Remembering chief Dennis Wolf

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BigRig

Rome, GA

#1 Aug 28, 2010
Dennis was my friend, and was to many, he is sadly missed.
stonebridgerun

Jersey Shore, PA

#2 Oct 10, 2010
I just learned of his passing. Could someone give me the date of his death. Thanks.
REDSKINNER

United States

#3 Oct 13, 2010
its none of your business white man
DeniseB

Powder Springs, GA

#4 Apr 23, 2012
I posted a pic of my son who passed away 2/15/11 on his memory page and was told he was with Dennis Wolf and that he had also passed on. I was always proud of the Cherokee that was passed to my children through my grandfather. I hope that Dennis Wolf is now teaching my child even more and giving him a hug from me. I feel for his family because it has been almost more than we could stand losing Nick.
redman

Murphy, NC

#5 Apr 24, 2012
every wannabe's grandpa was fullblooded cherokee
for real

Sylva, NC

#6 Apr 26, 2012
REDSKINNER wrote:
its none of your business white man
get real-its not about the color of his skin-Dennis was a friend to all colors---get over the racial issues
Leanne

Elgin, SC

#7 Sep 22, 2012
REDSKINNER wrote:
its none of your business white man
You are not nice... and Dennis would not appreciate you one bit.
Savannah

Palm Bay, FL

#8 Mar 26, 2013
BigRig wrote:
Dennis was my friend, and was to many, he is sadly missed.
He was also a friend of mine
LeLe

United States

#9 Oct 14, 2013
I don't know you... Just to be nice and let you know! But yes he passed away in February of 1998. He was in a very bad car wreck.
niteowl4

Mebane, NC

#10 Aug 21, 2014
My family visited Cherokee every summer when I was in my early teens and I fell in love with Dennis. He never knew of course, I was shy and would just watch his incredible native dance with awe. My family is part cherokee I was told and I have always felt a connection. I have always felt a bond with the native americans and continue to feel resentment toward the "white man" for their suffering. Native americans seem to have no voice/representation these days in comparison to other nationalities. I believe I have true native blood and am so proud of that fact.
hush24112

Martinsville, VA

#11 Sep 7, 2014
i have cherokee in me i have always respected the cherokee and all other indians,i have gone to cherokee ever since i was young even enjoyed taking my kids.even thou there is not much there anymore i still like going for a visit.hey i even dreamed of being married to a cherokee so hey im single come get me.will be visiting there n 4 days love it

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