Donald Dwight Cummins

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Donald Dwight Cummins


Donald Dwight Cummins, aged 93, passed away at McKee Medical Center under hospice care on February 8, 2017. A celebration of his life will be held on Wednesday, February 15 at 11:00 AM at Highline Community Church, 6160 S Wabash Way, Greenwood Village, Colorado 80111. A reception will follow at the church. He is survived by his daughter Diana Wolfe and her husband Douglas, his daughter Donna Deubler and her husband Steven, and his grandchildren, Mark Deubler and his wife Jenna, and Meghan Hoppe and her husband Stephen. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Pilgrim Congregational Church of Denver, 4729 Vine Street, Denver, Colorado 80216.


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  1. Dear Di & Doug,
    Please accept this note as our heartfelt condolences on the passing of "Daddy". I have so many reminders of your Daddy, and I will think of him always as my friend. Whether picking up a tennis ball, cooking salmon on the grill for him, or looking across at the Queen Mary, I will remember his kind face, beautiful smile, and his love of God. I'll bet that Daddy is sitting in God's lap right now, telling him about a Doug & Bob tennis match!
    Love & God's Peace to both of you.
    Bob & Maria

  2. What a sweet man your Daddy was! When we were all younger, both of your parents always made me feel like a part of the family and I will treasure those memories always. Love and hugs to you all.

  3. Dear Donna and Dianna
    Uncle Dutch and Aunt Lou came into my life from time to time. I most remember them taking me to a movie when I was eight or nine to see HighNoon. It was just the three of us and we spent the whole day together. They will always have a warm place in my heart.
    Pray God is near you both in this temporary separation from your father and my uncle.
    Paul and Carmenza Leavitt

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