OBITUARY

Dennis Lee Landis

January 23, 1946September 6, 2020

Dennis Lee Landis, age 74, passed away on September 6, 2020. He was born on January 23, 1946 in Morristowne, PA son of the late Leroy F. and Lillian (Sloan) Landis.

Dennis served our country in the United States Coast Guard. He retired from Cape Canaveral Hospital after 20 years of service.

Survives include his wife of 30 years Judy, 3 daughters Kris (Chris) Gyarmati, Jean Seitz, and Pamela Seitz, sister Beverly (George) Melon, 4 granchildren Brittany, Devon, Payden and Phobee.

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James Landis

September 22, 2020

Sometimes, when we are young, our Aunts and Uncles are not that far apart in age. It's miles to us when young but not as far as our parents, they fill a special pace in our memories being younger siblings of our parents. We look up at them as cool and older brothers. Denny took Scott and me sailing once. Was not a large boat and we were the worst sailors. Denny was not happy and the Landis temper was in full display, but he was still that older brother to me. Still a picture in my mind of that day. Love ya Uncle. To you and your brothers and to my father, say hello to Grandpop--miss you. Jim

Ann Landis

September 22, 2020

My condolences to your family, may you find peace in all the memories. Denny, My husband always looked out for and always wished he could have done more for all of you. You are with most of your brothers and your one sister Rena now. I am sure there is a party going on up there! Thank you for your service to our country! May you rest in peace! Love, Ann Landis

Jason Landis

September 22, 2020

Our condolences to his family, may you find peace in all the memories. He was a great man! Uncle Denny, I will always remember the good times we had when you visited with us. One of them is when we were vacationing at Cape Henlopen and you were stationed nearby. You spent time with us and then took us on a tour of the ships. Our family was distant, but you always made time to see us. You were there when I married my wife, Amy, and there to say good-bye to my father, your brother, when cancer took him from us. Your brothers and sisters did not have it easy growing up, which created some demons. For the most part you overcame them, however it fractured your relationship with your sons. I was happy when you and Dave started spending time together. You got to meet Amy and his two terrific children. I was hoping, in time, you would patch things up with your other son. I hope they know how much you did do for them and may have never received credit for. Thank you for your service to this great country! When you see your oldest brother James, my father, please give him a hug and tell him we love and miss him! May you rest in peace. Semper Paratus and Godspeed! Love, Jason and Amy Landis

Amy Chavarria (Landis)

September 9, 2020

Our Deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers are with you all. Denny was a great man. I am happy my kids And I had an opportunity to know him and make some memories.

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