Dennis Dewey Death, Obituary – My earthly father, Dennis Dewey, has recently passed away, and as a result, he is now at peace in the arms of Jesus, where he will remain for the duration of the entirety of all eternity. He can, at long last, kick back and relax now that all of this is finished. Because he was seen the day before he vanished entirely without a trace, the reasons that led to his disappearance remain unclear at this time despite the fact that he had fully vanished without a trace. At this moment, the sequence of occurrences that culminated in his disappearance is not fully recognized to have occurred.

A great degree of peace has been brought to me by the realization that my father loved and cared for Jesus with all of his heart, and that he is now in the presence of Jesus himself. In addition to this, the knowledge that my father is in a better place with Jesus brings me a tremendous deal of comfort. I shall be grateful to him for the rest of my life for the fact that he put all of his affection and zeal towards serving Jesus. Because I am certain that he is enjoying a great deal of enjoyment at the moment, there is no use in my being concerned about him because I am certain that he is.

One other thing for which I will be eternally grateful is the chance that we had the night before my father passed away to celebrate Christmas with him and the holiday with the rest of my family. I will never forget how much I treasure that time. Because of his generous hospitality, we were able to make the most of our time together during the course of the holiday and have a good time. The old adage that says you never know when the last time you will be able to give someone you care about a hug or have a conversation with them will be contains a lot of truth.

There is a lot of truth to the old proverb that says you never know when the last time you will be able to do either of those things will be. There is no way to know exactly when that moment will arrive in advance, and there is no way to predict when it will occur. There is no way to know with absolute certainty the exact second that occurrence will take place in the future.