Guestbook for Dennis Brent Wilkerson
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I worked with Dennis at DPC. He was a great person. I enjoyed his Texas stories. He really enjoyed his dogs.
From Art Ustby

6:13 am - 11/26/17


Dennis and I go back to his time in Mount Vernon as members of the class of '63. Every time he returned to Texas, he had to come by the Dairy Bar for his chicken fried steak. Our class surprised him in October of 2016 with a get together at the Dairy Bar. Members came from Dallas, Longview, Daingerfield Mt. Pleasant, Winnsboro, Seagoville,Bullard, Carrolton, Saltillo, Omaha, Talco, and Mt. Vernon to honor him. He will be missed! He and I talked at least monthly. He did love his family as we talked about them each time we visited. I am so sad that we will never be able to visit again! Miss you already, Dennis. Marilyn Elbert
From Marilyn Elbert

7:41 pm - 11/24/17


I was a classmate and friend to Dennis for most of his school years and afterwards. He was always quick to smile and always fun to be around. He was also a loyal friend. We enjoyed reminiscing about old school days and visiting all the favorite spots from those days when back in Mt Vernon for class reunions. He often sent me pictures of his life on his farm in “God’s Country”. He will be missed.
From Sue Forgy

5:42 pm - 11/24/17


I enjoyed my visits with Dennis at Dairyland and as I saw him in the community after he retired. He faced some serious health issues when I first knew him but he was always positive and had a good outlook on life. I have good memories of him and extend my deep sympathy to his family.
From Brian Rude

9:08 am - 11/22/17


Dennis was a fun person to be around. He always talked about his dog Radar and Texas. My brother and I trained Radar for Dennis and sold Radar as a pup to Dennis. Dennis would come out to our place for training with Radar. That was such a fun time. Dennis would get frustrated with himself for making mistakes. We would just tell him it's okay we all make mistakes. Now just laugh it off and try again. Dennis had a lot of trouble with his kidneys but he never had a bad attitude about it. He kept trying with all his might. Now he is with Radar and all his friends having a grand old time. Thanks for all the memories Dennis and see you soon. Ron Richardson
From Ron Richardson

7:26 am - 11/21/17