I am Ben and Myrtle Sherbahn's daughter, Beth: I remember us (family)visiting Uncle Dean in the summer of 1976 or 1978 sitting in his backyard together in the cool shade, just after picking apricots, and thinking to myself "these are the best apricots I have ever ate." I am so thankful for the happy times shared with family, what a blessing.
Hello family, i am Susan, daughter of Donald, Uncle Deans brother. Dad and i were talking about Uncle Dean the other day. Everthing my father said about Uncle Dean was positive. Uncle Dean loved his wife, he loved his daughters, he loved his family and friends. In my fathers mind he had the perfect marrage. Uncle Dean was kind, funny, giving and happy, and i will agree with my father . Uncle Dean was a perfect example of what a Godly man is suppose to be. Dad and i have been blessed to have been a part in Uncle Deans life here on earth, and will be reunited with him again in Heaven! Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends . May God comfort you with his love.
Uncle Dean, I wish I could have been able to see you and talk with you before passing ,but I will never forget the times spent at your place when we were there on vacation from Alaska.
I am Keren (Sherbahn) Turner. My dad Ben was a brother to Dean. It has been many years since I last saw Uncle Dean, I believe the last time was around 1996 at a family reunion. I have many fond memories of going to Uncle Deans house in the summer when we would go and visit Grandma Sherbahn. I remember playing in Uncle Dean's back yard and he would always give us flats of fresh apricots. I remember him telling us jokes and silly stories. I am thankful for the precious memories and I enjoyed looking at the pictures, he reminds me so much of my dear dad. I offer my sincere sympathy to the family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.
I'm Alan Craig and worked for about 14 years with Dean. He was a pleasure to work with. My condolences to his family. Dean was always a gentleman and will be missed. Alan