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Obituary of David Thomas Dick

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     David Thomas Dick, 72, husband of Brenda Sue Nelson Dick, passed away on Thursday, September 16, 2021 unexpectedly.

    Born in Greenwich, CT on May 13, 1949, he was the son of the late Francis Joseph & Barbara Jean Mead Dick. Mr. Dick was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church. Known by his CB handle as “The Flying Frenchman”, he was the owner and operator of his own trucking business for over 50 years. Mr. Dick was a veteran and an avid outdoors man who loved hunting and fishing. He was also an amazing cook who enjoyed sharing his food with family and friends.

     Surviving in addition to his wife include two sons and their wives, Jim and Andie Dick & Jeff and Meghan Humphries all of Aiken; a step daughter and her husband, Andrea & Scott Strano of Blanchard, OK; 2 step sons and their wives, Kael & Kim Cleveland of Sante Fe, TX, & Lance and Lindsay Cleveland of Plains, KS; three grandchildren, Brittany Dick (Justin Keane),  Lauren Winburn (Jacob Winburn), Tyler Dick (Alex Rogier); 1 great-granddaughter, Willow Rayne Winburn.

     In addition to his parents, Mr. Dick was pre-deceased by his first wife, Elizabeth “Betsy” Humphries Dick and his brother, Ronald Dick.

     The family will receive friends on Friday, September 24 from 6:00p.m. – 8:00p.m. at the Historic George Funeral Home & Cremation Center, 211 Park Ave SW, Aiken, SC 29801 (803) 649.6234

     Memorials may be made to Trinity United Methodist Church, 2724 Whiskey Road, Aiken, SC 29803 or to the SPCA Albrecht Center for Animal Welfare, 199 Willow Run Road, Aiken, SC 29801.

     Online expressions of sympathy for the family may be made by visiting www.georgefuneralhomes.com

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6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Friday, September 24, 2021
George Funeral Home Historic Downtown Chapel
211 Park Ave., SW
Aiken, South Carolina, United States
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