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D. Siltman web photoDennis Siltman of Braham passed away Tuesday, February 2, 2010. He was 50 years old.

FUNERAL SERVICE will be at 1:00PM on Saturday, February 6th at Braham High School.

VISITATION will take place Friday, February 5, 2010 at the Braham Evangelical Lutheran Church from 4PM-8PM, plus one hour prior to the service on Saturday at the school.

INTERMENT will be at Grass Lake Mission Cemetery in Grasston.

Dennis Phillip Siltman left this life February 2, 2010 at North Memorial Hospital. He was 50 years old.

Dennis was born the third of six siblings on January 28, 1960 in Shakopee, Minnesota to William and Kay (Nichols) Siltman. The family lived in Egan Township of the Shakopee area, and then later moved to Bethel. In 1972 the family settled on the farm in Braham. Dennis had resided in Braham ever since. Dennis attended Braham Schools from 1972 until his graduation in May 1978.

Dennis worked various jobs including, the Braham Feed Mill, farms in the area, and Braham Schools since April 1991. He was dedicated to the school, its staff, and above all the students or anyone in need. His dedication to the students won him the title of Football Mom of the Year 2 years straight.

Dennis married Amy Diedrich July 28, 1984. This union was blessed with the birth of a son, Korey David on May 14, 1985. Dennis and Amy later divorced in 2001.

Survivors include a son Korey of Braham; former wife Amy; mother Kay Siltman of Braham; sister Debbie Hughes (David) of Carrollton, Texas; brothers Dean (Cindy) of Little Falls, MN, Dustin of Braham; nieces Misty and Kourtney Hughes, Natasha Justin, Tiana Siltman and nephew Hunter Siltman; great niece Adalie and many other relatives and friends. He was preceded in death by his father; two brothers, David and Dan, and grandparents.


  1. What an incredible loss for you, the family, and for all who knew Dennis. Such a sweet, kind man – always willing to help – and happily! I’ll treasure all his handwritten recipes for me (complete with cell phone # if I had a problem) – the many times he dropped off fresh vegetables for John and I – helping us strip wood floors and fixing garage doors – but mostly his unwavering friendship & bright smile. Miss him already…………

  2. Dennis was one of my favorite people to work with. He was always helpful, thoughtful and there when you needed him. He will certainly be missed at Braham School.

  3. Our sympathies and thoughts go out to Dennis’ family & friends. He always had a smile and a greeting for us when we attended events at the school. He will missed.

  4. My sympathies to the family. I was very furtunate to have worked with Dennis. He was always there to help, with a smile, when you needed he. He will be missed.

  5. My thoughts and prayers go out to the Siltman family. He was always eager and willing to help with our project at the school. He was great individual and an interesting person to listen to. Dennis will be deeply missed.

  6. I don’t think that I could remember a time that Dennis wasn’t smiling. He was always the first one to lend a hand and to help whoever needed it.
    What a treasure he was to have for the time that he was with us!! Our prayers our with his family. Our community has lost one of it’s finest members. “Rest in Peace Dennis”

  7. Dennis was a very kind man. He will be greatly missed by this community! Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

  8. Dear Korey and family,
    We have such wonderful memories of Dennis. One of our favorites is the following. When Darwin would be getting lights ready for concerts, Dennis would come in and stand in front to help check if lighting was right (because Dennis thought the shine from the top of his head was the perfect test!) He would come in a say, “Hey Darwin, are you ready for the glare test?” What a wonderful sense of humor. We are going to miss him so much. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. It was an honor for both of us to have worked with Dennis.
    With love and sympathy,
    Marlene and Darwin Nelson

  9. Dennis was a great guy & will be missed. He was so personable & eager to to be with High schoolers, the staff, & the project workers.

  10. Dear Korey and Family,
    My thoughts and prayer are with all of you. I will never forget how he always had a smile on his, always willing to lend a helping hand. He will truely be missed. God Bless,
    Mara Thorson

  11. Hey,

    You were an amazing guy. Whenever you were smiling everybody else was!! Rest in Peace Dennis!!!

    Your friend,
    Cody Carlson :)

  12. Dear Siltman Family,
    Our paryers and thoughts are with you at this time.
    Dennis was a wonderful person, always there with a smile and helping hand. We will miss his jokes and comments that he liked to share when seeing in him in the community or in the school. The School hallways will be little quieter know, but his presence will linger in all of us for years to come.
    Rest in Peace Dennis

  13. Dennis i will miss you alot im so glad i got to see you for the last time when i was working with you i really liked the job working with you you will be missed dearly.
    David Meyer
    Braham Area High School

  14. It’s truly sad to hear of such an amazing loss for all of us who had the pleasure of living with Dennis in what you can argue is the greatest time in our lives. While I have never had the opportunity to meet Dennis’ family, please know that you are in our hearts and prayers and we mourn for your loss. God Bless you.

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