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Dennis Oscar Sayles
E. R. Johnson Family Mortuary

Dennis Oscar Sayles, 49, received his reward of eternal rest on Sunday, February 10, 2008, at Mainland Medical Center.

Dennis Oscar SaylesDennis was born April 25, 1958, in Galveston, Texas, where he also attended public school and along with the Ball High class of 1976. He later enlisted with the U. S. Army, serving during Desert Storm and received his honorable discharge after 13 ½ years of service to his country. Upon his return to Galveston, Dennis begins working in the management field. His most recent employment was serving as a manager at the Whataburger Restaurant in Dickinson. His loving spirit will be greatly missed.

He was preceded in death by his father, Oscar Sayles.

He leaves to cherish memories a loving wife, Natania Sayles of Texas City; daughters, Darnisha Sayles, and Sherisha Sayles both of Chicago; stepson, Kyshawn Davis of Texas City; grandchildren, Damone Dillard, Jr.; Breasia Mucker, and Shayna Curtis; his mother by whom he was raised, Iva Sayles of Texas City, parents, Mrs. Bobbie Wilson and Ralph Anderson of Galveston; sisters, Lynette Wilson-Jones (Reginald) of Texas City; Sandra Evans (Oscar) of Galveston; aunts, Helen Perkins; Elma Daniels, and Shirley Holloway; special cousin, April Williams and Mae Dell Francis; devoted friend Charles Cannon; a host of nieces, nephews, other cousins and friends.

Viewing will begin at 11:00 A.M. on Friday, February 15, 2008, followed by a service celebrating his life at 1:00 P.M. at the Compton Memorial Church of God in Christ (27th & Ball Ave.) with Pastor Robert E. Woodard III officiating. He will be laid to rest in Lakeview Cemetery.

Special thanks to my sister in Christ, Jaqueta; Whataburger; Valescia Brown of 1st Cash Advance; Combined Insurance; Mainland Medical Center E R and ICU staffs, Dr. Caesar and the Compton Memorial church family.



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