My close friend through our high school years ar Roosevelt H S in Seattle. We shared so much in music, stage and as real buddies. Three of us were inseparables, known as the three Lou's.
Lots of great memories. Good friend. Blessing to all who knew him. Shalom, Connie.
So sorry for your loss Jensen family. What impressed me the most was that Dick was a "gramps" to a lot of Angela's friends for many, many years. Dick and Connie supported many years of sports for his granddaughter and her friends. He was a very kind sole. Everyone will miss him tremendously.
I always loved when Mr. and Mrs. Jensen came into the Ennens and later Cost Cutter store where I worked. Such a wonderful couple, funny, and down to earth. My thoughts and prayers are with Mrs. Jensen, and family through this trying time.
Grandpa... you have always been and remain my role model, my inspiration, and someone whom I love and adore. I will never forget, and will always appreciate, your unconditional love and admiration for our family. I am heartbroken, but you have left me with countless memories that I will always hold near and dear to my heart. I love you more than I can put into words, which is probably why I haven’t said many. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. ❤️
Hi I am Dicks sister Marilyn and I remember when living on Lopez Island my brother and his friend were playing out side it was summer so Dick had is small tent pitched in back yard and they had a wooden box full of Lincoln Logs small kinds of Army men and trucks and I wanted to play too So I kept giving them a bad time I was only 4 pushing there stuff so Dick goes in the house and tells our mom to come get me out of the tent so of course I lost the battle and had to go in the house tell his friend went home :) ❤️❤️❤️