Dennis Stephen Porr

-, Tennessee

Age 67


-, Tennessee


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Dennis Stephen Porr- - Dennis Stephen Porr ("Denny"), 67, passed away peacefully at his home on November 9, 2018. He was the loving husband of Kim Ervin. Denny and Kim shared 25 years of marriage together.Denny is survived by his wife Kim, daughter Amy Olsson (Micah), son Matt Porr, grandchildren...

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On finding this obituary, I am stunned. Denny was my roommate at the College of Wooster and as I have always told people, maybe one of the most perfect individuals I have ever met. Intelligent, hard working, athletic, good looking, and a great person just to be around, that was Denny. Being the youngest in his family, he got those traits from his Father, Mother, and two brothers, who I got the pleasure of meeting. My condolences go out to his entire family.

We shared many great memories with Denny, general manager of the Michigan Athletic Club, in Lansing, MI at its grand opening and working along side him for many years. Reading about his involvement at his church in Nashville and in mission trips; we find comfort in knowing angels lifted him up into God's glorious Kingdom where he will live in eternity. In Heart-felt Sympathy to Denny's Family,
Paula and Carl Porter 6/13/2019

It was such a pleasure to be able to help in his care. Thanks for the treats. What a blessing he was. Sending lots of prayers to you Kim

I was Denny's backup quarterback until the Dalton game where he injured his back. He was truly a great human being and I will miss him and his brilliant smile. What a role model... on the field and off.

May his memory be eternal ! Our High school tri captain and fine friend....

I am so sad to see that Denny passed away. I worked for him and worked out because him at The Arizona Athletic Club in circa 1979 and he was a friend. He is absolutely responsible for the start of my lifelong love for running. I was thinking of him...Googled him, and am greatly saddened that he has passed. He is in heaven with his brother Larry, now, for whom I also had great affection ❤❤ Nancy Ratti Schneider, Phoenix, AZ

I will always remember Denny's special smile and his unwavering devotion and love for his sweet and adoring wife Kim.
He will be missed by everyone who knew him.

Denny was one of the kindest people I've ever known. He was always so giving of his time and helped so many of us lucky enough to be around him. I worked with him for several years at Saint Thomas. My thoughts are with his family now.