In Memory

Dennis Webrand

Dennis Webrand

July 17, 1952 - July 10, 2016
Resided in Lakeland, GA

"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith." 2 Timothy 4:7 On Sunday, July 10, 2016 Dennis Webrand, of Lakeland, GA finished his race on this Earth and went to be with his Heavenly Father. Dennis was born on July 17, 1952 to Paul and Alleene Webrand. He grew up in Venice, Florida where he graduated from Venice High School in 1970. While in high school he began working in the grocery store industry. He worked for several different grocery store chains before retiring from Harvey's in 2013. He met the love of his life, Renna Meyer, on the beach. They were soon married and remained married for 43 years. His love for his wife, children, grandchildren, and family was evident to anyone who met him. Dennis was actively involved in several civic and Christian organizations. He served in various capacities with the Boy Scouts of America, was former president and member of the Lanier Co. Lions Club, a member of the Leadership Lanier Class of 2004, and former president of the Lakeland United Methodist Men. He served the City of Lakeland as a city council member for 12 years. He organized the muscular dystrophy golf tournament for the J.H. Harvey Company, participated in the American Cancer Society's Relay for Life, was an active member of the South Georgia Walk to Emmaus community, and was a supporter and volunteer at Evans Memorial Camp. His passion and calling was serving incarcerated men through the Kairos Prison Ministry, to which he devoted countless hours. He is survived by his mother, Alleene Webrand of Sarasota, Fl., his wife, Renna, his children, Jason and Heather Webrand of Lakeland, Andrea and John May of Sparks, and Holly and Clint Browning of Lakeland, grandchildren Hannah and Madison Webrand, Andrew and Matthew May, and Devin, Millie, and Harper Browning, his sisters, Linda (Jerry) Cummings, of Bradenton, FL and Jane (Steve) Handra, of Sarasota FL, mother-in-law Betty Meyer, of Lakeland, sister-in-law, Gale (Russ) May, of Nokomis, Fl, and several nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Paul Webrand and father –in-law, W.A. Meyer. Visitation will be held on Tuesday, July, 12 at Music Funeral Services from 5 – 7 p.m. Funeral services will be on Wednesday, July, 13 at Camp Creek Church at 10:00 a.m. with burial following at Westview cemetery in Nashville, GA. In lieu of flowers the family is asking donations be made in his memory to Evans Memorial Camp 1229 N. US Hwy 221 Lakeland, GA 31635 or Georgia State Treasurer Kairos Prison Ministry 105 William D. Evans Court Kathleen, GA 31047.



 
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07/15/16 05:07 PM #1    

Debbie Hancox (McMurry)

Heaven has opened it gates for you. Good bye my dear friend.


07/15/16 08:16 PM #2    

Joseph Kinley

Wow! Hard to believe he is gone. We had fun in classes together. Though he didn't agree with my view on certain subjects we respected each other's right to their opinion, an especially rare trait in today's world. Class of 1970 has lost one of their spiritual leaders. It is a sad day...


07/17/16 04:38 PM #3    

Earl Midlam

I was saddened to hear about Dennis' passing. I will miss seeing him at the class reunions and the Old Timers Picnic. He always had a passion for people, and it showed in the path he took in life. -- Earl Midlam


07/19/16 09:42 PM #4    

Randy Francisco

Sure hate to here we lost Dennis but with the world the way it is he is in a peaceful place.We go way back he lived in Venice gardens across 41 from me,we hung out and worked at Publix in high school.We had a lot of good times at Venice beach after work and was always late getting in but we did have some good times.My mom always would never worry when he come by and picked me up he was a angel in her eyes..lol see you buddy some day God bless you!


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