of Madison, MS
March 21, 1957 - August 1, 2022
To have known Daniel Webster Felton is to have known love. If you were his family, friend, colleague, customer or anyone else who crossed his path, you know as we do that, he loved you. You also know how revivifying it was to commune with someone of such impeccable character, unimpeachable honesty and boundless energy. The example he set through the standards to which he held himself encourages us all to be better than we are and restores our faith when it is lacking.Danny was born on March 21, 1957 in Little Rock. He started sprinting shortly thereafter and never stopped. Growing up in a family with five kids, he became self-sufficient at an uncommonly young age, as he had places to be and no time to wait. He bought his first motorcycle at 15 and taught himself how to ride. He developed a fierce independence, one of his most defining traits, in school at Little Rock Central, where he met Becky, the love of his life. They bought their first house after graduation and soon started their family.He was a self-made jack of all trades. After the birth of his son, he repurposed his mechanical aptitude, developed by assembling motorcycles throughout high school, and the university business classes he had taken into a career engineering and selling commercial trucks. He demonstrated how far doing the right thing can take you in business. To customers, he was much more than a trustworthy salesman and painstakingly careful engineer- he was a dear friend.Busy career notwithstanding, Danny was an ever-present father and husband. He attended every award ceremony, graduation and recital and coached baseball and basketball teams, all while keeping his home in flawless order. He was an unwavering companion to Becky, whom he loved as much on their 44th anniversary as he did on their first. He was a gentle and dutiful son to both his father and mother up to their passing, and he cherished his close bonds with each of his brothers and sisters. He was a competitive runner until, in mid-life, he swapped his sneakers for skis, a treasured hobby thereafter. As his kids matured, he remained a fixture in their lives, frequently crossing the country to visit his daughters and the world to visit his son.Danny found great comfort in an unshakeable faith in God, which he embodied every day. Although he died on August 1, 2022, his legacy lives on through the innumerable lives he touched, particularly his wife Rebecca Lyn Felton, née Skipworth, son Christian Webster Felton, two daughters Victoria Marie Felton Forman (husband David Forman) and Olivia Ann Preston (husband Julian Preston), and four grandchildren Emmett Donavon Forman, Holden Alexander Forman, Judah Daniel Preston and Norah Clair Preston. He was preceded in death by his father James Webster Felton and mother Wilma Frances Ammons.Visitation will be held in Little Rock from 6-8 pm, Friday, August 12, 2022, in the Garden Room of Roller Chenal Funeral Home. A Funeral service will follow at 1 pm, Saturday, August 13th at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 310 W 17th Street.
Just found out about this and truly hurt and saddened. Danny was a great mentor and friend while I worked with him at Empire Truck. Thoughts and prayers for his family and may God bless you all.
daniel webster felton with the nickname danny was my grandfather and another dad too me i loved him so much and i remember when i would go outside and play baseball with him those were the best times right now i am 9 years old while writing this i want too make a song about him i might do that but i loved him so much and will always remember him and the rest of my family is in my thoughts he changed my perspective of life i will always love you papa :)
Danny was such a kind young man when we were classmates at Central. I'm not surprised that he carried that throughout his life and was a godly man. My prayers for his family.
I remember him from Dunbar as well as Central. I believe that I saw him at the VA Hospital as well. Rest In Peace Sir.
Sorry for your lost, praying for you and your family. He was a good friend in school
Uncle Danny was such a warm character in my childhood. My condolences to Becky, Christian, Victoria, and Olivia.
So sorry for the loss of Danny. Your family is in our prayers.
I wish everyone could grow up with a friend like Danny. For those of us who did, he will always have a place in our heart. My prayers to Becky and the Felton family.
Your family has been in my thoughts every day, and my heart goes out to you during this most difficult time. You have my deepest sympathy, and I’m so sorry you’re going through this.Wishing you peace, comfort, courage and much love at this time of sorrow. Sending healing prayers and comforting hugs.
Denise and family, I am so sorry for your loss. I did not get to meet Danny but I have loved reading the wonderful stories Denise has posted. I hope each of those precious moments together will comfort your family in the days ahead. I am surrounding you all with prayers for comfort and peace.
Danny and I was real good friends in our younger days. My prayers for Becky and their Children and all family and friends.
Our condolences to Becky and all . We have you in our thoughts, prayers and heart. Words cannot express our sorrow for your family.
My condolences to Becky and children, as well as other Felton family members. I last visited with Danny at the 2016 LRCHS Reunion. I know he will be missed greatly, but leaves wonderful memories for family and friends.
I knew Danny when we were kids but never had the pleasure of knowing the wonderful man he became. My prayers are with you.
Our condolences and prayers for Becky and family. Our hearts go out to you .
May God bless your family in these times of grief. Danny was a blessing to me and always enjoyed our visits. I am grateful for getting to know him and pray for his family that they will become stronger in Christ during these trialsGod Bless
So very sorry for your loss. My love and prayers for the family.
To Becky and all family my sincere sorrow for your loss of wonderful husband, son and dad and faithful servant of Christ Jesus .Sherry chastai.
Uncle Danny was the best. Prayers for the entire family. Sending all my condolences.Regards,David Chastain
I worked with Danny and he was not only a coworker but a friend. I am going to miss our long talks. He will be missed dearly
Working with Danny was a great pleasure. The daily conversations we had were funny and enlightening. He took care of his customers and helped anyone he could. I will always consider him a true Friend.He. WILL be missedPrayers for his Family during this difficult time.RIP Danny
Danny will truly be missed by all who knew him. He was always there for you when you needed a helping hand. May you rest in peace Danny.
Danny was such a sweet man. I always enjoyed visiting with him and Becky when they came to Enid to visit. He will be dearly missed by all that knew him. My prayers and condolences to Becky and all of Danny’s family.
I have not seen Danny in many years but always considered him as a good friend. He was one of the “good guys.”
Prayers for the family Danny will be missed .
I’m sad that I never got to meet Danny but I feel like I knew him through his son, Christian, who is one of my best friends. My thoughts are with the Felton family at this difficult time.
We are so sad for this tragic loss in our family. May we all find peace and comfort in knowing that Danny is another Guardian Angel in Heaven.🙏🏻💕
What an amazing man! I am so terribly sorry for such a tragic loss. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers.
Your loss is our loss, as family we cry with you and pray with you.
Lots of childhood memories of Danny when the Feltons came to Enid once a year to visit Grandparents for a couple weeks. All the mischief we got into!Danny never forgot those days and often stopped to visit and reminisce on his way to and from snow skiing. A terrible loss of a dear loved one.
I’m so sorry I never had the pleasure of meeting Danny Felton but I sure love his daughter, Olivia and his son-in-law, Julian who is special to me and 2 of his grandchildren, Judah and Norah.
Praying for your family during this tough time.
The world was a better place because of Danny Felton, and that’s a legacy we all hope to leave. He was a mentor and friend, that was always willing to share his wealth of knowledge anytime that I needed him. To his family and friends bearing this difficult loss:May the peace of God, which transcends all understanding, guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. (Phil 4:7).
Sending thoughts and prayers to our beautiful family. Love you all. 💜
My deepest sympathy to you Becky and your family. I’m so sorry for your lost. Danny was a wonderful guy, so glad we got to know him with the Skipworth’s family. 😢🙏🏻
My thoughts and prayers go out to all the family. Danny was not only my truck guy he was my friend. He made a positive difference in many of our lives.
Words cannot express the sorrow and sadness we feel at the loss of Danny . Please accept our condolences and know that we are thinking of you …( Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. Love leaves a memory no one can steal )….Richard Puz…. Love You Aunt Janice
I’m sorry for the loss of Danny! Please know that I’m praying God’s arms of comfort be around each of you! Love, susan
My deepest condolences to the Felton family, you are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Victoria,You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.I hope you can find solice in the memory of your father's love and caring.I am so sorry this happened. I am so sorry for your loss.K.J.
God’s blessings on your family today and the days to follow He was a great person
My heartfelt sympathy for your family. You are and will remain in my prayers. Cindy Rowlan 🙏
You all are in our prayers. Precious soul gone too soon. Love to everyone!
so sorry for your loss are prayers are with you
Danny was a great person and freind. Always there to lend a helping hand & to help solve problems for his customers. You will be missed.
Wishing you comfort and peace in the days ahead.
Danny for a true friend. He called me in May just to talk, no truck talk. We both had stomach trouble about the same time. Even tho I have retired I miss eating with him and our regular talks about family. Just wanted you to know how much he loved his family. Kenneth Burns
I worked with Danny at Empire for his whole career with us. Danny embodied honesty and integrity always. We also shared ideas, laughs, and friendship. Danny surely will be missed and I will pray for the Felton Family as they go through their grief. I know he is in Heaven looking for his next adventure!God Bless!
Prayers to the family!He will be dearly missed!