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March 02, 2013
May your memories of the wonderful times you shared with your loved one comfort you and your family, today and always.
March 01, 2013
I've known Dean for a lifetime. I was a clsassmate at Girard College, a live-in school. We grew up living with each other. I know of no one of better, more wholesome, quality. Hail Girard!
March 01, 2013
Dean lost his father during the depression which led to his growing up in a boy's academy. Then he survived the depravities and bitter cold of the Korean War. Despite these hardships, losses and pain Dean did not leave this world empty. Instead, he crossed over with his lifelong love of 54 years, Jane Anne, by his bedside and carried with him the deep, eternal love of her and his adoring daughter Kathy. And the world continues to receive the light from the lovely, gracious soul that is his wife Jane Anne and from an amazing, caring, beautiful woman, Kathy, his youngest child. Thank you Dean for these belssings and for letting me in your family. You have gifted me more than can be accounted. Please carry my love as well. And warm up the cards & cribbage board. We can't let our winning streak be interrupted. Godspeed.
Lenny
March 01, 2013
Dean lost his father during the depression which led to him growing up in a boy's academy. Then he survived the depravities and bitter cold of the Korean War. Despite these hardships, losses and pain Dean did not leave this world empty. Instead, he crossed over with his lifelong love of 54 years by his side and carrying the deep, eternal love of her and his adoring daughter Kathy. And the world continues to receive the light from a lovely, gracious soul, his wife Jane Ann and from an amazing, caring, beautiful woman, Kathy, his youngest child. I know these facts because I'm the lucky man married to Kathy. Thank you Dean for these blessings and for letting me into your family. Please carry my love as well. You've gifted me with more than can be accounted. And warm up the cards & cribbage board. We can't let our winning streak be interrupted. Godspeed.
Lenny

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