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January 09, 2014
Our deepest sympathy to the family. May the God of all comfort gives you comfort and hope that is needed at this time.
SM
October 02, 2013
DEAN SR. I LOVED WATCHING YOU PLAY FOR THE NY KNICKS, YOU WERE ALWAYS ONE OF MY FAVORITE PLAYERS OF ALL TIME...I HAD MET YOUR SON DEAN WHEN HE WAS COVERING A STORY IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD. WHEN YOU WERE IN THE FIRE, I CONTACTED HIM TO CHECK ON HOW YOU WERE DOING. I HAVE BEEN GOING THROUGH A LOT LATELY AND I JUST FOUND OUT THAT YOU HAD PASSED AWAY. IF I HAD KNOWN I WOULD HAVE CAME TO YOUR SERVICES TO BID YOU A CORRECT FAREWELL. YOU ARE STILL ONE OF MY FAVORITE SUPERSTAR LEGENDS...YOU WILL BE MISSED...MAY YOU REST IN PARADISE!!!! LOVE FROM ONE OF YOUR OLDEST FANS JACKIE FROM HARLEM!!!
September 20, 2013
Saw Dean play in the Snakepit at Tulane University against the New Orelans Jazz and Pistol Pete Maravich when he was with the Atlanta Hawks in 1974. Ode to a simpler time. Rest in Peace.
September 08, 2013
Dean, I enjoyed watching you as a high school star who attended our basketball clinics; and later as a college All American winning NIT and NCAA championships; and later as a NY Knick choosing to wear my #7 and playing a similar role of sparkplug off the bench; and lastly becoming a NBA World Champion as I had done with the Boston Celtics. Peace be unto you my brother and God bless you. Emmette Bryant "Celtics '69", #7
September 05, 2013
You will be missed. Loved seeing you play and had aspirations to go to MArquette
September 05, 2013
Dean,
Always enjoyed your company and our avid, lengthy talks. Your smile is missed but I know welcomed by God and Soul Mates. Rest In Peace.
September 05, 2013

And the body returns to the earth from which it came, and the life breath to God who gave it. Dust we are - and to dust we shall return.

You are truly now at rest.
September 02, 2013
You looked into my eyes and saw the fire to love and inspire my players as a coach. You encouraged and supported my efforts to make my players better. You saw the absolute best of us winning a championship. You also saw the absolute worst of us losing a championship. The road trip from Baltimore, MD to Harlem, NY for the PFBL tourney with my team was awesome. I explained to my team that we had a NBA champion in our company going up. Heroes Helping Heroes won that day and we all felt like champions coming back. I thanked you for everything then. Now I eternally Thank You Forever. God Bless You Dean. Coach William Dockery, Jr.
September 02, 2013
deano---u will be missed--u will be in some great company on the other side--keeping on keeping on...carl campbell
September 02, 2013
"If an able-bodied man dies can he live again?
All the days of my compulsory service I shall wait,
Until my relief comes.
You will call, and I myself shall answer you.
For the work of your hands you will have a yearning. "

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