DICKEY

Mark S. Dickey, 62, of Somerset, passed on August 24, 2017 at Conemaugh Memorial Hospital in Johnstown. Born April 12, 1955 in Somerset, he is a son of the late Richard and Lona (Queer) Dickey. He is survived by his wife of 27 years, Sandra (Ross) Dickey; daughter Jill Dickey and boyfriend Billy Tunstall of Somerset; son Christopher Brougher of Somerset; grandson Blake Brougher; brother Richard Dickey and wife Idella of Bethlehem, PA; and sisters Marilyn Brocious of Murrysville, PA and Janice Witkowski and husband Edward of Easton, PA. Mark was a longtime employee of the Fleetwood Folding Trailer Co. in Somerset, and later was a bus driver for the STA-Davis Bus Co. in Somerset. He enjoyed working and generally being outdoors. Friends will be received from 4-7 PM Saturday at Miller Funeral Home and Crematory, Somerset, with a service to follow at 7 PM. Interment at Somerset County Memorial Park will be private.

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3 Responses to DICKEY

  1. Kelly L Fritz says:

    Please accept my dearest condolences to your family in the passing of Mark. I had the pleasure of being his nurse at the Patriot, during his mishap several years ago. He kept in contact with me over the years and had a very special friendship. I will never forget when he came in on my birthday to the patriot and sang me Happy Birthday. I was blessed to have known him, and i am sure he was a blessing to each and every one of you. Sincerely Kelly Fritz

  2. John R. Johnson says:

    My sincere sympathy extended to the Dickey Family. I had the pleasure to grow up next to Mark and his family and for my entire childhood was in daily contact with him. He was always a very caring and likeable fellow. Although I have not seen him or talked with him in years, there are many fond memories of him, our times together and adventures. Sincerely, John R. Johnson (Former neighbor, across the field)

  3. Bill Weible says:

    I stumbled upon Mark’s obituary and recall him from our days at Fleetwood. Always an easy going guy to work with. You have my condolences.

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