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Dennis Fletcher

Dennis C. "Abdul Quddus" Fletcher

Thursday, September 17, 1942 - Sunday, April 25, 2021
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Obituary

Dennis C. Fletcher, a.k.a Abdul Quddus, 78, of Cleveland and formerly of Sandusky, died Sunday, April 25, 2021 at Louis Stokes VA Hospital in Cleveland.

He was born in Cleveland on September 17, 1942 to Ruth Helen Fletcher and William Warren. He was a graduate of John Jay High School and enlisted in the United States Army in 1962. He was honorably discharged in 1967.

Dennis retired from CTS/RTA after many years, then became a letter courier for the Post Office, then drove in Sandusky.

In 1993, Dennis moved to the Islamic faith and changed his name to Brother Abdul Quddus. He entered the Ohio Veterans Home in Sandusky in 2000, where he met his wife, Ruth (Farris) Fletcher. They were united in holy matrimony in 2004.

Dennis leaves to cherish fond memories, his wife, Ruth Fletcher; daughter, Marshay Gibbons-Richards (Jerome); step-children, Shamona Farris, Denarius Walk, Sr.; grandchildren, Marshallette Clark, Carzell Gibbons, Marquel Gibbons, Sonte Gibbons, Sr., Kasha Hill, and Kayonna Hill; great-grandchildren, Kasmira Clark, Jamiera White, Sonte Gibbons, Jr., Denarius Walk, Jr., and Brayzen Gordon-Wheat; and a host of other relatives and dear friends.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his son, John Griffin; and brother, Gerald W. Fletcher.

Private burial will take place in the Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman. Toft Funeral Home & Crematory, 2001 Columbus Ave., Sandusky, is handling arrangements.
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    Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery
    Address
    10175 Rawiga Road
    SEVILLE, OH 44273
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Sister Aani Fatimah Khatoon

Posted at 08:37pm
Abdul your teachings were well needed. I appreciated the time you spent with me. I am no longer in a sunken place because of you.

"And never think that Allah is unaware of what the wrongdoers/unjust do. He only delays them for a Day when eyes will stare{in Horror}" Quran 14:42
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TheTruthShallNotBeHidden

Posted at 08:17pm
I'm so sorry for your loss and pain Marshay and Family. I will continue to pray for you and your Families. Dennis Abdul was a great man, a man of Allah. He talked the talk and walked the walk of Allah. Why, Why, Why was Dennis not buried on the 3rd day as his religion teaches and practice. To my Muslim Brothers and Sisters, I'm so sorry that this happened to you all. May Allah comfort you all and get you thru this horrible storm. Why, Why, Why was Dennis not buried next to his Mother and Brother in Cleveland Ohio which was one of his few requests and his Family request which was well known. Marshay ,her children, the Muslims of Cleveland and Dennis's very close friends were heavily involved in his care from the moment he got sick and it is so so so wrong that he was taken away from them so maliciously. He vowed that he would never visit Sandusky again and everyone that knew him know this. Cleveland is his home. Anyone who truly knew him know that he disliked this small town. Everything and everyone he deeply love resides in Cleveland. So many that deeply love him, resides in Cleveland. Private burial with no date and no Cleveland loved ones invited/allowed, Why, Why, Why, ALLAH, please help change evil hearts to good, I beg you
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