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November 22, 2019

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November 20, 2019
Being one of a group of Gin Rummy players from
Lomas Santa Fe C C in Solana Beach Ca. , I miss Dennis a lot. All of the group does. With that devilish
smile and quick wit, he was the best. The best even when he constantly took our money.
Henry Haap the biggest loser.
November 6, 2019
Both Dennis and Sheila were consummate hosts. Visiting them was always fun. When we visited them in New England they made sure we were introduced to lobster. It has been a treat for me ever since but it has never tasted quite as good as the lobster Dennis introduced us to in Connecticut.
November 3, 2019
Dennis was a wonderful supportive friend. Ill always miss his wit! He surely loved his family as do I. God bless you all !
November 1, 2019
Thanks Dennis for making a big mark in my life. Had the absolute pleasure to work with DMC for 13 Years. He always ask about my kids, I will never forget that. After he retired we met monthly to talk about various things, but he was always asking about our former employees. I wish he was able to open up about his wellbeing. RIP Dennis
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