OBITUARY

Dennis James Nedrow

March 19, 1975May 5, 2019

Dennis James Nedrow was born on March 19, 1975 and passed away on May 5, 2019.

  • FAMILY

  • Gene (Diane) Nedrow, Father
  • Virginia Norelius, Mother
  • Ginger Mathosian, Sister
  • Kelly Norelius, Sister
  • Gene Nedrow, Jr, Brother
  • Wayne Agate, Brother
  • Jerry Nedrow, Brother
  • Matthew Gaudio, Brother
  • Elena Thompson, Sister
  • Dawn Delaney, Sister

Services

22 June

Visitation

2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center

1199 NE 36th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

22 June

Funeral Service

4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center

1199 NE 36th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

22 June

Reception

5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center

1199 NE 36th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33064

Memories

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Tabatha Bergold

May 21, 2019

I didn’t know Dennis much in my adult life but I do remember him from when I was little which just goes to show you what an everlasting impression he had on me. I remember he came to live with us at one point and Dennis and my brother were swinging me by my arms and legs and when they let go I fell in dog poop LOL. It was such a funny memory and I’ll never forget it. I hope he knows how much I love him and I wish I got to know him better as an adult. But either way he means so much to me and I appreciate him giving me so much attention when I was little. May angels lead him in.

Aunt JoAnn

May 21, 2019

To Kelly&Ginger&Gene&Wayne&Jerry

So very sorry for your loss, for everyone’s loss. A life gone at such a young age seems to hurt deeper somehow. We are never prepared for that I guess. I want to tell you, the ache in your heart lessens, but I can’t. For me, it’s tiny breaks of thinking about them and forgetting for a moment they are not with us physically anymore. Remembering that they are at peace and knowing our siblings wouldn’t want us to be sad, each one of them would want us to be happy. Remembering happy times together helps, looking at pictures too. Somehow we gotta go on, hold them close in our hearts and mind and know that they get to take the love we have for them with them. A tiny piece of our heart is gone too!😢Lately I feel the only way to deal with this is another Pink Floyd’s song”comfortably numb” except it’s more like Uncomfortably numb! I love you all so much and I’m here to listen, to cry, to reminisce and help in anyway I can.

Joann Norelius

May 21, 2019

Dennis James Nedrow, wow Dennis , somehow I forgot your middle name was after Uncle Jim. I didn’t know you could play the guitar either until recently. It’s been so many years since we spend time together. I didn’t know you were artistic like your dad either.

My last Memory of you was you teaching me to play the lead to “wish you were here” by Pink Floyd on guitar. I told you it was my song for my brother Joe in heaven and now it’s my song for you too Dennis. But maybe it should be “wish you didn’t have to go”. Because even if it is your time to be at peace with the lord, in our time it’s like another little piece of our heart is cut out. And we have to go on with our lives somehow, even though they’ll never be the same!

I remember You were a funny kid who like to make people laugh. You always went with the flow. When the judge asked who would you like to live with, your mom or your dad? You said if my dad has my clothes, my dad. If my mom has my clothes, my mom. You never wanted to hurt anyone’s feelings even as a young boy.

I love you and know your in heaven with Nanny, uncle Joe, Aunt Colleen and so many others. Rest In Peace Dennis.

Joann Norelius

May 21, 2019

Dennis James Nedrow, wow Dennis , somehow I forgot your middle name was after Uncle Jim. I didn’t know you could play the guitar either until recently. It’s been so many years since we spend time together. I didn’t know you were artistic like your dad either.

My last Memory of you was you teaching me to play the lead to “wish you were here” by Pink Floyd on guitar. I told you it was my song for my brother Joe in heaven and now it’s my song for you too Dennis. But maybe it should be “wish you didn’t have to go”. Because even if it is your time to be at peace with the lord, in our time it’s like another little piece of our heart is cut out. And we have to go on with our lives somehow, even though they’ll never be the same!

I remember You were a funny kid who like to make people laugh. You always went with the flow. When the judge asked who would you like to live with, your mom or your dad? You said if my dad has my clothes, my dad. If my mom has my clothes, my mom. You never wanted to hurt anyone’s feelings even as a young boy. I love you and know your in heaven with Nanny, uncle Joe, Aunt Colleen and so many others. Rest In Peace Dennis.

Elena Thompson

May 17, 2019

“ Death must be so beautiful. To lie in the soft brown earth, with the grasses waving above one's head, and listen to silence. To have no yesterday, and no tomorrow. To forget time, to forgive life, to be at peace.” - Oscar Wilde

Dennis, you will be missed. I know we didn’t spend much of our adult lives together but I remember all the fun times we had as kids. I remember our family camping trips. The fun we had racing our bikes down Clinton Street. I remember being the envy of all the other kids walking around on our stilts!

I hope you are resting and in a better place. You were taken from this world way too soon!

Kelly Norelius-Bresnahan

May 15, 2019

My handsome, loving, funny, amazing Artist baby brother...I Love You So Much! I will miss your jokes, your laugh, hugs and the way you tilted your head with a smile and moved your hands when you were talking to me. I will forever miss your sweet face. A piece of my heart is gone and no amount of glue (time) will put it back together! I will miss how goofy you were (just look at some of our pics) ! You always made me laugh. Brothers are a blessing from God and you were a blessing to me. You will always be my baby - my flat face cute little baby brother. I wish I could turn back time and wake up to YOU, Gene & Ginger all asleep in my bed with me. If I had one more moment with you.... I would tell you how much your loved and how you made this world a better place by being in it and how much you will be missed. Until we meet again baby brother-~May the Angels Protect You and May You find Peace in Heaven Love Always and Forever Your Big Sister Kelly

Ginger Mathosian

May 14, 2019

My brother Dennis...🌹

Dennis LOVED his family, his friends, God, music, art and animals, especially dogs!!! He was an amazing artist and guitar player. He loved fishing, especially with our Dad.

He was always grateful, loving, honest, funny, had a great memory and lived in the moment.

Dennis has been trying to teach me to stop and smell the roses our whole adult life....I’m so grateful and thankful that he did. 🌹

He gave me so much unconditional love. I always felt his love no matter where we were in life. Together we made mud pies, road big wheels, swung on swings, walked to school, raced bikes, went sled riding, went to his favorite band’s concert, worked together at our first jobs, hung out, sang out loud, watched movies, told stories, made fun of each-other and laughed!

Dennis loved my cooking. No matter what I made he would tell me it was delicious and the best! He especially loved when I made green bean casserole or pasta. When we were kids he would tell people that we were Italian because he loved pasta. That still cracks me up.

Every-time we would see each other he would tell me “you made my day”, with a warm loving smile and I would say it back. I pray that he knows how much I love him and that I feel so lucky, proud and blessed to have him in my life. He will always live in my heart ❤️

Sarah Noble, Manager/Funeral Director

May 9, 2019

We the Staff of Kraeer Funeral Home would like to extend our most deepest and heartfelt condolences on the passing of your loved one. “Death leaves a heartache that no one can heal but love leaves memories that no one can steal.”

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY