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Dennis Compton Menzies
  • July 18, 1948
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  • July 12, 2018

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Dennis Compton Menzies, 69, of Ft. Myers, FL passed away on July 12, 2018 at Hope Hospice. He was born on July 18, 1948 in Georgetown, Guyana to the late Clement Compton Menzies and Dhanmatty (Persaud) Menzies. Dennis received his degree from the Guyana Oriental College, and he work in Property Management. He enjoyed traveling, and he was a kind and humble soul who was extremely dedicated to his family and friends. He was a tireless worker and always had the time to help others. Dennis is survived by his sister, Deanna Menzies of Ft. Myers; his brother, Dean Menzies of Ft. Myers; his brother, Donald Menzies of Ft. Myers; his sister, Debra Menzies of Ft. Myers; his sister, Patricia Dyal of West Palm Beach, FL; his aunt, Betsy Ramcharran of Queens, NY; and his 2 nieces, Indira Dyal of Silver Springs, MD and Christina Dyal of Rockville, MD. Arrangements are in the care and trust of Affordable Cremations by Baldwin Brothers, Ft. Myers, FL.


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  1. Christina Dyal lit a candle:
    28 Sep 2021
    Lit since September 28, 2021 at 9:00:20 PM

  2. Patricia Menzies-Dyal lit a candle:
    13 Aug 2018
    Lit since August 13, 2018 at 8:17:27 PM

  3. Patricia Menzies-Dyal posted an image:
    13 Aug 2018
    Dennis, I cannot imagine that you are gone.  My life as I knew it will never be the same.  The last time I saw you was back in February 2014, in Takoma Park, MD, where our brother David had once resided.  You were the epitome of the "perfect" son and brother.  The legacy you have left will be carried through by me and your nieces Indira and Christina Dyal.  I LOVE YOU BROTHER DENNIS!
    Dennis, I cannot imagine that you are gone. My life as I knew it will never be the same. The last time I saw you was back in February 2014, in Takoma Park, MD, where our brother David had once resided. You were the epitome of the "perfect" son and brother. The legacy you have left will be carried through by me and your nieces Indira and Christina Dyal. I LOVE YOU BROTHER DENNIS!

  4. Slade Smith says:
    23 Jul 2018
    Denny, It’s been a long time since I’ve seen or spoke to you, but I will never forget that you were the nicest guy to me. Rest In Peace

  5. Paula Smith-Adams says:
    18 Jul 2018
    This tribute represents my Uncle Denny and Aunt Katie Ruth Menzies. I was so hurt and shocked to hear about the passing of Uncle Denny. My name is Paula, and neice of Aunt Katie. His eloquent, illustrious wife loved her husband dearly to the end of her life.
    Let me share my story of these two special people in my life. My Aunt Katie lived with her older brother and family, Paul Smith when she first came to the Washington, D.C. area. I was only 5 years old. It was like having a big sister. She was the most giving and fun loving person. I spent so much time with her during my formative years. She shared so much wisdom and was a great role model to me. So, my memories of her from then to when she met Denny illuminates vividly in my mind. She absolutely adored and loved Uncle Denny so, so much! I would be remiss to not share this part of Uncle Denny’s life. I know how much love their marriage represented over many years spent together. I remembered when my Auntie introduced Denny to her older brother, Paul Smith. My dad immediately bonded with Denny and was very happy for his sister to meet such a gentle giant! There public display of love was obvious every time we were around them.
    She personally would share stories with me in my high school /college years when I called her over the phone about being in love with the best God sent man. This description depicted Uncle Denny very well. It was evident of the many sacrifices they both endured during there marriage as they grew stronger as a couple. Unfortunately, my aunt departed life prior to my uncle, but one thing that resonates in my memory about both of them is how much they loved one another and the genuine display of kindness always showned to others.
    We will truly miss you Uncle Denny, but thank God for the fond memories that I will cherish forever of the both of you.

    Sincerely,
    Neice, Paula
    Aka “ Puddin “ is what my Auntie and Uncle Denny called me back in the day ❤️

  6. Marlon Mack lit a candle:
    18 Jul 2018
    Lit since July 18, 2018 at 7:14:15 PM

  7. Julie Hayes-Jenkins lit a candle:
    18 Jul 2018
    Lit since July 18, 2018 at 7:07:33 PM

  8. Julie Hayes-Jenkins says:
    18 Jul 2018
    My deepest sympathy to the family in the loss of your brother and my Uncle. God Bless

  9. Brenda Smith Williams says:
    18 Jul 2018
    My prayers goes out to the entire Menzies family. Denny as I called him was married to my late husband sister. Denny will be missed for his service as servant to many people. He was always willing to lend a helping hand where ever needed. He had a beautiful heart. Please know those we love remain with us for love itself lives on, and cherished memories never fade because a loved one's gone. Those we loved can never be more than a thought apart, for as long as there is memory they'll live on in the heart. Please know that time will heal all your wounds.

  10. Kenyada Hayes Dalton lit a candle:
    18 Jul 2018
    Lit since July 18, 2018 at 7:51:13 PM

  11. Paula Smith-Adams lit a candle:
    18 Jul 2018
    Lit since July 18, 2018 at 7:15:33 PM

  12. Valerie Jenkins says:
    18 Jul 2018
    The Hayes family send our prayers and condolences to all who loved and cherished Dennis Menzies. We fondly remember the life of our Uncle Denny. Uncle Denny was a sweet and loving man that adored his family and especially his dear wife, Aunt Kate. We can take comfort in knowing that he is now reunited with her. May God continue to bless and strengthen his many loved ones.

  13. Sylvia Alston says:
    18 Jul 2018
    We will miss you Uncle
    Denny!!!! Family May God Keep
    You In His Ultimate Care
    The Alston Family
    Greensboro, N.C.

  14. Valerie Jenkins lit a candle:
    18 Jul 2018
    Lit since July 18, 2018 at 7:19:34 PM

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