Delessly Tanner

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Delessly "Dee" Tanner, 58 of Jamestown, formerly of Falconer, passed away Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2023. Born May 17, 1965 in Jamestown a son of the late Wayne A. and Judy M. Livermore Tanner. Dee was employed as a fork lift operator for over 25 years at Crawford Furniture until it's closing. He was then employed at several businesses including Hope's Windows. He was an associate member of the Vietnam Veterans Assn. and was proud to be active in the Honor Guard. Dee was a NASCAR fan and stayed loyal to the 24 car after Jeff Gordon retired so he didn't have to buy new clothes. He also enjoyed camping, being outdoors and participating in demolition derbies. Husband of 29 years to the late Kathryn J. Sischo Tanner, who he married Sept. 22, 1990 and who died May 22, 2019; father of Jennifer Peters and Keith Blair all of Jamestown; grandfather of five and a great-grandson; brother of Debbra (David) Grossman of Kennedy, DeWayne (Lynn) Tanner and Dawn Sell all of Frewsburg. Dee loved his nieces and nephews including the late Raychell Sell (Aug. 26, 2001). A celebration of life is being planned and will be announced. Memorials to Roswell Park Cancer Institute. Arrangements by Jordan Funeral Home, Sinclairville. Condolences to
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1965 - 2023

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