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Written by Stuart Paul, on 30-03-2007 19:02
Denis was a friend above all friends. I still cannot believe he is not with us.  
My first visit to the beautiful City of St.Petersburg came as a result of his invitation whilst working on ships in the Port of Falmouth, UK. I first met Denis when he wanted to know where he could get a newspaper. On his return he invited me to see his work in the ship. It was as if we had known each other for years...that was the kind of person he was ; and it started a friendship which was to last. Denis was a very caring and loving person. He had that rare gift to love everyone he met, which is heaven sent; and everyone loved Denis in return. 
The arrival of a baby daughter brought so much happiness to him and I remember his excitement on the telephone. Denis would call from time to time; just to keep in touch and to make sure I was alright. "when are you coming to St.Petersburg again" was at the end of nearly every call. Caring and interested to the very end. 
 
I agree with Denis's parents...that he had bright radiant eyes and a very friendly smile which would remain in the minds of everyone who knew him. 
 
In losing you the world has lost a very special person - but the memories of you will live forever in our hearts. Denis, my special friend in St.Petersburg; I will  
remember you always - stay close to us. 
May God Bless you and keep you safe - until we meet again.