Dennis Martin Underwood

Born: Sun., Dec. 12, 1954
Died: Wed., Jul. 7, 2021


Celebration of Life

1:00 PM Sat., Jul. 17, 2021
Location: Lighthouse Church


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Dennis M. Underwood, 66, of St. Clair, went home to Our Lord, on Wednesday, July 7th, 2021.

Born in Pottsville, PA on December 12, 1954, he was the son of the late Charles M. and Mary T. (Sullivan) Underwood.

Denny was a self employed contractor and was a member of the Lighthouse Church in Orwigsburg.
 
In his free time, he loved to hunt and fish.  
 
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a sister Judith Ann Pollman.
 
Denny is survived by his wife, Chantel J. (Whelski) Underwood, St. Clair; a son Kyle Underwood, Ohio; a daughter Denielle Underwood, Friedensburg; three grandchildren Gaige, Colton, and Laney Grace; two brothers: Richard Underwood and his wife Cynthia, Bluffington, SC and Charles R. Underwood, Lake Wynonah; a sister, Lori A.Seddon, Pottsville; nieces and nephews.
 
A Celebration of Life Service will be held at the Lighthouse Church in Orwigsburg at 1PM on Saturday, July 17th, with Pastor William Orff officiating.
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Richard Underwood
   Posted Wed July 14, 2021
Denny and I had many crazy times together when we were young. We were almost always together with Rusty.You could find us catching frogs or crayfish down by the old Acme of we sometimes hung out at the old train station. We were responsible for many of our poor Moms grey hair. In 1966' ,April 18th to be exact ,we were enrolled in Milton Hershey School. We were separated our first year because of grade but were reunited when I hit 5th grade. We shared a bedroom and except for school, we were always together.We didn't realize it then but Milton Hershey was good for us and Mom did right putting us there. We were mischievious to say the least but we were both honor students. We went out separate ways in high school. We were not as close as adults although we got closer in these past few years. I have many,many memories of our years growing up. I loved my brother and he will be missed. Praise God my brother found Jesus and truly believed.As we are promised,if we believe,we to will live eternally with our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. So today,I believe my brother has met Jesus and is rejoicing in God's promise. I can't say RIP because Denny is now free from pain,suffering,and enjoying eternal life.Praise GOD!! Love, your brother Rick

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