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Richard "Dick" Heslop

Lehigh, Iowa

Feb 27, 1935 – Mar 26, 2018 (Age 83)


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Carson-Stapp Funeral Homes Obituary

Dick Heslop, 83, of Lehigh, Iowa, passed away on Monday, March 26, 2018, at Southfield Wellness Community in Webster City. A celebration of his life will be held 11:00 a.m., Thursday, March 29, 2018, at the Lehigh United Methodist Church. Pastor Beth Morgan will officiate. Military Rites...

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Hi, Jody and families. I am so sorry to hear about your Dad. I know he will be missed. you have my prayers. love your other mother from School days, Linda Hay

So glad we bumped into him Labor Day weekend! Will miss his hugs!

To Cindy, Angie and Jodie. I'm sending you all my most heartfelt condolences on the passing of your dad. He was a longtime friend of our entire family. I want to share a memory with you all that your dad shared with me: your dad was my very first boyfriend! When I was a little kid of 4 or 5 on the farm west of Lehigh, your dad was working for my dad during the summer. One day at dinner, I looked up and announced to everyone "I'm going to marry him!" Your dad and mom went to school...

Loved your Dad Angie and family!!! Always a joy to see him and your mom around Lehigh and in our office. I know they loved you so much!!! Prayers for the peace knowing they are dancing in Heaven now! God Bless. Judy Cassen

Our memory is of Dick & Phil walking past my Mom's house, hand in hand talking to each other. If you were out side they would yell hello. That vision will be with my the rest of my life, because they were so much in love. Wonderful friend.

Great person, great family and always remember the white shoes! He will be missed.

Many years ago "Mr. Heslop" and I played the occasional round of golf. After that when we would run into each other somewhere we would talk and laugh for a few minutes. Then we would get into a serious conversation about something then just when he had me hooked he would throw something out there that just totally deflated the conversations and I walked away laughing and shaking my head. Not just because of what just happened but because he had done the same thing every time before...

Always good for a laugh, and a good guy.

Always good for a laugh, and a good guy.