OBITUARY

Melvin "Dennis" Dennis Curran

October 1, 1951September 2, 2018

Melvin Dennis Curran October 1, 1951 - September 2, 2018 Melvin Dennis Curran, age 66, of Bothell, Washington died on September 2, 2018. Dennis was born in Vancouver, B.C. and raised in the Spokane area. He became a U.S. citizen in 1963 when his mother was naturalized. He attended Joel E. Ferris High School class of 1969 and continued his education at Old Dominion University in Virginia. Dennis decided to take a year off and spent his days thinking and reading in the small village of Luray outside Paris, France. Returning to the states he completed his degree in Communications at the University of Washington. Dennis was a long time employee at Boeing and retired early in 2011 and he continued using his skills in video-tography as a contractor. He loved collecting guns, photography, studying history and enjoyed the outdoors. He will be greatly missed by his his sister’s Pamela and Susan and brother William, sons Sean Curran and Aaron Witt, two grandsons and many friends that knew him as “Curley”. The family will hold a graveside service at Kirkland City Cemetery on Friday September 14, 2018, 11:30 a.m. Following the service the family will greet friends at a “Potluck Gathering” at William Martenson’s home in Edmonds, Washington.

Services

  • Committal Service Friday, September 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

Melvin "Dennis" Dennis Curran

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Yolanda Castro

September 14, 2018

Please accept my condolences, and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Dennis will be missed as he was a great CSR for FocusVision Worldwide.

My deepest sympathy,
Yolanda Castro
FocusVision Worldwide

Sunshine Witt

September 12, 2018

The 6 years we had were much fun, exhilarating, exciting, and always full of surprises, but as life often does, things change, people grow up , grow apart, grow another human being. You were a perfectionist, I am still OCD in many ways, but I did learn many things from having known you way back then. I believe that we shall see you again in paradise on earth, where Rev 21:4 will be fullfilled. Then you will also finally meet your 2 grandsons, who will greet you with love and open arms. For the past will be forgotten. For other family and friends, find peace in Philippians 4:4-8.

Merisa Tullis

September 11, 2018

Where do I begin? I met Dennis 40 years ago and was lucky to call him my brother-in-law. He was a great man, father, son, brother and uncle to many, he will be missed by all of us.

We maintained a connection over the years even when the “official” sister-in-law title was gone, I don’t think either of us ever felt we needed anything official, we were friends. He shared his struggles with me, he felt comfortable talking to me because I shared and understood his pain.

He’s left us mortals here but has joined his beloved mother, Betty, who will welcome him with open arms and he will continue to be loved for eternity.

RIP Den, love you!

Have to share this photo, he had a great sense of humor...”helping to build the wall”.

David Johanson

September 11, 2018

— So, like Joseph Gill, I had the great fortune to meet Dennis while we were working as photographers at Boeing.

Never could I have asked for a better friend, nor did I know a kinder person, who was so positive and generous towards everyone he met. I'm sure many people feel as I do!

Dennis, I will always miss your great humor and the many jokes we shared together. Say hi to "Okanogan Jerry" in the sky for me and thank him for letting us use his character greetings when we called each other after not talking for a while.

So long brother, please smile down on us mortals as you will always be fondly remembered and cherished!

joseph gill

September 9, 2018

Dennis was hard-working; honest; and a friend to all Boeing partners & customers. for 30 years we had a professional relationship. Dennis was an exceptional friend. He always spoke kindly about others. He always had forward thinking plans that never ended. Dennis knew how to look @ everything positively. He will be remembered & missed by me. We had a lot of laughs. He loved his family. Walk with Jesus in heaven; old friend.

FROM THE FAMILY