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Dale Remmick

Hey friends in AA..i don't know if you know that Dale Remmic passed away on Friday.. services are Saturday in Seward he was 38...he was loved very much by us, and he will be missed!  - Bambi S.

May 17, 1974 - April 19, 2013


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Celebration of Life

12 Noon, Saturday, April 27, 2013
Zabka Funeral Home
410 Jackson Ave. Seward, NE 68434

Life Legacy

Dale Lee Remmick was born May 17th, 1974 to Robert and Theresa Remmick in Incirlik Adana Turkey.  As a young child Dale moved to Gillette Wyoming with his family and attended Campbell County Schools. Dale died Friday, April 19th, 2013 from a double massive stroke to the brain at the age of 38 years, 11 months, 2 days.

     Dale enjoyed spending time with family and friends and causing mischief. He found pleasure in tormenting whomever he was around at the time. No matter how ornery he was he had the biggest heart one could have.  If anyone was in need of anything he would drop whatever he was doing to make it happen.  He was a definite people person who would befriend anybody.  He would talk for hours on end to anyone about anything.  Dale had a huge love for animals especially cats.  He also had a very strong love for children as they did for him.  Dale enjoyed camping, fishing, mountain bike riding, and anything outdoors. Dale Lee Remmick was a gifted person on how he connected with people, how warm,  kind, and open he was to all who came into his life or just crossed his path in life. He was very intelligent and full of ideas; he was a dreamer.  Dale was very funny and he gave the best hugs and had the greatest smile and laugh.
     Dale’s final days were spent with his family surrounding him, he touched the lives of many through his lifetime, he will be forever loved and missed, and surely never forgotten.  Although his life was cut short, he was able to live it to the fullest, savoring and cherishing every moment.  He understood the quality of life and knew that quality of life exceeded the amount of years lived on this planet.  He was a firm believer in our Lord our God and now he is home in peace with him.
     Dale will be sadly missed by his wife Nicki Beenblossom Remmick, his father Robert Remmick, his sister Brenda Remmick, his sister Tessie Watson, his brother-in-law Trey Watson, his Godson Conner Watson, and his cat Grace May.
     He is preceded in death by his nephew Devin Lara; Richard Jacobsen Sr., and his cat Malley. To this obituary we add our thoughts, prayers and memories of life shared with Dale.