Dale Dean Dickson

Topeka, Kansas


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Dale Dean Dickson, D.D.S., 76, of Topeka, passed away January 9, 2011, at McCrite Retirement Plaza. He was born in Lawrence, Kansas, on May 30, 1934, to Ross Dale and Garnet (Silliman) Dickson. He moved to Topeka from Ohio as a young student, becoming an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Topeka High...

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My thoughts and prayers are with you in your time of grief. May your memories bring you comfort.

Bunny, Darcy, and David - Both my husband and I were so shocked to hear of your loss. I will always remember coming to your home with Darcy while at WRHS and seeing your Dad (Dale) sitting in the chair and welcoming me as part of the family and always just being there to talk. I remember him sharing his thoughts with Darcy and I about moving out together. My husband will always remember how special your Dad (Dale) was to his mother for his mother (Dee Spencer) worked for him several years...

Bunny - My prayers & sympathies are with you & your family. You were very good to Dale & I admired your love & dedication to your husband.

Dear Dickson Family- I am so sorry to learn of Dad Dickson passing away. All my love, Carrie Owings-Winters

Dear Bunny, Darcy and David,

Bunny, we have enjoyed our friendship with you and Dale over the past many years. The Topeka Civic Theater, the trips, the many visits to the Lake of the Ozarks, the laughs and great times we have had with you two will forever be with us.

Darcy and David, I know you have been a tremendous source of strength and comfort to your mother during these difficult times. You were all so diligent in being at your dad's bedside during this past...

I was Dr. Dale Dickson's first Dental assistant/receptionist and have always had fond memories of him and his family. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. I will have you and your family in my prayers.

Dear Bunny and Family

I am so saddened to read of Dale's passing. My condolences to you all.

Bunny, I have many fond memories of meeting you and Dale and helping you both earn your Private Pilot licenses at Capitol Air Service way back in the 1960s.

Your, now, "old" flight instructor,

You may not remember me, but we used to be neighbors long ago. I am sorry for your loss. Please accept my condolensces.

So sorry to hear this news. I know we haven't spoken since high school, but you are often in my thoughts. Know that I have you in my prayers.