Daniel Raymond Coleman "Toad", joined his dad in heaven on November 15th, 2019 at the
young age of 26. He was born on April 14th, 1993 to Norman and Robin Coleman in Morton,
Danny, mostly known as Toad, graduated from White Pass High School in 2011. After school, he
went on looking to make the big bucks, whether that was working in the oil fields in Wyoming,
selling fireworks at Toad's Firework Stand, or playing Mega Meltdown at the Lucky Eagle. He
was a hard worker and like his dad and older brothers, he loved logging and being in the woods.
Growing up, he loved living in the valley with his friends and family and spent most of his time
hunting, fishing, camping, or having "bible study" with the boys.
Danny met his honey, Julia Pena, in 2015 and they had their first baby girl, Aspen Rosalie in 2018.
He was excited to meet his new baby girl that is expected to be born in December. Danny was a
wonderful, devoted dad that loved having a family.
Danny is survived by his Girlfriend, Julia Pena and his children Aspen and upcoming baby Oaklyn
Coleman. He leaves his mom, Robin Coleman and siblings Destiny Kambich, Chanie (Cody)
Moorcroft, Lowell (Katie) Coleman, Cameron (Skyler) Church, Jeremiah (Naomee) Johnson,
Taylor Johnson, and Preslie Coleman. He was Uncle Toad or Uncle Duh to nieces Kylee, Autumn,
Kelsie, Paige, Ryleigh, Danika, Timber, Anya, Avayah, and Maycee and nephews Griffin, Connor,
Cale, Crew, Gunner, Jax, and Carson. He was also a Great Uncle to Raeden and Owen Jack. Danny
also leaves his Grandma Deb, Grandma Coleman, Grandma Jo, Aunt Bambi, Aunt Sissy, Aunt
Annette, Uncle Alan, and Uncle Wayne.
Toad had a heart of gold and was everyone's best friend. He had a goofy personality and the
best sense of humor that could make anyone laugh. Toad was the kind of guy you never forget.
He touched the lives of so many people and will always be remembered for the amazing son,
father, boyfriend, brother, uncle, nephew, friend, and soul that he was. He will be terribly missed
by us all.
A graveside service is scheduled for 11:00 am on November 30th at the Coleman Cemetery in
Glenoma followed by a Potluck memorial at the White Pass High School at 12:30 pm.