Dennis J. Imondi


Dennis J. Imondi passed away suddenly on February 13, 2020. Dennis was called home to be with our Lord. He was the son of the late Joseph A. and Angelina Imondi of Warwick.

Dennis graduated from Pilgrim High School and was a member of the Army Reserve during the Vietnam era. Dennis had many Facebook friends and was known for his humor and posting of multiple types of often forgotten music hits. He enjoyed almost every genre of music and was able to research and share his daily favorites. Music was a very big part of his life.

Dennis lived in Warwick for the last 30 years. He spent the summer months here in Warwick and the winter months in Tamarac, Fla. Dennis enjoyed going out to dinner with his family and sharing many laughs. We, his family, will miss him greatly and will cherish the many memories we made together.

He leaves his sister, Kathleen Johnk and her husband, Carl Johnk; his brother Ken Imondi and his partner, Beth Simmons; a niece, Christina Johnk, her children, AJ and Grace; his niece, Tricia Imondi Layne, her husband Rick and their children, Alexandra and Matthew; and his nephew, Jason M. Imondi. Dennis also leaves many aunts, uncles and approximately 50 cousins with whom he shared his life.

With great sadness his funeral was held Monday, February 24 from Thomas & Walter Quinn Funeral Home, 2435 Warwick Avenue, Warwick, with a Mass of Christian Burial in St. Kevin Church, Sandy Lane, Warwick. Burial was in Quidnesset Memorial Cemetery, North Kingstown. Visiting hours were Sunday, Feb. 23. For information and condolences visit


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Meghan T.

Rest in Peace Dennis! My family and I lived next door to him and his parents until he moved to Florida. Wonderful family who somehow put up with my siblings and I when we were young and adventurous. I remembered hanging out with his dad out on the front steps of the house talking and listening to him back in the day and running into Dennis walking through the neighborhood as I got older and it always brought back good memories.

To his surviving family, stay strong! It's ok to grieve. It'll never go away but it'll become easier to cope with over time. He's in good hands.

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