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Charles “Greg” Gregory Dick

Date of Death: July 18, 2016
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Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
120 Keating Drive
Winchester, VA 22601
Friday 7/22, 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church
120 Keating Drive
Winchester, VA 22601
Friday 7/22, 11:00 am
Sacred Heart Cemetery
1120 South Cameron Street
Winchester, VA 22601
Friday 7/22

Reception to follow interment at the family home “Selma”, 514 Amherst Street, Winchester, Virginia

Charles Gregory “Greg” Dick Mr. Charles Gregory “Greg” Dick, 75, of Front Royal, Virginia died Monday, July 18, 2016 in Blue Ridge Hospice Residential Center. Mr. Dick was born in 1941 in Winchester, Virginia, the son of the late Charles Hoover and Lucille “Lou” Dick. He graduated from Handley High School, Class of 1959, attendedContinue Reading

Jerry Longtin left a message on January 11, 2017:
I was coached by Greg as a member of the first Christendom College basketball team. He was an inspiration to me and I think of him and have tried to pass on some of his love for the game, as I've coach my teams over the years. I know he will be missed.
Susan DeHaven left a message on July 22, 2016:
I went to high school with Greg and he was a great guy. It was always good to see him at class reunions. He will be missed. Condolences to his family. 75 used to be old, but in today's world it is too young to die. May God sustain you in this time of sadness.
barney ottinger left a message on July 21, 2016:
Met Greg on the first day of our freshman year at the University of Virginia, friends ever since. Shared life's ups and downs over the years and had many a discussion about Notre Dame football , Virginia football, and college football in general.We were on opposite sides usually as I was for anyone who played Notre Dame, in particular Penn State...a lot of really good natured fun. Greg was president of the Honor Court at the University of Virginia and he lived his life in the spirit of Honor that that represented. A trusted friend, a TRUE patriot that loved our country , a devoted keeper of his faith, a committed father,a worthy son of the Greatest Generation, and my friend that I was honored to have. We shall meet again. Barney Ottinger
Warren Roach left a message on July 21, 2016:
Kathryn and family, I am so sorry for your loss. .
Dr. William R. Luckey left a message on July 21, 2016:
Sorry for this terrible loss. I will pray for his soul and family in this trying time.
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Tom Brock left a message on July 21, 2016:
I will miss this man. Kind, generous, noble, humble and he bore his suffering with dignity and never without a smile for the public. I am so blessed to have had him in my life as a mentor and example during my years as a young man at Christendom. Greg will be a fixture in our family prayers.
Toby Voron left a message on July 20, 2016:
Kathryn and family, I am so sorry for your loss. My heart goes out to all of you. May the fond memories you had together carry you through this trying time.
Bill McMullan left a message on July 20, 2016:
Devotion to God, country and family is what Greg was all about. He faced death as he did life, with courage, and strength and dignity. Like so many others, I have wonderful memories of our growing up together and of all our good times at Selma! I am proud to be Greg's lifelong friend.
Paul Hampton Thomson left a message on July 20, 2016:
God Speed my friend...
Katie Dove Norton left a message on July 20, 2016:
Rest in peace Greg. Praying for your family. Your parents used to live next to my Grandparents growing up on Wood circle. You will be missed.
Jerry Beightol left a message on July 19, 2016:
It is a sad that my wonderful friend, Charles Gregory Dick, has passed. He was an honorable person and was a delight to be around. He enjoyed Notre Dame football as well as anyone I have ever known. He was like an encyclopedia telling stories and relics that was so historical about the great institution he loved so well!! He was as tough as a piece of steel and might bend, but, never break. He was Vietnam veteran and he was very proud of his service! He shared many stories of his tour in "Nam!" One of the fun things he enjoyed was tennis. He could play tennis really well and there were times we would play for hours at a time until we could barely walk. He loved his family more than anything and I for one really enjoyed hearing about each one of them. He was proud of each one and he dedicated his life to them. I was and am honored to call him friend, although, he was always much more than that to me. He is forever etched in my heart and mind. I say farewell my dear friend until we meet again! You are no longer in pain or suffering and the good Lord wants you home! I loved you as a brother and you were a special person in my life!
Omps Funeral Home left a message:
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