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Robert Bruce Danger

August 22, 1955 — November 29, 2020

Dallas, Texas

Robert Bruce Danger, Jr., age 65 passed away November 29th 2020, in Dallas, Texas from COVID -19.  Bob, as he went by was born Aug 22 ,1955 in Paw Paw, Michigan, to the Late Robert and Frances (Hamay) Danger. He is survived by his Mother Frances, Brother, Steven Danger of Michigan. Also surviving are his three children Desiree (Michael Horvath) of Michigan, Baligh (Josh Wilkins) and Robert B. Danger III of Texas.
Bob grew up in Paw Paw until graduation in 1974. After graduation he joined the USMC and moved to California. After his oldest daughter was born he moved back to Michigan until he relocated to Texas. That’s where he started his life working as a bike courier and at a local Harley Davison store until he retired. While in Texas he had Baligh and Bobby.
Bob loved Harley Davison motorcycles. Whether it be racing them, riding or fixing them, they were a part of him.
However, the one thing he loved more than bikes were his children. He wanted nothing but the best for them and loved them till his last day on earth. Family was important to Bob, he would always come to Michigan yearly to visit his Mother and Brother. Bob was the kind of person once you met you never forgot.

He is preceded in death by his Father Robert B. Danger. Cremation has taken place and a private burial will take place in Michigan at a later date. In lieu of flowers, there has been a Go Fund Me set up to help with the cost of the funeral and fund set up for his youngest son.  You can access the fund by copying the link below or by visiting an Honor Credit Union.

Fundraiser by Desiree Danger : Robert B Danger Jr funeral fund (

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