Dennis Lee Eggers 1947 2019

1947 2019
Obituary of Dennis Lee Eggers Dennis L. Eggers, 72, passed away while under the care of Hospice at North Gate Health Care Facility. He fought courageously to recover from a motorcycle accident in June of 2015. Dennis who was born in Mitchell, SD to the late Alvin and Mary Eggers. Beloved husband of 49 years to Susan (Catherine Fisher). Dearest father to Sean, Erin (Ken) Ortner and best “Boppa” to Collin Ortner, Eva Eggers and Braeden Ortner. Survived by brothers, Mike (Mary) Eggers; Keith (Pam) Eggers. Predeceased by brother Randy (late Barb) Eggers. Also survived by his special veteran brothers, Gary Hood; Tom Barden; Jack Toth and his special “buddy” Chuck Sutter. Dennis was an army veteran who served in Vietnam 1967-1970. He worked for Dunlop Tire and Rubber for 32 years. He was a founding member of the Dunlop Riders Motorcycle Club. He received a Heart Transplant in 2011. May one of the toughest and funniest finally Rest in Peace. There will be NO PRIOR VISITATION. Memorials in Dennis’ name may be made to Niagara Hospice, 4675 Sunset Dr., Lockport, NY 14094. Arrangements by Zajac Funeral Home, Inc. Visit for online condolences To send flowers to the family of Dennis Eggers, please visit Tribute Store

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