Dennis Ray Quesnell

Dennis Ray QuesnellDennis was a well loved man. He was born in the Seattle area and has lived out his life there. He was well respected by all that knew him. He was a loving, caring husband and father. He always tried to be the best that he could be in all that he did. He had a love for both family and cars. His hobby was working on cars, whether for fun or to help support his family. He is and will forever be a great man.

 
He was not only a father but a best friend to me, he taught me so much. He always had a way of cheering people up. My dad always helped people no matter how well he knew them.
~ Jonathan Johnson ~

As dad became a grandfather his love for family grew. He had a big heart, he loved sharing his love for cars with two of his grandsons, and continuously showed his love and support for all his grandkids. He was not just my dad, but he was also my best friend and he taught me so much in life.
~ Cindy Quesnell ~

My dad was my role model. He showed me what a loving husband and father should be. He also shared with me his love and passion for cars. His favorite spot was in the garage near one of his many projects. I am grateful that I was able to be his side kick and learn so much from a well educated man. He will forever be in my heart.
~ David Quesnell ~

Dennis was a great husband, he loved to give people a bad time. One way you could tell that he liked you is because he would pick on you. Of course he always picked on people, so he must have liked everyone. He was a great partner in life, and I am grateful to have had the chance to get to know him on all levels. It was my honor to take care of him from the time we met, throughout our marriage and during his final days. We sadly said goodbye to him on February 13th, 2016 @ 11:59 p.m. in the privacy of our own home in SeaTac.
~ Connie Quesnell~

I may not understand why I will never see my Papa again, but I do know that I am happy to have had the time that I did with him. “I loved my Papa, he was my best friend. I miss my Papa everyday, and everyday I will look for him.”
~ ArieBella ~Mom and Dad

He is survived by his:
(wife)Connie Quesnell (sons)Jonathan Johnson and David Quesnell (daughter)Cindy Quesnell (Grandkids)Jesse Johnson, Corey Johnson, Casey Johnson, Tyler, ArieBella Quesnell, David Quesnell Jr.(Brothers)Gordon Quesnell, Larry Quesnell, Gary Quesnell, Darren Reynolds, and Jason Reynolds (sister)Theresa Sager, Lorena Hartzog, Anita Moreno

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One Response to “Dennis Ray Quesnell”

  • Laura Bonawitz says:

    I’ve known Dennis my whole life and he’s always been a father figure to me. He taught me so many things about cars, and we worked together on my Jeep Comanche many times. If I had half the smarts of this man I’d never have to take my car into a shop.
    Dennis was always willing to help anybody and share his knowledge. He’ll be greatly missed. My condolences to the family.

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