|Birth: ||Sep. 26, 1962|
|Death: ||May 13, 2011|
Tahlequah - Webb Dick, 48, died Friday. Services pending. Hart. (Tulsa World)
Webb "Sa-mi" Dick went to be with the Lord on May 13, 2011. He was born to Jim Dick and Josephine Gibson September 26, 1962 at WW Hastings Hospital in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Webb spent most of his life in Cherokee County, growing up in the Eldon, Willis, and Briggs communities. He attended Briggs Elementary and Tahlequah Public School. As a young boy he loved playing softball with his brother, Richard. He grew into a natural athlete. He enjoyed snow skiing and water skiing, but his true passion was horses. He taught himself to rope and spent many hours on horseback. Other hobbies included, playing billiards, camping and swimming. He had presented his girls with gifts showing his talent in yet another hobby, beadwork. Webb was an accomplished backhoe operator and work in construction for twenty (20) years.
In 1990 Webb married Deena Seratt. They had two daughters, Jillian and Jorden. They made their home in Sequoyah County, Oklahoma. He was very proud of his daughters, Jillian, a good mother to grandson Colter, and Jordie, a good student and softball player. In 2007 he came to know Christ in Pitcher, Oklahoma.
Webb was preceded in death by his father, Jim Dick in 2004 and his nephew, James "Reb" Garner in 1999.
Webb leaves behind his daughters, Jillian Celesse Curry and Jorden Suzanne Dick, one grandson Colter Drake Curry all of Sallisaw, Oklahoma; two brothers, Billy Ray Dick, Richard Dick and his wife Carla, two sisters, Judy Garner and her husband Tommy, Georgia Ann Dick all of Tahlequah, eight nieces and nephews, fourteen great nieces and nephews, friends, Junior and Ted Johnson, Eugene Stopp, Mike Martin, Kenny Boston and Johnny Gladd and many others. Special people to him were Luke and Levi Reasnor. He was looking forward to being with his family in June and eating his sister's home cooking.
Webb's family would like to thank Dean Seratt and Rick Hix because they believed in him and gave him opportunities to use his skills.
Services will be Thursday at 1:00 at the Elm Tree Baptist Church with Reverend D. J. McCarter officiating. Burial will be at the Cedar Tree Cemetery. Arrangements are under the direction of Hart Funeral Home in Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Cedar Tree Cemetery
Created by: OkieBran
Record added: May 15, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 69849883
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