Jerrold David "Jerry" Dick
1952 - 2020
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JERROLD ”JERRY” DAVID DICK
February 4, 1952 ˜ February 3, 2020

Jerrold ”Jerry” David Dick, 67, was born to Hazel and Clarence Dick on February 4, 1952. Jerry was a lifetime resident of Vancouver, WA until his recent retirement and move to Garfield, WA. After a massive heart attack and months of complications, Jerry passed into the arms of Jesus on February 3, 2020. Jerry’s son, Andrew, was at his side.
Jerry had a special love for sports. He dedicated 18 years to coaching Alcoa Little League and being a board member. Golfing was also an option unless his Oregon State University Beavers were playing. He was an enthusiastic fan.
Jerry is survived by his wife of 33 years, Chris; sons, Rob Colson and Andrew Colson; daughter, Mindy Hicks; sister, Jeanne Browitt; brothers, Don Vandetta and Ken Dick; and close friends, Paul and Kathy White. Jerry was a loving grandfather and always enjoyed being with his grandchildren, Duncan, Drew, Devany, Donovan, Noah, Lucas, Sabra, and Cora.
The family would like to thank everyone for the many prayers and thoughtful acts of kindness extended during this difficult time.
A memorial service for Jerry will be held Saturday, February 29th, 2020, 10:00 a.m. at Memorial Lutheran Church, 2700 E. 28th Street, Vancouver, WA 98661. A light lunch following.
Memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.
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Published in The Columbian on Feb. 23, 2020.
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February 26, 2020
Chris, so sad to hear about Jerrold's passing. He was a special person that I will always remember. I first met "Jerry" in the seventh grade, I was sitting at a cafeteria table alone eating my lunch when he came over an introduced himself and asked if he could join me. He just had a way for making friends. Our condolences to you and your family. Glenn Cramer
February 25, 2020
Jerry and my sons Buz and Jeff were neighbors and best buddies in the early 1960s. He was almost like "my kid" qnd we loved hi dearly. What a sweetheart, The last time I saw him was when Buz died in an accident. Jerry came to be with us. It was the most wonderful visit. No talk. Our communication was spiritual and I will never forget it. I am sorry we lived in Vancouver all these years and lost touch with him. Rest in God's love.
Deanne Adams
February 25, 2020
May you Rest In Peace my long time kind, funny, School time Friend. You always made us laugh and all of us Love You!
Pam Adams
Classmate
February 24, 2020
for a special person
February 24, 2020
am so sorry for your loss of Jerry, I met him in the 80's, he was a special nice person..he will be missed.prayers for your family
bonnie smith
February 24, 2020
Chris,
It was painful to learn of Jerry's death. May your heart be filled with beautiful memories to sustain and bring comfort during this time of grief. We were school mates of Jerrold with fond memories too. Please accept our deepest sympathies. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family,
Molly, Cathi and Glady
CATHI ROLAND
February 24, 2020
I met Jerry later in my life but he always made me feel like we had known each other all of our lives. His friendliness and love of sports were unsurpassed. I'll treasure my memories.
Bruce RAUCH
February 23, 2020
Feb 23rd 2020

Chris and family:
so sorry to see jerry leave you to soon. He is in gods arms now.
ill miss all the good times that we shared over the years. go
beavers R.I.P. LITTLE BROTHER
DON VANDETTA
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