Louie H. Dick, Jr.

Born: Thu., Apr. 11, 1935
Died: Wed., Oct. 19, 2011

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Louie H. Dick, Jr. – 76 a longtime resident of Pendleton, died on Wednesday evening, October 19th, 2011, at Walla Walla General Hospital in Walla Walla Washington. A Dressing Ceremony will be held at 10:00 A.M. on Friday, October 21, 2011, at the Agency Longhouse in Mission, Oregon. Washat Services will be conducted that evening at 7:00 P.M. at the Longhouse. Sunrise Washat Services will begin Saturday morning, October 22, at 6:00 A.M. at the Longhouse, followed by burial at Red Elk Cemetery in Mission. A Full Obituary Will Follow.

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Don and Louise Paxton
   Posted Thu October 20, 2011
My dearest friends Marie and the family, We are saddened to hear about the loss of your loved one. Louie was a special man and he always had a smile, laugh or story to share. Our sympathy to the family and friends who are left behind. May the creator give each of your strength and guidance during this night season. Again, our sincerest sympathy. Don and Louise Spino Paxton

Bernice Owens
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
My mother Lena S. Owens and her family send our love and prayers to you and your family for your loss of your husband and dad and grandpa! may the lord bless you and take care of you and your family! love you all, Lena S. Owens & family Toppenish, Washington.

Winona Spino Stwyer
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
We, the children of Edward/Amelia Spino at Warm Springs send our Condolences to the family. We can't make the funeral, but letting you know we are thinking of you during this hard time. We are going to miss "Uncle Rotten Socks". Eddie & Lisa Spino Rosaline Moran & family Winona Stwyer & family Roxanne & Wilson Begay & family Raydine Spino & Family Louis Spino & family and rest of the Spino clan down this way.

Diana Shippentower
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
Dear Auntie Butch, Lance and Dallas, Sorry to hear about Uncle Louie's passing, I wish we could have come home for the funeral services. I am so glad we were able to visit with him this spring. I am pleased to hear he will be at the family cemetery. You folks are in our prayers. Love, Dena, Julian, Aurelia, Megan and Nigel Shippentower

Adrienne J. Farrow
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
My dearest family- I'm so sorry to hear about Uncle Louie's passing. He was an inspiring man who always had a lesson to teach and taught me to be proud of who we are as Indian people. He as well as many before him including my Grandma Emma taught us the importance of our culture and traditions. For them I am grateful. To Auntie Butch, Lance and Dallas, my thoughts and prayers to you and the family as you start the healing process. I love you all very much and know that I'm thinking of you during this difficult time. May he be at peace now with Arleta and the other ones we have lost.

Kay Rose
   Posted Fri October 21, 2011
My dearest Marie, Lance and Dallas I am so sorry to hear of Louie's passing and wanted to send you my prayers. Louie was a wonderful man, always smiling and making life more fun. He was so proud of his family, friends, and especially his heritage. He will be missed, but his smile will always be in my memories. Kay Rose Albany, Oregon

Larry D. McMillan
   Posted Sat October 22, 2011
I remember Louie playing sports at McEwen High School. He played football, basket ball, and ran track. He was trim and graceful, and ran with the grace of a deer. Later in life, Louie came to The Dalles, OR and spoke of Mother Earth at a noon luncheon of The Dalles Chamber of Commerce. He was very committed to keep Mother Earth in the condition that we found her! Louie was a true ambassador for the Indian way of life. He made his mark in our lives, and will be remembered with respect.

Laura Gaines
   Posted Sun October 23, 2011
Louie will be missed by all that knew him. He always had a smile on his face and looked at the brighter side of life. He shared many lessons and stories and was a very proud person that loved his family and friends.

Dana Vaillancourt
   Posted Mon October 24, 2011
Louie, an elder with the AIANEA, will be sorely missed for his wisdom and humor. I'll always remember his smile, passion for a clean environment and traditional invocations. My condolences to the family. Dana

M. Darrel Dominick and Family
   Posted Mon October 24, 2011
What a teacher! I learned a tremendous amount from Louie and will always be thankful that on my journey our paths crossed at Harmony Workshops and AIANEA conferences with the NRCS USDA. I have a tremendous respect for his ability to add humor to those lessons that I remember to this day. My appreciation for the Creator's natural resources gifts was enhanced by Louie's teachings. Louie was a blessing in my life and I want to thank his family for sharing him with many of us over the years.

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