Daniel Anthony Eulate

08/16/1968 - 03/11/2018
Service Date: 03/23/2018
Service Time: 10:00 AM
Service Location: Mountain View Memorial Gardens, 7900 E. Main St., Mesa, Arizona

Mr. Daniel “Dan” Anthony Eulate died peacefully at home on March 11, 2018 in Mesa, AZ at the age of 49.
Dan is survived by his mother, Dolores Eulate; brother Joe Eulate (Karen); nieces Brooke Eulate and Paige Sheppard (Shea); nephew Kellen Eulate; and great nephew Scott Sheppard. Dan also leaves behind several cousins, aunts, uncles, and many, many dear friends. Dan is preceded in death by his father, Joe V. Eulate.
Dan was born on August 16, 1968 in Mesa, AZ to Dolores and Joe Eulate, the youngest of two children. Dan was a 1986 graduate of Mountain View High School and then attended Arizona State University. He had a passionate career with the cognitively disabled, helping each person he worked with at the Mesa MARC center, work toward his or her personal best. Dan loved music and the performing arts. A well rounded individual, Dan also had a passion for sports, in particular, softball where he lived the passion as a coach for the East Valley Pride. Dan also loved football and bantering about it with all who would listen.
A memorial will be held in Dan’s honor on Friday, March 23 at 10 AM at Mountain View Memorial Gardens, 7900 E. Main St., Mesa, AZ 85207. An interment will follow immediately.

Condolences

  • I am so saddened to hear about Coach Dan! He was my coach at Fremont, but we have known the Eulate family for many years. Prayers to the entire family for their loss!

  • Nick and Michele Castellano

    Coach Eulate, Karen and family,
    We are so sorry for the loss of your brother and friend. Our hearts go out to you and all of your family. Praying for God’s peace a s comfort.

  • Marti McFadden Reich

    To the Eulate family, I am so sorry for the loss of Joe’s brother and the girls uncle.

  • Mellissa Brown

    Eric and I are deeply saddened at hearing the news of Dan’s passing. Please know your family is in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Cogswell Family

    We are so sorry for your loss, Dan was a person, softball coach, friend and a great uncle, Brother in law and brother. We will miss him and he is in our prayers.

  • One of the best friends a guy could ask for. We miss you buddy.

  • We are so sorry to hear about Dan. What a great guy and friend; we could always count on Dan.

  • Harry and Rebecca Bradford

    Harry and I are so sorry to hear this very sad news. Please let us know if there is anything that we can do. Your family is very special to us, we will keep you in our prayers.

  • My deepest condolences to the family for your loss.Truly heartbreaking. Our Heavenly Father gives us a beautiful thought when He promises us that soon death will be “swallowed up forever.” (1 Cor. 15:54) Along with this, God also guarantees that ones who have died will be able to live again. (John 5:28,29) I hope these encouraging scriptures can bring you some comfort during this difficult time.

  • I am so sorry for your loss…

  • My deep condolences to the Eulate family,
    I was really touched by the loss of your loved one. When a precious loved one falls asleep in death, it brings to mind God’s precious son Jesus. It is comforting to note how he viewed death. I would like to share it with you from the gift that the Most High God has given to each & everyone of us. Yes, His written word the Bible. In the Book of John chapter 11 verses 11-14 please, notice that Jesus viewed death as one Sleeping. He viewed death in such a comforting way. And, the Most High God promises that we can have the opportunity to see our loved ones again in perfect health (Psalms 83:18, Acts 24:15, & Isaiah 33:24). He even says where: Psalms 37:11 and for how long Psalms 37:29). I really hope that these promises were as comforting to you as they were to us when our daughter died and also when my precious husband of 50 years fell asleep in death due to cancer. I truly understand the pain that comes from losing someone so precious to us.
    Written to you in deep sympathy,
    Sissy

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