Dennis A. Countryman, 58, formerly of Titonka, passed away Thursday, April 1, 2021 of heart failure, after battling heart issues for many years.
A Celebration of Life short service will be at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday, April 10, 2021, with Pastor Judy Junkermeier officiating at Oakcrest Funeral Services in Titonka with a visitation 2 hours prior. A gathering of family and friends will be afterwards at Smidty's in Titonka to reminisce all the good times.
Dennis Allen Countryman, the son of Richard and Betty (Wibben) Countryman was born November 25, 1962 in Buffalo Center. He graduated from Titonka High School in 1981. He then attended and played football for Central College in Pella for one year before returning home to work.
He was married to Robyn Hanson on March 30, 1985. They were married for 32 years and remained great friends. He had various jobs over the years until he eventually started a trucking business with his son, Tony, called AC/DC Liquid Relocators.
He most enjoyed spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren, anytime he could. He was definitely their biggest fans! He was always the life of the party with friends and a great story teller that made people gravitate to him all the time. He will be missed by so many.
Dennis is survived by his children, Katie (Justin) Walk and their three children, Braden, Clayton and Mason of Kanawha; and Tony Countryman and his daughter Karlie of Spencer; his best friend, Robyn Countryman of Britt; a sister, Penny (Howard) Peterson of Bennington, NE; a brother, Rick Countryman of Macks Creek, MO; an aunt, Alice Smith of Virginia Beach, VA; a niece, nephews and many cousins.
He was preceded in death by his parents; and sister, Judy Lawson in 2017.
Cards and memorials for the family can be sent to Katie's Salon, PO Box 63, Titonka, IA 50480.
"I was truly sad to hear of Dennis? passing.
I have such fun and fond memories of cousin Dennis and his siblings and parents. I?m truly sorry for your family?s loss and extend my deepest sympathies.
May God bless you and comfort you all.
Cathy Jo (Countryman) Herrera
"Family of Denny, So sorry to hear of Dennys\' passing. I always enjoyed him when he worked for us on the farm, he always gave it his all, kept us all smiling and laughing. He was one good man ! Hold onto your memories. He will be missed. Connie and Dennis Peteritis"