“David was my first love and we shared four years together. He guided me through the death of my father, taught me all things as a parent would, and helped me grow with love. He once told someone we had been friends for over 50 years, and we were. We exchanged phone calls, emails, IMs, and visited at his home. We read together on-line and he continued to teach me with his amazing intellect and kindness. I still talk to him in my prayers every day and miss him so very, very much. My deep...
“I would like to offer my sincerest condolences to Mr. Dickey's family and friends.
I only met Mr. Dickey once, over the chess board at the 1984 Virginia State Chess Closed Championship (first big tournament in which I participated). I knew that he had been a past President of the Virginia Chess Federation (1968-69). He knew that I was very nervous and was very kind and analyzed the game with me afterwards. I enjoyed meeting him. He helped me along the path to the enjoyment of...
“miss you mr dickey
“I was lucky enough to know David for the past 10 years. I will miss having coffee with him every Thursday. It was a privilege to know him. He was kind, funny, and I'll miss him.
“My thoughts and prayers are with David's family during this difficult time.
Peggy Davis Williams
“most wouderful man i ever met.miss you mr dickey.you will always be in my heart.
“David was a good friend, though we'd lost contact in recent y6ears, and he possessed one of the finest minds I've ever known. He will be missed. My prayers and thoughts are with his family.
“ I had the good fortune to meet David at the University of Virginia and am honored to count him as a friend. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.
Jack W. Brooks, Jr.
“David was a very gifted attorney, and a wonderful, humorous fellow. I will miss him. My thoughts and prayers go with him and with his family. May God guard him and give him peace.