Dennis Clair Lamoreau

March 14, 1948April 22, 2018
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Dennis Clair Lamoreau left the bonds of this world on Sunday, April 22, 2018 at his home in Clearfield, in the presence of his devoted wife, Kathleen “Cougar.” He was of the Christian faith. “There ain’t no grave can hold my body down.” Dennis was born on March 14, 1948 in Clearfield the son of the late Clair Lamoreau and Barbara (Lentz) of Mahaffey. He graduated from Westfield Massachusetts Trade School in 1965. He led a rough and tumble life for a time, mastering many skills for life and earning wisdom the hard way. Denny was a laborer of great renowned for his skill with an excavator, backhoe, other large equipment, and as a blaster, road construction worker and truck driver. One of Denny’s favorite sayings was “There’s the right way, the wrong way and the Lamoreau way.” He enjoyed long country rides on his many Harley Davidsons over the years with his friends, especially Poozie Round and the late Lynn Shomo. Denny enjoyed cooking and excelled at it, especially for family, holidays and parties. His chili was famous at the Memorial Day Picnic at the Ranch in Frenchville for many years. There was always a pot of coffee ready for Barb Haversack when she came to visit. Stock car racing and NASCAR were also favorite pastimes. Following a bike accident/stroke that left him disabled; he enjoyed perusing the Auto Locator for hours each week. Denny always had a quick comeback in conversation, you would think Denny and Kathy were Ricky and Lucy at times. They enjoyed dancing and music throughout their marriage. He had a daughter, Beth Lamoreau from an earlier marriage; with one granddaughter, Alssya Broome. One June 30, 1985, he wed Kathleen Blowers, and became father to Justin Ogden. Denny was always supportive and influential in Justin’s life and career. Denny encouraged him to explore CB and Ham radio which led him to Civil Air Patrol and Cell phone forensics to locate lost people. Justin, his wife Amy, their daughters Natalie and Grace Ogden of VA will remember and honor him. Dennis is survived by his brothers Joey of Chess Falls, Clair Jr. (Brandi) of Curwensville, Shawn (Joyce) Lamoreau of Grampian and a sister, Cissy (Bobby) Reese of Port Matilda and his step mother, Carol “Sis” Bracken; also surviving are sister-in-law, Helen (John) Rhine of Curwensville and three brother-in-laws: Larry (Jan) of MO, Ray (Nancy) of IN and Mel (Gloria) Blowers of GA, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother-in-law, Jeffrey Blowers in May 2017. A Celebration of Life Service will be held at 11:00 AM on Thursday, April 26, 2018 at the Bennett and Houser Funeral Home, Inc. of Clearfield with Pastor George W. Solley officiating. Friends will be received at the funeral home on Wednesday, April 25, 2018 from 6 to 8:00 PM and on Thursday from 10:00 AM until the hour of services. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the Penn Highlands Community Nurses Hospice, Attn. Circle of Friends, P.O. Box 992, Clearfield, PA 16830. To send online tributes go to or


  • Celebration of Life Service Thursday, April 26, 2018

Dennis Clair Lamoreau

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Janet Zorger

May 1, 2018

I was so surprised to hear of Denny's passing. I am so sorry I didn't make it to the wake or the funeral. But I was thinking of you.
Although I didn't know Denny very well, I heard lot's of stories about him.
I believe the most I've ever seen him was the day of your anniversary party. He was so happy that day. As were you.
I just looked at all of the pictures posted. What a handsome man.. I can see why it was love at first sight for you. And those dimples!
Now the rest of your life goes on, but the memories, oh the precious memories you have of your love for one another.
These my friend will go on forever.

In love,
Janet Zorger


April 26, 2018

I can remember going to Pap & Grams house and being with the whole family every holiday, stuffing my belly with as much as I could from Uncle Denny and Cougar's cooking. I can remember Uncle Denny always looking out for us kids, giving us the best advice and listening to his stories of life. I will forever be his and Cougar's little Harley girl. He taught me to be tough no matter how small I was. He taught me to embrace any lesson I had coming my way and to always be learning something, educate yourself and be driven. He had the best smile and laugh when we'd go to visit him. So many memories and not enough words to express the love and care he had for his family. I wish I could be home for him, for Cougar and Justin...for everyone. Hold Fast. Remember that those who are departed from their physical bonds, are never departed from the hearts they've bonded with. Love you Uncle Denny and family. God rest your soul. <3

Jane Delaney norris

April 26, 2018

Kathy i am so sorry for you. But very happy you gave denny the love he deserved.God bledd you and allof the people who loved and will miss denny.

John Guthridge

April 26, 2018

Sorry for the loss of a friend, had some crazy times back in the day with denny and lynn, my condolences go out to the family, enjoy your harley rides on the sky

Kathy Lamoreau

April 24, 2018

Yesterday my husband left his battered and worn body and went on to Heaven.
I can’t imagine my life without him. We’ve shared our life for the past 35 years.
We had great times, and really bad times. I’m choosing to remember the good times.
I’m thankful that his pain and suffering are over, and at peace because I know he was saved, so he is now in heaven.
I’m sad because we’ve lost a husband, a father, a grandpa, a brother, an uncle, and friend.
I’m so thankful for the time I had with Denny. I’m going to miss him with all my being.
He was love at first sight for me.
He taught me to be strong, so I will go on.
Rest easy Denny Lamoreau💕
You will be missed, but never forgotten.

Jeff and Michele Bowser

April 24, 2018

We'll always remember Denny. His chili was the best. Love and prayers for his family.

Larry Blowers

April 23, 2018

I am forever grateful that Denny came into Kathy and Justin's life. They were helpers for each other. He worked hard and played hard. You can see from the pictures that others have posted that they had many good times together. He will be missed. He is in a better place now. Psalm 86:5 For You, Lord, are good, and ready to forgive, And abundant in loving kindness to all who call upon You.