The Life of Mr. Dennis M. Ferguson
Dennis M. Ferguson, 72, of Krumsville, PA passed away peacefully on Friday, May 5, 2023 in Tower Health - Reading Hospital, with his wife of 50 years by his side. Dennis was the husband of Brenda R. (Gambler) Ferguson, whom he married on July 1, 1972. Born and raised in Kutztown, Dennis was the son of the late Floyd J. Ferguson, and Adelaide A. (Huseman) Ferguson.
He was a 1968 graduate of Kutztown Area High School, briefly attended Keystone State College, and completed cosmetology school. Dennis was employed most recently by East Penn Manufacturing Co., Inc., Lyons, until his retirement. He was previously employed by Kutztown Manor, Holiday Hair, and Alburtis Foundry.
Dennis was an avid deer hunter, NASCAR enthusiast, and die-hard Mark Martin fan. Most of all he enjoyed spending time with his family, particularly weekly Sunday suppers with his children and grandchildren. No one will ever truly fill his seat at the head of the table.
Dennis is also survived by his two children, Andrea L. (Ferguson), wife of Travis L. Bohn, Hamburg, and Gregory S. Ferguson, Krumsville, fiancé of Amanda M. Stimpfl; and four grandchildren, Kaylin, Evan, Douglas, and Austin.
Dennis was a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Kutztown.
Services for Dennis will be held privately by his family.
The family requests contributions be made in his memory to Mission 22 (www.mission22.com), an organization that supports military members and their families.
Ludwick Funeral Homes and Cremation Care, Inc., Kutztown, is assisting the family with arrangements. Memories and condolences may be shared at www.Ludwickfh.com.
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I met Denny when he moved to Highland Ave when I was 5. He and my brothers and me were friends for life. We played baseball and hide and seek, and capture the flag and kick the can. We sledded together and biked together. Had a great childhood. Will always remember our great times. I loved Denny Boy ❤️
Brenda and Family, our Condolences, Prayers, and Thoughts to each one of you. We will never forget all of the great times we had together playing cards, the fun we had at the hunting cabin, your wedding, when Brenda went missing for quite a while. Dennis, Rest In Peace. We will miss you.
What a force! I know he's still busy getting his wings right now and is DEFINATELY in his element again; as the protector of all whom he loved.
Brenda, Andy, Travis, Greg, Mandi, and kiddos...you've all got a true angel and guide watching out for you for the rest of your days here until you meet with him again.
I will forver hold the last hug he gave me, deep in my heart - it was only a year or so after Grammom passed, I had been through the wringer and honestly, it might have been the first and last hug. However, It was a doozy! I felt everything I know he wanted to say to me then, although clearly unnecessary.
That hug felt SO much like a transmission of strength, understanding and protection. All the things he is and was (strong, protective, understanding...) and all these things which he will offer to you in spirit whenever you need him. I know this. Deeply. Peace. 🕊
Met Dennis when our children started playing sports. I even had him as an assistant coach for some time. Always enjoyed being around him.
My Childhood Friend
I'll always remember our fishing and hunting experiences and our daily walks to school. While your earthly adventures came to an end, you now walk among the fields of bright colors, with a full breath of peace, and a new journey you can only experience in your passing. Your family and friends will miss you dearly.
Our deepest sympathies and condolences to Brenda, Andrea, Gregory and grandchildren in your heartfelt loss.
Ron and Sharon Adams