, it was very apparent how much he genuinely cared about people. I know that I speak for everyone when I say “ we all love you and you will be missed!”.
~ Tad Norris - November 1, 2019
I worked with Daniel at Halliburton. I have spent a lot of sleepless night with him at work. Daniel was one of the best friends a person could ask for. He was always selfless in everything that he did. I knew that I could always rely on Daniel for anything that I asked. Daniel will be missed by all of us that considered him a friend. Rest In Peace and God Bless You. You will always have a special place in mine and my family’s hearts!
~ Ryan Pfiefer - October 30, 2019
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