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Dennis Lee Counts

November 27, 1961 - December 2, 2021
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
1226 Ross Lane
Granbury, TX 76048
817-573-6825 | Map
Friday 12/10, 11:00 am

Service: 11am, Friday, December, 10, 2021, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints 1226 Ross Ln, Granbury, TX 76048; Visitation: 9-11am, prior to the service.

Dennis Lee Counts of Granbury, Texas was born on 27 November 1961 in Florissant, St Louis County, Missouri. He was 60 years old at the time of his death on 2 December 2021.  Dennis is survived by his beautiful spouse, Stacy Ann (Pitcher) Counts,  and his wonderful children Eva Marie (Counts) Rhees and her husbandContinue Reading

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John Magbuhat left a message on December 9, 2021:
I will miss you my friend. You were an inspiration to everyone and touched so many lives. Thank You. MAY God Be With You. Amen!
John Magbuhat left a message on December 9, 2021:
I will miss you my friend. You were an inspiration and toouched so many people lives. Thank You. MAY god Be With You
John Magbuhat left a message on December 9, 2021:
A Great Man. A Great Friend. A Great Co-Worker. God Bless You and God Be With You. Amen!
Erasmo Pinero Jr left a message on December 6, 2021:
My deepest condolences to the family. I worked with Dennis for a few years on the F-35 fighter program. The obituary that he drafted is right on the mark: He was a super talented engineer with a bright future ahead; but more importantly, he was an example to us all for his strength, his love of family, friends, and co-workers. He was indeed an inspiration. I do regret so deeply that I did not have a chance to see him again after I departed Lockheed Martin in 2012. May the Lord bless him with great rewards in heaven. We will miss you Dennis. Your friend for eternity. Erasmo Pinero Jr. Fort Worth, TX
Mike O'Day left a message on December 4, 2021:
Dennis was the first true friend to welcome me to the neighborhood when my family moved to Florissant, Missouri in 1974. I recognized his talent for science and engineering immediately when he won first place in the science fair at Sacred Heart grade school. We became best friends, and although we drifted apart since we attended different high schools, I chose him as the best man in my wedding because of our great friendship. It was a vey pleasant surprise reconnecting through social media over our love of Cardinals baseball, classic cars, or music. He was a great friend, and will never be forgotten.
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Jon Clauss left a message on December 4, 2021:
Stacy, Eva Marie, Conor and Chloe wanted to pass along to all of you just how highly I thought of Dennis. He was one of the hardest workers I have ever known. His unrelenting focus on do what was right for our customer was his trademark. It was my distinct honor to have work with Dennis
Mason Moit-Counts left a message on December 4, 2021:
I may not have known him and only met him once but I know uncle Dennis was a great man, father, brother, son, and uncle. He was a great person and I’m thankful for the positive impact he had on our family. Fly high with Jets now Uncle Dennis, you will be missed.
Mary Leadley left a message on December 4, 2021:
Deep Sorrow and Symphony Prayers for All of the Family 🙏✝️🙏
Wiley Funeral Home left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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