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In Memory

Dennis Slay

Dennis Slay

Sunday morning we received an email from Denny's daughter, Diana Slay. 

"Hello thank you for posting this, my Father was truly proud to be a Dragon. I would like to share his arrangements & say thank you."
 

Dennis' obituary can be found at this link:

http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/stltoday/obituary.aspx?n=dennis-a-slay&pid=177039127&fhid=5885

 

 
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12/25/15 08:02 PM #5    

Ron Lehmann

Rest in peace, and we'll see you on the other side. May your soul and the souls of all the faithful departed, Rest in Peace.

12/26/15 10:09 AM #6    

Michael Dauphin

Rest in peace dear friend.  You truly will be missed.


12/26/15 10:12 AM #7    

Michael Rea

A fellow relay man and member of Bro. Barber's team of dragons. You will be missed.

Mickey Rea

 


12/26/15 11:15 AM #8    

Vincent (Mike) Badgley

Although I hadn't seen Dennis in a while, I have great memories of out time together at St. Mary's. Riding around with Slay after a St. Mary's function was truly an epic adventure. R.I.P. Dennis.
 


12/27/15 10:34 AM #9    

Douglass Dickmann

Denny and I traded puns all during football season.  He HAD to be the slimmest lineman in High School football.  My fondest memory of Denny was when we were collecting money as a class for some worthwhile event and Denny brought the Old Newsboy's red pouched aprons.  Say hello to Bro Barber "trooper".  Enjoy your reward.


12/28/15 09:08 AM #10    

Frank Flesch

My deepest sympathy to the entire Slay family.  He was just too young to have left us.  Even though he may have left this world, he will always be remembered by his fellow classmates as a Dragon from the Class of '71.

Frank Flesch


12/28/15 02:15 PM #11    

John Mernah

Sad news to hear. Way too young for Dennis. Always had a great time with him & he made some great memories for '71 Class that will last forever. God keep you close to Him & Bro Barber. Rest in peace !!!!


12/29/15 12:16 PM #12    

Daniel Armbruster

Still remember you as young, lean, wearing alligator shoes to school, with the full length black leather coat.   For our class, you gave us an image that lasts.  It's difficult for those you left behind, at home.                       I am sorry to see this happening.    


12/30/15 12:10 PM #13    

Charles Bohn

Rest in Peace, Dennis.  My condolences to your family and friends.  Your spirit and the Spirit of '71 lives on.


12/16/16 12:41 PM #14    

William Lowery

A   great memory i have is getting a ride home in Dennis' 61 Chevy Impala after football with  Doug Dickman doing his umcanny Brother Barber impersonation.. Dennis personality never left him a shortgage of girls who wanted to date. him either. Great energy and a lot of fun.  


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