Danny Lenard Ayles

Danny Lenard Ayles

April 20, 1949 - August 30, 2013

Danny Lenard Ayles

April 20, 1949 - August 30, 2013


Danny L. Ayles, age 64, Linden, TN, died August 30, 2013 at the VA Hospital in Nashville, TN. Danny was born on April 20, 1949 to the late Paris M. and Vivian A. Pierce in Dayton, Ohio. Danny’s family remember him as a “Rambling Man” with a generous heart. Danny served in the Army during the Vietnam War. During his service he received several medals including a Purple Heart. After leaving Vietnam Danny spent most of his time in Clearwater, FL. Danny loved the water and spent his time fishing, scuba diving and would travel when he could. Danny moved to Lakeland, FL. where he met a special friend Diane Carrow and her daughter Leah. When Danny got sick he moved to Tennessee where Diane was not only his friend but was his caregiver. He is survived by his two children Jessica Allison Frank of N. Jacksonville, FL and Jairus E. Ayles of Kingwood, TX. In addition to his children he leaves behind two grandchildren Carson and Shelby Allison of N. Jacksonville, FL; and two sisters Lisa Harsha and Barb Lowe both of Dayton, OH. Services will be held with full military honors at 2:00 PM Monday, September 9th at Middle Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery, 7931 McCrory Lane, Nashville, Tn. 37221.

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8 responses to Danny Lenard Ayles

  1. Brenda says:

    You always did your best and will forever have a place in my heart.

  2. We were childhood friends. Met Danny at his cousin Ralph Ayles house when I was in the 5 grade.

  3. Danny was my father n law. My husband Shawn and I only had about 2 and a half years to knoe him. I found him on facebook for my husband and they were both so happy to meet for the very first time. The resemblence was breath taking. He maintained contact with us just until his passing. We are so saddened by his passing we were getting close to coming for a family visit which wasn’t soon enough. We will be at the memorial on monday to see him laid to rest and pay amidge to a great war hero and a father. God speed Danny..look for me when I get to heaven. I will never forget the hours of spritual talks we had about how much you loved the Lord.

  4. Lisa Harsha says:

    Missing my Brother….I wish we could have cleared up things between us, but, in the end we were still family and I loved you! I am going to remember the good times of me and Mom coming to Florida in the summers and all the fun we had together… Your with Mom and Buddy now, rest in peace Brother!

  5. He blessed this world with a strong beautiful smart woman who is among many things a wonderful mother. His memory and spirit lives on through her. God bless!

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