Damien Scott Dorre, 17, of Southfield, Michigan, student at Groves High School, passed away on Friday, February 24, 2012.
Damien was always a kid at heart who just loved to play, be outside, and always busy doing something. He was smart, always getting good grades and had a great study habit of always doing his homework before going out to play. There were many things that made Damien smile in life including: fishing, bow hunting, Frisbee golf, bike rides, working on cars, making things with his hands, chocolate ice cream, Mexican pizza, Skittles, the movie "Goonies", old school Nintendo games like SuperMario or Bubble Bobble, Pokemon, or his favorite, tacos. Damien would have eaten tacos every night for dinner if he was allowed. He loved Bonpops and was even known as "Uncle Bonpop".
There were many things that brought Damien great joy, but nothing more than the love of his family and friends. He was always looking to play a game or just simply do something fun with someone. You could sometimes find him playing video games, playing spoons, cards, chess, swimming, or one of his favorite games, hide-and-seek.
In his free time, he was very talented at drawing. He was also known for recalling lines from movies that no one else could remember and brought a smile to everyone's face.
For those that knew him, he was funny, smart, witty, and would always make you smile and laugh. He will be greatly missed by all with whom his life has touched.
Beloved and adored son of David and Rosemarie. Brother of Angel Mensing (Jason) and David Henry. Grandson of Hank and Mary Lou Levine and the late Theodore and Nancy Dorre. Also survived by numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
Family will receive friends at A.J. Desmond & Sons (Vasu, Rodgers & Connell Chapel), 32515 Woodward (btwn 13-14 Mile), Monday 12:00–8:00pm. Scripture service 7:00pm.
Funeral Mass Tuesday 10:00am. at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, 32340 Pierce, Beverly Hills. Visitation at church begins 9:30a.m.
Memorial tributes to the Michigan Humane Society.
Read Damien Dorre's Obituary and Guestbook on desmondfuneralhome.com.