Dennis Sackman

Obituary of Dennis Lee Sackman

Dennis Lee Sackman age 73 passed away surrounded by family on November 15, 2022.  Dennis was born to the late LeRoy and Bertha Sackman on September 20, 1949.  Dennis was a proud Veteran who served in the United States Marine Corp from 1969 to 1971 and retired from Grede Foundry in 2008.  Dennis and Judy were united in marriage on December 16, 1989, she survives him.  Along with his wife, he is survived by their four children:  Michael (Angela) Sackman, Holli (Michael) McGeshick, Chris (Jill) Carr, and Jeff (Casey) Carr, and their grandchildren, Emilee, Marcus, Riley, Brady, Sam, Ian, Trey, Julia, brothers: John (Janice) Sackman, and Jeff Sackman.  He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Beverly Bolton, and brother Charles Sackman.

Dennis worked hard his entire life and loved to play softball and shoot pool.  He also enjoyed playing euchre, cruising in his Jaguar, riding his Can-Am and most importantly, helping Veterans.  He was a founding member of Strength In Numbers and gave countless hours of his time to help Veterans in need. He was a Golden Eagle member of the Vassar Eagles Aerie #2380.

A celebration of life will be held 1:00 PM on January 28, 2023 at the Vassar Eagles Club, 651 South State Street, Vassar, Michigan  48768.  In lieu of flowers, consider donating to Strength In Numbers, 705 E. Flint St, Davison, Michigan  48423 or a Veteran’s group of your choice.  The family would like to thank the palliative care unit at the Aleda E. Lutz Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Saginaw, Michigan for their care and compassion.  Arrangements entrusted to Jansen Family Funeral Home - Columbiaville.   Share memories, condolences, and pictures with the family at www.jansenfuneralhome.com  

 

 

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28
January

Celebration of Life

1:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Saturday, January 28, 2023
Vassar Eagles Club #2380
651 State Street
Vassar, Michigan, United States
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