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Dean Sehm, Jr.

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Mr. Dean Sehm Jr., 62, of Litchfield Park, Arizona died September 17, 2021. He was born March 5, 1959 in Rochester, New York to Dean Sehm Sr. and Maybelle DiLorenzo.

Services will be held at a later date.

38 Comments on “Dean Sehm, Jr.

  1. My heart felt condolences to you and family. I will miss Dean tremendously. He and you will be in my thoughts for ever. 7im

  2. I was so sorry to hear about Dean. My thoughts and prayers are with his family at this difficult time. Dean was a great member and contributor to the Ryder Family and like you we will miss him dearly.

  3. I worked with Dean as a trainer at Ryder. I am so sorry for your lose.

  4. Dean was a dear friend and mentor, his enthusiasm was infectious. He always had time to talk. His absence will create a void. He will not be forgotten.
    My thoughts go out to his family.


  5. Dean will be sadly missed, what a great guy, a fellow Western New Yorker like my self, my heartfelt wishes go out to all of his family and friends.

  6. In my experience working with Dean, he was known as a fun, knowledgeable, passionate person. Always made himself available to lend a helping hand, and maintained a positive attitude at any given time. Great co-worker, and a great guy.

    My dearest condolences to the Sehm Family.

  7. Our prayers and condolences go out to Dean’s family and friends. He will be missed by all. Having worked with Dean for more than 20 years, I can say he was a man of honor, integrity, and passion about his work and the way he lived his life. If Dean was involved, you know it was done right and you had better be able to keep up with him.
    I am proud to call Dean a friend, mentor, and someone I have the utmost respect for.
    Dean, you will be missed by all.

  8. Dean was a co-worker and friend…he always made time to help me and anyone else that needed his assistance, truly one of the best…he will be missed

  9. Dean is already missed by all he worked with at Ryder; he was always so curious, knowledgeable, thorough, creative, thankful and just plain KIND to all his co-workers. My deepest condolences to his family.

  10. Dean was always one of the best and will be sadly missed. My deepest sympathy to all of the members. RIP

  11. My sincere condolences to Dean’s family. I had the good fortune to work with Dean at Ryder. He always had a positive, friendly attitude and was very good at his job. The entire Ryder family will miss him greatly.

  12. We all loved Dean. I could always count on him for a smile and a funny story. We had lots of great conversations over the years and I will miss him. My sincere condolences to his family.
    Reneé Fisher

  13. I’ve had the great fortune of knowing Dean from his earliest days at Ryder. He pursued his entire career with outstanding dedication and proved to be one of the best technical people within his ranks. Dean was very dear to me as a personal friend. I know he will be sincerely missed by all who knew him. My deepest sympathy to his wife and his sons. Goodbye Dean.

  14. Dear Dean, my friend; our relationship as colleagues was beginning on a good note and we lost you. Your simile, positive outlook, innovative thinking and your stories will always be missed. My deepest condolences to the family and I will always be praying for your family to be safe and secure.

  15. My Deepest condolences to the you Sheri and the family. Dean and I worked closely at Ryder on several projects. He also was my go to person for help when I needed to understand a maintenance process or who to call to get my questions answered. He was also that friend that we would talk about church, bible versus, kids , his grandkids and the funniest stories about flowers…my husband is a mechanic too and likes to buy flowers for me as he does for Sheri. Dean, Michael and I would share stories all the time about our families…..I was always team wife and they were team Mechanics….Dean I will miss you, I will miss those conversations and words of encouragement. The Lord had bigger plans for you and I know you are in a better place. Rest in Peace.

  16. My deepest condolences go out to Sheri and the family. I had the pleasure of meeting Dean in 2006 while competing against him at Top Tech. Even though Dean beat me handily, we became great friends. Dean was such an honest and caring person and will be greatly missed. Rest in peace my friend.

  17. I met Dean in his latest role at Ryder. I regret I did not have a chance to get to know him better. My deepest condolences go out to Sheri and the family. He will be missed.

  18. My condolences to the Sehm family. Rest in Paradise Dean.

  19. In this time of sorrow, I am praying for your comfort and peace. I am trusting God to be your shield and strength, as He was for Dean. I was blessed to know Dean as a coworker, a friend, and a Brother in Christ.

  20. I’m so sorry for our loss – I can’t imagine anyone who didn’t meet Dean and instantly like him. I will never forget his easy smile and infectious “let’s do this!” attitude. I will miss him, and will be praying for Sheri, his boys, and his whole family.

  21. I prayed for Dean with his Ryder family and I will continue to lift up his family in prayer during this difficult time. May all the great memories he left behind help bring you some comfort and that you find solace in the arms of the Lord.

  22. My heartfelt condolences to the Family.

    Dean will be greatly missed, for sure. He was the kind of person that was always ready with a big smile on his face and very soft spoken. Rest in peace my friend and may God bless your soul!

  23. My condolences to the Sehm family. Dean will be missed by so many. Dean was always so cheerful, willing to help and passionate in each role he held at Ryder. I treasure our conversations over the years. Rest in peace Dean.

  24. My deepest condolences to Dean’s family. We miss him at Ryder.

  25. My sincere condolences to Dean’s family and friends. Dean was not only a great co-worker but also a great friend and an example in how to walk with Christ!
    From Washington St. to Top Tech to Training to that dang BCT-460, Dean has always been someone you could rely on!

  26. Dean you will be sadly missed by all who knew you. Keep smiling down on us. My condolences.

  27. My heart aches to hear this news as Dean was a genuine good person who I had the pleasure of working with. I enjoyed working with Dean on projects and catching up with family stories. I could always reach out to him for questions I knew he would be able to help me with. My deepest sympathies to you and your family.

  28. Dearest Sheri and Family: No words can adequately express my sadness to each of you. All we know is what we’ve experienced on earth and it is hard to lose our loved ones to their real lives in eternity. Thank you for letting me know and I commit to continue in prayer for all of you. “Death leaves a heartache no one can heal. But Love, it leaves a memory no one can steal.” (From a headstone in Ireland). May God’s peace be fully in your hearts as you navigate the days and weeks ahead. I’m just a phone call away, but will check in, too. Love, Sue Radobenko Gaub

  29. My deepest and sincerest condolences to Dean’s family. Praying for all for you to have the courage to deal with this tough time.

    I have known Dean for the past 8-9 years. Dean was one of the nicest people that I have had the opportunity to work with. He always had a positive attitude towards life and had that everpresent smile. We will all miss him!

  30. I’m so sorry to hear about Dean. We had lost touch the last few years after being friends since high school. Dean was always such a kind and fun-loving person. I always remember him laughing, and it brings me a smile.

  31. Our condolences to Dean’s family. He was a real asset to our church family and will be greatly missed. May he rest in peace.

  32. Dean was a knowledgeable trainer whenever he came to fontana shop. I was motivated to push myself more as a technician, To understand like him. He will be greatly missed. Lift up his family LORD. To receive peace comfort and strength.

  33. This is a keening lament, written too soon to be balanced, too soon to be carefully thought through. Dean, you will be missed.

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