Danielle Banry

1973 ~ 2024

Celebration of Life

3456 Bellinger Ln, Medford, Oregon
Mar 2, 2024 11:00 AM

Danielle's profound gratitude for life and those in her circle was undeniable. Born on June 27th, 1973, in Medford, Oregon, to Carolyn and Brian Hartgraves, she peacefully reunited with her Heavenly Father on January 5th, 2024. Survived by her devoted husband, Jared, sons Jared Jr. and Gaven, beloved nieces and nephews, brothers Dean and Greg, and parents Carolyn and Brian,

Danielle leaves an enduring impact on all who had the privilege of knowing her.
Many were fortunate to count Danielle as their friend. Throughout her earthly journey, she surpassed the roles of a mother and daughter, embracing the positions of a teacher and friend—earning affection from everyone she encountered. Whether you were a close acquaintance or a stranger at the grocery store, she ensured each interaction left an indelible impression.

Danielle earned her degree in "Marriage and Family Studies" from BYUI, dedicating over 10 years to positively influencing children at Central Point Elementary. Later, she relocated to Utah, continuing her impactful work with children with disabilities.

Join us in celebrating the life of this remarkable woman at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints building on 3456 Bellinger Ln, Medford, Oregon, at 11 am on March 2nd, 2024


i love you and miss you so much mom

- Gaven Banry

I remember Danielle's sweet spirit when she lived in Reedsport, and her adorable sons. My condolences to the whole family.

- Debbie Newman

Tom and I are both so saddened by the passing of Danielle. We only got to know her for a brief time before leaving the Rogue Valley, but our memories of her are of a sweet and gracious woman who always had a smile on her face. She will definitely be missed by those who loved her. Our condolences to your family on your loss. Love

- Joanna Lowe

I have been praying for your family. My heart goes out to you Jared, Jared and Gaven. Boys, your mom was a special person to us at school, but I first knew her as your mom when Jared stepped into my class at 5 years old. What an incredible mama you had. She loved you both so very much and was always there to care and support you. She always wanted the best for you and to protect you. Even though I am sure you feel cheated of time with her, I pray that you will hold onto the diamond moments you had with her and see the time you got with her as a blessing. I also hope you can let her influence your choice in a wife someday and how you will parent by keeping her model as a standard. Danielle was grounded, acted honorably, displayed love and kindness, and spent her time serving others. You couldn’t ask for better in a mother. I am deeply sorry for your loss, I wish this hadn’t happened, but I pray you can hold onto the positive because that is what she would want for you. Love you all!

- Tammie Collom