Dean died from heart failure. His wife tried desperately to save his life. He was at home when he passed awy.
Jon Curtner (1979)
I clicked on this not knowing what I would find but knowing that something about Dean’s name pulled in me to do so.
Here is what I would like to say...
I can honestly say that even though I did not know Dean well, in the sense that we hung out together, I Remember Dean well.
As I think back, Dean was someone that refused to be defined by a single clique, he seemed to me to be open to anyone and always had a smile underneath whatever exterior he was wearing at the moment. I remember too that when he smiles it was one of thosnsmiles that always reached his eyes (kind of weird to remember that but I do).
Like many of use he went through tough times that seemed to define our generation and the kept going; a strength at such a young age.
To those who knew him well and especially to his family, I am sorry for your loss. I remember him well.
Kimberly Myers (McGinn) (1979)
Jeanne Conway (Moore) (1979)
He was the sweetest guy EVER !!! Always a smile on his face..RIP my Friend ...