What can one say at a time like this?
The loss is overwhelming. Uncle Dennis is someone I am enormously proud to have been family with. The Andersons and the extended family will continue to be in my heart and mind and prayers forever.
While sitting here at my computer this morning, I glanced at my coffee cup and Dennis came to mind and I had to chuckle about the story of how he would lose track of things. I have come to the conclusion that he really did not have a choice in the matter...he is an Anderson. I have the same "where is my _____" disease. It comes with the Anderson genes. We are just stuck with it. So, my day will start with a smile when I glance at my coffee cup and think of Dennis.
Love you guys and think of you often. Hugs to you all and please give Aunt Alice a hug from me the next time you see her.
I have never attended a more beautiful memorial. I didn't know Dennis's middle name was after my dad. Aunt Aggie told me. Never will I forget the wonderful time Nadean, Denise and I had with you and Dennis at your lovely home last summer.
Anderson Family; Hello Alice, What memories come back, when Edwin was born and we lived next to you. It was so good to run into you again when we visited Marge Ross. My prayers are for comfort and peace as you process the good memories. Love, Beverley Hathaway,Bernard-Looking Down
Thank you Dennis for being a great mentor,friend,host,and loving person. I am so happy you got the chance to meet my little Rowan. I will miss you the most when I think all the times I'd be running in darrington and you slowing down along side me to cheer me on or ask if I need a ride. Love you much.