Daniel “Dan” Stover died unexpectedly in Nashville, TN on March 23, 2018 at the age of 35.
Daniel is survived by his parents, Douglas and Heidi Stover of Phoenix, AZ; His adoring wife Savannah; His 7 precious children, Adiya (13), Christian (11), Grace (9), Faith (7), Beloved (6), Shiloh (4), and Seven (2).
Daniel was born on January 18, 1983 in Colorado Springs, CO to Douglas and Heidi Stover. He graduated from Palmer High School in 2001. He married Savannah, his high school sweetheart, on January 18th, 2001. They lived in Colorado Springs and Daniel was an IT genius, holding positions with several companies and even having owned his own IT consulting company for 8 years before being offered a leadership position with Concept Technology in Nashville in 2017. Over their 17 year marriage, the couple were blessed by God to welcome 7 children into their home and Daniel set out to raise them in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. His children will remember him as a playful, interactive, energetic, affectionate, and loving father who encouraged them in the pursuit of Godliness.
Daniel was a skilled IT guy with a particular knack for fixing anything you put in front of him. With google and youtube, Daniel never backed down from a task. I’ve never seen such a jack of all trades as this guy was. He was a gentle, soft-spoken person who loved helping wherever he saw a need. He was passionate about his family and his God and was eager to share of his faith wherever he saw an open door. There was a calming presence about Dan that encouraged all who were blessed to be in his presence. He was a hands on father who loved each of his children dearly and looked forward to each new life entering their family.
There will be a gathering of Daniel’s closest family and friends to fellowship and remember the life of this precious man of God. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to Savannah who is now responsible for raising their 7 children. A donation fund has be set up at Wells Fargo in the name of Daniel Stover. Any donations will be gratefully appreciated.
2 Samuel 12:23 But now he is dead, wherefore should I fast? can I bring him back again? I shall go to him, but he shall not return to me.”