Let the memory of Dennis be with us forever
  • 73 years old
  • Born on October 21, 1936 .
  • Passed away on September 19, 2010 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dennis Bryson Trimble 73 years old , born on October 21, 1936 and passed away on September 19, 2010. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Sue Shamie on October 22, 2018
Dennis, Special people like you are always missed my friend.
Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on September 22, 2018
Old Skinner, still missed. Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on October 21, 2017
Dennis my friend.  Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on September 19, 2015
Your missed old buddy. See you there Cousin Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on October 30, 2014
Dennis, It's that time again and we all still miss you. Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on September 21, 2013
Dennis, in the SWEET BY AND BY.  Sue Shamie
Posted by Sue Shamie on September 22, 2012
To my dear friend, Old Skinner is missed, unique to say the least.
Posted by Sue Shamie on September 27, 2010
Goodbye Old Skinner, It's been fun.
Posted by Debbie Lottes on September 23, 2010
Dennis, I can not put into words as to what I want to say except I will miss u so much. U r and was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed. R.I.P.always.
U r God's angel watching over all of us now. Thank u for the love u gave us all and we will see u on the other side. love always,Debbie
GO Rest high on that mountain.
Posted by Cheryl Teresa Brittain (P... on September 22, 2010
Dennis you will greatly be missed!! Remembering you in a great way is the way I will always remember you!! You were a great person as well as a dad,friend, father in law, cousin, uncle grandpa and so much more!!! Until we meet again dearest Dennis RIP!!! To the Trimble family::::: I AM SO SORRY FOR YOU LOSS!!! I OFFER MY CONDOLENCES AND DEEPEST SYMPHATHY. TAKE CARE!!!
Posted by Vickie Parish on September 22, 2010
RIP Dennis.. You were a great Husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend.. May God carry you throughout your journey.
To the Tremble family.. My heart and prayers are with you all..
Posted by Jim Jestes on September 22, 2010
Denny, we will all miss you. From your fine marksmanship to the biscuits. From hours by a camp fire to standing in ankle deep water at Old Greenville. I am sure you will live for many years to come around the campfires of the Arms. Until we meet again in the great hunting ground in the sky.

Big Jim & Thea
Posted by Paul Manno on September 21, 2010
I am going to miss all the many communications I've shared with Dennis over the years. He was truly a great friend and a great american.I first met Dennis at Webster School and also at Central high when we were classmates,although I was in the next class to his.To all his family and friends I offer my condolences and deepest sympathy.Good bye,dear friend.
Posted by Eric Schneider on September 21, 2010
Dennis, i wanna start by saying thank you for everything you have ever given me, words cant describe how much i appreciate it. i remember a few times where i could sit and listen to you tell me stories for hours. you were a great and wise man. but most importantly you were a great, grandpa to me. i couldnt ask for a better grandpa. i love and miss you. RIP
Posted by Dennis Trimble Jr on September 21, 2010
My dad was a great man who helped others and always had a smile and a laugh for everyone he met. He could tell stories with the best of them. He loved his country and loved the outdoors, just being out in the woods would make him happy. He will be missed deeply. I love you dad and will see you again someday.
Posted by Thomas Bequette on September 21, 2010
Dennis has a new E-Mail Address:


            Your friend The Frog
Posted by Dennis Trimble Jr on September 21, 2010
I will never forget your smile, it would light up a room and your laugh was infectious. The world was a better place with you in it. Thank you for adding sunshine to all our lives. I know my life was touched by you in many ways. Rest in peace "Old Skinner". We love you!!! You will be missed and remembered always in our hearts!!! Love your daughter-in-law Lisa
Posted by Ronald Trimble on September 20, 2010
I love you dad and will miss you till i see you again.
Thank you for all the love and respect.
Thank you for being you.
Posted by Thomas Bequette on September 20, 2010
Dennis and I have been Computer Buddies Since the mid 80,s. He ran the Buckskinner BBS (Atari) and I ran The Frog BBS (Atari)These were pre Internet days. We kept in touch threw out the years Via E-Mails and phone chats. I talked with him about a week ago. He got me back into Computers about 7 years ago and sent all those Funny and Informative E-Mails, I hope someone will get me on thier list.
Posted by Jerry Tooley on September 20, 2010
I owe so much to Dennis. He help me out to become a better man in Freemasonry. He seem quite proud when I went in as Worshipful Master of Spirit of St.Louis Lodge. He will be deeply missed by our Lodge as a Brother and a friend. I guess I won't have anything to look forward when I open my E-mails now. My deepest sympathy to all his family. Till we meet again on High good bye my Brother.
Posted by William Lottes on September 20, 2010
Dennis, you are a great guy. I will miss you and the great stories you had to say. You had alot of them to tell. I love you and I am going to miss you. Lost but never forgotten. I will see you in the future, when I see you I will give you a hug and you can tell me some more stories, by then I will have some good ones to tell you as well. Thanks for everything.

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