Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Time: 07:00 pm - 09:00 pm
Massapequa Funeral Home, South Chapel
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Time: 02:00 pm - 04:00 pm
Friday, November 2, 2018
Time: 11:00 am
St. Rose of Lima R.C. Church
St. Charles Cemetery
May 1, 2016
September 19, 2015
EDWARD J BARTON posted on 10/31/18
A good and trusted friend
Dennis has been a friend for a very long time. Not the kind of friend you see or talk to every day - but the kind that makes it fell that way every time you meet. From the times he would ask me to give his little girls a call and talk to them as a special character - to the day I retired he was always a breath of fresh air. A serious and productive Agent, and a happy, loving family man. I am sure that when he arrives at the gates of heaven there will be a sign that says "céad míle fáilte, Denis" Welcome home, Dennis.
Donna and Vic Vientos posted on 10/31/18
Our thoughts and prayers are with you all! Dennis was a loving, compassionate, kind man who was truly dedicated to his family,friends, country and anyone who was touched by him ! Heaven gained an Angel !
RIchard Crock posted on 10/31/18
Dennis loved his family, friends and country. He served all with distinction. May God bless the entire McCarthy Family.
Alfred R. DAnca posted on 10/31/18
Dennis was one of the most unassuming and honest fellows I have known. A real person. We served together in Eastern District's Federal Probation Department. He spoke often of his wife and daughters and always with an infectious smile. I believe his life continues but no longer in physical space.
Rest in peace, Dennis.
Mike Honan posted on 10/31/18
A decent human being...He was one of the good guys at U.S. probation,EDNY. A family man, I remember him showing me a new fangled contraption, called a beeper,, explaining that his pregnant wife could be in almost immediate contact with him. I thought that was the coolest!! That was Dennis.
Armin Ali posted on 10/31/18
One of our top officers at US Probation, EDNY, and respected by all. Always smiling or with robust laughter with his jokes and pranks. So very sad to lose him.
Nick Maggio posted on 10/30/18
A true friend and stand up guy, I will miss him .
Manuel Marin posted on 10/30/18
My family and I send our condolences to Dennis' family. May God comfort and uphold you.
Peter Amentas posted on 10/30/18
There was no truer friend and colleague than Dennis. Regardless of the circumstances we found ourselves in, there was an unconditional bond between us. Dennis was a decent, kind and trustworthy man who made all who knew him very proud. God Bless you my brother. I will always miss you. Peter
Sarah Rideout posted on 10/29/18
Prayers for your family. Dennis was a fine man and agent.
Charlie Butt posted on 10/29/18
Prayers for Dennis and his family. To know him is to love him. I was blessed to have had him in my life as a friend and mentor. Always happy to help and guide. He will be missed by all those whose lives he touched and influenced in a positive manner. May God bless him and take him in His care.
Steven Karkos posted on 10/29/18
True friend and gentleman. Worked side by side 20+ years ago when DEA/US Customs worked together at JFK Airport. Exchanged Christmas cards every year since and never lost our friendship....I will miss you my friend.
Charlie Ferrigno posted on 10/29/18
I knew Dennis since we were six.
A fine man. A man’s man.
Sense of humor
He had your back.
Always did the right thing.
I’ll miss him.
Bill Brennan posted on 10/28/18
I'll never forget Dennis' hearty laugh. Here's an example: we were in the field together when an elderly woman's dog got off the leash and she was in great distress. Dennis opened his door and cajoled the pup into the car with "Come here honey and the dog recognized a friendly voice then jumped and jumped into Dennis' lap to be petted then he jumped on my lap and urinated on my pants. Dennis' roaring laugh filled the car until the woman came over and thanked us. Problem is we were late for a retirement party and I kept saying" It wasn't me, Dennis." lured a dog into our car" to some skepticism and a big grin on Dennis' face' . They don't come any better than Dennis.
Danielle Kane and family posted on 10/28/18
In memory of Dennis, Danielle Kane and family lit a candle.
Linda Little posted on 10/27/18
My memory of Dennis was his sense of humor. He was such a funny guy. But most important, a good and decent man and a wonderful loving husband, father and grandpa. He will be missed dearly.
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