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November 13, 2019

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November 9, 2019
So very sorry for your loss, Debbie. We had many fun visits with you both at Olsons. Always kind and fun-loving with his quiet humor. He will be missed. Holding you and your family in our hearts and our prayers. Larry and Muffy Sinclair
November 8, 2019
Best wishes to the Smagacz family.

Tom Wojcik Tuley 67
November 7, 2019
Such fond memories of your affection for Cathy and Marty. We hold you in our thoughts and prayers.Carmel Rita and Ed Moore
November 7, 2019
Dennis and I became friends in the late 70's at Allstate, programming a new HR system that seemed to take forever. We shared many Denny's Grand Slam breakfasts and a couple pitchers at Boondocks while building that system, which may have contributed to it's timeliness. He was a heckuva softball player, he loved to talk finances, and always had an upbeat attitude. When golf took precedence over softball, we started annual golf trips to Florida, at times leaving our spouses to deal with major snowstorms. I'll always cherish the time he sprained a finger playing basketball prior to a trip, and was forced to golf with his finger wrapped. After several days on the course, his pain must have subsided, because he proceeded to wrap the wrong finger for the next round. We shared a lot of great moments during those trips, and you could always count on Dennis to be easy going, fun-loving (doing a duet karaoke at the bar), and a pleasure to be with. I will dearly miss him, his wolfish grin, his competitiveness, and countless moments at work and play. Kathy and I send our deepest sympathies to Debbie and their children and grandchildren.
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