Our sympathy and support to you as we all move forward without Dean. We are greatful for having Dean in our lives for almost thirty years. He was a wonderful person who touched many lives in a most positive way.
Rest in peace Dean.
Mel Myers (classmate of Dean's sister, Lucille)
Uncle Dean was a great uncle with quite a sense of humor. When I was old enough to say these words, he taught me to say, "I am a ubiquitous and gregarious person and I demonstrate perspicacity in all that I do." :)
I remember your gardening and wonderful meals when we visited. You both were very kind.
I still have the letter that you both wrote to me when I was baptized. It is in a special scrapbook.
I appreciate the way you both included my input as a young child when Grandma was considering the move to Montgomery to retire.
I remember our visit when you lived in Houston, too. We went to the Astrodome and had a great lunch.
He also helped a great deal in my genealogy research providing a good deal of material describing family life.
Thank you for your loving cards, letters and hospitality.
Uncle Dean will be fondly remembered.
As a classmate of his sister, Lucille, I would like to express my condolences
to the entire family.
William J. Bogard, M.D.
I will miss our conversations about economics and Texas A&M. You are the reason I chose to attend TAMU.