- June 22, 1933 - December 2, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of Dan's Passing
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“My prayers goes out to the entire mays Family, so sorry to hear about the passing of Big Dan, but he is now with GOD. R.I.P
1 of 8 | Posted by: Monique - Austin, TX
“Love and Prayers To the Family
2 of 8 | Posted by: AC &Addie Cleveland - Austin, TX
“Rest in Peace Dan, You will be missed.
3 of 8 | Posted by: Robert Duke - Austin, TX
“prayers and condolences to the Mays family.
4 of 8 | Posted by: ChambersPaul - austin, TX
“Look to the Hills which cometh our help comes from the Lord. Luv u all u have my condolence praying for u all. I have been close to you all went to...Read More »
5 of 8 | Posted by: Emma J Richerson - Austin, TX
“I've missed seeing his smiling face in the store. I know that he is smiling down at his children and all of the loyal customers who continue to enjoy...Read More »
6 of 8 | Posted by: Gina Houston - Austin, TX
“MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO THE FAMILY FROM A FRIEND WHO ENJOYED MANY TIMES THANKS TO MR MAYS. YOU WILL ALWAYS BE REMEMBERED.
7 of 8 | Posted by: Brandy Redoux - Del Valle, TX
“To the entire Mays family with my deepest sympathy. I will continue to pray for you all. Stay faithful to the word of the lord. Hope Porter-Davis
8 of 8 | Posted by: Hope Porter - Austin, TX
Dan I. Mays was born on June 22, 1933 in Round Rock, Texas to Robert Mays and Jeanette Cleveland Mays. He was one of eleven children. Dan accepted Christ at an early age under the Pastorage of Rev. Carrington, at Sweet Home Baptist Church in Round Rock, Texas. Dan was a very faithful and dedicated member of Zion Hill Baptist Church where he was ordained as a Deacon on December 5, 2010. Dan graduated from Hope Well School in Round Rock, Texas. Dan worked for Cabiness & Brown Furniture Co., worked in construction, drove for Roy's Taxi and then went on to become a business owner of dump trucks and the owner of Sam's Barbeque for over 35 years. Dan was a very loving, kind, and giving person. He served on different committees for different organizations to help the eastside community. He enjoyed helping others. He served as a member of the Cheops Lodge for several years. After retirement, he enjoyed going to church and spending time with his family. He was a devoted father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother and uncle, with a kind heart. He also had an impeccable state of fashion.