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ISAAC DYCK (IKE)
Date of Passing: Nov 26, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
He is survived by his wife of 69 years, Katherine (Tina) Dyck, six children, Marlene Hiebert (Jim), Ken Dyck (Anne), Gerald Dyck (Tannis), Gary Dyck (Sherry), Doug Dyck (Suzanne), and Kathy Hiebert (Darrell), 21 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren, two sisters, Tina Harms and Betty Reimer and one brother Bill Dyck, many nephews and nieces and countless number of friends.
Dad was born in Plum Coulee, MB to Abrahm and Elisabeth Dyck and moved to Kleefeld with his family when he was 14 years old. He was a very curious boy and remained so until his passing. He married the love of his life in 1951 and they had 70 wonderful years together.
As a young man, dad was a truck driver, carpenter and spent some years as a buyer for Eatons. His main career was spent at Flo Form Industries, from which he retired after 26 years, to enter into full time ministry together with Mom as Christian counsellors. This took Mom and Dad to many places to minister the word of God and bring people to walk in the freedom through inner healing. His passion for the word of God remained strong as he was still reading and expounding the word until just days before his passing. His hobbies were reading, singing, wood working, gardening, studying and watching Wheel of Fortune. His love for his God, wife and family was most evident in how he lived his life.
Dad has taught us many things, none so much as love and gratitude. It is with grateful hearts that we, his family, say thank you to the staff at Niverville Credit Union Manor and most recently to the staff at St. Pierre Hospital for the exceptional love and care given to dad.
2 Timothy 4:7
"I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith."
Birchwood Funeral Chapel in care of arrangements
As published in The Carillon on Dec 03, 2020
Condolences & Memories (2 entries)
Dear Tina + family. Sincere condolences in your loss. Great memories of our time at Bethel Mennonite Church in Wpg. years ago when Bernie sang in the quartet with Ike, Ed R.+ Peter S. and I accompanied on the radio with Rev. George Groening. Still have a tape recording that I played for Bernie when he was dying from lung cancer 3 years ago. Much love + prayers. Mildred Loewen. - Posted by: Mildred Loewen (Friend) on: Dec 04, 2020
As a young Christian in 1983 I attended Ike & Tina's classes at Evangel Chapel. Ike's zeal for Jesus stays with me to this day. He strongly believed the word of God and was a great inspiration to me in my early walk with the Lord. Love & Prayers to Tina and family Rev. Rudy & Gina Fidel Faith Temple - Posted by: Rev. Rudy Fidel (friend) on: Dec 03, 2020
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