Dennis  Masuga

August 01, 1942 - April 15, 2020

Dennis Masuga
Age 77, passed away peacefully on 04/15/2020. He was born on August 1st 1942 in Stambaugh, Michigan. Denny was a cherished husband, father, brother and grandfather, small business owner, master storyteller and honored military veteran. Denny leaves a rich legacy to his family that deeply loves him: his wife Joyce, children Carey, Jeannette, Mark, Scott, Aaron and Veronica; siblings Margaret, Robert, George, Carol, Mary Beth, and Carol; and grandchildren Matthew, Kevin, Teagan, Jamie and Nicholas. His character, strength, humor, generosity and kindness will be carried on forever by his family. He is loved by all that knew him.

All ceremonies will be held at a later date. Arrangements entrusted to Devlin Funeral Home, North Hills.

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  • Nancy Kunz

    My deepest condolences to dearest Joyce, daughters, son and their families, sisters, brothers and their families. Your memories of Denny will be treasures you’ll hold forever in your heart.
    I had the pleasure of knowing Denny because I am a friend of Denny’s sister, Margaret. Denny was quite a character having a gift to make those in his company laugh.
    May our loving Lord bless you at this most difficult time.

  • Mary Lyons Miller Roberts

    Denny and Joyce were friends from NMU. Sending love to the Masuga family for their loss. Such a sad time.

  • Ron and Lori Klueber

    What a great guy! We enjoyed playing board games and lifting a few drinks with Denny and Joyce several times a year. We remember that without saying much, he could send us into side-splitting laughter. Will miss Denny and those good times.

  • Bill Sante

    Taken aback today when learning of Mr. Masuga’s passing. My mind was immediately flooded with great memories of the Masuga household and all the fun myself and others had. The entire clan was very welcoming and they made you feel like family.

    Mr. Masuga was certainly a master at catching my attention with either a story from his past, teaching a card game or just plain BS’ing….always with a Coors Golden Lager in his hand and a twinkle in his eye. I have always cherished those memories. Rest in Peace. Bill, Danielle, Hope and Rourke Sante

  • Lynda

    Very sorry to hear about your families loss. This is a truly difficult time. My deepest sympathies to all of you.

  • John Foster

    Denny will always be in our memories. All who knew him loved him and he will be truly missed. Tuesday night golf league will never be the same! Love and strength to the family.

  • Jim and Connie Greenfield

    We want to express our sincere condolences and sympathy to your family. We pray that God’s peace will be given to you daily.

  • Tom & Robin Dalessandri and family

    Our deepest love and joy to be part of the amazing Masuga family and our beloved Denny, whom we will always remember with a smile and a laugh.

  • Paula MasugaMaloney

    My love and sincere sympathy to the dear family of Denny… As I was growing up in Caspian, I remember the Masuga family gatherings and how much joy and laughter was had. Denny brought so many smiles to those times. His jolly and charismatic personality is something I remember with fondness. Your family has been richly blessed to have such a warm and wonderful man in your lives. I pray that God brings comfort and a peace to your hearts with time. I am so grateful that we are believers in heaven above and the promise of eternal life. The sting of death is real yet the hope of seeing Denny one day again is so real too. My dad and Denny were characters when they got together. Those memories hold a special spot in my heart. I am so sorry that you are feeling the heartache of losing someone so special to all of you. I trust in the Lord’s words and believe your loving husband, father, brother and grandfather is sharing stories with family and walking on the gold paved streets of heaven. He has made his way home and will be waiting to see each one of you one day again. God blessings to all. My love and prayers are with your family. Paula and Mike Maloney

  • Julie Masuga Shaw

    Sending all of my love and prayers to you at this difficult time. Please know your Michigan family is thinking of you. We are so so sorry for all you are going through but find some comfort in your father reuniting with those family members that have gone before him including my father Ken (Farley), Aunt Helen, all of his aunts and uncles his parents and grandparents. I hope you can find some comfort in that too. Continued prayers for all of you and especially your mom! Love you

  • Mona Williams

    I am so sorry for your loss. My prayers are with you and your family.


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