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Dennis C. Brundage

August 5, 1937 - December 14, 2020


Dennis C. BrundageOn December 14th 2020, Dennis Brundage, loving father of three children passed away at age
83.
Denny was born on August 5, 1937 in Portland, Or. to Charles and Lucille Krieger Brundage.
He received his Bachelor’s Degree in the College of Business, from Oregon State University in
1960. While a Beaver, Denny was a member of the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and played football
on the 1957 Oregon State Rose Bowl Team. After college, Denny spent 33 years, working in
management for the Sears and Roebuck Company. Also raising three children, Cinda, David
and James.
Denny was an avid outdoorsman, travelling the world for several big game hunts. He was also
very passionate about the Oregon Coast, spending his lifetime fishing and crabbing up and
down the coast. Denny was a 50 year member of the Shriner and Mason organizations. Denny
was known to be tough, but a compassionate, loving man that cared deeply for his family and
many friends.
Denny was preceded in death by his father Charles, and his mother Lucille. He is survived by
his loving friend Patricia Donaca, his three children, Cinda, David and James, his brother Mike,
born on the same day: six years later and several grandchildren and great grandchildren.
In lieu of flowers, Denny requested donations be made in his name, to the Oregon State University
Foundation. Donations can be made online, at osufoundation.org/give_to_obn. Or Dennis C. Brundage
donations can be mailed to Our Beaver Nation, 134 Gill Coliseum Corvallis, Or. 97331. Please
make sure to let the foundation know that any donation is in “Memory of Dennis Brundage”. 
 

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Danny was a long time friend and classmate in our years in Roseburg.  We were teammates on the schools baseball team and spent many hours on the field, on buses, and in each others home.  We renewed contact when our children became friends at OSU.  My wife, Bev, and I extend our condolences to the family.  Denny will be missed.  



I will never forget my 20th Birthday because Denny cooked a great stir fry for my family and I as if we were paying 500.00 a plate. His great attitude and kidding personality made the whole evening a great memory. I try to  emulate that when I cook for friends and family. Sharing times with Denny In Wallowa at ‘the hilltop’ were always the best of times. I’ll miss him!



I met Denny in the early 80’s through Ted Mckillip when I had just graduated from college and moved Oregon from Memphis.  He took me in as a friend, was always kind to everyone and had a great sense of humor.  A special chair, built to Denny’s specifications will be placed atop Smith Mountain, in his honor.  You will be missed, my friend.  

Brad