Dennis A. Meyer - Morris Nilsen Funeral Chapel

December 5, 1935 - February 6, 2013

Dennis A. Meyer, age 77, of Mound, MN. Preceded in death by parents, Alvin J. Meyer, MD and Lorraine G. ( Meincke ) Meyer, and aunts, Verniel Caskey and Aranda Meincke. Survived by special friend, Marie Heskowitz; close friends and neighbors, Art and Cindy Pratley and family and many other dear friends. Dennis was a collector car enthusiast and a charter member of Corvettes of Minnesota.

Memorials are preferred to North American Indian Ministries, Inc. (NAIM ), P. O. Box 17583, Sugar Land, TX 77496 or Lil Farm Childrens Home, Inc., 34075 Jefferson St.  NE, Cambridge, MN 55008.


  1. Kelly childs says:

    I love and miss u Denny :(

  2. The Abrahamson's says:

    Dennis will be missed on Tonkaview Ln.

  3. Patti-(Ox Yoke) says:

    I had not seen Dennis in a few weeks so I was concerned. Over the years I have learned many interesting facts from Dennis. I will always remember him as one of the nicest customers I ever had. God bless you!

  4. Art Jr and Kim Hansen says:

    Happy to have met you. May you rest in peace Dennis.

  5. Stephen Ward says:

    We lived across the street from Dennis for over 40 years. Dennis loved to visit! Over 40 years, we figure we had at least one conversation with Dennis per week or over 2,100 conversations with Dennis during that time. Our conversations included spirited discussions about childhood memories, Dennis’s parents and Aunts, music, lake community events, City of Orono ordinances, Lake Minnetonka water quality, religion, politics, auto racing, vintage motorcycles, vintage cars, health issues, time management or lack there of, and many other interesting topics. Dennis was knowledgable about each topic and loved to focus on the fine details of an issue. No matter the topic, Dennis would usually wrap up the conversation with an interesting story about an automobile.

    Dennis was smart, curious, well read, friendly, loquacious, quirky, generous, kind, and he had good sense of humor. Dennis was a good man, an unforgettable character, and a terrific neighbor. We are saddened by his death and will miss him.

    Stephen & Joanie Ward

  6. Garry Yazell says:

    Dennis you will be missed by all of your car club friends, you never had a bad thing to say about anyone and you were a great source of knowledge about cars and life. May you rest in peace, and thank you for being our friend.

    Garry & Mickey
    Walter P. Chrysler Club
    10,000 Lakes Region

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