He and his family were some of our first
friends when we moved to Amador County 25 years ago. He was his own man, making his own way. He will be missed. Our sincere sympathy for his family and friends. John and Marie Mort
Dennis was my brother and my only sibling. He was the funniest and one of the smartest people I ever knew. His voracious reading was incredible. I was so envious of his practical knowledge and his expertise with tools. Rest in peace brother Dennis. The world was enriched by your presence therein.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Having Dennis as a friend for 36+ years most definitely made my life better!
You were an amazing mentor to me. Without your support and patience, I would have never lived my dream as a firefighter/emt. You will be forever missed, always remembered, and watching over your brothers and sisters! Lots of love to your family.
We miss you Dennis. A & M
I met you at the casino when your daughter and I use to have breakfast up there. You are a very nice and kind man, Raised a very sweet and caring daughter.
One of the best, most unique guys I ever had the pleasure, no, honor to serve with. He was one of the first to welcome me to West Point station almost exactly 15 years ago. Seems like yesterday he wandered into the office, introduced himself and immediately told me a joke... see there was this guy who was selling a talking dog, this dog had been all over the world, at the feet of dictators, in the company of spies, on the red carpet with the top stars, he had a million amazing stories to tell this dog did... oh, hell, never mind, I could never tell a joke like Dennis... or run a fire station. I had the good fortune to work opposite Dennis at Arnold Station in 2006 & 7. The best partner I ever had, and I've had a few in my day let me tell ya. The guy was the best! THANKS Dennis!! I will not forget. TCU will not forget. Rest In Peace.
This is from your Daugh Daugh and your little bug Gage ..... We Love You DADA!!!!