March 8, 1943 ~ October 8, 2012
Dick Meyer, age 69, of Ionia, passed away Monday, October 8, 2012 at Floyd County Memorial Hospital in Charles City. Dickie Ray Meyer was born on March 8, 1943 to Clarence and Marion (Green) Meyer in Charles City, Iowa. Dick attended school in Charles City and graduated from Charles City High School in 1961. Dick worked at Oliver for a time before becoming employed at Mike’s C&O Tire in Charles City where he worked for 25 years. In later years Dick worked for Allied Redi-Mix until he retired. He was united in marriage to Cheryl Mulnix in La Crosse, WI. Dick was an avid NASCAR and NHRA fan. He enjoyed car racing, truck and tractor pulls, playing cards, yard games, the outdoors and socializing with family and friends. Dick is survived by his wife Cheryl of Ionia, IA; children Tammy (Mark) Laehn of Reasnor, IA, Scott (Amy) Meyer of Otley, IA and Melissa (Brian) Boess of Hawkeye, IA; grandchildren Stephanie and Kayla Thorne, Joshua and Sarah Meyer, Mercedes and Jessica Boess, and Casey, Emily and Nathan Laehn; great grandchildren Tyler Sizemore and Ivy and Ki Boyd; sister Dixie Baume of Prescott, AZ; and three nieces. He is preceded in death by his parents Clarence and Marion Meyer and brother-in-law Thomas Baume In lieu of flowers memorials may be directed to Dick’s family. There will be a celebration of Dick’s life from 1:00pm to 3:00pm on Saturday, November 3, 2012 at the Downtown Country Civic Center in Ionia.
So sorry for your loss.. I know he was dearly loved by many. He had such a wonderful smile and a comforting hug.. Our prayers will continue to be with you and your family. If you need anything please feel free to call 319-596-5502. Love and prayers your way. Robert and Tina Thorne
What can I say about my grandpa? I wouldn’t have enough space to put everything…He will be greatly missed and I have all the memories I could ever ask for. I know now he is in a better place, free of pain and suffering. I love you gramps.
We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thougths and prayers. Everytime you saw Dick he would say something that would just make you laugh. He will be missed.
Cheryl & family I’m sorry for your loss & pray that god be with you now & always.I saw Dick oftern & rarely did he not have a smile.Even through his bad days he was strong & determines.I’m honored to have known Dick.You will be missed! Rest in peace!
I am sorry to see that Uncle Dick has passed. All my best.