Daniel W. Oldham

It is with great sadness that the family of Daniel W. Oldham announces his passing after a brief illness, on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at the age of 70 years.

Danny will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 48 years, Kathleen, and his children, David (Riki), and Matthew (Annie). Danny will also be fondly remembered by his three grandchildren, Alyson, Andrew and Madison, and a brother, Michael (Marla) Oldham, two nieces and four nephews.

Danny was predeceased in death by his parents, Steve and Helen Oldham, a brother, Mark Oldham, and a sister, Cindy Jefferson

A Military Honor Guard Graveside Service in memory of Danny will be held at 12:30 p.m. Monday, April 23, 2018 at Fort Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth, Kans. Those who so desire may make memorial donations in memory of Danny to the Kansas City Hospice & Palliative Care, 1500 Meadow Lake Pkwy Ste 200, Kansas City, MO 64114-9937.

Arrangements in care of Bross & Spidle Funeral Home, Excelsior Springs.

Our Sincere Condolences

We are so sorry to hear about Dan.  He has been in our prayers.  We offer condolences to his entire family.
Theresa and Preston Lane

Frank and I would like to extend our deepest sympathy to Kathy and all of Danny’s family.  Fly high with the angels dear friend Danny.  You will be missed.
Rebecca Balestrere

Kathy, I’m sorry for the loss of your precious Danny. Thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Dear Oldham family,

Although my husband and I only knew Dan, We had heard over the years many fond stories from him about his family who he loved so much. Dan  had worked for us for around 15 years and I  considered him a great friend. I was terribly saddened to hear this news. He will be greatly missed by many. A great man.
Dawn Evans

Kathy, I want you both to know how very sorry I am for your tremendous loss. I just found out a short time ago that Danny was in poor health. Judy told me the boys and families are with you. I pray for your family to be able to help you through this difficult  time. May God hold you and your family in the palm of his hand and give you comfort.
Jane Sugars

Dear Kathy and family, so sorry to hear of Danny’s passing.  God bless all of you.
Jill Miller

We pray our Lord wraps you all in His loving arms and gives you strength and peace. Cliff will miss his buddy terribly as we all will. With love to you all.
Cliff and Debi Brown

Cathy & Family,
So sorry to hear about my old friend’s passing.  Danny and I have been friends since 12 years old.  We were on the Holiday Swim Team and went through Jr. High and High School together.  Later in years we became neighbors.  I remember how he volunteered his time to help me with remodelling my house when my mom developed terminal cancer and had to come live with us.  Danny was a good man and a good friend.  He was well liked by all in the Ruskin Class of 65.   So long old friend.
Karl Eggers

Richard and I are so sorry for your loss.
Our prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. All our love be with you during the coming days.
Richard and Loyce Johnston

Dear Kathy and family, we first met in 5th grade at Johnson School and knew him thru high school. He was a really good guy.   My best wishes and prayers to you at this time.

We have so many photos and home movies of great times with you and Danny.  Your wedding day, staying at Danny’s parents house at the lake, and getting together for Dick and Danny’s birthdays. We are going to miss his ever present smile.  He was ALWAYS fun to be with and as he would say ….. LOVES HIS KATHY!!!!  He was a great guy and loved by all who knew him. Our kids have many memories of Danny too, of couse, and their hearts are broken as well.
Love, Cindy and Dick

Family of Danny,
Sorry for your loss in the passing of your loved one. May God’s peace be a special comfort to you!
Wilma Lauver (class of ‘65)

Heartfelt Condolences at the loss of your loved one.  May God Sustain you.
Sharing Your Sorrow,
Scotty, and Mary Ann Cox
Class of 65′

So very sorry to hear of Danny’s death. I had several classes with him in the Ruskin H.S. days. and always enjoyed his humor and shenanigans.
Conni “Light” Begeman