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Joseph R.Frick Sr, lit a candle
Monday, December 11, 2017
Joseph R.Frick Sr, posted a condolence
Monday, December 11, 2017Kathy,When i read Deans obit,in the Leger,i was saddened to see Deans passing.believe it or not,the last time we spoke,was at Buff's funeral.my-my how time passes.To this day i have fond memories of all the adventures that the 3 of us had in our "teens"and early 20's,especially our trip to Miami beech,at our spring break from college.along with memories of our"car days" hanging out at charcoal treat,the K-9,and various other burger joints. boy we sure had fun,the 3 of us, unfortunately Lu and I never had the pleasure of meeting Deans sons,but if they are anything like their dad,then they are GREAT guys. once again,i believe that Dean is in a better place,then us humans,and surely looking down upon us every day SO SORRY FOR YOUR LOSS,and to your family as well. i remain,as always Dean,and Buff's friend, Joe(Sonny) Frick
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Monday, December 11, 2017
Steven Day & Tim Thudium posted a condolence
Sunday, December 10, 2017It breaks our heart to hear the news of Dean. He was an amazing friend and his grandchildren were usually the topic of our conversations. I was his massage therapist and friend for 15 years. He and Kathy treated us as friends and not just employees at the Breakers. The family has been on our minds, heart and prayers. This is truly a heart breaking loss. I feel honored to know Dean and know I have a true guardian angel. Love, Steven and Tim
Emily posted a condolence
Saturday, December 9, 2017I'm so sorry for your loss. May you find comfort from the words of our Heavenly Father, JehovahGod, found in 2 Corinthains 1:3,4 and remember the only we have in the fulfillment of His promise in Acts 24:15 of the resurrection. With my sincere and deepest condolences.
Roberta posted a condolence
Thursday, December 7, 2017To the family of Dean O'Hare Please accept my sincere condolences. I have taken comfort knowing that God . . . will wipe all tears from their eyes, and there will be no more death, suffering, crying, or pain.”—Revelation 21:3, 4 The Bible, however, holds out a much different hope. As we have previously noted, the Scriptures indicate that it is possible to be reunited with your dead loved one in the near future, not in an unknown heaven but right here on earth under peaceful, righteous conditions. And at that time humans will have the prospect of enjoying perfect health, and they will never have to die again. ‘But surely that is wishful thinking!’ for some may say. For words of encouragement please go to JW.org Sincerely, Roberta
Glenn Fogarty lit a candle
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Glenn Fogarty posted a condolence
Wednesday, December 6, 2017I worked for Chubb for 8 years, half of that time under Dean. I have very fond memories of Mr. O'Hare, and always found him to be a classy, considerate and inspirational person. In the holiday season, he would go around to the desks of employees and thank them personally. That type of humility and gratitude is rare among today's CEOs. As a new employee at Chubb in the early 2000s, he was personally encouraging to me (even saying "Nice suit, young man!") as well as a source of witty and insightful remarks that cut straight through cluttered thought processes. His patriotic response to 9/11 was exemplary. Thank you, Mr. O'Hare, and God Bless your family and memory.