of Adrian, Michigan, formerly of Ann Arbor, Chelsea, and Jackson, age 74, died Thursday, January 25, 2024, at Promedica Ebeid Hospice in Sylvania, Ohio. He was born June 11, 1949, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, the son of Carl F. & Helen L. (Manzel) Peck.
Dennis graduated from Eastern Michigan University. He worked for various companies, including Chrysler Proving Grounds in Chelsea, Federal-Mogel, and Steeb Dodge in Saline. He was a member of the Jackson Chapter AA, where he made many friends over the years, and the Jackson County Department on Aging. Dennis attended Trinity Evangelical Lutheran in Saline. He had quite the green thumb when it came to plants and bulb flowers, and he loved to bake - his delicious Christmas cookies were a favorite each year.
He is survived by his siblings, Gary C. (Marlene) Peck of Grass Lake and Cleveland, South Carolina, and Geraldine (David) Hager of Chelsea and Longview, Texas; and nieces and nephews, Kelly (Peck) Cowles, Jeffrey Hager, Charles Hager, Pamela (Peck) Brown, Renee (Hager) Atkinson. He was preceded in death by his parents.
No public services will be held. Burial will be at Washtenong Memorial Park in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Memorial contributions may be made to the family for the purchase of a marker. Arrangements were entrusted to Cole Funeral Chapel in Chelsea.

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#7 Marlene Peck 2024-02-12 11:13
Rest in Peace my Brother-in-law Dennis.
We will always remember you. Love Marlene
#6 Brother Gary 2024-02-03 18:24
God has Loved us before Birth, Through our Life and After Death. God is Love. My Brother is Now With the Lord at Peace. When Christ Calls Me I Will Be With my Brother again, I Love You
#5 Kelly Peck-Cowles 2024-02-02 19:37
When I think of my Uncle Dennis, I will always remember his beautiful and friendly blue eyes.
-Kelly Peck-Cowles
#4 Tim Eiseman 2024-01-31 13:17
We shared a lot of great times in the “good ole-days”, working on your cars (they are now all called Classics Cars) and cruising around towns in them. Finding our old Pan Head Harleys and then building and painting our custom HD choppers together in your dad’s shop. We were able to find a lot of fun things to do that left us with many friends and great memories of good times together. Trips up North, camping, car shows, the great inner-tube regatta down the Huron River, the gangs baseball games at Delhi Park on Memorial Day, fireworks at Burr Park, weekend parties and volley ball with friends and much more. Thanks for a life time of friendship and memories.
Rest in Peace Good Buddy!

Tim and Irene Eiseman
#3 David Manzel 2024-01-31 09:38
David and Pat Manzel. Our condolences to Gary, Geraldine and their families on Dennis’ passing.
#2 Neil and Melinda 2024-01-30 20:24
Our love to Gary, Gerry and families. We remember with fondness Denny’s summer stay overs at Grandpa and Grandma Pecks. We enjoyed contact with our”townie” cousins. Blessings and comfort to all of you.
#1 Tim & Irene Eiseman 2024-01-30 15:14
Our sincere condolences to Gary and Geraldine and their families on Dennis’s passing.
May it help to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers and may your remembrances of Denny be happy ones.

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