David Kendrick Dicken

David K. Dicken, 58, of Piedmont, died on Saturday, May 14, 2022.

He was the son of the late Woodrow & Dorothy Barnett Dicken, born at the U.S. Naval Hospital on Camp Lejeune, NC. He is survived by three sisters, Phyllis, Christina and Valarie; two daughters and a son, Amanda, Amber and Andrew; and eight grandchildren.

Prior to his illness he worked in the area of manufacturing as a CMM operator. He enjoyed playing guitar and performing with the band “Chosen Witness.” Later he developed an interest in building and running HO scale model train sets. He was proud of his Native American heritage as a tribal member of the Monacan Indian Nation which provided tribal support during his long fought battle with cancer.  

The family will receive friends on Friday, Friday, May 20, 2022 at 10:00 at Cannon Byrd Funeral Home. A Graveside Service will follow in Cannon Byrd Memorial Park at 11:00 am.

Condolences to the family of David Kendrick Dicken

  • To the Dicken Family,

    Please accept my deepest and very sincere condolences on the passing of David.
    I knew Dave for 37 years, I lived with him for a number of years and worked along side of him for a awhile, during that time I learned a lot of life lessons from Dave. He was always honest and always offered good advice, I was always proud to call him my best friend and even considered Dave to be my brother. I learned many things from him that I still apply to my life to this very day
    I have lost many close friends and family members over the last 2 years and I can honestly say without a doubt that I will miss him the most. May God bless him.

    Artie Olesen

  • I am sorry for your loss. I have known David for a few years now. He was nice an sweet every time I every met him. He was a good Christian man. He will b missed. Prayers for family .

  • Angela Jordan
    7 months ago

    Our thoughts and prayers for your kind, sweet and wonderful family. David was so sweet and fought hard. He is now truly healed and pain free. May God heal your hearts through this sad time.
    Angela, Chris and Trinity

  • Denise Wyatt
    7 months ago

    May God bless you and keep you in His loving arms during this time. Love, Denise Wyatt
    (Friend of Jeff and Val Seyfert)

  • Whit Allen
    7 months ago

    Prayers for the family. Dave was a great friend . I really enjoyed creating music with him and working with him .

  • /Cynthia Dicken Hollomon
    7 months ago

    To the Dicken family,

    I was sorry to hear that you had lost your brother/father/friend. From reading the obituary comments, he was well loved and respected. Although we never grew up together, I still have one vivid memory of David while visiting “Uncle Woodie” at Camp LeJune, NC when he was stationed there while in the Marines. Uncle Woodie had taken us to the beach (Onslow Beach, I recall, which was my first time seeing the ocean) and David was probably only about a year old – barely old enough to walk. The memory I have is of him wearing his little swim diaper that read “The Boss” on the back end – lol! I’m sure to some extent, he lived up to that title. Our prayers are with the family and hope that your happy memories will always outnumber the sad ones! With love and sympathy, Cynthia Dicken Hollomon

  • Richard Berry
    7 months ago

    I only met David recently through Val. A kind man. Prayers for the family.

  • My condolences to the family and especially to my sister Julia who shared Dave’s life for over twenty years until his passing. May God provide her comfort, peace, support and love. Peace and love to his children may the God of all comfort wipe every tear from your eyes.
    Sincerely,
    Jamie and John Hare

  • Wayne Dicken
    7 months ago

    My thoughts and prayers are with my cousin David’s family and friends. May God bless and welcome David into the gates of heaven.

  • Stanley Dicken
    7 months ago

    I was so sorry for your loss and I pray that God will ease your suffering though this time. I can remember David as a little boy in his red shorts playing in the yard with Uncle Woodie and Aunt Dorothy when they were in Maryland,Clinton I believe. I’m sure he is in there arms now.

  • Jamie Knight
    7 months ago

    I am so sorry for your loss. I am praying for your family in this time.

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