Lifelong Alaskan Dan P. Rumley died Friday, Feb. 23, 2007, at his home in Sterling with his family by his side. He was 31.
A family service will be held at a later date and his ashes will be scattered at Lost Lake.
Mr. Rumley was born May 19, 1975, to Paul and Donna Rumley in Soldotna. He attended Soldotna High School and graduated in 1993. He furthered his education by attending and graduating from the Denver Automotive and Diesel College in Colorado.
“Dan was loved dearly and will be missed beyond what words can say. While his life was short, it was full of amazing experiences; more so than most of us. We are blessed to possess many wonderful memories and will always hold him in our hearts. Dan loved snowmachining, snowboarding, hockey, automotives and his cat Owen,” his family said.
Mr. Rumley is preceded in death by his grandfather, Jack Rumley; and grandmothers, Alice (Bonnie) Rumley and Marian Anderson.
He is survived by his parents, Paul and Donna Rumley of Soldotna; sister, Anne Rumley of Bend, Ore.; aunts and uncles, Kay and Bill Harris of Sterling, Nancy and Larry Engel of Palmer, Jacki and Dave Barden of Ritzville, Wash., Sherrie and Steve Mallen of Taylorsville, Utah, Sue Bell of Tucson, Ariz., Jane and Mike Branigan of Madison, Ind., Claudia and Tim Branigan of Las Vegas, Nev. and Dee and Jim Branigan of Las Vegas; grandparents, Clair and Peggy Anderson of Las Vegas; cousins, Jacki, John, Marty and Chad of Alaska, Heath and Ryan of Washington, Preston, Darrel, Christen, Gretchen, Katie, Andy and David of Utah, Bobbie and Kyle of Arizona, Cindy of North Carolina and Courtney of Indiana; and many friends.
Arrangements were made by Peninsula Memorial Chapel in Kenai.
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