On August 9, 1950, Dennis Phillip Fletcher known as "Junie or Cat Man" was born to the late Thomas Molock & Ellen Crawford (Babysis) In Cambridge, MD. He entered his eternal rest unexpectedly January 23, 2022.\n \n\n Dennis received his education t Cambridge South Dorchester High. In his earlier years, he was one of the 1st Black African Americans to attend an all white segregated school leading him to be apart of The Civil Rights movement era. Dennis was well traveled. Living in Washington, D.C, boxing piqued his curiosity and he won golden gloves in " The National Golden Glove Competition". He once lived in Ohio working as a Locomotive Engineer at Ohio Railroads as well as living in Buffalo, NY, as a chef for a number of years. Thereafter, he reside in Cambridge, MD, to be near his family. Dennis was a very sharp man in style, dress hat, tie, suit, cufflinks and gator shoes (yeah that was him). His hobbies were binge watching old horror films, cartoons, the three stooges and some westerns.\n \n\n In addition to his father Thomas Molock and mother Ellen Crawford, he was preceded in death by his granddad Dennis Fletcher, grandma Francis Fletcher, three aunts; Bernadine Fletcher, Gloria Holland, Rosa Molock and three uncles, Reginald Fletcher, James Fletcher and Philip Fletcher.\n \n\n Dennis leaves to cherish his memories, one daughter Lavern Morton; three grandchildren Sad'e Morton, Tabari Allen, Tabria Allen; three great grandchildren Ki'ora Morton, Kynlee Allen-Thomas, Iyla Allen; three siblings, Aldene Harmon (Zennie), Jessie Fletcher, Thomas Russem; two uncles, Gilbert Fletcher, Freddie Allen; three aunts Lillie Shalto, Denise Fletcher, Debbie Fletcher; extended brother and best friend Ike Downs; a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.