“I met Dean 20 years ago when I started cutting his hair. I so enjoyed our monthly visits. He was one of my first clients and a valued friend. He is truly missed.
“Dean: Our two dads (brothers) each had one son--you in May 74 years ago--and me in September. We were definitely brothers in so many fantastic ways. We had so much fun stamp collecting, competing in everything. I will miss our long-distance phone calls. I'll remember our wonderful childhood secrets. I love you forever. Clinton E. Flowers. 149 Plantation Drive, Easley, SC
“My wonderful older cousin who was like my brother growing up in Roanoke, VA. What fun we had years ago. I love you. You will not be forgotten. Rev. Clinton Flowers 149 Plantation Dr. Easley, SC 29642
“Dean's departure from our neighborhood has left a hole in our hearts, especially our neighborhood kitties. We all enjoyed his daily walks and his stories, and uplifting spirit. He talked happily about California and how he liked it there. Perhaps now he is watching the beautiful sunsets over the Pacific Ocean in the company of friends. We will miss him dearly here.
Kathy and KC Kitty.
“It is a sad day in the neighborhood. Our deepest sympathies to his family and friends.
“To All of Dean's Family, He will be missed by all of his friends from WBHS. Prayers to all of his family and friends. We are all so glad his pain and suffering are over. RIP, Dean.
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Talmadge Dean Flowers, 74, formerly of Roanoke, passed away Wednesday, September 18, 2013, in Washington, D.C. He retired from the Library of Congress. Survivors include nieces, nephews and cousins. Memorials may be made to Roanoke Valley SPCA, P.O. Box 11863, Roanoke, VA 24022. A graveside...Read More