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William “Bill” F. Dick, Jr.

William “Bill” F. Dick, Jr., 87, of Hays, Kansas passed away June 5, 2019 at St. Luke’s Hospice House in Kansas City, Missouri.

 

Born in Sterling, Colorado to William and Geraldine (Yonkers) Dick, he was 1 of seven children. In his younger years he enjoyed rodeo, then spent his career buying, selling and trading horses.

 

He retired at the age 75 from Ellis County Feeders after 25 years of employment.

 

Bill loved to work in his yard and garden and also enjoyed hunting coyotes with his greyhounds.

 

He is preceded in death by his wife LaVene “French” (Brees) Dick, siblings Mary Lou Dick, Sandra Peterson and his parents.

 

He is survived by children David Dick (Becki), of Sterling, Colorado; Marty Dick (Gail) of DeSoto, Kansas, daughter Julie Zoller (Bob) Paola, Kansas, Billie Jo Epperson, Bethany, MO, Becky Searight (Matt) of Kansas City, MO; siblings Betty Jo McIntire, Buffalo, MO, Shirley Kaiser, Sidney, NE, Donna George, Sidney, NE, Dan Dick, Ellis, KS; 9 grandchildren and  18 great grandchildren. 

 

A memorial service will be held 10:00 am, Saturday July 13, at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church, 2422 Hyacinth Avenue, Hays, Kansas. Following the service, Bill will be laid to rest with his wife French in the church cemetery. 

Additional Service:
Memorial Service
Location:
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church
Address:
2422 Hyacinth Ave.
City:
Hays
State:
Kansas
Zip Code:
67601
Date of Service:
Jul 13 ,2019
Time of Service:
10:00 am
Additional Information:
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Condolences

Kenneth and Ramona Sinner and Family Jun 13 ,2019

Cousin ,Scottsbluff ,Nebraska

Family of William “Bill” Dick. On behalf of Kenneth and Ramona Sinner and family, we want to express our deepest and sincere condolences. Ken and Bill were cousins, but grew up closer than brother in eastern Colorado. Dad spoke often about all the good times they shared as young boys. When travel became difficult, time and distance separated them, Dad would give “Cousin Bill” a call and they would talk and reminisce, horses was the focus most of their conversation. My Dad will miss visiting with him, but he has some pictures of the two of them. Mark Sinner, for the Sinner family from Nebraska.