Richard Blaine Dymock, Age 73, passed away on March 24, 2022. Born in Tooele, UT September 27, 1948 to Robert Blaine Dymock and Carol Mae Dymock. He is survived by his darling Sandy H. Dymock, and his seven children Troy (Lena) Thorpe, Derek (Brenda)Thorpe, Shantel (Christian) Matagi, Justin (Michelle) Dymock, Jacinda (Alex) Montano, Tyson Dymock, and Lance Dymock, 22 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, and his sister Colleen (Danny) Kofford. Viewing will be held on Monday, April 11th from 6:00pm – 8:30pm. The funeral will be April 12th at 11:00am (Viewing 9:30am – 10:45am). Both services will be held at Memorial Redwood Mortuary. There will be a live broadcast for funeral services. Please view instructions below.
Come to the services to celebrate his life with us and share your favorite memories of Rick!
Rick graduated from Cyprus High School in 1966. He served a 2 year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saint in the Northern California Mission. Rick had a bigger than life personality that left a lasting impression on many. He was very outgoing (not a shy bone in his body) and the life of any party. He was known for being a jokester, but also a spiritual giant. He was an amazing public speaker, and had a gift for memorization. He was an excellent father to his children.
He taught them to work together and play together. Because of this, they continue to play together today and provide the same great memories to their kids that he provided to them.
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So sorry for the loss of a great family member. Rick will truly be missing. His personal is unforgettable.
Love Don & Karen DeVoe
Remember him well from High School. Will miss him
Sorry to hear of Rick's passing. He was a great friend. I found out through Trejan who I work with at the Rexburg Temple. Bev and I have your family in our prayers.
You will forever be “Uncle Ricky” to those of us lucky enough to have known you. RIP my friend, we love you!
I worked with Rick in Camper World, United Sportsmen and East Canyon Resort. He was a good friend, colleague and mentor. He had such a great sense of humor and kept everyone laughing- all while leading the team!
I always respected Rick. He treated everyone with respect, had integrity and was honest in all of his dealings with his co-workers. He was a good man and a true friend.
So long my friend!
I have fond memories of Rick when he and i worked together taking care of l d s chapels with the Hunter Magna F M group.