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WARREN HENRY DICK

Warren Henry Dick, 90, of Savannah, Georgia and husband of Florence Elinore Berg Dick, died Saturday morning, April 11, 2015, on his birthday and at his home.

Born in Brooklyn, New York, he was a son of the late John Dick and the late Edith Stollmeyer Dick. Mr. Dick was of the Baptist faith. He graduated from Andrew Jackson High School and Stinson School of Aviation. Mr. Dick worked with American Airlines at LaGuardia Airport and retired from Republic Aviation Corporation as a quality control engineer after 31 years of service. After retirement they moved to St. Augustine, Florida where they lived for 30 years.

Mr. Dick met Florence Berg at Calvary Baptist Church in New York City and they married on March 18, 1950. Surviving are his wife of 65 years, Florence Elinore Berg Dick of Savannah, Georgia; one daughter, Karen Mantho and her husband, Hank, of Savannah, Georgia; two sons, Randall Dick and his wife, Diane, of Willow Valley, Pennsylvania, and Paul Dick and his wife, Teresa, of Indianapolis, Indiana; seven grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren.

The funeral service will be held at 11 o’clock Wednesday morning at the graveside, Greenwich section of Bonaventure Cemetery, conducted by The Reverend Kenneth Philbeck.

Online Condolences

  1. Gloria White says:

    Warren was one of the kindest neighbors you could have.
    And we all on Ridgewood Lane surely missed them when
    they moved to Savannah. Neighbors from other parts of the
    subdivision still remember him and often ask about he and
    Florence.
    He will be sadly missed. Florence and Family you have my
    deepest sympathy.

  2. Gloria White says:

    Please accept our Deepest Sympathy-
    Your previous Neighbors on Ridgewood Lane.

  3. Melissa Lane says:

    It is so difficult to put into words all that my grandfather was. While I know that he is rejoicing in Heaven right now, I am so saddened that he isn’t physically here with us anymore. I’m sad that my kids won’t know him like I did. I miss him so much already. He was the most faithful person I have ever known. He was so ready to meet his Savior and spoke of it often. He was such a family man and because of that our family is close. He was always willing to help others out and always on the go. He always had the most beautifully landscaped yard and even took care of his church’s landscaping in St. Augustine years ago. I will really miss his laugh, sense of humor, stories, wisdom, and so much more. When he got to Heaven, I know he was greeted with “well done my good and faithful servant.” We will miss him so much!

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