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December 15, 2014
October 6, 2014
Den, I miss you so much.
August 23, 2014
I knew Dennis as he was Don's brother. Don and I were good friends and I was there when Dennis returned home from the war. I was shocked to hear that both are now gone.
My prayers to all they have left behind.
I would like to know what happened with Don. Any information would be greatly appreciated. Chris Kennedy ckennedy53@yahoo.com
June 17, 2014
Dennis and I began our friendship as freshmen @ CLCHS. We weren't the cool guys, but with our buddies Lars Olson, Pat O'Grady, Jim Fiala and a few others, we had some great times. Growing up and experiencing life in the rural midwest. As we graduated HS, the Viet Nam conflict was raging. Dennis joined the Army, trained at Fort Benning Ga. and went to war. He was severely injured and returned to Crystal Lake. Caught in dead end jobs I talked him into to joining me in California where we worked for a start up company in the music industry. After several years Dennis left the music company and went to work for a start-up construction equipment company. He did very well there and (I think) spent the rest of his working life with that company.
Dennis and I lost touch after he left the music business. I tried countless times to reestablish contact but he did not seem interested. . .
I have and will miss him. I loved him very much. A dear friend.
My condolences to his wife and children who I would love to have known.
Peace.
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