In Loving

Daniel Windsor Harman

November 2, 1995 – January 19, 2024

Daniel Windsor Harman, 28, of Richmond, Va, went to be with the Lord on Friday, January 19, 2024.

Daniel is survived by his parents, Burton and Terri Harman; sister Rachel A. Harman; grandfather Norman Blount Sr.; uncle Norman Blount Jr; aunt Tracie Nunn; uncle and aunt Hunter and Melodie Melton; uncle Billy Harman; aunt Rita Lipford; uncle and aunt Michael and Jennifer Harman; and many cousins.

Daniel had a heart of gold. He loved people and always tried to find ways to interact with them to lift their spirits. He had challenges in his life but he maintained an upbeat, happy attitude, never let his challenges get him down, and was the first to say “I love you”,” I’m sorry”, and” I miss you.”

He loved the Lord, and his family, skateboarding, playing video games, and talking. He loved to talk and pace and couldn’t sit down for very long unless he was playing a video game. He was quick, bright, smart, and knew everything about electronics just innately. He liked to cook and travel. He enjoyed exploring big cities like San Francisco and dreamed of moving to Japan.

He consistently kept in touch with his Grandpa, who meant the world to him, was always calling, texting, and visiting “Mom”, and checked in on his ailing father when he could. He was such a joy, he was “bigger than the whole sky”.

His “Celebration of Life” will be held at 10:00 am, Friday, January 26, 2024, at Westhampton Memorial and Cremation Park, located at 10000 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 23238 in the Mausoleum Building with white columns. The interment will be private.