If anyone could throw a baseball from center field all the way to home plate, it was Dolph. If anyone could win any kind of talent show, it was Dolph. If anyone could melt hearts with a gorgeous smile and gentlemanly charm, it was Dolph. Gifted athlete, top international male model and actor, and filled with charisma, Dolph was someone who graced any setting with joy, laughter, and a remarkable sense of courageous living. He was a man who embraced the incredible highs, as well as lows, of this earthly life and maintained a gentleness of heart through it all. A lover of art, he could paint and sculpt, make beautiful and unique creations out of scraps, and transform thrift store treasures into showpieces. He loved animals, had a passion for cooking, and an undeniable flair for interior decorating. Dolph was an encourager, a believer in God, and had a heart of gold.
An unforeseen heart attack took him from this world at the too young age of 55. His soul is finally at rest in his heavenly father’s loving arms. Dolph is greatly missed already and survived by his sisters Debbie, Lauri and Tami; stepmom Julie; brother in-laws Paul and Rick; his niece Christine; nephews Andrew and Tyler; his aunt Ann Breslauer and her children Greg and Beth and their families; his uncles David and Dan and their families; other extended family and friends.
Gifts of remembrance can be made to the Salvation Army in his name.
Memorial services are yet to be determined and will be announced at a later date.