Dennis Blaine Angus, 74, of Salt Lake City, Utah, passed away on March 20, 2023. He was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Teri Ishmael Angus, and his son, Ryan Dennis Angus. He is survived by his children, Troy Dennis Angus (Kimberly) and Melinda Angus-Hill (Phillip),
four grandchildren (Morgan, Austin, Anthony, and Lauren), and five great-grandchildren (Allison, Sam, Alex, Jameson, and Kizer).
Dennis was born on November 3, 1948, in Salt Lake City to Blaine and Mary Ann Angus. He attended Jordan High School where he met his future wife, Teri Ishmael, and they were married for 56 years until her passing in September 2022.
Dennis spent his entire adult life working at CECO Construction, where he worked his way up to General Foreman. He retired from CECO and enjoyed spending time with his family and pursuing his hobbies. Dennis loved fishing, and hunting but his interests shifted to photography
because he loved animals. He and Teri spent many summers at Fish Lake, where he would fish and she would make jewelry and socialize.
In addition to his hobbies, Dennis was an avid reader and amateur children's book author. He was a talented tinkerer and enjoyed spending time in his workshop creating new things.
A graveside funeral service will be held at Larkin Mortuary (1950 East 10600 South, Sandy UT 84092) on Friday, at 2:00 March 24, 2023. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Humane Society of Utah in memory of Dennis and Teri's love for animals.
Dennis will be remembered for his kind heart, his love for his family, and his passion for life. He will be deeply missed by all who knew him
A long road together Dennis —— No one can fill those work boots like you have done. Happy trails old Pal ——-
Sorry to see you go old buddy. There are not many of us old Ceco boys left. Dennis and I worked together for 47 years. His advice and friendship will be missed. Dennis see you on the other side for whatever God needs us to build.
Sincerely, Dan & Jeanie Heyder
Dennis was one of my mentors and teachers at Ceco. As a young project manager he shared his knowledge and experience with me. The Montage Resort was the largest project that I had ever done. Dennis was our general foreman on that project. I love the time on that project and am thankful for everything that Dennis taught me.
I am sorry for your loss. I wish I could have been at his funeral to share in remembering him and celebrating his life.