Death of Linda Dick

Linda Dick
Linda Dick

Last week we reported that Linda Dick, wife of retired GCI pastor Ron Dick, was in hospice care, in the final phase of her long battle with many health problems. We were saddened to learn that Linda died last Saturday morning (May 23). Her battle is now over, and we send our condolences to Ron and the whole family. Please join us in praying for their comfort at this difficult time.

Cards may be sent to family members at these addresses:

Ron Dick
63 Loren Drive
Sarasota, FL 34238-5157

Rae Heaton
3441 Lansdowne Dr
Lexington, KY 40517

Julee Stanley
3445 Lansdowne Dr
Lexington, KY 40517

7 thoughts on “Death of Linda Dick”

  1. Dear Ron,
    It is with deep sadness to hear this news about Linda. Our hearts go out to you at this very difficult and challenging time.
    Though I never got to know Linda well since we went to different campuses, I would like to share some of the fond memories I have have of you, Ron.
    We first met attending Imperial in the seventh grade. You were the undisputed tetherball champion. You also had a wicked serve in tennis. As my memories go, you and Greg Albrecht were also the foursquare champs, and Mitch Knapp and I along with Dave Register gave it our best shot to try to dethrone you guys, but you were undethroneable.
    I say this to let you know that you were like a mentor and gave me something to really strive for in our grade and high school years together. Even in math, remember Temac? You and Greg tended to leave us all in the dust, but I now really appreciate your example of striving to do your best because it really motivated me to do my best as well! (I doubt I had that same appreciation back then as well lol!)
    I just wanted you to know that you were a very important part of my life growing up and I appreciated your example which I gave it my all to follow.
    I will be praying for you during this major transition time in your life. And I have every confidence that God has great plans for you in the weeks and months ahead that you are uniquely prepared for.
    With deepest love and respect, Mel

  2. We are so sorry for your loss, and our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. May God, through our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, keep you and your family snuggled in His all compassionate arms during this time – and always.
    In Christian Love
    Grace Covenant Fellowship
    Birmingham, Alabama

  3. Dear Ron,

    Just wanting you to know how much I have been praying for you since I got this news about you and Linda’s struggles. I am saddened with you at your loss and praying that the Holy Spirit share the Special Hope and Encouragement that only He can under such circumstances! Truly love you brother and standing with and for you in prayer along with Jesus!



  4. Dear Ron,

    Please accept our deepest sympathies. Linda’s struggle is over and she is now at peace in God’s presence. I have always enjoyed time spent together at conferences, and hope to see you again one of these days. Our prayers are with you. Ray and Carol Meyer

  5. Dear Ron, Julee and Rae,

    I am so sorry to hear of Linda’s passing. I’ve always thought a great deal of your family and appreciated your example. I love you guys and I’m praying for you.

    With Love,

  6. Mr. Dick and family, our prayers are with you. We know that our FATHER will wrap HIS loving arms around you and give you comfort, strength and fulfill your every need as you adjust to this part of your journey with out your soul-mate. We can be thankful for the wonderful plan of GOD that will unite us again with those whom we love. May GOD’s favor and love be with you and your family.

  7. Hi Ron,

    I am so sorry to hear about Linda. She and I were good friends at Bricket Wood and traveled to Scotland together after our first year. I am so sorry we all lost touch over the years, and I am even sorrier to learn of your loss. I will always remember working with her in the kitchen and singing together. I am happy you had so many years together. I pray God’s comfort over you and your family.
    Sylvia Jones Stein

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