Danny Barman passed away on September 17, 2021, at the age of 59. He was born to Robert (Bud) and Dorothy Barman on December 16th, 1961, in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Danny’s career was very important to him. Moving on from Swim Clean to Precision Pools and Spas, he found another family of loving friends who respected and appreciated him. He earned a reputation as one of the best in the pool and spa industry, and it will be hard to ever replace him.
Danny was a joke player and was always looking to make others laugh. He would do anything for his family and friends. He loved to go camping, fishing, and boating. He would sit out at the lake for hours upon hours. Out on the boat, he would pull the tube and show others a good time, making sure that everyone had a turn. He found his peace in the mountains. Current Creek was his favorite place and he looked forward to every trip.
Danny is survived by his father Bud Barman; his two daughters that he loved and cherished so much, Samantha Barman, and Kelsie Barman; his stepson, Torry Crank; his pride and joy, twin granddaughters, Nevaeh Leigh, and Nova Jean; sister, Dixie Colson; and brother Tommy Barman; his friend and mother to his children, Gwen Crank. Danny was preceded in death by his dear mother, Dorothy Barman.
A viewing will be held Thursday September 23, 2021, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at Larkin Sunset Lawn, 2350 East 1300 South. Masks are encouraged. Graveside services will take place on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at 10:00am, also at Larkin Sunset Lawn. A luncheon will follow the graveside at Doug and Julie Heer’s home, 3102 Cedar Pass Road, Eagle Mountain, Utah 84005.
Sad to hear. My condolences to Gwen, his children and family. I worked with Danny for many years. A lot of fun memories of hanging out after work, road trips to California and Yuba lake.
I was so sad to hear about Danny’s passing. I loved my time working with Danny, he was always so fun to work with and he told the best stories. I will always remember the great Danny Barman. Best of love to Danny’s family
Gwen ,Tommy ,Bud and Dixie I am so sad to hear of Danny’s passing he was a great friend and he will always have a place in my life’s best memories.He was truly like a brother to me. I will miss him.
Am sorry for you lost I send my condolences for the family and y praying 🙏 for him Rest In Peace DANNY big guy
I was so sad to hear about dannys passing I only worked with Danny for about a year but I loved every second of it and me and my brother had the oppritunity to work and live with danny down in moad for about 2 months and I loved how he was always smiling or making a joke about somthing, but one expirence I'd like to share is when we were driving down to moab i was driving and just trying to get to know danny a little better so i was asking questions about his family and i want you to know he talked about how proud he was of his daughters and how much he loved his grand daughters from the start of spanish fork cayon all the way to moab.
I’m so happy that I was able to see Danny, one of his girls and the twins recently.
We are the same age and had some fun times when we were teenagers. That baby blue Ford truck was beautiful!
I will remember the happy times we had having Sunday barbecues and firework celebrations.
That is a great picture ❤️