Condolence: Deepest sympathies and thoughts go out to you and your family. Dennis was a great man and great friend. And I loved him very much. My heart goes out to you. If there's anything I can do for you, call me anytime.
Condolence: From Bonnie & Skip Cable, 1420 Torrey Pines Drive, The Villages, Florida 32159. Debbie, we send our deepest condolances. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time in your life. We only wish we could be there to console you personally. Our sincere love and devotion. Skip & Bonnie Cable
A couple of years ago, I had the pleasure of having Dennis as a student in two of my Criminal Justice classes at Naugatuck Valley Community College. Not only was he an exemplary student, he was a fantastic person. I looked forward every week to our discussions either before, during, or after class. His contributions made my classes better for his fellow students. I wish I had more people like Dennis in my classes every semester. I was deeply saddened by the news of his passing, and my thoughts and sympathy go out to his family at this very difficult time.
Condolence: I am so proud of your family for being at your side at this tragic time. But you are always there for them so what goes around comes around. Stay strong my little flower girl. You are so fortunate to have our Lord on your side. I love you.
Condolence: Words seem inadequate to express the sadness we are feeling. Dennis was truly a remarkable man. We enjoyed spending time with him at his restaurant, bonfires, and local watering holes over the years, but what stands out in my mind is the first time I met Dennis. My husband Pat and I were first dating, and, by this time, Pat and Dennis had known each other for many years. Dennis had kind and wonderful things to say about Pat, referring to him as a “White Knight”, and painting a wonderful picture of him to me. Since that day we’ve privately referred to Dennis as our Guardian Angel who helped cement our lives together. That’s how profound of an effect Dennis has had on us. Dennis was larger than life, a true Renaissance man, and we will hold his memory in our hearts forever.
Condolence: Very sorry to hear about this tragedy. Dennis was a wonderfully intelligent gentleman .Lots of nice memories....he almost developed the land at Newtown Sand and Gravel up until the day I heard the town was changing the zoning.
I was looking forward to seeing him this summer so he could share with my husband Bill his stories about Woodstock...Bill was also there...Dennis was so proud of that youthful memory.. Rest in Peace My Friend..., Say Hello to Donnie up in Heaven for me... Laura
Condolence: Uncle Dennis was an unforgettable character. I'll always remember him floating on his back in the ocean during some family trip, looking to my childish eye like a big white otter wearing sunglasses. He was a great combination of serious and silly. I wish I could have known him better as an adult. I'm so sorry for your loss.