Danny Ray

November 21, 1955 – February 9, 2021

Danny Ray, 65, of Topeka, KS past away Tuesday February 9, 2021.

He was born November 21, 1955 in Lawrence, KS.

Danny’s interest included tinkering with small engines. He enjoyed repairing automobiles for family & friends. He was an avid sports enthusiast, rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals and the Kansas Jayhawks. He also enjoyed NASCAR & Pro Wrestling watching as often as he could.

Danny is survived by his wife of 27 years Paula (Espinoza) Ray.

Sisters Norma Vancleave, Judy Ray and brother Thomas (Sheila) Ray. His children Daniel Ray (San Jose, CA), Stephanie Corwin (Alton, KS), Jack Corwin (Topeka, KS) and 9 grandchildren.

There will be no services at this time. Family will commemorate his life at a private service in the future.

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  1. SO sorry to hear about Danny I know he will be greatly missed. He was truly one of a kind. I was so lucky to have him as a friend.

  2. Paula and family
    Wishing you peace to bring you comfort,
    Courage to face the days ahead
    And loving memories…
    to forever hold in your heart.
    My deepest condolences

  3. Paula, I’m sorry to hear about Danny. Please know, you’re in my thoughts and prayers. Memories are the Legacy of Love, and I know you had plenty of good times to remember. God bless you and his heavenly spirit.
    Teresa (Ortiz) and Ron Heideman

  4. Uncle Dan your going to see a lot of friends and family that you been wanting to see for along time now , it’s seems like your still here cracking jokes and helping me with my truck tell my dad hi for me and I miss him very much ,we will help take care Paula and keep her strong .love you uncle Dan and it’s not the same around here since you left . o hey where’s is you long ten metric wrench at I can’t find it . R. N .P

  5. Danny, May you rest in peace high on that mountain. You are now free from pain and watching those you love down on earth. Your soul will speak to them in their dreams and in their thoughts. Answer them when they need guidance for the love you had for them is unbroken. Be with your heavenly family now for in due time when the others arrive, you will be there to greet them, like those that greeted you. May God welcome you home for your new beginning.

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