This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Dana Andrew Watkins who was born in Nevada on May 26, 1984 and passed away on September 10, 2008 at the age of 24. Dana lived with his family here in Tustin California and loved life. Dana was full of adventure and loved being on his motorcycle, building the motor on his 1984 corvette and just loved doing for others. We will remember him forever.
In Danas name an account has been set up at the Tustin Community Bank on Newport Ave, Tustin Ca 92780 This helps with funeral services that families cannot afford otherwise. Dana loved helping others and his legacy will go on as we keep his memory by helping others when they cannot come up with all the money to bury their child. Thank you for your contribution. It is the Dana Watkins memorial fund. The tax deductible is available with donation. We appreciate your love and support. It Does help other families when they cannot do it alone. We also need to remember that we share the road with motorcycles and if we just look twice, we can save a life. Dana's life ended too soon and it is very sad that such a beautiful young man who loved life so much and loved helping so many people, had to be taken from us. God Bless You for your help in keepiing his memory going in helping other families.
Dana was so full of life and loved playing jokes on people. He was always the fun one at the dinner table on family Sunday dinners. Dana wouldn't always show it but, he loved his family and when it came to serious things, he was right there. Growing up he was a prankster. He joked with the teachers and he loved his auto class Mr. Beck. I could never get him home he spent so much time working on some car or project. It is no wonder that he grew up fixing cars and taking them apart. He loved his corvette and tearing it apart and trying to put it back together. He put thousands into it and finally gave up and put it in the shop. It came back and then went to another shop. This time it went to Guarantee Cheverolet where they put in a new engine. His dream is still there and it will soon come back home to us. World of Warcraft was another love of Dana's, he made so many friends on that internet game. They call, they write, he even met a few along his trips on the road in his 18 wheeler traveling with Patron for his company Com Trans. He loved his job and loved what he was doing. He did so much and lived to help others and make them happy. Let's remember Dana always and make someone happy in our life and do something for someone. We love you Dana and you will never be forgotten.