Mr. Dennis W Stoneman
August 10, 1944 – February 12, 2021
Dennis Stoneman passed away February 12, 2021 at the age of 76, at Baptist Medical Center of North Little Rock, AR.
Dennis was a loving husband to Mariese Stoneman who preceded him in death on February 10,2021. A proud and caring father to Suzie Stoneman, Sheryl Licciardi, and Charles Licciardi husband to Sheryl. He Wholeheartedly loved his grand-daughters Isabella and Mary Grace Licciardi. If you knew Dennis Stoneman, you knew how much he loved his family.
He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Mariese Stoneman, his parents Paul and Dortha Stoneman. He is survived by his brother Bruce Stoneman, and sister Sydnia Jackson with husband Tom Jackson, and many nieces and nephews.
Dennis Stoneman entered the United States Air Force May 31, 1968 during the Vietnam War. He married Mariese Boucher August 16, 1968. He enjoyed traveling all over the world, and always brought home special gifts for his family. He retired as a Master Sergeant from Little Rock Air Force Base in 1991, after the First Gulf War. He was a true war veteran that loved his country, God and his family.
“Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called sons of God.” Matthew 5:9
No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.
Mr. Dennis W Stoneman
February 26, 2021
Suzie, you have shared with us so many time the great veggies that came from your Dad's garden, we as your coworkers looked forward to that blessing every year. We pray that God will keep your family in his arms of protection until you meet again. We Love you !!
February 25, 2021
Dennis and my husband Melton(Butch) Boucher, were best friends throughout all of their schooling in Citrus Heights, Calif. I heard so many stories of Dennis through the years. He married my husbands sister Mariese in 1968. He and Mariese served as witness to our marriage. I think the fondest memory I have of him, is when he came to visit us, when we lived in Fair Oaks Calif. We were painting our living room, and we had a rolling pan of paint on the floor. If you know Dennis, he was a talker and a pacer, well needless to say , Dennis managed to step in the pan of paint, and ruined a brand new pair of tennis shoes. We laughed so hard. He will truly be missed. Save us a spot in heaven.