Daniel Manuel Cadenas, also known as "Danny Boy" was born on February 9, 1983 and entered into Heaven on July 15, 2014.
He was born and raised in Watsonville, CA.
Danny was an avid exerciser, always accompanied by his best friend, pit bull "Bullet." Danny liked working out, running, lifting weights and boxing. His favorite sport was soccer, having played since early childhood. He played on several teams in the Hollister Adult Soccer League for many years. One of his proudest moments, was last year when his team, Los Pericos won a trophy for 2nd place.
Danny was a diehard Miami Dolphins fan. He had planned to attend the upcoming Dolphins vs. Raider game with his little brother Juan.
Some of Danny's favorite times were spent with family, including BBQ'S, bonfires, watching professional boxing, football and most recently watching the World Cup.
Danny will always be remembered for his beautiful smile, kind heart and love for his family.
May he rest in peace, today and forever. He may be gone but he will never, ever be forgotten. He will always be in our heart and our cherished memories.
Danny is survived by his parents; Juan Cadenas of Salinas and Mary Guzman of Hollister. His sisters; Gloria Hernandez of Janesville, CA, Eileen Richmond of Susanville, CA and brothers; Louis Cervantes of Fort Dodge IA, Tony and Juan Cadenas of Hollister.
He leaves behind three beautiful children; Ezequiel, Arianna Cadenas of Las Vegas, NV and Izabella Cadenas of Hollister, along with their beloved mothers, wife Cristina Ruvalcaba-Cadenas of Las Vegas and long-time companion Linda Rodriguez of Hollister. Danny also leaves behind numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and nephews in California, Iowa and Mexico.
Visitation services will be held on Wednesday, July 23, 2014 from 5:00 PM until 9:00 PM with a recitation of the Rosary at 7:00 PM at Ave Maria Memorial Chapel, 609 Main Street, Watsonville. Mass will be celebrated Thursday, July 24, 2014 at 10:00 AM at Valley Catholic Church, 2445 East Lake Ave, Watsonville, with burial to follow at Valley Public Cemetery, 2445 East Lake Avenue, Watsonville.