Thursday, March 21, 2019
On This Date In Dino-history: March 21, 1987
Hey pallies, likes it was 32 solemnly sad years 'go on this day, March 21 in the year of our Dino 1987, that our most beloved Dino's most beloved boypallie, Captain Dino Jr., while pilotin' a Guard F-4 Phantom fighter jet for the California Air National Guard, crashed the plane in California's San Bernardino Mountains durin' a snowstorm. Dino Jr. and his Weapons System Officer, Mr. Ramon Ortiz, were both killed in the crash. Truly it is the saddest and most somber day in the life of our Dino.
Likes his incredible Daddy-o, Dino Jr. was a remarkable renaissance man of extraordinary talents.....singer, actor, tennis pro, pilot. Dino Jr. was destined to become heir apparent to the throne of our King of Cool, but likes that was so so tragically cut short by the crash of the jet on that darkest of dark days in the life of our Dino.
The demise of Dino Jr. began the demise of our Dino himself. Our great man simply lost the will to live without his prodigy by his side. Truth be told, probably the only man that our Dino looked up to was his beloved namesake Dino Jr.
Below is a picture of Dino Jr.'s gravesite and a bit of information on Dino Jr. and the location of the grave. We thanks the pad Seeing Stars for this picture and information. Also included below is a brief footage of the memorial service for Dino Jr. and
Yours In Dino,
Dino Martin Peters
The Grave of Dean Martin Jr.
Dino, the son of Dean Martin, part of the 60's pop band "Dino, Desi, and Billy." An Air Force Captain, he was killed when his plane crashed into a mountain; buried at the huge military National Cemetery in Los Angeles, California. His grace is against the south fence bordering Wilshire Blvd, in Section 419, grave P-28.
Posted by dino martin peters at 5:57 PM