|Birth: ||Jan. 3, 1914|
|Death: ||Apr. 20, 1998|
He was a son of Valentine Newton Dick and Julia Ann (Teague) Dick and married Vera Gertrude Young on Dec 31, 1941 in Independence, Missouri and they were later sealed in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She died May 13 1995.
He became known for his cliches, poems and quotes which became known as "Virgilisms" which he lived and taught throughout his life. He and his wife and children served a building mission in New Zealand for the LDS Church . He and Vera later served a mission in Leeds, England. He loved to read and became educated in the school of the Lord and gained wisdom and experience.
A favorite saying of his was "KEEP YOUR WORDS SOFT AND SWEET-- IN CASE THEY ARE ONES YOU HAVE TO EAT." He loved his family and his Savior, Jesus Christ and was a great example to all he met. Well done, thou good and faithful servant. Until we meet again. He is survived by his five children- Lucille, Richard, Janice, Terry and Luanne and 16 grand children.
Valentine Newton Dick (1862 - 1949)
Julia M Teague Dick (1878 - 1938)
Vera Young Dick (1923 - 1995)*
Alva Cornelius Dick (1899 - 1923)*
William Virgil Dick (1914 - 1998)
Salt Lake City Cemetery
Salt Lake City
Salt Lake County
Created by: Max Turpin
Record added: Apr 19, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 19016598
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Added: Oct. 8, 2013