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Submitted by: TD
Daniel F. Berkant II, a cherished family member, and resident of Durant, Oklahoma left this life in Durant on December 3rd, 2018 at the age of 59. Family hour will be held from 12:00 PM-1:00 PM on Saturday December 8th, 2018 at the Holmes~Coffey~Murray Chapel in Durant, Oklahoma. A celebration of his life will follow at 1:00 PM with Father James Blagg officiating. Burial will follow at the Highland Cemetery.
Daniel took pride in his job as a finish carpenter. He enjoyed the quiet solitude of fishing, and took joy in playing his guitar, and piano. Daniel was an avid Denver Bronco fan who was lovingly called “Denver Dan” by those who knew him. He was a saint, a clown, a gentleman, a genius, and a rebel all rolled into one person.
Mr. Berkant’s surviving loved ones are; mother, Helen Berkant of San Antonio, Texas; sisters, Diana Davault of Alba, Texas, Brenda Woolfolk of Colorado Spring, Colorado, Annette Huber of Dayton, Ohio, and Janet Anderson of Midlothian,Texas; sons, Daniel Berkant III of Ft. Worth, Texas and Stephen Berkant of Ft. Worth, Texas; Daniel is also survived by numerous cherished nieces and nephews. Mr. Berkant was preceded in death by his father, Daniel Berkant.
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