Daniel Lumley

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20th June 1975 – 20th September 2014

Daniel, aka Danny or Fish, tragically died on 20th September, 2014 aged 39 years. He was very passionate about many things. Dan was music-mad from a young age and DJ’d, produced his own CDs, had a local radio show in Manchester – where he had lived for the past 15 years – and wrote articles and reviews in Hip Hop magazines. He was also very good at photography, poetry, writing online blogs and graffiti art.

Danny was always eager to help others who shared his passions, and touched the hearts of many. He will be hugely missed by family and friends alike.

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Personal Tributes

There are 4 tributes.

  1. David Bishop says:

    RIP from your dad

  2. Amanda & Steve Lumley says:

    They say there are plenty more fish in the sea, but there could never be another like you, as you were unique.

    You were your own man, a nonconformist with strong views that you weren’t afraid to voice. You did your own ‘thing’ and didn’t follow the crowd. Your dislike for ‘labels'(apart from your own TROUT brand, of course), is humorously illustrated in a sticker from your huge collection – ‘Numpties wear Nike’!

    You were quick-witted with a good sense of humour and a man of many talents. Graffiti, photography, writing poetry, magazine articles and online blogs. You had a unique way with words! Then there was the music, which always played a major role in your life – and you had a real eclectic taste. The DJing, your AntiSocial radio show and the production of numerous CD’s, both for yourself and other people.

    You may not have been a saint, but you were our son and we loved you – still do!

    May you Rest in Peace. xxxxxxxxxxx

  3. Lynette & Frank Clement says:

    We as grandparents have such wonderful memories of our darling first born grandchild. It is so hard to think that you will no longer be a part of our lives. You made us laugh and you made us cry over the years, and will remain in our hearts forever. Rest in peace.

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