Dean died from heart failure. His wife tried desperately to save his life. He was at home when he passed away. Dean loved the class reunions and was looking so forward to the 40 class reunion. He is and will be missed greatly,
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 ...