Dennis J. Ragan
October 20, 1950 - March 19, 2020
Dennis J. Ragan, age 69 of National City, passed away unexpectedly on
March 19, 2020.
He is survived by his loving children; Justin Ragan of National City,
Hillerie (Dan) Rettelle of Traverse City, Sunny (Chris) Puzjak of
Georgetown, KY and Cory Ragan of National City. Adored
granddaughters; Chloe and Sammie. Three brothers, two sisters, extended
family and many friends also survive.
Mr. Ragan worked as a Chauffer in the Metro Detroit area for several
years where he had the privilege of caring for the transportation needs
of many people including Boxer; Tommy Hearns and his trainer;
Emanuel Steward. After he moved to the North, Dennis enjoyed fishing,
woodworking, bowling, horseshoes, being known as the “Limo Guy” to
his friends at Rainbow Gardens and he cherished time spent with
friends and family.
Per his wishes, Dennis has been cremated. A Celebration of Life Service
will be announced at a later date.
Memorial contributions may be made in memory of Dennis to; Locks of
Love (234 Southern Boulevard, W. Palm Beach, Florida 33405-2701)
R.I.P. Love and prayers to the family
— Patti Whitford
Cory - so sorry to hear, always enjoyed talking to your Dad at the Rainbow. Let Amanda know if there is anything we can do. The Stanfills
— Mary C Stanfill
Sending peace and grace to you all. Corey and Sunny, I'm sending you great big hugs also. May his transition be beautiful. You will be missed, Dennis.
— Tracee Lentz
Our love and sympathy. Kiteman Jack and Diana Quinn
— Diana Quinn
So sorry for your loss. He was quite a character and I enjoyed my talks with him. I will miss him.
— Gary Rapp
A really great guy. Never forget Lapeer Lanes. R.I.P my friend. Sincere condolences to his family and friends. You will surely be missed.
— LuAnne Hasler
Sympathy to Dennis's family & friends. I grew up with Dennis (he lived down the street) but hadn't seen him in many, many years. So very sorry to hear of his passing, rest in Heaven!
— Kristine Maxwell Ball
Sunny and Corey,
I am so sorry to hear about your dad. I just talked to him last week and as usual he talked about what you two were doing. He was very proud of both you and I always enjoyed hearing the news.
— Pam Frank
Hippie will be so missed, if you need anything please let us know. Peace, Love, and Light! The Branzei Family