Dennis McNamara, 60, of Rocky Point passed away surrounded by his loving sons on Sunday, December 31st, 2017. Dennis was born in Brooklyn, New York, to his parents, Dorothy McNamara (O'Brien) and the late Joseph J. McNamara. He was the fifth of seven children and was raised in Massapequa Park. Dennis attended Our Lady of Lourdes elementary school and St. John the Baptist high school. On May 25th 1991, Dennis welcomed his twin sons Timothy and Brian McNamara into the world. He was a devoted son, loving and compassionate father, caring sibling, and loyal friend. He was a dedicated and passionate manager at Quality King Distributors where he worked for over 40 years. He was well respected by all for his work ethic, sense of humor, and charisma. He always acted with a kind heart, helping others expecting nothing in return. In his spare time, Dennis was also an avid fan of the Mets, the Islanders, and the Giants going to many season pass games along with championship wins. Dennis is survived by his two children Timothy and Brian, his mother, Dorothy, and his six siblings Kevin, Timothy, Jeannie, Maureen, Mary, and Patricia.

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  1. Zephaniah 3:17 The LORD your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.I will miss you Dennis especially at the office! It’s been 20 years I know you and work for you as your secretary, words cannot express my sadness! May your heart and soul find peace and comfort.Our thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

  2. We are so sorry for the loss of you Father…..We are here to comfort, support and love you guys now and always.Blessings and sorrow to all who knew him.Peace be with you all-The Freeman’s (Charles Marla Jackie Charlie and Jamie)

  3. You were a great brother and we will all miss you. You were funny and quick witted.When my children were growing up, you were kind, generous and attentive to them.  And your summer parties in the backyard were fabulous! You thought of everything from soup to nuts and made sure that we all had fun.

  4. From your sister JeannieIt’s always tough to lose a loved one, but it is an extra shock to lose a younger brother. You were much loved by your large family, and the many people you touched throughout your life. Dennis, you will be missed.

  5. Cousin: I am so sorry to hear of your passing. However I am glad that we reconnected over the past few years, speaking about how my Mom is doing. Ironically I am going to a Ranger / Islander game next weekend, and it might be the only time that IΓÇÖll have to root for them in your memory. RIP ΓÇ£middle Dennis∩┐╜ – youΓÇÖre in good hands with your Dad, Uncle Joe, and my Dad, Uncle Buddy. Thoughts, prayers, hugs, and love to all the McNamaraΓÇÖs, especially Aunt Dorothy!

  6. Cousin, I am so sad to hear of your passing. However, am am grateful that we were able to connect over the past few years. Ironically, I am going to a Ranger vs. Islander game this upcoming weekend – it might be the only time IΓÇÖll have to root for them in your memory. RIP with your Dad (Uncle Joe), and my Dad (your Uncle Buddy)…

  7. Maureen,I’m so sad to hear of your loss. What a blessing that you have such a big family to lean on. My thoughts are with you and your family.Sincerely,Jim

  8. Aww Den,. I’m so sorry to hear of your passing.. We were friends for a very long time and I love you to pieces.I’ll forever remember all our recent talks. RIP My Friend you surely will be missed! XOXO

  9. I am so sorry to hear of DennisΓÇÖs passing. My deepest sympathy to his family and friends r.i.p my old friend.

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