In Memory

Dennis Daffron

Dennis Daffron

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09/26/13 05:03 PM #1    

Garth Westover



Comments:    BORN- FEB.19,1943---
LIBERTY - William Dennis “Denny” Daffron, 70, lifetime Ogden area resident passed away peacefully in his home in Liberty of natural causes on September 3, 2013.

The son of William and Pearle Olsen Daffron, Denny was born on February 19, 1943 in Ogden, graduated from Ogden High School, Class of 1961, and married his high school sweetheart, Colleen Nylander. They later divorced.

He then married Julie Stephens, and after she passed away in February of 1983 he remained single, but devoted to his extended family, whom he dearly loved.

Denny worked as a Journeyman Lineman for Utah Power & Light for 38 years before retiring. A proud member of the NRA and an active competitive dog showman, Denny loved raising and showing shelties, especially his recent champion show dog “Danny”.

He will be remembered most for the love he had for his family, friends, the outdoors and his beloved Shelties.

Denny is survived by his brother, Spencer J. (Christine) Deschamps and nephew, Taylor J. Deschamps, all of St. Helens, Oregon; and cousins, Nancy (Paul) Camarote from Maple Grove, Minnesota and Robert Gus from Port St. Lucie, Florida.

A Memorial Gathering will be held on Friday, September 13, 2013 from 2 to 4 p.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd.

Private interment, Lindquist’s Washington Heights Memorial Park, 4500

10/31/15 07:28 AM #2    

Madeline Pappas (Coleman)

Dennis was truly one of the best friends I had ever achieved in my life.

He is missed very much and most of all, I miss his weekly calls checking up on

Gary and I.    I know he is in a better place, and always thinking of

his football going across a field some where.    He will be rejoycing

when the Mets possibly win the World Series 2015.  

10/31/15 10:43 AM #3    

Cathie Carter (Soutas)

I remember Dennis for his quiet and kind manner despite his physical strength and stature. He possessed both a sense of humor and a sense of propriety. He contributed much to OHS and the class of '61. He will be missed ... it sad to learn of his passing.

Cathie Carter Soutas



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