Condolences for Dennis D. Aspenson

Dear Adam, Mike and I just heard yesterday of the passing of you father, Dennis. We liked him very much. He was always willing to help us when we needed him. He was so unselfish and put himself out when we had such a hard time selling our previous home. He did not have to do that but he made sure that his own subs did the work necessary; and it worked. The house sold fast after that. We will miss him. Every time we see one of your open houses we think we need to go in and see Dennis. (I think we will always feel that way) We also miss your Mom, she painted our house. I think it was one of the last ones she did. We are great believers in heaven, and We know that he and Beth are together again. With great affection to you and your parents, Mike and Sandy Hammes
From Mike and Sandy Hammes

Thank you Dennis for being You unapologetically! You have helped create a beautiful & loving family. I have always appreciated your presence in my life. I adored and loved your wife and daughter and appreciated your acceptance of who I am. I respect ✊ how you showed up in the world and appreciate all of the memories we shared. When Emily lost you as a loved one here on earth, I truly believe that you also became a source that is otherworldly, and became an angel in heaven that watches over her. May you take comfort in knowing that you have an angel to watch over you now. I pray to your presence & love ❤️ most sincere condolences to you! Thanks Dennis — it’s been an absolute blessing getting to share so many epic times together. With love, Always in All ways Neil Ryan Dumra
From Neil Ryan Dumra

We were so sad to hear of the passing of Dennis. Our blessing to all the family, friends and those that worked with him. What an awesome man, who loved life and so proud of his accomplishments . We do love living at Traditional Trades.
From Barry and Susan Schaller

MWe are sad at the loss of such a wonderful gentleman. Dennis was a great neighbor and citizen who always had the best interest of the city of Onalaska in his heart. He lived that belief by serving our community in so many ways.
From Thomas & Jan Brock

My heart is hurting for the Aspenson family and their loss of Dennis. He was such a kind man and I have fond memories of conversations during numerous open houses and walks in the neighborhood. I know that he has touched a lot of lives and his memory will live on in the hearts of his family and friends. My deepest sympathy.
From Denise Nicholson

My sincere sympathy to the entire Aspenson Family. Your Dad’s constant civic concern and love for this community was overwhelming. He was of great support to me during my years with the City. His quick wit, uncanny...each of you can be very proud of his love of family, friends and community. God Bless you all during this time.
From Colleen Schultz

David: Please know how sorry I am to hear that Dennis has died. It has been many years since we were children and lived as neighbors (I believe both houses are now the church parking lot). Please greet your mother for me. Marvin Dahl University Place, WA
From Sally and Marvin Dahl

Our thoughts and prayers to the Dennis Aspenson Family. Treasure the memories.
From Calvin & Cindy Marx

Aimee, Adam and Emily, We just learned the news of the loss of your Dad. We are so very sorry. We will always have fond memories of your dad; especially of those "good ole hockey days". Our thoughts are with you. Please accept our deepest sympathy.
From Steve & Vicki Stromberg

Dear Family and Friends, I was shocked and deeply saddened to learn that my cousin Dennis had passed. Dennis, his brother David and his Mom and Dad Charm and Everett were large part of some of my best childhood memories. Later in life, in the all too brief time I got to spend with him, his joy of life and amazing sense of humor kept me smiling and laughing 24/7. On behalf of my family and myself please accept our heartfelt condolences on the loss of this much loved person. His memory will always be treasured. Rick Olson
From Rick Olson

Dennis was an extremely caring and kind man. He made us feel so welcome and comfortable, as we made Onalaska our home. We have been fortunate to have Dennis as part of our family. May his guidance always be with you.
From The Goettels

Our deepest sympathy to all of you ... Dennis was a very special man who always had a smile on his face and a kind word for everyone. He will be dearly missed by many. Our daughter Katey (Fortun) is heartbroken ... and loved Dennis. Chris & Lynn Fortun.
From Lynn Fortun

We hold a special place in our hearts for Dennis and miss seeing him around the neighborhood very much. Tom and I liked going to his open houses and just visiting with him whenever we had a chance. We first met Dennis when I moved my mom to Onalaska into one of his condos. He was gracious, caring (and funny!), made sure the place was ready for her and then always asked about her. Our sincere condolences to Adam and all of Dennis' family. He will be missed.
From Tom Austin and Pam Starcher

Enjoyed knowing Dennis over many years. Always happy to see and talk with, such a positive person. Our prayers and condolences to his family.
From Wes and Dianne Panzer

Vicki and I were so sorry to learn of Dennis's passing. He was a great man- honorable, kind and incredibly good-natured- they don't make 'em any better. We enjoyed his company very much and have many fond memories of times spent in his company. We are better for having known him. If there is anything we can do to be of help at this sad time, we hope you'll call on us.
From Michael Henry

I am sorry for your loss I worked with Dennis at Webster's for many years and he was a great man to work with. May his name be held high for he is a great man and a man of his word
From Ron Solberg

We were shocked to hear Dennis passed away. We had plans to see him here in AZ and were waiting for his arrival. Instead we send our condolences to Aimee, Adam, Emily and the extended family over the sadness at this difficult time. We are so thankful for the wonderful memories of cherished times spent with Dennis and Beth. Both were absolutely such a gift to all the people they encountered. Love and prayers to all of the Aspenson family.
From George and Pam Luecke

Thinking of you Aimee, Adam, and Emily and your families. Dennis and Beth were special people and will always be in our hearts.
From Bruce and Margie Bartschenfeld

So sorry to here about Dennis. Great guy to work with at Webster and as a builder.
From Steve Deyo

Thoughts and prayers to Dennis' s family as they experience this heartbreaking loss. We always enjoyed talking with Dennis at open houses and chating with him in the neighborhood. Dennis will always be remembered as a kind and loving man. Please know that we are thinking of all of you and keeping you in our prayers.
From Denise and Mark Nicholson

Dear Aspenson Family, Cherie and I were saddened to learn of Dennis passing in the Tribune today. We were fortunate to have met and gotten to know Him as he sold us our home on Pine Ridge Drive 16 years ago. Such a wonderful human being and civic minded man. He will be missed.
From Bruce & Cherie Martin

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.He will be missed by the entire Onalaska community.We enjoyed getting to know him and as said, hearing his stories and listening to ours. Rest in peace my friend!!
From Stu & Brenda Hemstock

We send our heartfelt condolence. Dennis was a great neighbor and friend. He will be missed. For over 24 years we saw him almost everyday. He was always a well wisher. We enjoyed his company.
From Ameen and Sanober Ayoob

We met Dennis through a grief group a few years back after the death of his wife and our son. Our group has stayed in touch and connected by meeting for dinner every few months. Dennis had a great sense of humor and told me he cherished our group’s connection as much as we did. We send our condolences to his family. Dennis is now with his wife and in a beautiful place. Cherish your many memories of him. Our group will not be the same without his smiling face.
From Mark and Minda Chamberlain

So sorry to hear about the passing of my friend Dennis. Many memories of hockey coaching days in Onalaska.
From Tom & Wendy Ostlund

My sincere condolences to Aimee, Emily and Adam and the rest of Dennis’s family. I was so sad to hear about his passing. I have so many great memories of him and Beth. He and Rob are probably sharing some pretty good stories in heaven. I know he will be greatly missed. I’m thinking of all of you at this sad time.
From Karen Dunn

I worked with Dennis for many years, he started as a customer but became a great friend. I will cherish the pontoon ride that we went on last summer. So sorry for your loss. Sending Hugs and Prayers your way!!
From Sue and Jeff Butzler

There are not words to describe the heartfelt sadness at the loss of Dennis. He truly touch the hearts of everyone he knew. To you Aimee, Adam ,Emily, and your families. He loved you all more than life itself. He was like a brother to us. He will truly be remembered for his integrity, compassion, kindness and humor that was-showered over everyone he knew. The stories that people will share about Dennis is what will sustain you. The laughter, the tears, and all the wonderful memories will be with you forever. Take comfort in knowing that he is now with the love of his life, our dear Beth. Love you guys and we are ALWAYS here for you. Hugs and Love, M&C
From Michael and Connie Jeffers

So sorry for your loss, Dennis's sweet smile and laughter will be missed by many.
From Bob and Kris Breining

Dennis was such a great guy to deal with as we leased our homes from him. He always made us feel like family, really wanting us to be happy in our home. We know many who have put their trust in Traditional Trades will miss his smiling face and caring ways. Keeping all the Aspenson family in our prayers as they go thru this difficult loss in their lives.
From Bob & Darla Westedt

I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Dennis. I got to know him through a grief group I am a part of and he truly was an inspiring person, always listening, sharing and interacting. You could really tell he cared about people and love interacting with stories and jokes. My thoughts and prayers are with his entire family, of which he was so very proud. I am so sorry for your loss. Continue his legacy, his kind and caring spirit, and love of people. God bless and take care.
From Tammy

Adam and siblings, Our deepest sympathy on the passing of your dad. He was a carrying person whos profound interest was family, youth programs and develpment of our community. Sincerely, Jim and Sue Bialecki Onalaska
From Jim & Sue Bialecki

I am so deeply sorry Aimee, Adam, and Emily for loss of your father. Dennis was just an amazing and kind soul who touched the heart of everyone who crossed his path. So incredibly blessed to have him cross mine. Sending you prayers of strength and serenity.
From Lori Reiter

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family. I so enjoyed Dennis quick wit and sense of humor. May your fond memories sustain you.
From Dale and Jody Walter

My sincerest condolences to Dennis’ family. He was a great man and will be missed. He helped Kenny and I out a lot back in the Webster days and has been good to us ever since. My prayers are with you.
From Lori Enghusen