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Dennis Findlay

Dennis Findlay

Sunday, June 12th, 1955 Thursday, May 27th, 2021

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Obituary for Dennis M. Findlay

Dennis M. Findlay, 65, passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on May 27, 2021 at his home in Mentor.

He was born June 12, 1955 and lived most of his life in the Mentor area except for a few years that he lived in Colorado and Florida.

Dennis loved to ride motorcycles, his many cats, and snakes along with tinkering on things that needed fixed.

Prior to a severe motorcycle accident, Dennis was a master carpenter that worked in the early building phase of Perry Nuclear Plant and alongside the ironworkers, placed the last beam at the top of the Sohio Building in Cleveland.

In his own way, family meant a lot to Dennis never missing a phone call on a birthday or holiday and he enjoyed living in the small community of Avenue Woods and their many picnics.

He is survived by his sister, Diana (Nick) Miller, brother, Darrell (Mary Ellen) Findlay, stepfather, James Lodge, stepmother and Beverly Findlay. He was also the uncle of two nieces, one nephew and great-uncle of two nephews.

Dennis was preceded in death by his parents, Beverly J. Lodge and William G. Findlay.

A private inurnment will be held during later during the summer.

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Mary Ellen

My fond memories of Dennis were during the holidays, he would be so excited to see us and he knew he was going to enjoy his mother’s cooking, he loved his ham and always mentioned how much he enjoyed it as much as the dessert and he always got plenty of everything he said would last him for days Lol .As was mentioned Dennis always called me on my Birthday he might not have remembered much but he never forgot my “Special day “ as he would say. R.I.P. my brother .
Comment | Posted at 10:34am via Condolence
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Darrell Findlay

As young children Dennis was a great big brother. Although he was 6 years older he often took me along when he hung out with his friends and was a constant protector. One of my best memories of that time was when we went on a weekend camping trip on our horses. We went deep into the woods near our house and made camp. We had a great time. In later years we weren’t very close as his accident changed him into a different person. My wife and I hope he is at peace and is happier in heaven.
I truly hope that others hold close their own fond memories of Dennis in his younger and happier times.
Comment | Posted at 10:12am via Condolence
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