Danny Harold Gahn

 

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Danny Gahn

Danny Harold Gahn, 60, of Gold bar, WA, passed away on February 6, 2024. He was born on May 29, 1963. Danny was a Transit Operator for King County Metro, dedicating himself to providing transportation services to the community.

In his free time, Danny enjoyed bodybuilding, bike riding, skiing, river rafting, and swimming. He had a zest for life and always sought adventure and physical activity.

Danny will be remembered for his charismatic personality, hard work ethic, loyalty, stoicism, and dedication. He was a family-oriented man who cherished his loved ones deeply. He is survived by his wife Cynthia, his daughters Esmeralda Gahn, Marley Wolf, and Jessica Gahn, his sons Jordan Gahn, and Tyler Gahn, his sister Leah Gahn, his brother Ben Gahn, and his mother Bertha Leonetti. He was preceded in death by his brother Larry Gahn, and his father Dan B Gahn.

A memorial service to celebrate Danny’s life will be held at Barton Funeral Home in Kirkland, WA on Saturday, February 17, 2024 at 2pm. The Barton Family Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements and is dedicated to assisting the family during this difficult time. Please also see his other obituary on Legacy.com.

Danny Harold Gahn will be deeply missed by all who knew him. His memory will forever live on in the hearts of his family and friends.

One Response to “Danny Harold Gahn”

  • Cynthia Gahn says:

    My dear husband Danny passed away last Tuesday evening at approximately 6:15pm, in hospice, do to heart failure. I am completely heartbroken and have lost my best friend. Our beautiful eight year old daughter, Esmeralda, is missing her daddy so much.
    Marriage Is Forever
    I take you from this day forward,
    To love and to miss,
    For better or for worse,
    For emptiness or joyful memory,
    In sadness and in grief,
    Even after death has made us part,
    I take you as my husband,
    In death as I did in life,
    Because our love is forever.
    You are with the lord now and your suffering is over. Fly high until we meet again.
    All my love, Cynthia and Esmeralda Gahn

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