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DENNIS ALFRED BIM

Boulder City, Nevada

1943 - 2020

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DENNIS ALFRED BIM Dennis Alfred Bim, age 77, of Boulder City, NV passed away on July 7, 2020 in Las Vegas, NV. He was born in Bremerton, WA on July 1, 1943 to Alfred and Hilma Bim. He married Charlene Van Winkle on June 23, 1964 in Winterhaven, CA. They moved to Boulder City in 1981 when Dennis relocated as the district supervisor for Lucky Stores now Albertsons. After retirement Dennis enjoyed his time working as a river raft pilot for Black Canyon Raft Tours, below Hoover Dam. Dennis loved to spend his time on the water boating. He was an avid photographer and loved to travel in the RV. He was very talented as a carpenter and loved woodworking. He was a member of the Boulder City Elks Lodge. Dennis is survived by his wife Charlene; two children Michelle (Rodd) Souter, Kevin (Teya) Bim; two sisters Marilyn Tucker, Sharon (Joe) Rasmussen; six grandchildren Justin Souter, Tyler Souter, Brittney Souter, Andrew Bim, Ryan Bim and Conner Bim. Services are pending. Family and friends can leave memories and condolences at www.bouldercityfamilymortuary.com

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I moved to Boulder city in a new development villa del Prado I met the Bim family becoming close with them .. Dennis was a wonderful man taking me to the lake and dirt bike riding .. very fond memories of him .. I moved away list contact .. never got to tell him what a impact he was on my life... Dennis you were a great man father roll model... God bless you may you rest in piece . My deepest sympathy to Charlene Kevin and Michele and rest of the family.. Thank you Dennis may you watch over...

So very sorry to Charlene and the family for their loss. I will miss seeing Dennis, he always came in to say "Hi" to me when they came in. May God watch over all of you in your time of need.

Im so sorry to hear about Dennis passing. He and Charlene were the nicest neighbors here in Boulder City. He always had a smile and a friendly hello every time you saw him. Our deepest sympathies go out to Charlene and family. Love and prayers ~Pat and Sharon Nash