Dennis Belvord Meadows III

November 14, 1966October 14, 2018

Dennis Belvord Meadows was born on November 14, 1966 and passed away on October 14, 2018.


Dennis Belvord Meadows III

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James Craft

December 13, 2018

Wow, I’ve just learned of Dennis death. I’m saddened and shocked that my Life Support brother has departed the earth as we know it. So many great schoolhouse and Wild Stallion memories. Dennis was one of a kind that walked into every situation with a smile. Rest In Peace my friend, rest in piece.

Shannon Bass

November 13, 2018

Happy Heavenly Birthday in Heaven(a few hours early) to the best Step Father I had the privilege of having in my life. I have felt emptiness since you left for your next call of duty with the angels. I miss you Dennis so much. I will love you forever and always remember everything you taught me. Posting a very special picture of us that was a great visit to Savannah...

Manny Paz

October 24, 2018

I'm in shock and sadden over the news, but glad that I got to know you and think of the fun times we had at Carswell AFB. We had some great times. it was a great friendship that we all developed during that time. Those times are some of the best memories I have, will never forget the dart games and bug eating contests,
You left your foots prints on this side and we are all much better for having the opportunity to have been your friend and coworker. Our prayers and thoughts go out to your whole family. Until.....

Helen Still

October 21, 2018

I never met Dennis, but Sandra is one of the sweetest ladies I know , so Dennis had to be a special man. My condolences to his wife ,children, Sandra and all the family and friends who loved him. You will all be in my prayers for comfort and peace in the days ahead. God is our comforter and he will never leave or forsake us. We don’t have the answer as to why this happened and it’s hard to accept, but God’s grace is sufficient. God bless you all.

Brian Schlager (Tsgt) Retired

October 20, 2018

Rest in peace brother. We'll take it from here. It was a pleasure knowing and working along side you. Stallion forever!

Jim Ford

October 20, 2018

We sure trained hard and partyed harder, always had each others back, and always brothers. My sadness now is for the loss of one if my brothers... WS's till the end my friend, gonna miss you.

Karen and Mike Williford

October 20, 2018

We met Dennis a few years ago when he came here for a visit with his mother. Sandra couldn’t wait for us to meet her son and he made quite an impression on us as a fine young man with high principles. The love and respect he had for his mother was quite obvious. You could see that very special bond they had for one another. Dennis took her to Hawaii because he wanted to do something special for his mom. It is a very sad time for all those who knew and loved him and you are in our prayers. We believe he has joined his dad now and God has another Angel in Heaven.

Karen Diefenderfer Walker

October 18, 2018

I was so saddened to hear of Dennis’ passing. I grew up with the Meadows family, at North DeKalb Girls Softball fields. I went to school with Dennis (Dink), Cassie and Kellie as well. What a loving and fun family they were to me and my family. Dennis was always there at our games and usually ran the scoreboard and announced the players. He was always the jokester. I will definitely be praying for everyone in the days, weeks and months to come. Go Rest High on That Mountain Dennis.

Shannon bass

October 18, 2018

My song for my Stepdad love you.

Jackie Howard

October 18, 2018

I simply cannot believe that this has happened. I have known Dennis all of my life since we are first cousins! The memories of growing up with Dennis have flooded my mind and my heart. From the best times at our grandparent's home and the fun times on the lake, I am thankful we have the memories of sharing the relationship of cousins. Even though we haven't been in touch over the last 17 years, I have enjoyed seeing his pictures on his fb page, reading the comments there and on here, as well as seeing just a tiny peek of his life post age 30. The last time that we spent time together was in 2000 at a family reunion in Atlanta. I am posting a picture of us at that event with our grandmother. We were her "fabulous four." Until we meet again ole' cuz. . .