Dean Kimpel

April 29, 1956 – August 29, 2022

We honor and celebrate the Inspiring Life of DEAN KIMPEL. Dean will be remembered and cherished through the legacy of his family and friends.

CELEBRATION OF LIFE SERVICE

There will be a memorial service for Dean on Saturday, September 24, 2022, at 12:00 PM inside the Celebration Lounge at Inspired Life Memorials at Summerlin, located at 311 N. Buffalo Dr. Suite B, Las Vegas, NV 89145. For those that are unable to attend the memorial in-person, a live stream will be available on the Inspired Life Memorials Youtube Channel. Please see below for the link to watch and participate online:

https://youtu.be/FDNuB-YmB2U
LIFE REFLECTIONS

Dean Kimpel, age 66, left our world on August 29, 2022, at his home in Las Vegas, NV after courageously battling cancer.
Dean was born on April 29, 1956, at Trumbull Memorial Hospital, Warren, Ohio to June (Ostling) Kimpel and Dean Richard Kimpel. He graduated from Champion High School in 1974 and received a Bachelor of Science degree from Kent State University. From 1974-1977 he proudly served in the US Air Force as a Radio Repairman, reaching the rank of sergeant, and was a member of the drum and bugle corp.

During his time in the service, he was stationed in South Dakota and South Korea. After his discharge, he worked for Xerox in the repair division for 30 years, part of that time as a manager. He has since worked at a job he loved, Sr. Landman for Western Land Services, and was working for his own business, Kimpel
Land Services, at the time of his death. As a journeyed Landman, he worked in Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Oklahoma, Arizona, and Nevada. He was also a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church in Champion Township, Trumbull County, Ohio. He always had a project going on, including building two log cabin homes, the first in Bazetta Township and the second in the middle of 60 acres in Fowler Township, Trumbull County, OH, where he also built an airplane in his barn. He was always there when anyone needed help. Golf was a big part of his life and he enjoyed playing the casinos with his in-laws and wife. Best of all, he was a loving, devoted son to his father and mother in their later years.
He remains in the hearts of his loving wife, Jacqueline (Nail); his mother, June (Ostling) Kimpel; sisters, Diane Elser and Karen (Gary) McCoy; a brother, Craig Kimpel; mother-in-law Kathy Nail; father-in-law William Nail, III; sister-in-law, Kathleen (Kurt) Seifert; brother-in-law, William (Heather) Nail IV; several nephews and nieces and his precious dog, Kuper.
He was preceded in death by his father, Dean Kimpel; and his pups, Sara, Jessie, Kada, Sky, and Leanna, who were the loves of his life.

Jacquie would like in lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Animal Foundation Tribute and Memorial Gifts ǀ The Animal Foundation. Please follow the link below to donate.

https://animalfoundation.com/ways-give/give-honor-or-memory

AGAIN, PLEASE DO NOT SEND FLOWERS. Additionally, please also feel free to leave a loving comment or positive memory of Dean with the family.

9 Comments
  1. Gail Sertick

    Jacquie – what can I say I’m so sorry. My thoughts and prayers are with you, and please know I am thinking of you and your family. All my love, Gail

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  2. Cecily Goode

    Whenever we came to Vegas to see our grandkids he was always there. He and his wife came to the house with gifts for the 2 children.
    He will be missed by all friends and family.
    RIP DEAN

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  3. John Bishop Goode

    He was, and always will be, one of my heroes. His kindness, gentleness, and fierce determination will always remain with me. I shall miss him here on earth, but he’ll be on my mind and in my heart forever.

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  4. Melanie Meinke

    We will miss you Dean! Prayers to your family🙏🙏🙏 with love from your Ohio family Bob,Mel,Ryan, and Tyler Meinke

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  5. Barry Benedictus

    Dean was like family to me. We referred to him as “uncle” Dean. I have known him since I was a child as he was my father’s best friend. I had the pleasure of growing up and becoming an adult with him as a part of my life. He was a great man. He will be missed.

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  6. Kim (Nail) DeFabio

    Jacquie-I’m so sorry for your loss. I love you and praying for you. Sending you hugs.

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  7. Nancy Leskovec

    Jacquie- I am so very sorry! Dean was a wonderful person and you two were a special couple. My heart , prayers and thoughts are with you. We love you and if we can do anything please let us know.

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  8. Jamie Juvancic

    Jacquie – I am so sorry for your loss. Dean was a great guy and you guys made a beautiful couple. I remember how he used to love to play ball with Alexis when she started playing softball. She always ran over you Mom’s when you and Dean were there. Great memories. All my love, Jamie

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  9. Alexis Pounds

    Dean was such a fun, loving guy. One of my favorite memories as a kid was him tossing me balls to hit in Aunt Katie’s yard. My thoughts and prayers are with you Jacquie. I love you

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