Earl Lee Dennis
December 22, 1952 ~ December 22, 2008
Earl Lee Dennis, 56, of Weirton, passed away Monday, December 22, 2008. Born December 22, 1952, he was the son of Ernest Dale Dennis of Weirton and the late Evelyn Jean Palmer Dennis.
Mr. Dennis retired from Weirton Steel where he worked in the Tin Mill as a gas man on the batch anneal. He was the administrator of the Weirton Moose Lodge 688. He also served in the United States Army.
Earl is survived by his wife Debbie Hutchison Dennis of Follansbee, whom he married in 1997; sons Christopher P. Dennis and his wife Elaine of Steubenville, Earl Dennis II of Wintersville, OH and Cody Dennis of Follansbee; brother Larry Dennis and his wife Peggy of Richmond, OH; sisters Judy Bish and her husband Larry of Weirton and Diane Petrie and her husband Mike of Richmond, VA and 4 grandchildren.
There will be no visitation. Private burial will be held at the convenience of his family.
Greco Hertnick Funeral Home
3219 Main Street
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Earl-A great guy who touched many lives, made many friends, and devoted his energy to the Moose Family, which can only thank him for the good he has done. He will be sadly missed!
Earl,you were a great man with a kind heart and you will be missed deeply by many. I was honored to have known you. Love Always,Melissa Miller
Earl Linda & I both thought of you as close as one of our children. We will miss you as we would miss one of them. After knowing your mother for years I understand why you were a devoted moose member and father.
We had shared ups and downs …I am happy to say I knew Earl to be a fine and decent man. A good person whom his word was as good as gold.He will be sadly missed by us both. May God bless…
Earl, You will be greatly missed. Things just won’t be the same at the Moose without you.
Larry and family, I am saddened to see that Earl has passed. I remember the good times we spent in the Tin Mill Mechanical Gang. May God Bless…Maddog
earl, will be missed and always remenbered by us. leonard and phyllis starr
To all of cousin Earl’s family, you have my deepest sympathy. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. Ron
didn’t talk for along time but we still were brothers. going to miss you alot. love your brother. larry
To the Family of Earl Dennis I would like to extend my deepest condolences. I worked with Earl in the Tin mill and so often we would speak of the times when he was a little guy living next door to Uncle Ben And Aunt Louria Way. They loved all the Dennis children. When Earl was either coming or going to work after he knew who I was he always had a smile and a big hello for me. May God bless you all as a family as you travel the path of grief and may those memories you all made be the comfort you all need at this time. A Friend, Darlene