Information for Bradley Jay Dickey
1 February, 1963 – 24 May, 1984
From the Idaho Press-Tribune
Contributed by Dennis McIndoo
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Services for Bradley Jay
Dickey, 21, of the U.S. Coast Guard, formerly of Marsing who
died Thursday, May 24, near Cedar City, Utah, as the result of
a climbing accident will be conducted 11 a.m. Wednesday at the
Alsip Funeral Chapel. Chaplain Wiliam W. Huffman, U.S. Navy,
retired, will officiate. The Rev. Robert Hollinger, pastor of
the East Ely, Nev., Church of the Nazarene, will assist.
Interment will follow in the Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
He was born Feb. 1, 1963, at Elko, Nev., to the Rev. I.W.
and Dorothy Dickey. At a young age, he moved with his family
to Susanville, Calif., and in 1968, they moved to Fallon,
Nev., where he was reared and educated. He graduated from
Churchill County High School in Fallon in 1981. That same year
the family moved to Marsing. He then attended Agriculture
Mechanics School in Caldwell, a program sponsored by Boise
He joined the U.S. Coast Guard in October of 1982, he took
his basic training at Cape May, N.J., graduating first in his
class. He was then transferred to Auke Bake, Alaska, with the
17th Coast Guard District. He entered Store Keepers School
near Petaluma. Calif., for a l0-week course. He was to be
stationed the Sabine Station, Eighth Coast Guard District in
Texas and was en route when he died.
He was a member of the Fallon Nevada Church of the
He is survived by his parents of Marsing; two brothers,
Bryan Kent Dickey, Modesto, Calif., Neal Curtis Dickey,
Moscow; one sister, Mrs. Doug (Cynthia) Laws, Klamath Falls,
Ore.; paternal grandparents, Charles and Bernice Dickey,
Canaan, Maine; one nephew, Jonathan Dickey, Modesto, Calif.;
one niece, Lynette Laws, Klamath Falls.
Friends may call at the Alsip Funeral Chapel Tuesday from
9 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.
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