Let the memory of Dennis be with us forever
  • 63 years old
  • Born on April 4, 1949 .
  • Passed away on July 30, 2012 .
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Dennis Deem 63 years old , born on April 4, 1949 and passed away on July 30, 2012. We will remember him forever.
Posted by Verna Whitson on July 30, 2018
Dear Dennis, I didn't get to meet you here on earth, hopefully i will get to in heaven, But I do know Maryann and Andrea and Roger. You have the best family in the world. I am so grateful to part of their lives. Love Verna Whitson
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on April 4, 2018
Happy Birthday old friend . Going fishing this week . Wish you could be with me . Well , hell , you just might !
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on July 30, 2016
It's been four years since you've left us Denny . Wish you were here now to enjoy fishing with me , Sometimes I feel that you are there . Next time send some fish my way . Miss ya Denny !!! No man ever had a better friend . Til we meet again .
Posted by Diane Enoch on July 30, 2016
Dennis, Uncle Denny, is missed by human and critters alike. Rest in Peace and love.
Posted by Evelyn Inaba on July 30, 2016
Uncle Denny and Maryann have made a lasting impression on my life. Besides being best friends to my furry girls, you two helped me landscape my backyard. You would not let me compensate you for all the work you two did and I got the most beautiful paradise that I still talk about to this day. Denny designed the whole thing and I so enjoyed the time we spent together getting all the plants. Another memory is when Denny told me about a man who asked him for money. Denny said he went to pull money out of his pocket and stopped and said, "Buddy, I pick up dog poop for a living. Go get a job." That was the best! And the best for last, Denny never told me this, but he loved the Japanese pickled onion I kept in the fridge. I noticed the onions were disappearing regularly and living on my own, I couldn't figure out where they were going. So, I kept replacing the jar and they kept disappearing. I knew after awhile it was Denny. Miss him much. Thank you for such wonderful memories!
Posted by Rita Baker on April 4, 2014
Maryann, Thank you for posting this reminder of how special Denny was to all of us. Think of you both often. Prayers and hugs.
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on April 4, 2014
Happy Birthday Denny . You are truly missed my friend , Hoping to see you again , just not real soon !!! Where ever you are the very best to you always . You were and always be the best friend I ever had .
Posted by Diane Enoch on April 4, 2014
I still think of Dennis whenever I drive past Rose Hills. He certainly is a person I will never forget. Thinking of you Maryann especially at this time.
Posted by Maryann Deem on October 15, 2013
Hi Baby, Just stopping by to tell you how much I miss you and love you. I had no idea it could be this hard. I would also like to thank all the wonderful friends and family that continue to leave you messages that you are still loved and missed.
Posted by Carol Gibson on July 31, 2013
Denny, You were a big part of our lives for many years. I knew I could always count on you and Maryann to take great care of our fur babies. Ren and Molly adored you and looked forward to your daily visits. You were a very kind man and I will always be grateful for your tender care of the dogs.
Posted by Diane Enoch on July 30, 2013
We have no pictures to post, but have great memories of Uncle Denny. Weazer and Josie loved their walks. Munchkin, Little Bear, and Sojourn loved to greet Denny when he visited our home. I don't drive by Rose Hills without mentally saying "hi" to Uncle Denny. RIP Good Man.
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on July 30, 2013
It's been a year since you left this life but you have left so much behind that can never be forgotten . I sit here with tears in my eyes and a smile on my face just thinking of how fortunate I am to have a friend such as you . Til we meet again my friend !! Til we meet again !!!
Posted by Jennifer Deem on July 30, 2013
It's been a long year and one spent missing you. Daymienne and I do miss you and I am helping her keep her memories of you by talking about things you did. You were her only "Papa" and are missed deeply. Love you always, Jennifer & Daymienne
Posted by David Deem on July 30, 2013
When our dad died when I was only 14 years old, you stepped up and took the role of not only being my big brother, but also my dad. You helped me through the difficult adolescent years and early adulthood. Our father would be proud of you on how you took over and helped to finish raising his youngest son.
Posted by Jennifer Deem on April 4, 2013
Happy Birthday Dad & "Papa". We miss you so much. Daymienne and I know that you are watching us from above and she often smiles and will talk about the times she remembers. We will never forget you. The photo of you and Daymienne hangs abpve her bed in a place of honor and where she says good night to you almost every night. With love, Jennifer & Daymienne..
Posted by Sally Tuhonen on April 4, 2013
You are missed by SO many people - you made a difference not only in my life & my son's life but to everyone's life that you touched. Please continue to watch over as & protect us as you did when you were here with us ):
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on April 4, 2013
Today is your 64th birthday . I remember your 21st birthday like it was yesterday. A friend forever my friend .Always on my mind .
Posted by Maryann Deem on December 27, 2012
Christmas 2012 - It has almost been 6 months since you left us. You are so missed. Andie and I survived Christmas without you but we know you were here in spirit. We love and miss you more then words can express.
Posted by Dianne Clay on October 8, 2012
Denny is my big brother, who was never ashamed to have his little sisters tag along behind him, who was always there for us, who taught us the importance of family loyalty, and who loved us. He sacrificed for us in more ways than I could count. A big part of me is gone, now. I miss him so much. I love you, Denny.
Posted by Kathryn Deem on October 1, 2012
Dennis was more than a brother-in-law to me. He was an example, role model, guide, and friend. He was my girl's surrogate Deem grandfather, my backup for talking some sense into his brother (Dennis was always a sensible and practical guy!), and a great example of being loving to your spouse. I will miss him and remember him fondly every single day.
Posted by Bud And Sue & Jeff Boylin on October 1, 2012
Denny was the best friend I ever had. I could go on all day just telling the experiencs we shared together ,and the same amount of time on things I can't tell you. Without him I would have never have met Sue and God only knows where my life would have ended up.Whenever you needed anything he was there.
Posted by Rita Baker on October 1, 2012
This page alone is testiment to the legacy he has left behind. Denny was a kind and gentle man. I'm blessed that he was in my life for a "reason, season and lifetime". God Bless Denny.
Posted by Jennifer Deem on October 1, 2012
We miss you very much. Daymienne & I often remember her "Papa" and we will talk about a fond memory. She has made him something special and also has a small flag that she has set aside to bring up to place on his grave. She says "Papa will love this". He will forever be in our heart.
Posted by Dianne Clay on September 28, 2012
When we were kids, Susan and I slept in one twin bed, and Denny slept in the other. Denny asked us to turn on the light. We found Denny's head stuck between the bars of the headboard of the bed. Sue got on one side, and I got on the other, and we started pulling and he started screaming "My EARS, my EARS!" after a lot of work, stuffing his ears between the bars, we freed him.
Posted by Maryann Deem on September 28, 2012
I miss and love you very much Dennis. I am creating this page so people can visit, leave comments and keep your memories alive for us all. Dennis was loved by many, and knowing him you know he was easy to love. I thank everyone in advance for your love, comments and contributions to these pages.

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