Rodney DahnResided in Gladstone, MIDied June 15, 2006 Rodney Share this:FacebookMoreTwitterPrintEmail
I miss you so much my big/little brother 🙁
Our deepest sympathies at this difficult time. May God be with you and hold you in his loving arms. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
Ron, Candice, and Carson Denoo
Fort Wayne, IN
Family, Thinking of you, Know how ya feel, Just gotta alway’s remember the good times, and the never forget times, and when we smile or cry, it’s just Rod beamin’ down at us!!! I’ll never forget the guy, With Love,
Dear Rodney Dahn Family, and Relatives,
It with our sincere condolence in the loss of your loved one, your family, my relative. Please allow our Lord Jesus to grace you with His knowing that your loved one is not actually departed from you. That he lives on within you, just a heartbeat felt away.
The last time that my wife and I saw Rodney, was back when he still owned the Idle Time, and we used to occassionally bar-hop in Gladstone. He treated us like we were royalty whenever we patroned his place. Times, we still think about and still brings a smile to our faces.
John & Jan (Kidd) Dahn
720 S 15th St
Escanaba, MI. 49829
son of: Elmer Dahn Jr (D), and Doris (McKnight) Scheuren of Gladstone.
grandson of: Elmer Dahn Sr (D) & Beaulah Tupper (D).
my siblings: Joe Dahn of Bayview, Jim Dahn of Cornell, Pat Dahn of Bayview, and Theresa (Dahn) McCloskey of Gladstone.
John & Jan (Kidd) Dahn
We are so sorry to hear about Rod’s passing, we were out of town & didn’t find out until Monday night. We will never forget all the good times we had at the bar & the fun parties at his house. We will miss him.
Joe & Marybeth Gendron
To Betty and the Dahn family,I’m so sorry for your loss, Rod was a good man and a good friend,He will not be forgotten. I wish I could be there to say goodbye, but, know that I’m thinking of you all.
I remember. Sometimes I remember too well. I remember riding the handlebars of a bicycle on a dirt road in front of the farm playing the game of chicken. I remember the shacks that we built along the fence line of the Plum Grove. I also remember the accident between two brothers. I remember how he would set the throttle on the old Dodge flatbed truck. He’d put it in gear and I steered the truck while he threw the hay bales on the rack. I remember the young Marine home from basic training telling me how he could “gouge my eye out.” So I jumped off the tire swing that hung from a big elm tree, landed on the Marine and knocked the wind out of him. Then I remember having to hide out for a few days. I remember Rod, my cousin. I’ll miss him.
Glen & Julie Caswell
Our deepest sympathy to the Dahn family on the passing of Rod. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this hard time
Gary & Kathy
Please accept our heart felt condolences on the loss of Rod. You have to believe he is in a better place.Very sorry for your loss, our prayers are with you.
Norm Arnold & Family
I’m so sorry to hear that Rodney passed away. I met Rodney at Idle Time while working as a health inspector at the health department in Escanaba. Of course, the health inspector isn’t someone most people would look forward to seeing, but Rodney was always very nice to me! I remember him more than most other establishment owners because he was always so friendly and honest and was always busy fixing something or working on something. One time he was putting together new barstools, another time he was re-wiring some lights, another time he was eager to show me how he fixed up the bathroom… I also remember letting him know that I was proud of him for trying to quit smoking. I began working from the Menominee office last August without much notice, so I didn’t get a chance to tell him I was leaving (or to warn him that a new inspector would be coming!!) I hope the new person was nice to him! My thoughts are with your family during this difficult time, and I hope my memories of your loved one add some comfort.
My condolences to you Betty and all of Rod’s family. Before I moved away last year I was able to sit and chat with him for a bit, I will now treasure that conversation. I will miss him as will many. He was a great pool sponsor and a good man. God Bless and remember the good times.
Orange Park, FL