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Randy Leon Dick

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  • Name Randy Leon Dick 
    Born 24 Jun 1957  Topeka, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Person ID I10271  Rossville
    Last Modified 4 Oct 2017 

    Father Bennie O Dick, Jr.,   b. 18 Feb 1929, Ottawa, Franklin County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 13 Jun 1995, Rossville, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 66 years) 
    Mother Betty JoAnn Gentry Dick,   b. 25 Aug 1931, Simpson, Cloud County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 10 Apr 2010, Rossville, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 78 years) 
    Married 14 May 1950  Rossville, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Bridal Shower- Gentry, Betty
    Bridal Shower- Gentry, Betty
    Miss Betty Gentry was honor guest at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday evening by Mrs. Phyllis Keller and Mrs. Ruth Page at the home of Mrs. Keller. Mrs. Gentry’s marriage to Mr. Bennie Dick, Jr. will take place May 14 at the Methodist church. The invited guests were: Miss Gentry, Mrs. Roy Gentry, Mrs. Max Williams. Mrs. George Putman, Mrs. Bennie Dick, Mrs. Ellwood, Mrs. Clarence Dick, Mrs. Donald Queen, Betty Kovar, Mrs. Walter Preble, Mrs. Lauck. Wanda Lauck, Jacqueline Lloyd, Thelma Smith, Doris Myers, Mrs. Emial Kovar, Betty Jacobson, Mrs. Juanita Simmons, Mrs. Freeman French, Mildred Grow, Mrs. Home Reid, Paula Maus, Mrs. Marvin Hoff 7nanr Edith Cerny, Bonnie Martin Helen Olejnik, Mary Marney, Millie Jontra, Karleen Wild, Dolores Young, Ruth Spears, Mrs. Laverne Spears Patricia Fouts, Mrs. George Dolezilek. Mrs. Harold Sebring, Grace Dick and Barbara Gentry.
    Marriage- Gentry, Betty-Dick, Junior
    Marriage- Gentry, Betty-Dick, Junior
    Miss Betty Joan Gentry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gentry of Rossville, was married Sunday, May 14, to Mr. Junior Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick of Rossville in the Methodist church with Rev. Don Jones officiating, using the double ring ceremony before an arch of green fernery and baskets of gladioli and two candelabra.

    Mrs. Joe Campbell played the wedding march and also accompanied Miss Betty Tripp who sang, "I Love You Truly," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer."

    The bride wore a dress of white slipper satin, lace with full skirt that lengthened into a modified train. Her veil was of imported bridal illusion and fell from the crown of seed pearls. She wore a strand of pearls a gift from the groom and carried a white handkerchief. Her bouquet was of red roses and petalled carnations.

    Miss Arlene Vernon of Simpson was matron of honor, and she wore a dress of pink taffeta with portrait neck and floor length and carried a bouquets of white gladioli.

    Bridesmaids were, Mrs. Charles Keller, Miss Ruth Spears, and Miss Delores Young. They wore floor length dresses styled like the maid of honor and each carried a bouquet of white gladioli.

    Miss Barbara Gentry and Miss Mildred Foster were candle lighters. They wore floor-length dresses of yellow taffeta.

    Jolene Gentry, cousin of the bride was flower girl and wore a floor length dress of pink taffeta, with bonnet to match and carried a white basket with pink rose petals.

    Mr. Bill Gentry, brother of the bride attended Mr. Dick as best man.

    The ushers were Bob Gentry, Charles Keller and Henry Tripp.

    Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Assisting were Mrs. Max Williams of Kansas City; Mrs. Clyde Gentry and Miss Virginia Spicker of Simpson.

    Miss Edith Cerny and Miss Thelma Smith had charge of the guest book and gift table.

    Mrs. Gentry, mother of the bride, wore a dark sheer with white accessories and wore a corsage of pink and white camellias.

    Mrs. Dick, mother of the groom, wore a navy blue sheer, with white accessories and corsage of pink and white camellias.

    For traveling the bride wore a navy blue and lime dress with matching accessories.

    After a wedding trip to Paducah, Kentucky, the couple will be at home in Rossville.

    The bride attended school at Simpson and later at Rossville, graduating with the class of '49. Since her graduation she has been employed at Kresges Dollar Store in Topeka.

    The groom graduated from Rossville High School with the class of '47 and has since been engaged in farming.

    [From 18 May 1950]

    Among the out-of-town guests who attended the Gentry-Dick Wedding, May 14th were: Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien, Los Angeles, Calif; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellwood, Topeka; Mr. and Mrs. George Silvius, Ottawa, Kansas, and Mrs. Grace Silvius, Wellsville, Kansas.
    [25 May 1950]

    Mr. and Mrs. Junior Dick arrived home Monday from their honeymoon trip to Kentucky. They will be at home in the Baird house on Orange, the former Sarah Johnson place.
    [25 May 1950]
    Family ID F1760  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Jeanette Marie McRoberts Dick Catron 
    Married 16 Apr 1977  Silver Lake, Shawnee County, Kansas Find all individuals with events at this location 
     1. Dustin Dick
     2. Derek Dick
     3. Melissa Dick Horgan
    Marriage- McRoberts, Jeanette-Dick, Randy 1
    Marriage- McRoberts, Jeanette-Dick, Randy 1
    Jeanette Marie McRoberts and Randy Leon Dick exchanged marriage vows at 4 p.m. Saturday in the United Methodist Church, Silver Lake. The Rev. Paul Mitchell officiated.

    Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McRoberts, Silver Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick Jr., Rossville.

    Attending the bride were Denise Thomas, Silver Lake; Peggy Teeter and Rhonda Hesse, Rossville; Mary Beth LeCluyse, Shawnee Mission; and Debbie Matthew, Manhattan.

    Attending the bridegroom were Rodney Dick, Rick Gentry, Wilbur Stum and Karl French, all of Rossville; and Kirk Palmer, Manhattan.

    Mrs. Dick is a graduate of Silver Lake High School and Mr. Dick is a graduate of Rossville High School. They attended Kansas State University. She is employed by The Gas Service Co. and he is employed by General Foods.

    The couple will live in Rossville.
    Marriage- McRoberts, Jeanette-Dick, Randy 2
    Marriage- McRoberts, Jeanette-Dick, Randy 2
    McRoberts-Dick Vows Exchanged at Silver Lake Methodist Church

    Jeanette Marie McRoberts and Randy Leon Dick exchanged wedding vows at 4 p.m., Saturday, April 16, 1977 in the United Methodist Church at Silver Lake.

    For her wedding, Mrs. Dick chose a gown of white organza. The stand-up collar and scalloped bodice were delicately embroidered with Alencon lace, crystal beading, and seed pearls. Beaded motifs of matching lace were scattered over the full skirt Lace and crystal pleating edged the Hem of the full skirt which trailed to a chapel length train. Her camelot headpiece held a three tiered chapel length veil edged in matching Alencon lace.

    The bride’s only jewelry was a pair of diamond earrings, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and peach roses.

    Mr. Dick wore a formal white suit with tailcoat. His boutonniere was a peach rosebud surrounded by stephanotis and baby’s breath.

    Mrs. Dick’s attendants were Denise Thomas, Silver Lake, Peggy Teeter and Rhonda Hesse, Rossville, Mary Beth LeCluyse, Shawnee Mission, and Debbie Matthew, Manhattan.

    The bridesmaids were attired in identical gowns of peach colored organza, styled with low cut sweetheart neckline, empire bodice and slightly flared skirt. The tops were covered with sheer capes of matching peach organza. Their head coverings were peach colored picture hats caught up in the back with a silk rose and long ribbon streamers.

    They each carried a single long stemmed
    peach rose surrounded by baby's breath and greenery.

    Best man was Rodney Dick, Rossville, brother of the groom. Groomsmen were, Rick Gentry, Wilbur Stum and Karl French, all of Rossville, and Kirk Palmer, Manhattan.

    They Were attired in parchment tuxedos. Each wore a sprig of Lily of the Valley as a boutonniere.

    Janice Meyer, Rossville, organist, accom-panied vocalists Lyn and Vincent Zeller, Manhattan.

    Jennifer Dick and Mark Dudney served as flower girl and ring bearer. Candlelighters were Jayne Dick and JoAnna Gentry, all cousins of the groom, and all of Rossville.

    Ushers were Mike George, Trenton, Mo., Scott Dick and Steve McDiffitt, Rossville.

    The Reverend Paul Mitchell, Hiawatha, heard the exchange of vows.

    The reception following the ceremony was held at the Rossville American Legion Hall.

    Rene George and Linda George, Trenton, Mo., cousins of the bride, assisted with the gifts.

    Marcia Anderson and Deb Hanna, Silver Lake, catered the reception. They were assisted by Kay and Melinda Brooks, Duane (Hap) Anderson, and Tim Hanna.

    The reception table was centered with a three tiered fountain cake, surrounded with six-heart shaped cakes. All were decorated with peach colored roses, white pompons and greenery.

    Robin and Brenda Dudney, cousins of the groom, passed rice bags among the guests.
    Last Modified 28 Feb 2018 12:26:04 
    Family ID F4935  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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  • Documents
    Birth- Dick, Randy
    Birth- Dick, Randy
    Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick Jr. are the parents of a son born Monday, June 24, at Stormont-Vail hospital in Topeka. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Dick and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gentry, all of Rossville. The little fellow has been named Randy Leon.
    Birthday- Dick, Randy
    Birthday- Dick, Randy
    Mrs. Junior Dick entertained with a birthday party Saturday in honor of Randy's fifth birthday. Those invited were Debbie Wehner, Rhonda Hesse, Jan and Gay Strimple, Ricky and Ronnie Gentry.