OBITUARY

Dean Emmanuel DeMello

March 28, 1940January 10, 2019

Dean Emmanuel DeMello was born on March 28, 1940 and passed away on January 10, 2019

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  • 1143 Sunday, January 13, 2019
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Dean Emmanuel DeMello

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Joyce Frazier Felan

January 14, 2019

Grace and peace cousin Jean from your Texas family

Debbie Piccariello

January 13, 2019

The first time I met Dean, he infuriated me! It was at a party at Denine's and when Dean got there he rushed into the back room to tell me that my youngest daughter (around age 6?) was violently ill in the Living Room. I rushed to the Living Room in a PANIC, and of course, he was joking, and my daughter (Lisa) was perfectly fine. I DID NOT have kind words for him!
Well, as time went on and I got to know him, I became quite fond of him and learned to appreciate his "quirky" sense of humor! Although I haven't seen him in years, when I think of him it will always be with love in my heart.
Jean, our thoughts are with you. You and Dean had a wonderful life together, and if there truly is such a thing as a soul mate, you two were each other's. RIP Dean, and NEVER stop laughing!

Don and Robin Frazier

January 12, 2019

Jean, Loved our Visit on my trips to Dulles Airport over the years. thank you for kindness and sweet memories over the year of growing up together.
Our Prayers are with you from the Frazier Finksburg Clan. Much love always

Ed West

January 11, 2019

Heartfelt Condolences to Jean, John and Krista. Betzi & I have fond memories of Dean & his family, particularly our shared time in the Navy when stationed together in NH & CT ('70-'75) and our early beltway-bandit years in Northern VA ('78-'89). Dean was a fine Shipmate and a true friend, both of which are hard to find. I learned a lot from Dean over the years but his most valuable lessons had do with teamwork and leadership, lessons that served me well in the Navy, in business and in life. The attached photo was taken somewhere in Italy, 1972, during one of the best trips of my life and one that we reminisced over again and again, most recently this past August when we last spoke. We miss you Dean. Its time to rest your oar my friend. Fair winds & following seas. . . .
ed & betzi

FROM THE FAMILY