of Mountain Home, AR
September 14, 2021
Dennis Charles Priborsky of Mountain Home, AR passed away September 14, 2021. He was born in Omaha, NE on September 28, 1944 to Charles and Dorothy Priborsky. Dennis served in the Army. He married his wife Kathleen on April 12, 1969. Dennis and Kathleen had two sons, Mike (Kari) Priborsky, Joe Priborsky and one daughter Beth (Jason)Denton. Dennis loved taking care of his family. He was always there to help anybody. He was the owner of Maplewood Auto and also worked in the Automotive as a mechanic at Wal-Mart. Dennis attended the Mountain Home Church of Christ. He enjoyed spending time with his 8 Grandchildren and two Great Grandchildren, Ashley, Paige, Clay(Haley), Levi, Nicole, Brianna, Makayla, Antien, and Jaxson. He is preceded in death by his parents Charles and Dorothy Priborsky. Services will be at a later date. The Family is under the care of Roller Funeral Home.
Joe and family, I’m so sorry to hear of Dennis passing. My late husband was a mechanic always did his own cars. When he could no longer do it, he trusted Dennis because Dennis was honest and a good Christian.May memories help you at this hard time, knowing Dennis is with his Heavenly Father.God bless you.
Mike and Kari, we were so sorry to hear of your loss. May the Lord give you comfort and strength during this difficult time. All our love and prayers.
So sorry for your loss of Dennis. Prayers for all the family that God will put peace in your hearts.Philip and Nancy Hurst
I had the honor of knowing Dennis through employment at the Walmart auto center. He was always positive and smiling. He will be missed by many. Prayers for the family.
All of the family, you have my heartfelt.sympathy. We have lost a great man. I love all of you.Anne Heenan
One the nicest guy l had the honor to work with
I worked with Dennis for almost 20 years in the Auto Department, and all of us are going to miss him dearly. He was my go to person if I had any issues with my vehicle, and he was always so knowledgeable.He was definitely one of nicest people there was.I am praying strong for his family, my heart goes out to them.
dennis was such a great man ,always helpful and always friendly. We worked at Walmart together .I am.sure going to miss seeing him .my deepest sympathy to the family .my thoughts and prayers are with you ❤ 🙏
Knowing you for all these years has been a privilege, Dennis! You were always a true example of a Christian in every way. Your family has been blessed to have you in their lives. So have Roger and I. Now to all the family, you have all my condolences. Your dad was a great man! He was loved by so many people!! I’m so thankful that I had the privilege to know him and love him as my Christian brother. Much love to you all!
I’ve known Dennis for all of the years that we’ve both lived in Mtn Home, 1983, he from Omaha/ Council Bluffs and me from Pineville / Jonesboro. I met him in the Church yard of College and North Church of Christ. There was immediately a connection between his family and mine. We all spent lots of time together at their home, ours or other Church members. Dennis, you made me a better man, Christian, Father, Husband and friend. Great mechanic and so helpful in diagnosis and repairs of our vehicles and many, many people and families. I’m saddened at your passing, but I am so happy for the Heavenly Home that you are enjoying now with all the Saints, families, friends, and our Great God and His Son Jesus that will last forever and ever. I won’t see you again down here, but look forward to seeing you again up there. You prepared for this last life and as you (Dennis) would say, have you and I prepared for it? Much love!
Our hearts break for you at this time. Keeping you all in our heart and prayers.
I’m so sorry for your loss. My prayers and love are with you. 🙏
Joe, so sorry to hear of your dad's passing.Deepest sympathies to you and your family.
Our hearts break with yours. To all the family, you have our love and prayers for peace. May your precious memories give you some comfort as you remember wonderful times together. Leon and Elaine
So sorry for your loss. Will be praying for your family.
Family of Dennis Prayers for you and the loss of such a good man. Be proud, be pleased and Have comfort knowing he lived a Christian life. We love all of you and pray for each of you. Phil and Carol Honey
My first husband, Jerry Hicks, thought Dennis was a good fair man and mechanic. He always went to Maplewood when it was a problem that Dennis handled.
Many prayers for the family. I am so sorry for the loss of a good friend and coworker. Dennis is a good man and will be missed greatly by many people.
Our thoughts and prayers go out to this family
Sorry to hear about Dennis. He was a good neighbor to us & enjoyed visiting with him. He will be greatly missed.
I’m so sorry to the family for their loss of a wonderful man. I’m shocked and deeply saddened. Dennis you were more than just a coworker, you were a great friend. I’m more knowledgeable to this day because of the wisdom you bestowed on me throughout our decade of working together. I have nothing but the upmost respect and admiration for you. I’ll miss your wit and silliness that always made smile. My thoughts go out to the family during this difficult time.
Rest in peace
My heart is hurting, Dennis was a great man who will be missed by many. Prayers for the family in this difficult time. Rest in peace Dennis.
Denniscwill be missed greatly. He was a great man with a big heart.
KATHLEEN WE are so sorry to hear that Dennis passed. Prayers are for you and that God will give you comfort in this time of loss. Our hearts are saddened in hearing this news. Stan & Maxine