Dennis L Stone

Born: Wed., Mar. 18, 1953
Died: Thu., Mar. 26, 2020


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Dennis L. Stone, 66, of Winchester, passed away on Thursday, March 26, 2020, at Reid Health in Richmond.  He was born on June 18, 1953, Moncton New Brunswick Canada to Layton and Doris (Garland) Stone.

Dennis was a graphic artist and photographer.  He was member of Abate of Indiana as well as the Graphic Artist Guild.  Dennis also enjoyed riding motorcycles, hunting and hiking.

Dennis is survived by his wife, Marsha Stone; his son, Christopher (Mel) Stone of Victoria British Columbia; step sons, Adrian Patterson and Daniel Hughes, both of Winchester; three grandchildren, Austin Patterson, Kaitlynne Hughes and Haydan Hughes; two sisters, Donna (Jerry) Watts and Darlene Younger, both of Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada; and several nieces, nephews and great nieces and nephews. 

Dennis is preceded in death by his parents.

Dennis will be cremated and there will be no public services.

Walker Funeral Home in Winchester is entrusted with the arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at www.walkerswinchester.com.

 

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Stephen and Dary (Stone) Wallace
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
Chris and Marsha, sorry to hear of my brother's passing. We had planned to come visit when the weather warmed up. But....Hugs from PEI. Stephen and Dary (Stone) Wallace

Glen Metcalfe
   Posted Thu March 26, 2020
We are deeply saddened by the passing of our old friend Denis. I was thankful for the fact that he reached out to us last year and we were able to rekindle our friendship.

The Metcalfe family,
North Shore, PEI

Wendy Andrews
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
My sincere condolences to Marsha and the family. Dennis and I are first cousins on my mother's side, but I haven't seen him in years. As children we pretty much were together all the time and he was my brother Terry's "twin", they looked so much alike. I feel his loss but take comfort in knowing he will be with many family members who have passed before. R.I.P. We will meet again some day.

Steve Dernier
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
RIP, cousin Dennis. Condolences to you Marsha and his family.

Gerry and Sandi (Donna) Watts
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
Dear Marsha, Chris, and family. It is with a heavy heart that we are sending our condolences. We never expected to lose our loved one at such a young age. Growing up with Dennis leaves us with so many wonderful memories which we will treasure always. He will surely be missed. Much love and prayers.

Jordan Watts
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
RIP Uncle Dennis. I really enjoyed our conversations back in the day in Calgary, and your unique perspective on life. Given that my own now may not be too far away from yours (at least back then), who knows, maybe you had a bigger influence on me than either of us realised. Hanging out with you, Joel, Marsha, and Chris was always fun, and who else back then had a computer that took voice commands!? Of course, it was only "a tool, just like a hammer, or a nail." Love you. You will be missed.

My condolences to you Marsha, Chris, and family.

Julie (Elmers) Wynands
   Posted Fri March 27, 2020
Marsha and Chris, very sorry for your loss. I am one of Dennis' cousins that live in Nova Scotia. Have a lot of warm memories of exploring the beaches on PEI with Dennis and family, loads of laughs at family reunions, and all the fun we had, as kids, at EXPO 67. Dennis will be missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Melissa
   Posted Sat March 28, 2020
"There are far, far better things ahead than any we leave behind." Safe journey, Uncle Dennis. We will meet again on the other side. I'm glad you had Marsha by your side. May the love of her family bring her comfort and peace during this time.

Barry K Stone
   Posted Sun March 29, 2020
Marsha and family please accept my condolences on your lost. I am one of Dennis's first cousins from the Stone family. Although I have not seen him in many years I certainly have fond memories of him at family events during our youth. May God bring you peace and comfort in the days and months to come.

Barry Stone Shubenacadie East N.S.

Gary and Marjorie Maund
   Posted Tue March 31, 2020
Marsha, Chris and Family,
Marjorie and I were saddened to hear of Dennis’s passing and appreciate that we were able to FaceTime with you both a few weeks ago. Dennis holds a special place in our hearts with many wonderful memories time spent together in P.E.I. and Yellowknife, NWT. Dennis was a great friend and we will miss him. Love Gary, Marjorie, Corey and Amy Maund Yellowknife NWT.

Karen & Kelly Rich
   Posted Wed April 01, 2020
A childhood friend, a lifetime friend!
Dennis will be in our hearts forever.
RIP our friend....
Condolences & Love Karen & Kelly

Joel Watts
   Posted Sun February 07, 2021
RIP Uncle Dennis. Always Mr. Cool.

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