Rev. Daniel H. Searcy

rev. daniel searcy

July 12, 1949 ~ July 3, 2015

Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Rev. Daniel H. Searcy, 65, went home to be with his Savior and Lord on July 3, 2015. Born July 12, 1949, in Amarillo, Texas, Daniel was the second of six children born to L H and Anne Searcy. Daniel was preceded in death by both his parents. Survived by his wife, Esther; children, Sara (Dave Guin), Naomi (Jon Watson) and Joel; six precious grandchildren, Ella, Lana, Eli, Gracie, BJ and Chloe; wonderful mother-in-law, Mildred Dreessen; and siblings, Stephen (Pat) Searcy of Stinnett, Texas, Rachel (Steve) Anderson of Ft. Worth, Texas, Kevin (Sharon) Searcy of Goodwin, Okla., Jennifer (Neil) of Lewisville, Texas and Aileen (Joel) Ross of Durham, N.C. Daniel grew up in Stinnett, Texas, then joined the U.S. Navy seeing three tours in Vietnam while stationed out of Hawaii. He attended Western Bible College earning his Biblical Education degree and pastored churches in Cortez, Eckert and Pueblo for a total of 28 years. He continued to fill in at various churches and ministries until his death. The past ten years he labored at InnoTrac and looked forward to retirement, spending time with family and fishing. Celebration of life, 11 a.m. Thursday, July 9, 2015, at New Life Bible Church, 2320 S. Prairie Ave. Bring your special memories of Daniel. In lieu of food or flowers, donations can be made direct to New Life Bible Church, 2320 S. Prairie Ave., Pueblo, CO 81005. Online condolences,

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  1. Thank you for taking the time to travel and join with us on our day of remembrance of Dan –your staying around to visit and take a few pictures of family was much appreciated. We will always remember the camping trips to south fork shared with you and his parents. Joel was able to go fishing this summer with his uncle and brother-in-law developing new memories and with some of the grand-kids.

  2. So many good memories with you as well…as a room mate and in your wedding — thanks for the prayers and keep in touch, ok

  3. Thank you for your prayers and for your comments especially about his love for coffee which he definitely had…and he loved that Christmas blend as well. Thank everyone
    for such a show of love at the service by their attendance and care.
    InnoTrac has been quite a surprise for me…thank you and feel free to keep in touch.

  4. Thank you for your comments and prayers…he always was a good listener and very dedicated to whatever he was committed to doing. Thank everyone for such a show of love at the service by their attendance and care. InnoTrac has been quite a surprise for me…thank you.

  5. Yes, he accepted Christ the day before boot camp and grew through ministries while in the Navy and Bible correspondence courses which he led him to pursue Bible College where I met him. Thank you so much for sharing, I really appreciate it.

  6. Thank you for the scripture verse reminder of God’s peace. I know where he is which gives great comfort. Thank you for remembering him.

  7. Daniel was a first class person who loved the loved The Lord and shared that love with those around him. Though I haven’t seen him in years, I have fond memories of my time with he and Ester at Western Bible College. My thoughts and prayers are with you and the family, Ester. Mary Mathis, Wheatland, WY

  8. I worked with Daniel for 7 years. Most of those in a shared office. He was the one person who was happy that I would make coffee in the afternoon. I think we were the only two who would drink it all day. I was fortunate enough to have him be my secret Santa twice in those years and both times he gave me the best Christmas blend coffee. I enjoyed talking and working with Daniel. He spoke of his family often, especially the grandchildren. He was a meticulous worker and a pleasure to talk to. He was an honest, wonderful man who touched the lives of many. To his family -prayers and love to all of you.
    Rest in Peace Mr. Searcy- you will be missed.

  9. I had the wonderful pleasure of working with Daniel at Innotrac for the past 8 years. He was a wonderful man, a caring friend, and a valuable employee. He loved to pass the time away talking about his family and especially fishing. He was also a person that you could look to for advise or just an ear to listen. I have never met a man more dedicated to his job than Daniel. Words cannot express how much he will be missed by so many…My love, thoughts and prayers go out to all his family in the sad time….Daniel, my friend, you will be deeply missed but never forgotten!!!!

  10. Daniel was a year ahead of me at Stinnett High School where we were both in band. I will always remember Daniel as a very sweet and caring person. I did not realize that he had become a pastor, but I’m not at all surprised.
    My thoughts and prayers are with each member of Daniel’s family.

  11. Daniel was my classmate at Stinnett High School. Even though I did not know him well I knew him to be a quiet and kind person. I am saddened by the loss of a good man of God and a treasured family man. My deepest sympathies are extended to you all. “And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus” – Philemon 4:7

  12. Dan and Esther have been friends for a long time and we have fond memories of our school years and visits with them and Including a camping trip at South Fork with his folks, replete with a fishing expedition. Though we have not had a lot of contact in recent years, Dan’s passing is a bit out of the blue and we will miss him and his spirit.

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