Condolence & Memory Journal

sorry to hear about the passing of Mr Dickman, i remember him fondly from my youth, as i was friends with his sons, he was always cool to me and i remember him as a hard working man , my condolences to his family , RIP RPD

Posted by terry morrissey - fondulac - Family Friend   January 04, 2020

Roger will be greatly missed by all that knew Him. The short time I met and got to know him he always made me laugh. He was very strong willed but he would always say to me"i met my match" "ur a strong willed lady".he was a great person and I will miss him dearly. My condolences to the family.

Posted by Jelona Williams - WI - Acquaintance   December 28, 2019

What a guy. I'll always remember his ability to come up with interesting names, like calling the Pontiac Sunbird he owned one his "Solar Chicken" and I always remember his "wobbly hog" when I go to the Pig. He had a black conversion van which he and Shirley used for traveling, which he called "Black Beauty." He referred to one of the kids as "Dilly Dally" and was always quite proud of his high school nickname "welder," although I never learned the back story of that.

We got to be friends at JD in the snowmobile days, when Dicky used to take care of all our mechanical issues on the engines. We did a lot of motorcycle riding together, and back in 193 made a trip across Mexico. The night before we crossed back into the US, he quizzed me about what they would ask us at the border. I told him I could only recall being asked where I was born. He must have thought about this the next morning during the hour ride to the border, because when he pulled up they asked him what he had bought in Mexico, and he replied "Berlin, Wisconsin." We soon got that rectified and back into the US.

Dicky always wanted to go to Cabela's, and I wish I had taken him more often. He was a great guy, and he'll be missed.

Posted by Rob & Linda Feldman - Mayville, WI - Family   December 27, 2019