Daniel Edward Ermoian, beloved husband, father, grandfather, uncle, and friend passed away peacefully at home on August 9, 2022. He is survived by his wife of 45 years Deborah; son Matthew (Jennifer); daughter Megan Duty; six grandchildren Lauren, Bella, Esmé, Madeleine, Maverick and Ellie; and his extended family.
Daniel was with Southwest Gas Corporation for 28 years, until his retirement in 2010. He greatly enjoyed retirement and the friends made in his community.
Dan did not want his family and friends to gather in sadness, but instead asked for celebration in memories. You are encouraged to post your own memories of Daniel for family and friends to share on the Daniel Ermoian Memorial. Memories posted on the site before September 1 will be printed in the family’s memorial book.
Daniel will be cherished and carried in the hearts and minds of everyone he loved throughout his amazing life. Though he has parted his earthly body, his legacy will continue to live through the memories, stories, laughter, and love of family and friends.
Donations honoring Daniel’s memory can be made to Hospice of the Valley who were instrumental in providing comfort and support to Daniel and family.
Sending comfort and healing prayers during this difficult time.
May his soul rest in peace.
My thoughts and prayers go out to the family. I knew Dan from SWG, he was always great to work with. Over the last 6 months I had several short conversations with him on Messenger. It was great to be able chat and catch up. He will be missed..
My most sincere condolences to the whole Ermoian family.
Debbie – Kelly and I are thinking of you. If there is anything we can do, please tell us know. We are keeping you and the family in our thoughts and hearts. Sending you hugs, Amy
I just heard the news. My deepest condolences and sympathies to you.
May God bless you and your family. I shall pray for you.
Dan & I worked together for 20 years. He was always there for me, especially when I had my own medical situation. When I came back to work he could tell I wasn’t 100%. While out in the field he told me to sit down that he had this covered & to take it easy. When I needed his wisdom from a computer problem or lending hand replacing my water heater or water line. Terri & I enjoyed our time with him & Debbie going to concerts, dinners & Flagstaff. He will be greatly missed. Rest in peace Danno.
P.S I’m glad I was able to wish you Happy Birthday (even though I was a month early). Going to miss you Danno!