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In loving memory of
Ralph “Denny” Dennison Jr.
  • March 06, 1949
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  • June 12, 2019

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Obituary

  As a father, grandfather, brother, husband, and pastor to many Denny (Ralph) Dennison is now being greeted by more than just family. A great sea of lives affected by his leadership, friendship and love welcome him into heaven. His family is overjoyed that he is freed from his prison of Parkinson’s Disease. Denny is now able to run free into the arms of his wife, Sandy, and shake the hands of his life-long employer, Jesus.

     Surrounded by his earthly family, Denny passed through the Gates of Heaven at 6:30am, June 12th 2019. Denny’s legacy was a powerful impression of values, grace and joy shared with family, friends and flourishing churches in their communities.

     Anyone wanting to provide flowers, give in his honor or support the family, Denny requested that we support Little Blessings Child Care at North Lake Presbyterian Church instead.  The family would like to thank The Villages Rehab and Nursing Center for taking such great care of him. The memorial service will be Wednesday, June 19th at 11am, at North Lake Presbyterian Church in Lady Lake, FL.


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Location:
North Lake Presbyterian Church

Date & Time:
June 19, 2019 at 11:00 AM


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  1. 14 Jun 2019
    Jim Keough, The Congregational Church says:
    Our loss is heavens gain. Pastor Denny was a gentleman and a great ambassador of the Kingdom. The results of his efforts will be seen in the lives of those he touched for many years to come. "Another soldier's coming home". Thank you Denny Dennison for a life well lived.

  2. 13 Jun 2019
    John McVay says:
    A light to the world, Pastor Dennison’s light will burn brightly in Florida for many, many years. “Well done thou good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of the Lord.” My heartfelt condolences to the Dennison family.