Dean Millman

Dean Leon Millman

August 1, 1956 - January 7, 2021
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    Sunday, January 10th, 2021 | 11:00am
    Sunday, January 10th, 2021 11:00am


Donations are being accepted for:
Amputee Coalition

900 East Hill Avenue
Suite 390, Knoxville, TN 37915


Dean Leon Millman, of Owings Mills, MD, passed away on Thursday, January 7th, 2021 at the age of 64. He is survived by his wife, Donna Millman (nee Micciche), his children, Andy Millman, Michael Millman, and Brandon Millman, siblings, Mark (Felice) Millman and Ray (Fern) Millman, his mother, Hannah Millman, and his grandchild, Aiden Millman. He was predeceased by his father, Gerald Millman.

Dean was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and friend.

Services are private. Please omit flowers. Contributions in his memory may be sent to the Amputee Coalition.
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Ellen Davies

Posted at 12:36pm
Dear Donna and family,
I am sending you my sincerest sympathy on Dean going to heaven too soon. May God and good memories (which I know you have a lot of) bring you comfort ❤️

carol maher

Posted at 03:32pm
Dear Donna. I am so sorry for your terrible loss. Life is not fair. This is your second cousin from Philadelphia - Carol Maher. Hannah's first cousin. Love to you and your family. I am so sorry. I know he was a good man. He was taking care of your mother and your mother. Where do you find people like that ? MY husband was like that.- Michael Maher.

Ann holstein

Posted at 01:51pm
Dear Millman Family,

We are saddened to hear of Dean’s passing. He was always smiling and kind to all. Keep his memories in your hearts.

Ann & Ron Holstein

Steve Harris

Posted at 10:18am
Donna, Very sorry to hear about Dean. My condolences to you and the entire family. I was fortunate to share a lot of good times with Dean at White Rocks Marina and later at Kent Hall. Will always cherish these memories.

Craig Friedman

Posted at 08:34pm
Dear Donna . . . I am so sad to that Dean is gone. Over the years he and I have had so many wonderful conversations on Ashley Way . . . . about our lives, our families, our motorcycles, and most recently our dogs. He was always smiling with something positive to say. He actually made me feel happy whenever I spoke to him. I will miss him waving to me riding or driving down the street. There are no suitable words, but my condolences to you and your entire family.

Eileen Albert Geiger

Posted at 02:54pm
I am incredibly sorry about Dean's passing. You are all in my thoughts and my heart.

Andrea Jensen

Posted at 12:46pm
I have nothing not fond memories of Dean as a loving father and husband who absolutely adored his family. My thoughts are with you all, my heartfelt condolences.

Rick Shapiro

Posted at 08:25pm
This takes me way back (almost 50 years!) of being one of your first customers on Hayward Ave. Later on Primrose Ave, I was a customer when Dean was taking over the business. Your family always treated me like family. Dean will be missed.

Lee & Elena Caplan

Posted at 08:00pm
Dear Donna and the Millman family. Elena and I are so sorry and truly heartbroken to hear of the loss of your beloved Dean. Riding by on his bike, rock music blaring, with a big wave hello. When we spoke in person, he always wore a big smile and was genuinely interested in good news we could share. Dean was truly a really nice guy and a gem of a human being. We hope you and your family will find solace in your great memories of Dean too.

Lexi & Corey

Posted at 07:08pm
Donna, Andy, Brandon, and Michael- we are so very sorry for the unexpected passing of Dean. Our hearts are with you and praying that his memory brings you peace and comfort.

Jay Nusholtz

Posted at 05:34pm
To the Millman Family... I am so sorry for your loss. I didn't know Dean very long, but I met him at Hannah More dog park and instantly felt like I had a new friend. I can't imagine that I'm alone in that feeling as Dean was such a warm, caring individual. We became Instagram friends shortly afterward and I saw in his pictures how he loved you all. May G-d bless you with peace and comfort in this difficult time.

Warmest regards.
Jay Nusholtz

Ina & Jeff legum

Posted at 03:38pm
Mark & family: Our sympathy on your loss. May his memory be forever a blessing!


Randee Greenwald

Posted at 02:40pm
Donna and Family- I am so saddened to hear of your beloved Dean’s passing. He was such a kind, vibrant, genuine soul-always with a big smile. Sending thoughts and prayers.

Lou and Barbara Hyatt

Posted at 01:04pm
Dear Hannah,
Lou and I are so sorry to learn of the passing of your son Dean. We send our condolences and may his
His memory be a comfort for you and family.

Larry Levy

Posted at 11:30am
Dear Donna, Brandon, Andy, and Michael:
I got to know Dean when he and Donna brought their son Brandon to my drum studio for lessons. He was actively involved in Brandon's progress and proud of his achievements. Dean had an infectious smile, warm heart, generous spirit, and above all, a great sense of humor. He adored his wife and his sons. I considered Dean a friend. It was an honor to know him. I am so sorry to hear about Dean's passing and feel for your loss. He will be missed. Good guys always are.

Scott Wynn

Posted at 11:02am
Dear Donna and Family,
I am so sorry to hear of Dean's passing. There are no words but know I and many others are thinking of you at this difficult time. Although I had not ridden with Dean for many years now, I did keep up with him some on Social Media and can easily visualize his smile and happiness. Over time may the good memories help to bring you some peace. May his memory be a blessing.

Charlene Diamond

Posted at 10:49am
Sorry for your loss . I will remember Dean from high school to Capt. Jerry’s tees. He was always quick to help me get my tee shirts designed for my women’s Volleyball team at CCBC and club teams when I was coaching. He helped get them designed and completed ASAP! I thank him for always helping a firmer high school alum 😎


Posted at 09:53am
Dear Hannah, Mark and family,
I am so sorry for your loss. May your wonderful memories help you through this very sad time.
Sandy Brenner (mondel bread lady)

Karen Millman Wais

Posted at 09:45am
With a very heavy, broken heart I will always remember Dean as the organizer of all good times, gatherings and events. He loved bringing people together. And, he did it with such joy and excitement. He’s the one that told it to you straight and honestly. His heart was huge. And now, ours are crushed.
I’ll miss you deeply ‘Cuz, forever and always

Howard Sirkis

Posted at 08:16am
One day we will see each other again not as rivals but as friends. Working side by side pushing out tee shirts . l’m on one 12 2 and your on another.Dean was a good guy.l use to love going up against him when we would do bids.

Allison and Aaron Magat

Posted at 08:15am
Donna and family,
We are so sad to hear about the loss of Dean. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.

Stephen Maged

Posted at 06:31am
My sincere condolences to Mark and his entire family

Susan, Fred, Justin and Chelsea Smith

Posted at 10:55pm
Dear Donna,Andy ,Michael and Brandon,
Our hearts are filled with an abundance of sadness over Deans passing. His beautiful smile and warm soul will be forever missed by our family. Please accept our deepest sympathy at this difficult time .

Matt Rathgeber

Posted at 10:20pm
Deepest sympathy to Donna , Hannah and family from your former Bug Man

Donald Criss

Posted at 07:11pm
I have known Dean for about 10 years. To me the most honorable thing you can say about anyone is being true. Dean was True from his heart. They say a pictures say a million years and we all know he loved to take pictures. Just look at his pictures and you can tell his love for his family and friends. The work he has done for the Amp family will always be held in honor. Ride free my friend

Ilene Pyser

Posted at 07:06pm
So sorry for your loss. Hopefully your find memories will help to ease the pain during this difficult time

Nelson Hagy

Posted at 06:48pm
Donna and family. Words cannot express how shocked and saddened I am to hear about Dean. My most heartfelt condolences goes out to you, and the whole Millman family.
Dean was a brother to me. He was my best man at my wedding. Dean taught me so much about what it meant to be a true friend. I have so many memories of our times together. I remember the very first day I met him at Kent Hall while attending University of Maryland. We were instant friends. When we talked, we always referred to ourselves as being 1-2. Like a 1-2 punch.
My heart is more than broken, but crushed. I can’t imagine the enormous loss you’re whole family is feeling.
Dean was always a positive influence on me, a great friend, taught me so much and he will be greatly missed by all that knew him. Farewell my good friend.

Mike Farmer

Posted at 04:41pm
Dean came into my life 6yrs ago. Being a amputee as himself he had a lot of information and influence for me to make my life easier because I ride as well. He brought me to Metro where I met Dennis and they both had changed me for the better. He was always willing to talk to me about the new foot and the direction to go in.
Love you brother... Ride free

Wendy Porter

Posted at 04:24pm
Dear Mark,

Cole and I are so sorry to hear about the passing of your brother. May his memory be a blessing to you and your family.

Shari Berman Caplan

Posted at 03:31pm
Dear Donna, Mikey, Brandon and Andy,
Jerry, Blake, Ashley, David and I are shocked to hear about Dean's passing. Our hearts break for all of you. Dean was one special guy who we always saw with a smile on his face. The world lost a warm wonderful soul, but heaven is one beautiful star brighter. Our love, thoughts and prayers are with you now and always.

Sandy Rivlin

Posted at 03:11pm
Please accept our sincerest condolences on the loss of your beloved brother, Dean.
Sandy & David Rivlin

Hilary Pittler Dutton

Posted at 03:00pm
I am so sorry to hear about Dean’s passing. I have so many fond memories growing up across the street from him on Hopewood Road. My condolences to the entire family.

Shelley Goldberg

Posted at 02:52pm
Dear Donna, Andy, Brandon, and Michael, and family,
I am so sad and sorry to learn of the passing of your beloved Dean. He was such a warm, loving, kind, fun person. A wonderful neighbor on Ashley Way. Sending sincere and heartfelt condolences. Hoping all the great memories will comfort you now and always. RIP Dean.

Carole Seidman

Posted at 02:40pm

Hannah and Family,
I am so sorry to learn the news about Dean. No mother should loose a Child. I want to express my deepest sympathy. I hope good memories will help ease the pain for every one.

Dizza and Barry Levy

Posted at 02:17pm
Dear Mark and family,
Barry and I are saddened to learn of the loss of your brother. We recently lost another friend in her 60’s and this pandemic is like an ongoing night! Condolences to the family and stay safe!

Helena Blitstein

Posted at 02:07pm
Dear Millman Family,
We were so sorry to hear about Dean our condolences to you and the family. What a wonderful person to have know. I have so many fond memories of the boys. Spending time with you and Dean while the boys were being boys. Those memories will always be with us.

phyllis and leonard radinsky

Posted at 02:06pm
just want you to know that we are thinking of the whole Millman family. We will miss our neighbor and friend. Memories are meant to last forever and we have a lot memories to remember.

Marsha Layton

Posted at 01:25pm
Dear Mark, Felice, Hannah and Family:
Please accept my heartfelt condolences on your loss. I hope that loving memories will sustain you and put smiles on your faces in the days ahead. May he rest in eternal peace.

Cathy and Rich Mittleman

Posted at 12:51pm
Our thoughts and prayers with you. We are so sad to hear of Dean's passing.

Robert Lazarus

Posted at 12:50pm
Dear Donna and the Millman Family,
My Sincerest Condolences on the loss of your beloved husband, father, grandfather, son, brother and our dear friend Dean. I have known Dean since we went to Hebrew School together at Liberty Jewish Center on Mormon Avenue....We also went to High School together at Milford Mill and we have kept up our friendship via Facebook these past dozen or so years. Not ONCE have I ever heard a bad word from Dean about anyone or anything.
Dean had more courage then anyone I know. After that terrible motorcycle accident that He and Donna were involved in, one could understand if he gave up riding for good, but not Dean; He got a specially equipped motorcycle to suit his needs so that he could go on riding as if nothing happened.
As has been said many, many times before on previous comments, Dean was one of the GOOD GUYS who I will miss talking with and watching his exploits on Facebook with his family and his dog and his motorcycle rides
Rest easy my friend, and to his family, may his courage and kindness and zest for life keep you smiling during these difficult times, that's the way he would have wanted it for you.

Pam & Rick Frankle

Posted at 12:50pm
Donna and the Millman family,
We are so saddened to hear about Deans passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family.
Seth and Hilary also send their condolences and were saddened to hear about you and your boys loss.
Sending you strength, hugs, and condolences.

Ruth Strauss Stahl

Posted at 12:35pm
To all of the Millman Family,
I was so sorry to hear about Dean! Our families started out together in the old Liberty Heights neighborhood & then moved to Willow Glen around the same time. I have many fond memories over the years & know how much my brother, Richard, enjoyed being with Dean. Thinking of you & sending love & condolences.

Elaine and Jeff White

Posted at 12:34pm
Hannah Jeff and I are so very sorry to hear of your son Dean's passing. Please know you are in our prayers. love Elaine and Jeff White

Ann Wilner

Posted at 12:30pm
Dear Mark & Family,
I am so sorry to hear of the loss of your brother. Hoping that the precious memories that you hold in your heart(s) will be a comfort to you through this difficult time.

Howard & Ann Cornblatt

Posted at 12:09pm
Dear Hannah and family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you doing this most difficult time.

Eileen Leikach

Posted at 11:52am
Dear Hannah and family, Maish and I are thinking about all of you during this most difficult time. Remember all your good memories and take one day at a time.

Bea Yoffe

Posted at 11:24am
Dear Hannah -& Family:
There are not enough words to express my feelings over the loss of your beloved Dean. He was a kind and happy guy, always smiling and always pleasant and kind. - watching him grow up on Hopewood Road - so many fond and pleasant memories. May the memories you have be a source of comfort to you during this most difficult time. He will be missed by many. So very, very sorry.

Joe Roth

Posted at 10:55am
To the entire Millman family, please accept my sincerest condolences on Dean's passing. I've got such fond memories of growing up across the street in Willow Glen at the corner of Hopewood and Ricksway Rds. Dean was like an older brother to me and I will never forget his external ruggedness and his internal kindness. RIP old friend.

Jeannette Grebow

Posted at 10:54am
My love and prayers are with all of the Millmans. Dean was such a wonderful and loving man.
He will truly be missed by all who knew him.

Sandi Eisenberg

Posted at 10:37am
Dear Mark, Hannah and Millman Family,
I am so saddened to hear of Dean’s passing. He truly was one of the good ones! May your memories be a blessing to hold him in your hearts forever.

Joel and Robynn Segall

Posted at 10:35am
My sincere condolences to the Millman family. I have such fond memories of Dean with his family; particularly, with his boys, playing one sport or another. I will always remember his smile, kindness and humility.

Susan Kaplan Walder

Posted at 10:32am
Dear Hannah,
It is with great sadness when I read about the loss of Dean. I always remember your mother Nettie
talking about her grandchildren. Now that I am a grandmother, I find comfort to always remember those who meant so much who are no longer with us at this time. My parents Irv & Iris Kaplan had so many friends that we were one family. I remember how my mother would explain the family relatives. That is how it was back in the day . Everyone worked hard with smiles on their faces and happy without so much anger that we see today. My dear Hannah may you find comfort in those memories.

sheldon caplan

Posted at 10:27am

Amy & Mitchell Heyman

Posted at 09:53am
Dear Millman family,
We are so sorry for your loss. Sending our sincere condolences to you during this difficult time.

Ruth Sandler

Posted at 09:37am
Dear Millman Family I am so very sorry to hear of Dean,s passing. I fondly remember all the good times our two families had together when he was young. He was truly a fine man.

Amy and Lewis Dardick

Posted at 09:29am
Donna and family,
The Dardick family mourns with you over the passing of your beloved husband , father and son. Lewis and I enjoyed talking to Dean so many times during our walks up the street and he always asked about our family with genuine interest. We had a nice talk with Andrew last night, recalling memories from 3PM shows to evenings in your hot tub. Know that Dean was loved by many and that he will never be forgotten.

Arlene and Harry Fox

Posted at 09:15am
Dear Donna and boys.
We were so sorry to hear of Dean’s passing. Please accept our condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this most difficult time.

Melanie (Rottenberg) Greenberg

Posted at 09:08am
Donna and Family. Heartbroken beyond belief. Thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. Feeling very fortunate to have wonderful memories of Dean throughout my childhood! May his memory be a blessing.

Jane Ackerman Goldstrom

Posted at 09:00am
Dear Donna,
My heart breaks for you and your family. Although it’s been many years, I still have wonderful memories of you and Dean. We shared some fun times together and I’ll always remember Dean as an all around nice guy. May his memory be a blessing.

Gail Davis Silberman

Posted at 08:19am
Donna, Mark, Neal, Hannah and the entire Millman family,
I was so sorry to hear of Dean’s passing. I always remember Dean’s smile and sense of humor.
Please accept my sincere condolences thoughts are with you. May his memory be a blessing.


Emily & Howard Goren

Posted at 08:10am
Millman Family,
We are sad. We are so very sorry for your loss. Howard has known Dean since Jr High and we also had a great time through Timbergrove Elementary! Wishing you peaceful days and knowing what a Great Guy Dean was to this community....

Myles Lichtenberg

Posted at 07:42am
Donna & Family,
So sorry and saddened to learn of Dean’s passing. So many memories come rushing back raising our children on Ashley Way together he was always so kind and affectionate, a super nice guy you were lucky to call friend. Our heartfelt condolences, sincerely.

Cathy and Sheldon

Posted at 07:38am
Dear Donna,
We are so sorry. Dean was such a good friend who I met when we both started school at Milford. We spent so many hours together back in those days. Parties, water skiing, long talks, the trip to Florida. You and your boys are in our hearts. May Dean's memory be a blessing.

Mary Jane Snyder

Posted at 07:13am
Dear Donna, Hannah and family:
Sending strength and love to you all at this most difficult time. Dean was a light of joy for so many. I treasure the many memories of our friendship and antics we shared as youngsters. May his memory be a blessing to all who were lucky to have been in his life.

Sara Saiontz-Hayes

Posted at 07:11am
Donna, my heart aches to hear of Dean’s passing. He was a great guy, always sweet, and had a smile that just warmed your heart. You two were such a great couple and the love you had for each other was so obvious! My deepest condolences to you, Hannah, and the boys (and the rest of the family) on this horrific loss. May Dean’s memory be a blessing.

Carol Billian

Posted at 06:24am
To The Millman Family,
Very sorry to hear of your loss. I went to Hebrew School with Dean. He always had a smile on his face that could light up the room. Dean was one of the good guys.

Robert Yospa (aka Gar)

Posted at 06:12am
Dear Millman Family,
I am lost for words as my heart is broken as soon as I heard about Dean. Always with a smile, always with good intentions and a true Mench with a big heart stand out. We had some great times together on our 2 wheels and together continued to be friends over the years. I am proud to call him my friend and grateful to have been in his life. There will now always be a void. Rest in Peace Neppy. You da man!

Steven Schwartz

Posted at 05:51am
Donna and all of you
I wish there was something to say to make it better. I was devastated to hear about Dean he was a great friend I was blessed to have his friendship in my life he will never be forgotten I will hold all the memories we had I know we haven’t been close in years for my actions but I always loved Dean he we through allot together and he was always there for me and me for him our days of SOB and being there for him has made my life he was dear to me
Only thing I can say is Capt Jerry is hugging him now and I know they are happy to see each other again Neptune and Tarzan forever that is stamped in my heart RIP my Brother

Ken Shapiro

Posted at 11:30pm
Donna... Dean was simply a mensch. I always enjoyed him. He brought joy to me many times, as I hope I did to him. Peace to you.

Debbie Satisky Handelman

Posted at 11:24pm
Sending our deepest condolences on the loss of your beloved son, husband, father, grandfather and brother, Dean. There are no words to comfort you as you mourn such a tragic loss. We pray that all your beautiful memories comfort you at this sad time and may Dean's memory always be for a blessing. Our hearts go out to all of you.

Kevin "Freedom" Goodman

Posted at 10:20pm
Donna and Millman family, I am very saddened by Dean's passing. He was a wonderful man, generous, warm, friendly, a very willing student when he was learning how to ride, who became a superb rider. An inspiration to others who had lost limbs and suffered. Condolences to you all.

Ilene (Wood) Gold

Posted at 09:38pm
I am so sad to hear of Dean's passing. He was one of the nicest guys.

Sylvia & Craig Roe

Posted at 08:47pm
Donna and Family:
Deepest sympathy to you in the loss of Dean. Our hearts are breaking with you. He was such a friendly and outgoing friend and neighbor that will forever be missed but remembered as a special person in his love of Family and Life.
May Peace be with each of you.

Betty & Gary Hyman

Posted at 08:21pm
We are so sorry to hear about your son. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this most difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing.


Sara Glik

Posted at 08:15pm
Donna and family, I'm so sorry for your loss. Dean was such a great guy and I have fond memories of him and you from years ago. I am saddened by your loss and know that he will forever be in your heart. Please know we are thinking of you.


Posted at 07:46pm


Kevin & Olivia Foreman

Posted at 07:10pm
Liv and I are so saddened by your loss. I have so many fond memories spending time at your house. Dean was one of a kind and will be greatly missed. Our hearts go out to all of you.

Sheryl Berger

Posted at 07:05pm
I am so sad to hear about the passing of Dean. I grew up 2 doors away from him and had the honor to work for Capt. Jerrys through high school and college summers. I ram into Dean not long ago in Owings Mills and we spent a long time catching up. Donna, Hannah, Neil, Mark and Sons...I am so sorry! Dean was one of a kind!

Ira and Shelly Malis

Posted at 05:42pm
Shelly and I want to extend our deepest condolences on Dean's passing. We have so many fun memories of parties on Ashley Way. I was driving this summer and drove past your house and Dean was tinkering in the garage with the dog by his side. We caught up as if it was still 1990. We pray that your faith and your family get you through this difficult time.

Ken Meltzer

Posted at 05:29pm
I am so sorry to hear of Dean's passing. He was a great guy with a wonderful sense of humor. Every time I saw him (which was often, since we were next-door neighbors), he always had a smile on his face. My condolences to his entire family. This is way too soon for Dean to leave us.

Stuart Fox

Posted at 05:26pm
So shocked to hear about Dean's passing. He always had a great "smile ". Anytime I'd bump into him,he would update me on his brothers and our mutual friends . He will be missed by all who were lucky enough to know him.
May his memory be a blessing .

Ira & Saralee Bernstein

Posted at 05:07pm
Dear Donna and family,
We were saddened to hear of Dean’s passing. We will always remember his love of family and friends. He had a zest for life and was an inspiration to those who knew him. Know that we are thinking of you at this difficult time. May his memory be for a blessing.

Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah

Posted at 04:52pm
The congregation at MMAE is deeply saddened by the loss of Dean MIllman, the beloved son of our member, Hannah Millman. We are further saddened that we cannot offer you a real shoulder to cry on and to cry with. But please know that our virtual hugs and tears are with you in this difficult time. May Dean's memory always be for a blessing.

HaMakom yenachem etchem b'toch shaar aveyley Tzion v'Yerushalaim
May G-d comfort you among the mourners of Zion and Jerusalem

Jeff Forman

kim pritt

Posted at 04:29pm
dean was 1 in a million and will be missed by so many. he would help anyone who he came across with anything they needed and wanted nothing in return. anyone that knew him was lucky to have him in their lives. his passing has left a huge hole in so many peoples heart. there will never be anyone like him. until we meet again my friend.

Cathi Coppel Kletz

Posted at 04:07pm
So very sorry to hear about Dean. My heart goes out to the family. Great memories of growing up and Willow Glen swim club. Great guy.

Henry, Susan, Jason, Geri, Jaclyn & Jamie Rosenberg

Posted at 04:01pm
Dear Donna, Andy, Michael, and Brandon,
We have the fondest memories of time shared with Dean and your entire family - from early morning water skiing and bike riding to wonderful and warm family celebrations. He thoroughly enjoyed life and sharing his fun with all those around him. There is a large hole in our hearts , but it is filled with wonderful memories that will last forever.

Jeff and Michelle Abel

Posted at 04:01pm
So Sorry Donna, Andy, Brandon and Micheal for the loss of our cousin Dean. We will always remember the good times that we shared with him. Dean had a heart of gold. We will miss him very much.

Lori Satisky

Posted at 04:00pm
Mark, Hannah and Family, I'm so sorry to hear of the passing of Dean. May all your memories be of a blessing

Steve Silber

Posted at 03:54pm
Mark & Family
Sorry to learn of you’re Mom’s passing
my thoughts & prayers go out to you & your family.

Adrienne and Sidney Millman

Posted at 03:42pm
Our dear nephew, Dean, was a wonderful loving and caring man. He displayed a kindness and concern for all those he knew as well as those he met along the way. A loving husband, father, grandfather, son and brother. We will always remember and love our Dean.

Scott and Renee Furman

Posted at 03:35pm
So so sorry Donna and the boys. Heartbroken beyond belief. Thoughts and prayers go out to you all. Renee and I, send our love and deepest condolences. A true mensch and a great friend. Dean, you will be missed.

Nancy Kaplan

Posted at 03:32pm
Dear Hannah and family, I'm very sorry for your loss. God bless your family at this time.

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