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DT was a good friend for 30 years at Westinghouse to everyone. He always had a smile and glad to talk to you.


Posted by: Dal Nelson - Connellsville, PA   Sep 09, 2020

God bless you and may you Rest In Peace


Posted by: Robert Ridgely - Jacksonville, FL - Friend   Sep 09, 2020

I went to high school with Dennis, He was a great guy always had a smile on his face and would help others. My sympathy to his family.


Posted by: Rosemary Henderson - Classmate   Sep 09, 2020

Unfortunately I never had the opportunity to meet Dennis but I spoke to him many times on the phone via a mutual friend. It is clear that he was loved by many and fought a courageous battle with that horrible disease. Condolences to the Taylor Family.


Posted by: Sandy Turley - South Park, PA - Acquaintance   Sep 09, 2020

Dennis (DT) was a great friend and co-worker. He was highly regarded by his Westinghouse teammates and by many others at utilities all over the country. God speed DT.


Posted by: Brian Vangor - Coworker   Sep 09, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I went to high school with Dennis, and he had the biggest smile and was always so friendly, even if you hadn't seen him for years. You have my sincere condolences. Karen Hudock Guthrie


Posted by: Karen Guthrie - Friend   Sep 09, 2020

Well DT, it was quite a journey! Too many miles and too many smiles. You lived it well and lived it full. Your light will never fade. God bless and keep you, Brother!


Posted by: William Burns - Elkton, FL - Friend   Sep 09, 2020

Rest in peace DT .


Posted by: Lori Rodgers Shaw - Friend   Sep 09, 2020

What a warrior, you gave cancer quite a battle. Mount Pleasant will never ever be the same without you. Please say hello in heaven to Johnny. All my love, Michele King


Posted by: Michele King - Friend   Sep 09, 2020

Rest in peace DT it sure was a pleasure to have known you. You made a difference in this world. Till we meet again my brother. Don Schachte


Posted by: donald schachte - Coworker   Sep 09, 2020