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MEMORIES OF DENNIS
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My fondest memories are when we were children. Our Uncle Carl's family visited us on the farm between Mahnomen and Fosston. We kids (there were 9 in my family) explored, including the boys chasing us with frogs, and played in the hay loft. Dennis was always so nice. I met Dennis again at his dads 8
Au mois d'Août 2021, au Québec chez Michel et Lise ( beau-frère/belle-soeur) Dennis se régalait d'un bon repas au Homard . Il jouissait et appréciait beaucoup le bon temps passé chez Michel à St-Sauveur dans les Laurentides. Michel et Lise étaient les deux personnes spéciales avec qui Dennis s
My deepest sympathy to Tanya, Diane, family and friends of Dennis, I have kept you all in my prayers. I will miss the great father figure he was to me for the first half of my life - even though he didn't have to be, I love him for that and I will always cherish those memories.
Tanya always shared stories from her parents with me, so it felt like I already knew them, but I got to meet Diane and Dennis at their house on September 26th, 2021. We sat outside, ate, drank, while Diane and Dennis shared stories about their past with Tanya and I. What a rich life they had togethe
We might have had long gaps in our 70 years as sister and brother, but when we did get together it was like no time had passed. Here is Dennis helping me celebrate my 70th. I'll miss our long talks about the books we were reading and solving all the world's problems (hahahaha). Love and miss you,
You always made me feel loved and accepted, whether I showed up on your door in Québec as a bratty 16-year-old with a blue mohawk or invited myself for an extended stay with a carload of misfits. You never judged or criticized, just embraced me for who I was and showed a genuine interest in my thoug
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