Dennis R. Dick

St. Paul, Minnesota


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Dick, Dennis R. of White Bear Lake Age 72 Passed away peacefully Feb. 8, 2008. Preceded in death by parents, 3 brothers Bill, Jerry, Jim and nephew Tim. Survived by brother Chuck and sister Deanna; also many nieces & nephews. Denny was loved by many and will be greatly missed by his family...

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I cannot believe it has been almost three months since Denny has left us. I wish him a Happy Birthday today I hope they have Pecan Pie where he is at. It has been difficult with Denny gone; we met at least once a week for over twenty-three years for coffee and I still catch myself picking up the phone at noon on Sundays to call him to see what time is good for coffee. Happy Birthday Denny put a good word in for me up there.

to the denny dick family. my deepest sympathys go out to the family. me and my 2 brothers paul and r.t. worked with denny at sps office products in the late 80s and early 90s what a special person he was. there was a time where me and paul played a prank on denny. he had a wooden turtle on his desk and we turtlenapped it. we played it to the hilt. ransom note, toy gun and everything. we put the note on his desk, along with a squirt gun, but the gunleaked water on his calculator and ruined it....

To Chuck and Deanna,
Sorry to read about Dennis. We haven't seen him for many years yet our memories of him are fresh. We're in Florida for a few weeks now or we'd show up in person. Without the Internet we'd never have heard.
Our sympathy to you both.

I was sorry to hear of your loss, the thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow. We met Dennis up at Hillcrest Campground in Lindstrom, we had many laughs together, what a wonderful person he was, our prayers are with all of you.

To the family of Denny Dick:

I am so sorry for your loss, my dad ate dinner each night with Denny at Cerenety Care, he always had a big smile on his face, and was a very kind man. He will be missed by everyone at Cerenety Care, especially my dad, Arnold Silbaugh.
God Bless.

I worked with Dennis at Cardozos furniture store in downtown St. Paul in the 70's and remember when he was made our Sales Manager. I'm not sure that he enjoyed the promotion...we had a cast of characters that could have been featured in a comedy. Dennis had a subtle, quick wit that got his point across when necessary. His family might remember him talking about Sully, Mac, Modj and others...or maybe he preferred to forget about it when he went home. Dennis was always poised and quiet and I...

Deanna, I was very sorry to read about Dennis' death. I remember buying my very first apartment furniture from him in 1970. (I still have a couple pieces.)I know he will be missed by you, your family and his friends. God rest his soul.

To my dearest family, some things I'd like to say...
but first of all, to let you know, that I arrived okay.
I'm writing this from heaven. Here I dwell with God above.
Here, there's no more tears of sadness; here is just eternal love.

Please do not be unhappy just because I'm out of sight.
Remember that I'm with you every morning, noon and night.
That day I had to leave you when my life on earth was through,
God picked me up and hugged me and He said,...

As a child I remember Uncle Dennis
at the pool table downstairs on Monn Avenue, the Purple Martin house he kept in the back yard, and the way he kept the house neatly trimmed and landscaped. Most of all, I remember him as being a nice and generous Uncle who always took time to ask how I was doing, and he was always good for a laugh or too. He will be missed.