Moffett, Danyel

Danyel B. Moffett

May 31, 1972 - March 18, 2021

Danyel B. Moffett of Garland, Texas, passed away on March 18, 2021, at the age of 48.  She was born on May 31, 1972, in Richardson, Texas, to Rodney Jack and Geneva Sue Moffett. Danyel was an amazing woman, a devoted daughter, a loving sister, niece, cousin and loyal friend. She was incredibly beautiful, multi-faceted and very talented. Danyel was a hardworking, go-getter who never met a challenge she wasn’t ready to take on. Her favorite saying was to never ask for permission, ask for forgiveness later. That philosophy seemed to serve her well in life. She worked in the electrical sales industry for more than 25 years, most recently for the Fluke Corporation. Danyel also owned her very successful interior design company, Blondie’s Dream House. She loved beautiful things and helping people turn their houses into the homes of their dreams. Danyel’s other great love was traveling the world. She had recently traveled to Dubai, Africa, Cuba, Russia, Colombia and dozens of places in between. She lived a vibrant, exciting life full of fun and laughter. She was dearly loved and will be missed by all who knew her. Danyel passed away suddenly and unexpectedly while at home. At that moment we have no doubt that she was planning her next great adventure to some foreign land.

She is survived by her beloved, Lance Weston of Garland; father, Rodney Jack Moffett of Waxahachie; sister, Tavish Douglass and brother-in-law, Dan Douglass of Plano; numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and her faithful, furry friend, Sandy.

Danyel was preceded in death by her mother, Geneva Sue Moffett.

While Danyel left this earth much too soon, we have no doubt that the mark she left on this world and on everyone’s hearts will last forever. She was truly something special.

Due to Covid concerns a Celebration of Life service will be held at 2:00 p.m., Saturday, June 5, 2021, at the Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Chapel, 2525 Central Expressway North in Allen, Texas. Inurnment will be held at a later date at Ridgeview Memorial Park.


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I only knew Danyel a short time, but she was such a ray of sunshine. She always had a huge smile on her face and lit up any room she was in. I miss her. Lizbeth R., April 15, 2021 I'm sorry for your loss. Lance, keep being the man she loved.
Rick (Elmo) Hinck, April 13, 2021 I am truly sorry to hear of Danyel's passing. She was a true jewel of a lady and a joy to work with during my days with Fluke and dealing E. Stephens and Co.. Always a smile on her face and such a positive outlook on life in general. My sincere condolences to her family. Robert Woods, Jr. Robert Woods Jr, April 1, 2021 Danyel: Everywhere we travel, we will take your beautiful spirit with us. Your genuine love and passion for life and for love of people are an irreplaceable legacy that cannot be duplicated. You left the love of your life and travel warrior, Lance, so that he can continue your legacy. Our prayer is that you continue to strengthen him in his dreams and be the reason why he remains as a constant reminder of selfless love. Sleep in peace and grace. Till we meet again. One love!
Gayle & Darnell Riddick, March 24, 2021