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Cosimo Natali posted a condolence
Monday, May 1, 201705.01.2017 Pastor Stu and Lisa, Just yesterday I found out about the passing of your son Daniel. Even though I had the privilege to meet Daniel only in prayer, somehow it seems that I know him. Our hearts weep with you during this very difficult time of sorrow and transition and also desire to embrace and comfort you as precious believers and co-labors with our Savior and King, Jesus Christ. We send you our condolences and prayers. We will pray and believe that God's presence and Word will bring you and your entire family the supernatural strength and peace that only He can bring in these circumstances. We are so grateful that we do not grieve as unbelievers. With our love, Cosimo & Judy Natali
Ben German posted a condolence
Sunday, April 30, 2017Seven years ago I came to the USA with 2 bags and not much else. I moved into an apartment that had no furniture, no curtains, not even a bed to sleep on. The first person I got to call a friend in the US was Dan. He was my lifeline. Through his kindness and his connections, he was the one who was able to get me settled. He was the one who went out of their way each day to take me to work. He was the one that invited me to my first Thanksgiving, knowing that I was 4000 miles away from my parents at a time that is usually centered around family. When times were hard at work, he was the one who would lighten the mood by suggesting to play jellybean roulette with sour beans mixed in. I now live in South Carolina working for an organization that exclusively helps non-profit organizations. This is a satisfying role that was initiated by Dan. If it wasn't for him inspiring me by showing how exciting and fulfilling working for a non-profit was, I wouldn't be here. We'd often roast each other about our cultures, and he'd love to tell me how "Brits spoke" with Mark Poppins references sprinkled in here and there. He'd always sign off his text messages with "Chip Chip Cheerio". I guess... for one last time, I get to say this to you, Dan. Thank you for everything you have done for me and my family. The world is a better place because of you and will not be the same without you.
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Friday, April 28, 2017
Sean Windle posted a condolence
Thursday, April 27, 2017I attended Carmel High School with Dan, and got to know him through several mutual friends. While not a very close friend of Dan's, he made a lasting impression on me with his kindness! He was such a genuine and approachable person, and I always enjoyed talking with him when our group of friends would meet up for basketball! I know the last several years were difficult for him and he faced many challenges. I hope and pray that he has found peace, and that his family and close friends will too, in time. May his memory be a blessing!
Phyllis Mandleco O'Neal posted a condolence
Thursday, April 27, 2017I was most sad to see your son's obituary in the Indy paper. I grew up south of Fincastle and remember the Lawrence family coming to Fincastle to visit family, Maude Brothers. My paternal grandmother was a Brothers and we are cousins. My parents are also buried at Blakesburg. My sister and I mowed the cemetery in the 60's with push mowers to earn money.
Monica Deal posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Lisa and Family We hope your faith brings you comfort during this difficult time. Daniel is in a place where there is no pain, no suffering and is reunited with his beloved. God bless you and your family. Monica & Joe Deal
Maria Doctor posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017"Don't be saddish...Have a radish." That's what Dan would say as a kid (as would Katie). And that's what I think he'd say now if we could hear him--something light to lift the burden or ease the awkwardness. And it wasn't just what he said, but how he said it--with a massive heart that learned to know pain through the years. Dan still chose to love and love again and--genuinely hard-won, I take it--have faith in spite of or, perhaps, even because of his trials. There's no replacing "Dan the Man." I and no doubt many others will miss him as exactly who he was, shaped by trials, but always grounded in joy. Here's hoping all who love him find solace in time...that he's graduated, he was needed elsewhere, and that--as the saying goes, "Heaven's gained an angel." (Sure it's cliche. But I've never felt it were more true.) To Stu, Lisa, Katie, Keenan & the kiddos: You each lost so much. I can only imagine the grief you feel, but don't pretend to know. But I pray that whatever relief you may feel for Dan does not shadow your need to grieve. I pray you have the time to go through it, find support through it and come out on the other side lighter in spirit...as Dan, presumably, would've wanted. Just a phone call away if you want to reminisce and will see you very soon. Much love from the Golden State... Maria
Dee Bloom posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Dear Lawrence family, I was so shocked and sad to see Daniel's obituary in the paper today. He sure turned into a handsome man. I am so sorry his life has been cut short at such a young age. Stuart and Lisa- I haven't seen you two in many years, but I do on occasion run into Katie and had the opportunity to watch her adorable family as we sat next to them at the fourth of July fest in Carmel. What a wonderful family she has. I hope those beautiful children of hers help somewhat to ease the horrible pain of grieving. I am so, so sad for you guys. Also- I didn't realize that he had been in a relationship with a Luegers girl. I'm from Jasper. Sorry to know that he too was grieving. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. May his memory be a blessing. Dee
Ruth posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Almost every memory i have of Daniel was one where he was making some one laugh or smile. He brought joy into this world in my life as well as others. Not only was he a great musician, and comedian, he was also extremely kind and compassionate. I rarely if ever saw him angry. He had his own inner light and a healthy love for God and family, and now he's gone home to the lord. Brother, uncle, son, cousin, and friend. You are love and will be missed until that time when we meet again at the gates of heaven. May God love and keep you Daniel and bless and comfort your family in this time of great loss.
The Compassionate Friends posted a condolence
Wednesday, April 26, 2017Dear Family: We, the families of The Compassionate Friends, send you our heartfelt condolences on Daniel’s passing. The Compassionate Friends is an international grief support group for parents, grandparents and siblings who have suffered the heartbreaking loss of a child. Our only mission is to provide comfort, hope and support to every family experiencing the death of a son or daughter, brother or sister, or grandchild, and to help others better assist the grieving family. We meet monthly on the first Tuesday at the First Baptist Church, 99 W. Main St, Greenwood, IN 46142 and on the third Thursday at the Epworth United Methodist, 6450 Allisonville Road, Indianapolis, IN 46220. If and when you are ready to do so, please join us for either, or both, meetings. We Need Not Walk Alone. We are The Compassionate Friends. The Compassionate Friends Central Indiana Chapter (317) 250-0351 (Jodie) www.tcfcentralindiana.org www.compassionatefriends.org firstname.lastname@example.org
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Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Herald Jaeger posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 25, 2017Steward and Lisa, Loretta and I were so sad to hear of your loss of Daniel. So young to leave you! I know that you are close to God and that he will help you during this trying time. We are sending our blessings and condolences to you. Hal and Loretta Jaeger
Deborah Wilkerson posted a condolence
Monday, April 24, 2017To Pastor Stu and Lisa. Daniel will be missed terribly, and I'm so sorry for your loss. It's so sad. We all missed your family at church today and Paul lead us all in a prayer for your family about the time you were at the funeral. It was so comforting seeing how at peace Pastor Paul was, And I think everyone did a good job of glorifying Jesus in Church today! Worthy is the lamb. Holy is the name of Jesus.... But we all were so sad for your family. Even the kids said how they were sad. And we did art therapy for the kids, making cards for you all for kids church. And had a talk with the kids. So they understand. It's just soooo sad. We love you and as always are here for you if you need us. We hope you all feel better soon. To Keenan and Katie and your children, we love you and we missed you in church as well because we knew where you were and what you were doing, it's just so sad. Take good care of yourself. If you need anything please call me. I'll be here to smile at you and love on you Katie if you need me as always. Love you. To the family and friends of Daniel Lawrence. I'm so sorry for your loss as well. And I invite you to attend service with us and worship the Lord with us Sundays at 10am. 310 N. Rangeline Rd. Carmel, In. It's a great atmosphere to worship the Lord in. I love how loving and also how laid back everyone is. We love new people and everyone and especially kids who can be in the service with their parents. My sister Melinda, and Diane and I are assistant Sunday school teachers to Lisa Lawrence. We do a lot of kids church lessons and activities as well. And we have many special needs children in our congregation so everyone knows how to be sweet and comfort them. I myself have a son with severe ADHD, and have always felt loved and accepted just as he has. So come to church with us! All are welcome that is true. You can play any instruments you want. It's all to glorify Jesus and his love. I've grown up in the church like Daniel has, and we were born the same year. So it is very sad knowing he won't be there anymore. Please come to church and stand in for Daniel. And I know if he were here he would say "Let's go to church and praise the Lord!" And he did Sunday before last. I was so proud of him just as everyone else was too! Great job Daniel. You stayed the course and fought the good fight of faith. I bet your crown is glorious and artsy and tasteful! I can't wait to see it. See you soon. :) <3 Sincerely, Love and tears, From Deborah Wilkerson.
Donna Bussell posted a condolence
Thursday, April 20, 2017Dear Lawrence Family, Our staff is honored to have had the privilege of serving your family during the time of your loss. Warmest Regards, Donna Bussell Family Funerals