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Dennis J. Dorman

Roanoke Valley, Virginia

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I'm so sorry for your loss. Dennis was a great person.

Dennis was a very unique individual and great person with a very dry funny sense of humor that was his alone to claim and the reason for his many friends. Regardless of leaving Roanoke years ago, Dennis would connect like no time had passed. I can only imagine what a great father he was and how much he is missed. I know Terri was there to greet him in his passing. Both of which I was very fond of. I am truly sorry for your loss.

Dennis was a special person, who never gave up and always looked forward in life. So glad I was able to see him at the last class reunion, I really though he would beat this, but glad that now he is no longer in pain. So sad to lose a young person at heart, he will be missed but never forgotten. Margaret (Gadd) Wright Boone

I am so sad that Dennis is gone, but glad we got back intouch a few years ago. He ment the world to me. I will never forget him.

Dear Mrs. Dorman and Doug:

I am sad to hear that Dennis has passed away. Recalling all the good memories with Terry, Dennis and you too Doug on Sugar Loaf Mountain back in the 70's. I join with my brothers Barry and Jeff in sending our condolences.

Peggy, I am so sorry to hear about Dennis. Blane said he was at his shop a few weeks ago. Steve ttole me he was at the service yesterday. Dennis was part of our extended family. Our boys were close for many years. I wish I could have been there for you but I live here in NC. May HE see you through this trying time. Just know that Dennis is at peace now.

I am very sorry to hear about Dennis. My thoughts and prayers are with the Dorman family.

Doug and family, I am so sorry to hear about Dennis. You and you family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Peggy, our longtime TCF friend,
as hard as it was for you to lose your beautiful daughter, Terry, my heart is breaking to hear about the loss of your dear son, Dennis.

Joey and I are so very sad.


Dennis's Obituaries

Dennis J. Dorman, 50 of Roanoke passed away Wednesday April 3, 2013. He was the son of Peggy Dorman and the late Douglas Dorman. He was also preceded in death by his sister, Terri Dorman. He is survived by his daughters, Samantha and Danielle, and their mother, Renee, a brother, Doug Dorman...

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