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Palm Boulder Highway Mortuary & Cemetery

800 South Boulder Highway, Henderson, NV

OBITUARY

Dale Dean Toney

May 20, 1935November 14, 2019
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Dale Dean Toney, 84, a long time resident of Henderson who moved to West Enfield, Maine in 2017, passed peacefully on November 14, 2019. He was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy, his mother, Norma, father, Herschel, and granddaughters, Alex and Tamris. He is survived by his sons Daryl and Doug (Terri), his brother, Merle and great grandchildren, Tensity and Alexzander. Dean joined the Navy right out of high school and met Dorothy, who was in the Army, while both were stationed in Japan. Dean retired from the Navy and went on to two different careers, running a restaurant and working with physical therapy patients in Albuquerque. After retiring a second time, he moved to Henderson where he enjoyed bowling and video poker. He left behind many friends when he moved to Maine. Dean has a large family who love him deeply and will miss both his hearty laughter and kind heart. Rest In Peace Dean. In lieu of flowers please make all memorial contributions to either St. Jude www.stjude.org or Veterans of Foreign Wars www.vfw.org

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Funeral Service Thursday, December 5, 2019
  • Committal Service Thursday, December 5, 2019

Memories

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Charles Gonzalez

December 1, 2019

So many fond memories. It’s hard to single it out to one, but I would have to say that Dean was very pleased when he came to my home in Hayward CA, and I had cold Lucky Logger in the fridge. He said that he hadn’t had one of those since his navy days. We had two or three and shared navy memories. I will forever miss him and your mom.❤️😢

JIm Effinger

November 30, 2019

Great pictures! They evoke a lot of memories of your parents, you and Doug, places you/they have lived over the years, and even meeting your dad's mom and your poor little spaniel. I'll always associate "that's a bear" with your dad. I'm sorry to hear about your dad, but I'm glad to see the support of your loving family and friends.

Laurie Lesthaeghe

November 30, 2019

I only met your dad once, at your wedding, but he was so friendly and nice to us (my brother, Mark, and me)! We were so happy to see that Scott was marrying into such a welcoming family! Your dad was a wonderful guy! Like father, like son! We love you, Daryl!❤ Prayers for you and your family!

Laurie Lesthaeghe

November 30, 2019

I met your father for the first and only time at your wedding. Your dad and Nettie were so friendly and nice to us (my brother, Mark, and I), along with the rest of your family! I knew then that my brother, Scott, was joining a wonderful, loving family! And, of course, we LOVE you!!!❤ Like father, like son! Prayers for peace.

Carol lower

November 30, 2019

I have many memories of Dean. But the one that stands out the most is when we had a family reunion of sorts in arizona. Dean and Nettie, Daryl and a cousin Judy were all there along with my Dad and his wife Edna. We had such a great time talking over old times. He will hold a special place in my heart and right now, there is a Toney famiy reunion going on in heaven the likes of which no one has ever seen. When they all got together, all they did was laugh. He will be missed by all who loved him. Rest easy, Dean and heartfelt condolences to the rest of the family.

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Biography

Dale Dean Toney, 84, a long time resident of Henderson who moved to West Enfield, Maine in 2017, passed peacefully on November 14, 2019. He was preceded in death by his wife Dorothy, his mother, Norma, father, Herschel, and granddaughters, Alex and Tamris. He is survived by his sons Daryl and Doug (Terri), his brother, Merle and great grandchildren, Tensity and Alexzander. Dean joined the Navy right out of high school and met Dorothy, who was in the Army, while both were stationed in Japan. Dean retired from the Navy and went on to two different careers, running a restaurant and working with physical therapy patients in Albuquerque. After retiring a second time, he moved to Henderson where he enjoyed bowling and video poker. He left behind many friends when he moved to Maine. Dean has a large family who love him deeply and will miss both his hearty laughter and kind heart. Rest In Peace Dean. In lieu of flowers please make all memorial contributions to either St. Jude www.stjude.org or Veterans of Foreign Wars www.vfw.org