We are deeply sorry for your loss - the staff at Armstrong Funeral Home - Lisbon
Keith W. Dick, 80 of Lisbon, North Dakota passed away peacefully on Friday, February 26, 2021 at his home in Gold Canyon, Arizona under the care of hospice with his wife, Brenda by his side.
Keith was born on March 12, 1940 the son of Walter and Dora (Hanna) Dick in Fargo, North Dakota. He was raised on the family farm and attended school in Lisbon, graduating from Lisbon High School in 1958. Keith then attended NDSU for a year and then went to work for Sturdevant Auto Parts for a few years. He later worked at Berube’s until he eventually took over the family farm. While farming he also sold seed for Pioneer Seed for 32 years.
Keith was united in marriage to Brenda Meyers on December 27, 1996 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Lisbon. He continued to farm until his retirement in 2013. During his retirement Keith and Brenda spent their winters in Arizona.
Keith was a past board member for Bremer Bank and was an active member of Trinity Lutheran Church and also served on church council. He enjoyed golfing, visiting with friends and most of all spending time with his family, especially his grandchildren.
Keith is survived by his wife, Brenda Dick of Lisbon, ND; daughter, KirstenAnderson of Durango, CO; step-sons, Nathan (Jen) Meyers of Onalaska, WI; Scott (Lisa) Meyers of Cokato, MN; four grandchildren, Amelia, Olive, Cameron and Alex; twin sister, Kay Hegle of Perham, MN; brother, Gary Dick of San Antonio, TX; two brothers-in-law, Darrel Saathoff of Rollag, MN; Gordy Ellenson of Fargo, ND; Ryan Lyons of Lisbon, ND (who was like a son to Keith); numerous nieces and nephews.
Keith was preceded in death by his parents, three sisters-in-law, Tudy Dick, Virginia Saathoff and Pam Ellenson and brother-in-law, Roger Hegle.
Memorials may be given to Trinity Lutheran Church (418 5th Ave W. Lisbon, ND 58054), Our Saviors Lutheran Church (5301 S. Kings Ranch Rd. Gold Canyon, AZ 85118) or a Hospice of your choice.
Those attending the visitation and service are encouraged to wear a mask and practice social distancing.