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Marilyn and family, we are so sorry to read about Dennis, we have been out of town and didn't see this until today. Dennis was a square shooter and good guy. I remember giving him a hard time about retiring so young, and he said he wanted to enjoy life on the farm. I hope he did enjoy his time and little did we know it would be cut so short. Our thoughts and prayers for all of you.
Dennis was my boss at Graphic Printing & Designs in my first job out of college and I learned a lot while working there. The Albright family has my sympathy!
I am sorry for your loss. I knew Dennis through the Mark Twain PTO and Iowa City Girls Softball. Dennis was a great supporter of both of these programs. He was easy to work with and went out of his way to have our shirts done when needed. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Julie & Rick Pelechek
I was Dennis' classmate from junior high through high school. He had a completely infectious grin and a zany sense of humor. To this day, I remember (verbatim!) Dennis' parody of our American Studies teacher at South East Junior High, Dick Bristol, that left me on the floor then and still evokes a grin now. Condolences to the family, with the consolation that I'll always remember Dennis. -- Toby Dvoretzky (Sugar Land, TX) -- toban.77014 [at] Windstream [dot] net
Carolyn; Marilyn & Liz - Condolences to you on Dennis' untimely death. Much too young. From all the Stockmans, including Dennis' favorite workers Kristin & Scot, our sympathies. Unfortunately Heather & I will out of town & unable to attend his services. Our apologies.
Tom, Heather, Kristin & Scotg
I am so very sorry to hear about your loss. So unexpected. I hope the wonderful memories you hold dear help you through this most difficult time. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.
Dennis I'm still in shock! I just spoke with you on Monday and you were telling me about your elbow. We have been through a lot together fireworks at the house, Bus rides to NHRA races, Pumpkin shoots, watching the Daytona races at our house, bon fires at your place, cleaning the chickens, you were there for me when David died, etc. I have so many memories. You had a huge heart but when the drink was flowing you could get kind of feisty and you loved talking politics. Oh and your jokes that would just make me roll my eyes. I will miss our special see you later handshake or your exiting lines like "I don't know but I've been told ..." (I won't finish it but those who knew you well will know it). You will be dearly missed my friend! I will see you one last time for one more see you later handshake! R.I.P. ♥