Daniel H. Brewington, 55 years young, passed on September 8, 2022 while at home surrounded by family and friends. The memories of these last few sunny days spending time together, holding hands, and being there for each other will always be remembered. Our community came together when we needed it the most and this is a testament to Dan’s character. When you spend your life doing the right thing and loving each person no matter who they are, your legacy will be impactful.

Dan is survived by his wife Pam Brewington and his children Brandon Maxwell, Brandon, Danny, and EV. His kids are talented young people in everything they do, and a credit to Dan as their father.  A loving husband and father, his gratitude to his family was apparent in everything he did. He was each of his loved one’s biggest fan and supporter. Although hard-working and proud, he always found a way to celebrate life, whether it was traveling with the family to far-off locations or just watching TV in bed.

The world lost a great friend. Dan was an empathetic companion and supporter, who always had time to listen to those who needed it. Because of his generosity and good spirit, for younger friends, employees, and other members of the community he became a figure to look up to. He always found a way to provide opportunities and second chances to those who needed it the most – and he always did so with a smile. The striking sunset on the day of his passing seems like a testament to the beauty he could always find in people and places all over the world.

There is a fine line between being strong and being numb. If Dan taught his loved ones anything, it is that happy, precious moments among family and friends, all those smiles, laughs, hugs and kisses help in difficult times. Sadness turns into gratitude for the time spent together. He will be greatly missed.

Burial Ceremony:
Date: Monday September 12th
Time: 12.00 pm
Location: Evergreen Memorial Park in Evergreen, Colorado
26624 N. Turkey Creek Rd. Evergreen, CO 80439

Memorial Service
Date: Friday, September 16th
Time: 10.00 am
Location: Rocky Mountain Christian Church
          9447 Niwot Rd, Longmont, CO 80503

Live stream link for Dan’s Memorial Service
Friday, September 16
10:00am MDT
https://control.resi.io/webplayer/video.html?id=5ff9c604-bc29-4d21-a7a9-9964d5932688

We will also have a barbecue at the family house in Mead that evening- Friday September 16th starting at 4:00 where we will cookout and enjoy all of Dan’s favorite drinks.

If you wish you attend the barbecue, please RSVP to Rachel at 720-334-6456 (call or text) or rachellv1970@gmail.com. Thank you.

 

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7 thoughts on “Daniel H. Brewington”

  1. Thank you Dan and family for everything you’ve done for my family over the years. We are so grateful!! I miss you but I have so many memories to keep me smiling. Love you!

  2. To the Brewington Family…
    I wish I was able to attend the planned gatherings to celebrate Dan’s life, however, because I live in Delaware and cannot afford airfare or hotel accommodations, I am not there. Please accept all of my virtual hugs and kisses to the family, and I will accept all of your tears. Dan WAS THE MAN!!!

  3. Thanks Dan, for everything. It was a pleasure and joy the possibility of meeting you a few times in our lives.
    This shining star goes out in the sky of life, always shining happily, advising and inspiring others.
    An adventurer who crossed the world with his family, a beautiful family as a legacy.
    You leave a mark on those of us who had the opportunity to meet you.
    Sorry, I didn’t get to visit you in Boulder as I promised you; time flew too fast, faster than we all thought.
    Hugs to you and your family.

  4. Dear Pamela, my deepest condolences to you and your children, we are very sorry for the departure of your Husband, he will give you comfort from eternal heaven, your children are the legacy of his love. We join in prayer, a hug from Los Angeles for you with much love, much strength.

  5. Dan was the person who always made time to listen to everyone. He was also the person that collected stray people. He helped many people through their bad times. I was one of them, and it was so cool being there to see his example of how a hand up can change a life. He was like a big brother to me although I didn’t know him very long. He will leave a big hole in my life. Comforting thoughts to all of his family.

  6. Bouncer Dan! You are loved and will be sorely missed, my brother from another mother! ❤️ Thank you for sharing a piece of your life with us when we were on that internet radio station. That was a very memorable time of our lives. I am sad that you are not with us but so very happy that you are now with Him. Through Him, I can continue to talk with you in my prayer & meditation. Thank you for being a friend.

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