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Funeral services for William A. ‘Redrock’ Dennis, 69, of Bridgeport, will be Wednesday, January 5, 10:00 am, at Cuba Road Church in Bridgeport with burial to follow at West Bridgeport Cemetery. Visitation will be Tuesday, 6-8 pm at Hudson and Torres Family Funeral Home.
‘Red’ Dennis was born on June 12, 1952 in Nocona, Texas, to Clinton S. and Frances E. Miller Dennis. He graduated from Bridgeport High School in 1970 and worked in the oilfield until 2015 when he retired. He was active in Cub Scouting, was a longtime athletic booster and enjoyed fishing and going to church. ‘Red’ received the Dr. Hunter Humanitarian Award for his work with the youth in Bridgeport.
He is survived by his wife Cathy of 44 years; sons, Jay and wife Naomi Dennis of Chesapeake, VA, and Jonathan Dennis of Bridgeport; daughter, Charity & husband Billy Young of Bridgeport; grandchildren, Michael, Erica, Dylan, Caleb, Alexis, Leland, and Zoe; brothers, Butch Dennis of Sun Valley, NV, and Clinton Lee Dennis of Bridgeport; sisters, Mary Carter & husband Tim of Brock, TX, and Penny Andrew & husband Jackie of Bridgeport; and countless nieces, nephews, and cousins.
He is preceded in death by his parents and his stepmother, Virginia Dennis.
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