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DannyRay Yetter, 29, of Spotsylvania County was freed from this earthly home on Friday, June 13, 2014, to go and live in peace with the Lord.
He is survived by his parents, Tamara A. Carter–Hensleigh and Michael Hensleigh of Spotsylvania; grandparents Harriet Weinstock, William H. and Ann Marie Carter and Linda Anderson; sister AmandaDawn Yetter, brother-in-law Brandon Barber, along with his nieces, MiCayla–Ann Yetter and Kaitlyn–Rose Barber, all of Spotsylvania.
DannyRay is also survived by siblings from Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Natira, Fahren, Justin and Jordan Hensleigh; as well as siblings from Chesapeake, Jeffery Greene and Christopher and Casey Clark.
DannyRay will also be lovingly remembered by his parental figures, Conrad J. Yetter and Danny R. and Angie Clark; aunts and uncles Sheryl Carter, Jill and Terry Thomas, William W. and Charlotte Carter, and Connie and Mark Ozmon; cousins Amanda Rose, Danielle, Destiny, Dylan, Jay–Jay, Joey, Johnathan, Johnny Ray, Julianna, Junior, Kayla Jean, Madalyn, Melissa and Vincent; as well as 16 additional nieces and nephews and especially, his loving godmother, Dawn Romano.
Along with ALL the other loving family and friends he has left behind, DannyRay was preceded in death by his brother Jason M. Hensleigh; grandmother Betty Hens-leigh; grandfather Raymond Clark; and uncle Stephen Clark.
DannyRay will always be remembered for his never-ending compassion, his constant smile and his ability to make others laugh. His love for all children, whom he embraced as if they were his own. His drive to be a good man. His love of trivia and odd facts in life. He was full of life with a twinkle in his eyes and always ready for a new adventure. He was always willing to give anything he had to help another. He has left a hole in so many lives that cannot be filled. “Forever in our Hearts, Never to be forgotten.”
Instead of flowers that will quickly fade, the family requests that you honor DannyRay’s memory by making contributions to: Round Oak Baptist Church, 15025 Pepmeier Hill Road, Woodford, Va. 22580.
A viewing will be held from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, June 21, at Round Oak Baptist Church, with services immediately following.