Dennis Seitz

Louisville, Kentucky

Feb 21, 1947 – Oct 5, 2017 (Age 70)


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Seitz, Dennis,70, beloved husband, father and friend, passed away peacefully on Thursday, October 5, 2017 at his home in Louisville, KY. He is survived by his wife Theresa, children Mia and Jason, and four grandchildren.Dennis was a graduate of Fern Creek High School ('65). He was a life-long...

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You and your family are close in my thoughts. I'm so sorry for your loss. Please call if there is anything you need.

I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that I'm thinking of you. If there's anything you need, let me know.

AJ Steele

Dennis , one of the finest human beings ever known. His existence truly has made the world a better place... his brilliant construction and human kindness. Dennis and Terry have been an exemplary couple with their love, compatibility etc...true soul mates. My deepest sympathy to all of his family and friends...

One of the greatest things about being friends with Vicky and John Booth was the privilege of meeting and becoming friends with Terry and Dennis Seitz. Dennis was one of a kind -- completely genuine, from looking you square in the eye when he met you and shook your hand to his gentle but razor sharp wit. There are hilarious Dennis stories I still tell today from almost 20 years ago and will repeat for all of my days. He was a warm and loving family man and if you were lucky enough to be...

My sincerest condolences and sympathies to the entire family. Dennis was many things to me over the years; Employer and boss, mentor, father figure, but most importantly he was my friend. I will miss him dearly.

I'll miss seeing you at Lowe's, old friend, that's where we seemed to get caught up with our past. May god bless you and your family in the days ahead. You will be missed but not forgotten.

Dennis and I played together as kids, and worked with each other as adults. I was always amazed at his ability to build anything he was asked to build. He always had a smile on his face when he would come in the hardware store and share stories about his family and friends. My prayers are with Terry and family during these difficult times. Dennis always made time for others, he was a true friend to me , I will miss him.

Denny Stomberger

Dennis was like a brother to me. I learned a lot of practical skills from him, and worked as a painter for him during my college days in Lexington (he said I was the slowest painter in the world). In recent years, Angi and I so enjoyed the too infrequent meals, pinochle games and drives with Dennis and my sweet sister, Terry. He is still in my heart, but he will be missed. Peace, brother!