Rochester NY: June 3, 2016 at age 77. Survived by “his angel on earth” wife, Nancy; son Steven (Suzon) of Ontario, NY; daughter Marcy Marceau, of Gilford, NH; stepchildren Carrie (Nate) Burdick, Ben (Michelle) Walton, Michael Walton; grandchildren Brett Pogoda, Payton Walton, Sadie & Dylan Burdick; sisters Kathi Pogoda and Lauren (Anthony) Puccia; nephew Thaddeus (Courtney) Puccia; cousins and best friend John Pogoda and Paul (Paula) Pogoda. He also leaves many other family and friends.
Dennis’ Services will be held privately.
Nancy & family,
I know there is not much that can be said right now to try to make this better but please know how much you are loved and thought of. I can only think that he and Grandma Moonie are having a get together up there and enjoying each others company once again. Love and prayers to all.
I am so sorry, Nancy. May you find comfort in the presence of his spirit which will be with you always. Love, Jo ❤️🌹
My heart is broken. My sincere condolences to your family.
I will truly miss our conversations about world class Blues guitarists. I hope you are getting a steady diet of Joe Bonamassa, Derek Trucks, and Susan Tedeschi!
Steve & Suzon,
Sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you and My sympathy to your family. Remember the good times you had with him. It helps to provide comfort with your loss.
I was deeply saddened by the news of Dennis passing. My heart felt condolences to you and your family.
I am deeply saddened by the passing of Dennis. I was just thinking of him this morning. I will miss hearing him signing even over the sound of all of the conveyors at work. RIP Dennis.
Deepest condolences to your family. Dennis was a wonderful person and a pleasure to have as a co-worker. His sense of humor and cheerful persona were a blessing and he will truly be missed. Thoughts and prayers to your family during this difficult time.
Nancy, thinking of you and your family. Dennis spoke often of his love for all of you! I enjoyed our conversations immensely – he always made me laugh!! We will miss him!!
My thoughts and prayers are with the family! RIP Dennis
It was truly a pleasure to have known you Dennis. All of us at Coopervision will truly miss you always. RIP & Fly High My Friend
Thoughts & Prayers for the whole family in this difficult time. Dennis was a fun co-worker to work with, love to sing along with his music while working loud & clear. You will be missed Dennis!
Nancy and family,
Please know that you are in my prayers for strength in this new journey without Dennis. From what I know, he was strong willed and a devoted family man. May you be comforted knowing he no longer suffers, but more importantly, he will be your guardian angel and with you every second of every day. Heartfelt sympathy, and warm hugs to you all.
We are so sorry for your loss of Dennis and our condolences to your family.
Dennis was truly unforgetable to our family and will be remembered as a good friend always. I am so glad that we visited recently, his genuine and happy spirit will forever be remembered. Rest in peace, Dennis.
Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. May you take comfort in your memories. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Dennis made every day a fun day at Christopher Press.
Friday lunches with Dennis and Lauren were an extra special bonus.
My prayers are for you and my sympathy is with you.
Good friends are never forgotten.
To the Pagodas,
I well remember Dennis when I visited Kathi and Lauren in Irondequoit many years ago. Such a handsome dude! My prayers and thoughts are with you at a difficult time.
Nancy, I don’t know if you remember me, but I was looking for Dennis on Google and just found this. I’m so sad and sorry for your loss. Dennis and I worked together at Southern Signatures and I did work for him when he was at In Store Media. I had not spoken to Dennis since you moved back to Rochester and was shocked to come across this. I really enjoyed the time we worked together, we had a lot of laughs! I remember when you guys came to my 40th Birthday! The reason I was trying to find Dennis was to let him know that Neil Fernander ( his father used to own In Store Media) was killed in a car crash last night by a drunk driver. I guess they will see each other in heaven. Blessings to you and your family.
Nancy and Family,
Nancy…I’m not sure if I ever met you maybe once if you came into the office. I worked with Dennis at Southern Signatures in Atlanta and he actually sat across from my office. He was always so funny and had great stories. His daily routine when he walked into his office still makes me chuckle.
My thoughts and prayers are with your family. RIP Dennis
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