Danny Harold Wren

06/03/1959 –

 01/04/2020

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  • Visitation
Date: 01/07/2020
Time: 6:00 pm
 – 8:00 pm
  • Memorial Service
Date: 01/08/2020
Time: 1:00 pm
 – 2:00 pm

Obituary

Danny Harold Wren died in his home of 27 years in Lubbock, Texas on January 4, 2020. The family will host a time of fellowship and remembrance from 6 pm to 8 pm on Tuesday, January 7, 2020, at Lake Ridge Chapel and Memorial Designers. We will celebrate his life of 60 years at 1 pm on Wednesday, January 8, 2020, at Broadway Church of Christ followed by burial services at Resthaven Memorial Park. Friends are invited to share memories and expressions of sympathy for the family to cherish in the area below the obituary.

Danny Harold Wren was born on June 3, 1959, to Harold and Edna Wren in Lubbock, TX.  He was a 1977 graduate of Monterey High School. He went on to earn an Associate’s degree in Auto Mechanics from South Plains College shortly after. Danny met the love of his life Lora Helen Wren and later married in 1991 at Broadway Church of Christ. He was a firm believer in Christ and walked by faith throughout his life. He worked for 20 years with the City of Lubbock Fire Department before retiring. After retirement, Danny went on to work for H & W, Inland and Kimbell Gin Co.  Danny was a craftsman making handmade pens and bullwhips while listening to the music he loved, Grand Ole Opry.

He is survived by his wife, Lora; son, Logan Wren; daughter, Lindsey Davis and son-in-law, Owen Davis.  He is also survived by his parents, Harold and Edna Faye Wren; brother, Donnie Wren and several nieces, nephews, cousins and many friends.

Memorials

The family of Danny Wren has designated any charity of your choice, for memorial contributions donated in his memory.

Condolences

15 thoughts on “Danny Harold Wren”

  1. Lora, my deepest condolences to you and your family. Our precious Lord will surround you with comfort and peace !

  2. Danny had the biggest heart and was always encouraging to me and our family. He will be missed. See you in a few years Danny!! Love you Wren family!!

  3. My heart is breaking for the Wren family. Danny was a member of the Trinity Baptist Singles and we had many fun adventures as a group before he got married. He was a wonderful man, and will be sorely missed. Praying for all of you at this time and in the future.

  4. Lora, our deepest condolences for you and your family although we have only known each other a short time, we saw your overwhelming love for one another and your beautiful relationship with the Lord our hearts go out to you and your children praying for the Lord’s Peace and Comfort to cover you♡

  5. Jenel and Victor Munoz

    Lora, your family is so dear to us, accepting us as we were and studying the Bible with us. You all had open arms for us and we’ll never forget that. Danny was such a good man. I know you all will truly miss him but also have the faith of knowing right where he is. With much love and condolences, Jenel and Victor Munoz

  6. Our thoughts & prayers are with you & your family. Lean on your faith God will give u all the comfort & strength to get thru this. God was truly my salvation thru it all. We are here if u need a thing!

  7. Danny had a big heart. He loved his fellow man and showed that through his service. His love for kids was so evident in the years I worked with him in Cub Scouts. I can still see him laughing while joking with the boys. He was always there to help…one of those coveted “first to get there, last to leave” kind of helper/leader. You could always depend on Danny. His kindness knew no bounds. He will be greatly missed.

  8. Jimmy and Brenda Engle

    Our hearts hurt with your family as you grieve the loss of Danny. He was a sweet, kind, Christ-like man. May God wrap His arms around you all.

  9. DANNY YOUR FAMILY IS IN OUR PRAYERS . MAY GOD BLESS THEM IN THIS HOUR OF NEED AND GRIEF.

  10. Lora, Logan, and Lindsey – my thoughts and prayers are with you. I really enjoyed the friendship I had with Danny from Scouts and all the work he put into it for the the boys. Those were some great times. There were other times of going to a Tech football game which did not turn out to be much as Nebraska won rather easily. There were also the times we went to the car races on Saturday nights – definitely before we both had kids and I don’t think we thought much about the noise and not being able to hear; however, it must have as I had went home and had the window open and slept right through a hit and run on my pickup parked on the street and it being pushed over the curb and into my yard. I really enjoyed his company and I know my family did and are saddened for you, but happy for Danny and look forward to seeing him in the future.

  11. My condolences to Danny’s family. Danny was one of my best friends in high school. He would always make time for me when I would come to town for a visit. He was one of a kind, and would help anyone in need. We had a lot of laughs together. He could always remember some story that I had forgotten. He will be dearly missed.

  12. Richard and Doris Welch extend our deepest sympathy to the Wren family. Richard worked with Harold at Furr ‘s Food #3 when he was in Lubbock High School, in the early 50’s. Richard says that not knowing Danny, the fact that he was the son of Harold, Danny had to be a joy to be around.

  13. Joyce (Mahaffey) Boom

    Other than my own daddy, whom I adored, Danny was the sweetest and kindest man I ever knew. I remember so many fun times at Trinity Baptist Church when the singles class would get together. You could always count on Danny’s laughter and smiles to cheer you up on a bad day. He also had quite the snore!!! On singles’ trips to Cloudcroft, he was always “banished” to the water heater room in the basement. He said he didn’t mind because it was nice and warm. It really didn’t matter because we could still hear him through the floor–all the way to the second floor! He and another friend built a deck for me at the first little house I ever owned. The only “payment” required was a steak from the grill on the new deck and one of my desserts.

    The world was a better place and I am a better person for having known him. Lora, you were very blessed to have shared your life with Danny. I know you will miss him terribly. Know that we love you and you will be in David and my prayers.

  14. My first fond memory is of Danny making pancakes at Sonshine School’s Breakfast with Santa. I remember his happy attitude in serving and making us smile while we cooked, served, and cleaned up. I knew Miss Lora had “a keeper”.
    Though I am so sad for his family am quite certain he is smiling with angels. May the Lord continue to comfort you in your sorrow of missing him here on earth.

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