Dennis Brock

December 10, 1962 - February 5, 2024

Location Of Death: Pondosa, OR United States

Celebrating Life

Dennis Leon Brock, a loving and compassionate soul, was born to us on December 10, 1962, in Nampa, Idaho. He passed away on February 5, 2024. He left behind a legacy of kindness, resilience, and dedication. His spirit was as captivating as his smile, and his life story was a testament to his unique character. As his son, I, Christian, pen down these words with a heavy heart. My father was the embodiment of strength and love, a beacon of hope in our family, and an inspiration to all who knew him. Dennis married the love of his life, Lori, on May 30, 1986, and together they built a beautiful life. His works in life was a testament to his strong beliefs and moral compass. He was a man who loved God and his family above all else. His love and devotion were evident in every aspect of his life. Dennis also had a deep love for the outdoors, with hunting, fishing, and bowling being among his favorite pastimes. His passion for life was truly infectious, touching everyone he met. Dennis never knew a stranger, for every interaction they became a forever a friend. He leaves behind his beloved wife Lori, his two sons Dustin and Christian, and his two daughters Lindsay and Kimberly, with 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. His parents, Dennis and Caroline as well as his sister, Danielle also mourn the loss of their son and brother. Proverbs 20:7: “The righteous man walks with integrity; blessed are his children after him.” A memorial service in honor of Dennis will be held on Saturday, February 10, 2024, at the Baker City Church of the Nazarene, located at 1250 Hughes Lane, Baker City, Oregon, 97814, starting at 2:00 pm PST. As we gather to celebrate his life and cherish his memory, we invite all who knew Dennis to share their memories and upload photos to the memorial page. Let us remember him not with sadness but with love, for his spirit lives on in each of us. As Helen Keller said, “What we have once enjoyed deeply we can never lose. All that we love deeply becomes a part of us.” Let’s keep Dennis’ spirit alive by sharing our precious memories of this remarkable man. Obituary courtesy of Grays West & Co. Pioneer Chapel.

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