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Thanks to Dennis for the lovely entertainment and useful information provided via the Crashcast podcast with Mike Hancock. He will be missed, although I never knew him personally, it feels like he was a friend anyway. Thank you.


Posted by: Ernie Graham - Dublin, Ireland   Mar 18, 2013

He will be flying in Heaven now.


Posted by: John Chilese - Las Vegas, NV - fellow kite flier   Oct 14, 2011

Rest in Peace Dennis.
You are in a better place.

Respectfully.
George and Carol Boyd.


Posted by: George H. Boyd - Phlatprinter friend   May 24, 2011

The news of Dennis' passing came as a shock. I have been reading some of the remarks with a smile. Dennis was just a person that you never forgot. He certainly did let you know exactly where he stood on issues that meant a lot to him! My deepest condolences to his family.

Time is too slow for those who wait,
too swift for those who fear,
too long for those who grieve,
too short for those who rejoice,
but for those who love, time is eternity.


Posted by: Donna "Sylvia" Jackson - Former Co-worker   Mar 29, 2011

I never met Dennis, but threw the podcast I feel like I had. His inspiration was awesome. My 5 year old son and I just finished a kite that Dennis designed, I guess it will mean a little more when we fly it now.
God Speed Dennis.
Scott Elve


Posted by: Scott Elve    Mar 29, 2011

Dennis was an extraordinary man, intelligent, precise, and to the point. I had the pleasure of working with him on the podcast and will always be grateful for that opportunity.

He was an endless supply of great information, about Kites, RC and CNC, as well as numerous other topics, and was always willing to share the information he had, in his own unique style! Dennis was very much to the point, and never held back. He was a "true" person,

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Posted by: Tim "Iflyos" King - Pfafftown, NC - Co-host, The Crash Cast   Mar 29, 2011

Dennis was a character. I like and enjoyed his direct and in your face manner. He let you know in no uncertain terms what crossed his mind. But there was the funny and humorous side too. Especially his Pink Flying Pig. If you wanted a lesson on the Bible or a religious story - you saw and heard another facet of Dennis. I will miss Dennis and his stories, and tales of flying kites, especially at night with lighted LED's.
Tom Faith


Posted by: Tom Faith - San Jose, CA - Friend and Co-worker   Mar 29, 2011

I send my Prayers and Blessing to Dennis' family.
Dennis was the sort of person that you remember for his passion and knowledge that he embodied. I remember him well and I know he'll be missed for his attributes both at work and greatly at home. Peace and serenity to all. Marietta


Posted by: Marietta French Perez - Retired Co-worker   Mar 26, 2011

It saddens me to hear of your loss. I know that Dennis was a very valued person in life. May god rest his soul.


Posted by: Brian Seals - Lakeville, IN - Friend   Mar 25, 2011

Dennis; Every time I see a kite or an RC plane I think of you.
May you rest in peace.
Jake


Posted by: Jacob Deloumi - Los Gatos - Friend form Lockheed   Mar 25, 2011