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Dennis E.

Dennis E. Meyer

Left this world before his time, due to an accident on Tuesday September 30, 2014. He was 54 yrs. old.

Dennis was born to Wallace and Verna Meyer on March 18th 1960. He is survived by his loving wife, best friend and soul mate, Christine. His precious daughters, Ashlin Meyer and Nicole Kramer, siblings, Curtis (Mary Ellen) Meyer, Corrine Bouzek and Greg (Cheryl) Meyer. He also held a special place in his heart for his grandchildren, Evin and Cheyenne as well as his nephews, Donald Bouzek, Brian Meyer, Joshua and Jason. He also leaves behind many extended relatives and good friends as well as his devoted dog, Sadie.

Dennis had an entrepreneurial spirit and always wore a smile on his face. He was an avid football fan, enjoyed fishing and was a motor cycle enthusiast. He cherished the moments he shared playing the guitar with his daughter, Ashlin. Most importantly, he was a beloved and devoted husband, family man and friend. His sense of humor will always be remembered and he will truly be missed by all who knew and loved him.

A celebration of his life will be held Tuesday Oct. 7th. Visitation will be from 3:00 – 6:00 PM followed by a service

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Bill and Renee Adamek

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Kris lindberg

Our deepest sympathy to Ashlyn & Christine as they trek through their grief into healing. May their new beginnings share a newly found prism of trust, growth & wisdom to see through onto their bright futures. Our prayers are sent to light the way. 10/9/14 love being all of our purpose, hence the decoration, no matter what, LOVE Cody, Kristin & little Sadie Lindberg

Debbie and Don Bouzek

No words can express the sadness that fills our hearts

Chad Stoltz

Ashlin and the Meyer family my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

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Bill and Renee Adamek

Hugs and prayers go to Chris and Ash Lyn. Our family is so sorry for your loss.

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