Homedale High School

Class of 1965



    Parents of Barbara Dickey


Owyhee Avalanche

July 25, 2007

            Jack David Dickey

            Jack David Dickey, 73, of Homedale, Idaho lost his battle with cancer July 19, 2007 in a Boise hospital with family present. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. on Wednesday July 25th at the Mountain View Church of the Nazarene (corner of Ustick and Batt Corner Rd.). Interment will follow at the Marsing-Homedale Cemetery.

            Jack was born on November 30, 1933 in Melrose, New Mexico to Samuel David Dickey and Lottie Pearl Burdine Watson. Jack married Marie Clone and raised 4 children. Jack and Marie remained married until her death in 1998.

            Jack received an honorary discharge from the U.S. Army after serving in the Korean War. Jack had other jobs working in the coal mines and oil fields, but his calling was working for the Homedale Police Department for 27 years before retiring.

            Jack spent the remainder of his years with his special friend Rose Mary Martinez. They enjoyed years of traveling, fishing and holidays with family. One of their favorite pastimes was playing cards with his only sister Verna Spickler of Nampa.

            Jack is deeply loved and will be greatly missed by his family and friends. Jack is survived by his children, Barbara and her husband Christopher Norton, St. Maries Idaho, Irma and her husband Dick of Indian Cove, Idaho, his only son David Dickey and his wife Maureen of Eagle, Idaho and Rita and her husband Charles Jacobsen of Hammett, Idaho, along with numerous grandkids, great grandkids and nieces and nephews.

            Jack was preceded in death by his wife Marie Dickey, parents Samuel David Dickey, Lottie Pearl Watson and stepdaughter Lorene Murphy.

            Memorials may be sent in lieu of flowers to Idaho Peace Officers Memorial Fund, PO Box 37, Meridian Idaho 83680-0037. (208) 884-7231

            A viewing was held Tuesday, July 24, from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Flahiff Funeral Chapel in Homedale.


Owyhee Avalanche

June 10, 1998

      Marie Dickey

      Marie Dickey of Homedale ran to the arms of Jesus on Tuesday, June 2, 1998. A celebration of Marie’s life was held at 2 p.m. on June 6, 1998, at the Marsing-Homedale cemetery.

      Marie was born February 6, 1919, in El Paso, Texas, a daughter to John C. Hale and Cora Tuttle Hale. Marie’s greatest devotion in life was family, friends and to anybody who needed a helping hand. Marie was known to most as Mom in Homedale, she was a mom to all that needed one.

      On October 6, 1957, she married Jack Dickey in Nevada. They started their life in Homedale. Then from 1961 to 1966 they made a home in California, then back in Homedale in 1967. There she lived the rest of her days with her husband who is a retired Homedale police officer. In her earlier days Marie loved camping and fishing, and she was the best cook in town. Marie loved country music and George Jones was her favorite.

      She was preceded in death by her brothers; Jimmy, Johnny, and Don Hale, and her sisters; Thelma King, Cindy Nolan, and Billy Joe Baker. As well as her nephews Lonnie Staley, and John Hale and her great grandson Brandon Kinser and Ma Emery.

      She is survived by her husband Jack Dickey, and her son and daughters; Barbara Guffie, Irma Shenk, David Dickey and Rita Jacobsen. Along with her grandchildren, Susan McCallum, James Guffie, Joe Watterson, Kylena Guffie, Korena Elordi, Joshua Guffie, Kimberly Curran, Angela Kinser, Veola Shenk, Richard Shenk, Erica Shenk, Leah Dickey, Samantha Dickey, David (Pete) Dickey, Anthony Jacobsen, Marcus Jacobsen, Terry Jacobsen, Bonnie Rice, Sandy Landers, and Gene Sanders.

      We would also like to include other family and friends, all of her surviving family, sister, Kitty and brother; Avery, Amery Ronnie and Richard, and dearest friends; Brownie White, Sandy and James Hinton, Ethel Johnson, Maxine Roland, Dan Yancy, Don Eggleson, and Dorothy Peterson as well as many, many other friends, too numerous to put in writing.