It was a great privilage to work with Pat and Barney for the many years that I did. To hear the stories of their wonderful lives that they lived day after day was such a great pleasure. The stories Pat would tell of his early years of college and how he would have to drain his radiator at night so it wouldnt freeze and how he had tractor tires on his car when he was so poor working at a gas station. The stories of his responsibilites in the service an how it was all done by hand back then. How amazing that was to me. He would speak of each and everyone of his children often and how each one of you were very different. He would speak of you Karen so lovingly. He would talk about how he would buy you clothes all the time but you would have your favorites, He told me about a you needing a pair of shoes one time maybe it was golf shoes and then you went in the closet and found a brand new pair in the box. He would tell me about jewlery he was getting made for you or your trips to Niagra or the Amish country. In the early years the trips down to Florida and I would think Oh my how can he handle that great big motor home!? He loved you so... I know my words can't ease any of your pain but I know he had a great go and he always said "Kim none of us get our of this alive" I learned so much from him and Barney including how to close out whats going on in a room (oh how they would argue). He was a great teacher, boss, and friend to me for many years and he will live on in my heart for years to come.
Pat helped the company I work for with advertising and promotion. He was my account manager before he retired. He worked hard to meet our needs, and on a personal side was very friendly and fun to work with. I always enjoyed his stories of boating and family. My sincere regrets to the Dennison family.
Marlene Hallack, Towlift, Inc.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Denny and I had the privilege of meeting Pat 20 yrs. ago when he owned a condo at The Harbour in Sandusky. We have become great friends with his sons, Mark, Harry, & their wives. We cannot say enough about the Dennisons....what fine, loyal & honest people that they are. We can only offer our deepest sympathy for the family at this time of sorrow. May you find some comfort in knowing that your friends at The Harbour are thinking of your family in your hours of grief, and please know that we are all sending our caring thoughts and wishes.
May your family find comfort in the days ahead. Our prayers go out to everyone within your family.
Deb & Chuck Escalante
To the Dennison Family, I had the privilege of working with and knowing Pat early in my career in the printing business. He was always a gentleman. My condolences to your family.
Although Pat will be missed, in the days ahead may you find comfort in family and friends, strength in comforting one another and peace knowing that the God of comfort cares for you
I am so very sorry for your loss. Jonathan's courageous act and outstanding love for his son will never be forgotten. Pray to God for comfort and strength to endure.
Psalms 145: 18,19
Karen and family,
We are so sorry for your loss. We enjoyed visiting with Pat so much when he came into the shop. Words can not express how much he has touched our lives. He was a dear sweet gentleman and also a wise business person. Our deepest sympathy to you at this time.