Danny Matthew Sisneroz Jr.
Danny Matthew Sisneroz Jr. passed away on February 16, 2022 after a two year long, courageous battle with Osteosarcoma. Heaven opened its gates to him after only 21 short years on Earth. His family and friends knew Danny to be kindhearted, quick witted, and lover of music and dancing and drawing.
Danny was born on November 10, 2000 in Fort Worth, Texas to Danny and Ramona Sisneroz. As the youngest in the family, Danny grew up with three older sisters ready to shepherd him to all the best things in the world. Throughout his childhood he loved to sing, dance, joke, entertain, and draw. As a young man he was an avid tennis player, singer, and prankster. Danny never lacked for an audience as he was a natural born entertainer. Throughout his cancer battle, he would sing and create art; he tried to keep his brain occupied to ease his pain. He was always in a lot of pain but you would have never known that. Danny was a selfless individual, who was always worried more about his family than himself.
Danny graduated from Brewer High School in 2019 and was well on his way to a bright future attending Texas Wesleyan University on a full scholarship to pursue Psychology. He was diagnosed with Osteosarcoma during his first semester at college. As a believer in miracles and with a strong faith in God, Danny fought for his life and found distraction in his favorite things to keep his mind off the pain, Star Wars movies and trivia. Throughout his battle, he was thankful and in awe of the Star Wars community following his journey, sending him encouragement and prayers until his last day.
Danny will be deeply and lovingly missed by his parents, Danny Sr. and Ramona Sisneroz; sisters, Catherine Tolpa and husband, Christian Tolpa, Dallas Dubberly and husband, Kenneth Dubberley, and Adelina Sisneroz; grandmother, Josephine Bravo; and his niece and god-daughter, Isabelle Rey Tolpa. Danny loved Isabelle with all of his heart, they had a very strong connection, and he found joy and strength in seeing and talking to her. Although, at the tender age of 4 she knew her uncle was very sick, and she cried out for her uncle when he passed.
A Rosary Service will begin at 5:00 pm on Monday, February 21, 2022, with visitation to follow at Azle & Lake Worth Funeral Chapel from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM. A Celebration of Life will be held on Tuesday, February 22, 2022 at Azle & Lake Worth Funeral Chapel at 2:00 PM with interment to follow at Azleland Cemetery & Memorial Park.
The family would like to thank his Danny Strong community and close friends who will always be considered family, for loving and praying for him throughout his diagnosis and treatment. He will always be remembered as a light too joyous and bright for this life. The pain of losing him will never cease, but the love and joy he brought into our lives will always live on.
Blessed are the clean of heart, for they shall see God.
Goodbyes hurt the most when the story was not finished.