“They say people come into your life for a reason. You came into mine 10yrs ago,we shared some good times and some sad times. We both lost some good friends and family, together we made it. You were such a strong man, when you first got congestive heart failure, 7 yrs ago, you took control of your life and made sure you were doing the right things to continue living. I was so proud of you. I knew you would make it this time, and I am just now excepting that you are gone. We had some great...
“I went to your favorite spot on the beach today and laid a rose and watched the waves take it out to sea just like you asked. Gone but never forgotten.
“My love and condolences go out to Marsha and Dino's family. Dino was always a sweet gentleman. Always treated me with respect and caring. Know that he is warm, free of discomfort and loved in the loving arms of the Lord. Rest in peace Dino
“So sorry to hear of your loss. Your family is in our thoughts and prayers. May God give you strength during this difficult time.
“I have known Dino since he was my boss at the VA many years ago. We became good friends and we knew we could cry on one another's shoulder and we did plenty of that. Nat and I loved you like a brother. I know your in a better place now free of sickness. Your service today was great. I'm sure you were looking down on us. Love always
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Dino Tinsley, 57 of Roanoke departed this life on Wed. July 3, 2013. He was born in Roanoke on March 16, 1956 to the late Eugene Morris Tinsley and Faye Tinsley. After completing his education, he enlisted in the US Army and received an honorable discharge. Dino was an active member of Loudon...Read More