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On Monday, June 10, 2019, the Lord called from labor to
reward one of His beloved sons Dennis Lutrell Hancock, to
Dennis Lutrell Hancock was born on May 11, 1948 in Balti-
more, Maryland to the late Ulysses and Estella Hancock.
Dennis received his education in the Baltimore City School
Systems and graduated from Paul Lawrence Dunbar Senior
High School in 1966. Upon completion of high school, he
attended Cortez-Peters Business School upon which he re-
ceived a certificate of completion. After business school,
Dennis started working at Bethlehem Steel Corporation,
Sparrows Point Shipyard as a first class welder. Dennis re-
tired from Sparrows Point Shipyard, in 1996 after 30+ plus
years of employment.
Dennis accepted Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior at an early
age. He was actively a member at Huber Memorial where he
was on the Street Evangelism Team. New Psalmist where he
was on the Mens Choir, and his most recent Empowerment
Temple until his health began to decline. Dennis truly loved
the Lord, and really enjoyed various television ministries. He
truly loved reading God's Word.
Dennis was an avid sports fan particularly the Baltimore
Ravens football team. Dennis loved eating crabs year round
and you would always find him relaxing with his cigars.
Dennis truly had a love for his family. He carried the legacy
of his parents always caring and cherishing his family. Dennis
had a lasting impression on everyone he came in contact. He
will truly be missed.
He leaves to cherish his memories: four children, Amelia Davis
(Streeter), Kevin Gardner, and Danielle Young, (Tay); seven
grandchildren, Dennis Hancock III, Kristal Davis, La Smith
(Arica), Aniya Gardner, Zoey Young; one nephew, Stephen
Williams (Leticia); seven great grandchildren, Erin, Aubree,
August, Dyjai, Dyonne, Carter, Brandon; one great niece, Faith
Williams; one devoted sister, Darlene Williams and one broth-
er-in-law Donald Williams. A host of aunts and uncles and
other relatives. He also leaves to mourn his fiance, Llyvone
Carter and a host extended family and friends.
His brother Ulysses Hancock Jr. and his son Dennis Hancock
Jr. preceded him in death.