OBITUARY

Perry "Bobby" Dennison

August 1, 1952February 14, 2021

Unexpectedly on February 14, 2021, Perry "Bobby" Dennison passed away; beloved husband of Lora Dennison; devoted father of Christopher Robert Dennison and his partner Stacy Silvano and Erin D. Glackin and her husband Joseph; cherished grandfather of Kerry Dennison, Cody Dennison, Emerson Glackin, Hannah Dennison and Aiden Silvano. Bobby was preceded in death by his parents Wade P. and Eleanor E. Dennison. Also survived by other loving family and friends including his beloved dog Brewski.

Due to Covid an in person service will be private. A Live streamed service will be held on Wednesday at 1 pm on Schimunek Funeral Home Facebook page, or right here on the site. Interment at Highview Memorial Gardens will also be live streamed immediately following the funeral home service.

In lieu of flowers please consider making a contribution in Bobby's name to the Union Methodist Church, 3008 Union Church Road Tylerton, MD 21866.

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Services

  • Funeral Service

    Wednesday, February 17, 2021

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  • Committal Service

    Wednesday, February 17, 2021

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Memories

Perry "Bobby" Dennison

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doc hall

February 18, 2021

When I came to APG in 1997 Bobby was one of the crew to greet me and welcome me. I worked with him on many a cold day out in housing fixing broken water pipes. When I retired in 2010 I would take time at least once a month to call the shop to talk to him and see how things were going. I will miss him very much. RIP dear friend and God Bless.

Peggy Dieter

February 18, 2021

Bob was one of those people you meet that will always be remembered in your heart. He had an infectious smile and laugh, which made for good times. He touched all who knew him and we all knew the love and dedication he had for his family. I am glad I got to work with and know Bobby, he will be missed but not forgotten. May you find peace in remembering the love you shared.❤🙏❤

krista fassio

February 17, 2021

i am beyond saddened. this hits hard. i worked with bobby at dpw for four years. though only knowing him for four years bobby was one of those people that left an instant and unremarkable impression. to me he was like a second father. my father passed in april of 2017. after his passing i got a job at dpw hoping to start a new chapter in my life. over these last four years so much in my life has changed and i do believe some, if not a great deal, of credit should go to bobby. his work ethic was superb. he truly cared about the work he did and the people that surrounded him. he went above and beyond for so many. this always motivated me to push myself to try and leave such an impression, not only to him, but to others, as he undeniably has. people were directed to bobby from all over for so many things cause they knew he would get it done. dpw will not be the same without him. he knew how to run a shop smoothly and efficiently. he was the biggest asset and it will be noticeable with him amiss. i looked up to him, i listened to his advice, and i took everything he said to heart because i knew he meant it so sincerely. he was a loyal, trustworthy, compassionate person. he was not shy to say to others that i was hard-headed and gave him a hard time. i know i drove him crazy but i also know he only pushed because he cared. he was not only a supervisor or a mentor, he was my friend. he will be missed in more ways than one could count. offering my deepest sympathy to chris and all his family. he was a wonderful man with the utmost integrity and im so glad i had the pleasure of knowing him. now lets crack a beer and cheers to bobby!

Bob Weaver

February 17, 2021

I always considered Bob to be a great person, he always showed politeness and respect to all. You could always count on him in any crisis. We worked, fished, and laughed together, that I will miss forever. Rest in piece Bob.

Jeff King

February 17, 2021

My sincere condolences and prayers go out to Bobby's friends and family. He was truly a dedicated, selfless, hardworking and wonderful person that influenced or helped many, many people at APG throughout the years. He will undoubtedly missed. I'll miss his always candid thoughts, tradecraft expertise, and his stories about his grandson's baseball games from the weekend.

With deepest sympathy,
Jeff King

JoAnne MacCauley

February 17, 2021

My sincere condolences to Bob's loved ones. I was fortunate to have met Bob through work. He was always so helpful, kind and funny. We could always rely on him. RIP Bob

Shaun Blische

February 17, 2021

My condolence's to the family. Bob was a great man to work for and with. He will be truly missed.

Don and kathy Williams

February 17, 2021

Praying that you will find peace in knowing Bob was Loved so much by so many
We remember fun times with him and the family. Like the one year long ago dressing as an Indian for our Thanksgiving feast. He brought things to life and shared his love with so many.
We will hold him in our hearts forever.
So when tomarrow starts without him, don't think your far apart,
For every time you think of him , He's right there in your hearts.
Love and prayers

Sarah Winters

February 17, 2021

I am so saddened to hear of my Uncle Bobby's untimely passing. He was a great man and loved his family beyond measure. I will cherish the childhood memories I have of him, as well as our talks while visiting Smith Island. My thoughts and prayers are with you Aunt Doots, Erin, and Chris xoxo

Hope Vanegas

February 17, 2021

My heartfelt condolences on your loss. I worked with Bobby for over a decade. The ones we love are never gone, they live within our hearts. May Bobby's memories comfort you.

FROM THE FAMILY