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Patrick Dennis - Year Entered 1966

Patrick Dennis

COFFEYVILLE - Dennis, Patrick Allen, of OK, formerly of Coffeyville and Wellington, died May 19, 2005. Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, Tulsa (OK) Church of God. Survivors: wife, Aletha; children, Renee Steel, Kimberley Witt, Trevor Dennis; 2 grandchildren; parents, William & Maxine Dennis; brothers, Jerry & Douglas Dennis. Moore's Rosewood Chapel, Tulsa.
Published by Wichita Eagle on May 21, 2005.



A Tribute to Pat Dennis by JarvisWindom

Pat died in Coffeyville KS in May 2005 with the funeral services in Tulsa, OK.  Pat was a fine pastor and a good friend.  He died from a blood clot on the brain stem.  He is survived by his wife Aletha and 3 married children.  Pat was raised in Wellington KS and after marriage moved to Coffeyville, KS where he was in various sales type businesses and owned many rental properties.  He raised his family in Coffeyville.  All 3 children have post graduate degrees and some have his grandchildren.  I was his best man and later he was my best man in our weddings, so he was a close friend for a long time. May we all meet again in the Kingdom of God.

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06/21/14 08:29 AM #1    

Neil Colton (1966)

I knew Pat well.  I hope he was saved.

06/21/14 11:16 AM #2    

Horst Obermeit (1966)


I was in contact with Pat not long before he died and I believe he was saved.

Warmest regards,

Horst Obermeit


06/21/14 02:57 PM #3    

Neil Colton (1966)

Thank you for your comment Horst.  I am glad you knew him too.  Blessings to you and yours.

01/16/15 09:02 AM #4    

Jarvis Windom (1967)

I was a life friend of Pats.  I was his best man and he was my best man.  We had and did a lot together.  Of course his 3 kids are all grown up, well educated and have beautiful kids of their own.  I get to talk to Aletha once in a while as she lives in Tulsa.  He served a church well before he died. I got to see Rene (daughter) and Trevor (son) about 3 years ago.  Trevor is an Attorney.  also some other family.  What a nice close Christian family.

01/24/15 09:05 AM #5    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

How nice! It seems that us friends of Pat all knew each other! I hope everyone here is well & happy! What I remember about Pat is that he was a very fun-loving & lively guy, & it was never a dull moment around him!  All the best to you!

Your friend,

Harry Eisenberg

01/24/15 09:14 AM #6    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

What I remember about Pat is that he was a real "live-wire" & there was

never a dull moment around him!

Warmest regards to everyone here,

Harry Eisenberg

01/24/15 09:20 AM #7    

Harry X. Eisenberg (1966)

I hope we'll all eventually get together in the Great Beyond.

All the best to everyone here!

Your friend,

Harry Eisenberg

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