In loving memory of

Dennis E. Hanrahan
January 14, 1939 - May 7, 2020

Dennis E. Hanrahan, 81, of Fort Dodge, passed away on Thursday, May 7, 2020.
A celebration of Dennis's life will be held on Friday from 3:00 to 6:00 PM Laufersweiler Funeral Home. Funeral will be held on Saturday June 27th at 10:00 AM at Laufersweiler Funeral Home.
Survivors include his son Randy Hanrahan of Hedrick, IA, son Joseph (Kathy) Hanrahan of Phoenix, AZ, daughter Tamie (Kevin) Lunn of Fort Dodge, grandchildren, Kelsey Lunn, Keaton (Kara) Lunn, Amy Farrell, Ashley (Mike) Sunderman, Craig (Inhyn) Hanrahan, Randi Kay Hanrahan, Lydia LaRae; 12 great-grandchildren; many nieces and nephews.
  He was preceded in death by his parents John and Vera (Curry) Hanrahan, wife Judith "Judy" Hanrahan brothers Ed, Jerry, Mick and Jack Hanrahan, sisters Patricia O'Donnell, Bette Ruge, Donna Lessmeier and Virginia Roberts. 
  Dennis E. Hanrahan was born on January 14, 1939 in Fort Dodge where he was raised and educated. He graduated from Fort Dodge Senior High School in 1957. Dennis served in the National Guard from 1954 to 1962. On September 7, 1957 he was united in marriage to Judith "Judy" Nolen and the couple established their home in Fort Dodge.  He worked for RoJohn Home Improvement from 1958 until semi-retiring in 2005. Dennis was a member of Holy Trinity Parish.
  Memorials may be left to the discretion of the family.


Loretta Weinzetl wrote on May 11, 2020:

"Hi there Joe and Randy, I was sorry to see your dad had passed. I was shocked to realize that he has lived right across the street from me. The side of my garage faces his place. I never met him, but we waved a couple times. His neighbor to the north had told me his name was Dennis. I even stepped out when the Rescue arrived. I knew ?Dennis? had passed, just put it all together a couple hours ago. Wish I had known. Take Care and feel free to stop over. ? "

Kirk/Lori Machovec wrote on May 9, 2020:

"Condolences. "

Leon Vick wrote on May 9, 2020:

"I worked with Denny at RoJohns in the early 1970's. Great guy, friendly to everyone. He was extremely proud of his family, always sharing what Judy and the kids were up to."

Mike Neese wrote on May 8, 2020:

"Denny always treated my brother and I like we were his own kids. Our Uncle Denny was truly special!! He will be greatly missed! Heart felt condolences to the entire family."