Obituaries - Chipman Funeral Home Ltd

By: Chipman Funeral Home  09-12-2011
Keywords: funeral services

Dykeman, Richard (Dick) of Jemseg, beloved husband of Jean (Mitchell) Dykeman passed away on October 12th, 2011 at the Oromocto Public Hospital. Born at Alert Bay, B.C in 1930 to parents Gladys (Wilson) and J. Gordon Dykeman who predeceased him. The family returned to Fredericton in 1938 where he received his early schooling. He also attended Rothesay Collegiate School and U.N.B. For many years he worked in sales in New Brunswick, Maine, Massachusetts, and Quebec, returning to Jemseg at the time of his Mother’s death. He retired from the N.B. Department of Transportation in 2000.

Survived by his wife Jean of 57 years, brother-in-law, Allen (Marion) Mitchell, nephew Duff (Heather) Mitchell, Nieces Barbara (Graham) Glenn, Margaret Mitchell and their families of Ottawa, Nephew Tony (Rachel) Mitchell and family of Montreal, foster sisters, Wonita (Richard) McPhee of Quispamsis, June (Craig) Burrows of Brantford, On and their families and Evelyn Smith of Fredericton. Also survived by his first cousins in New Brunswick, Quebec, Ontario, Manitoba, Washington state and Pennsylvania U.S.A.

Funeral services will be held on Monday, November 28th, 2011 at 2:00 pm at Saint James Anglican Church in Jemseg, NB. Rev. Lisa Pacarynuk officiating. Cremation Services of New Brunswick in care of arrangements. Condolences may be offered at

Keywords: funeral services

Other products and services from Chipman Funeral Home


Monuments - Chipman Funeral Home Ltd

Classic Memorials offers an eight inch thick base at no extra cost, no cost maintenance guarantee, non-dated warranty, laser and hand-etched designs are available, ceramic photos and are experts in cemetery lettering. These markers are often elaborately carved and usually bear inscriptions; frequently these are quotations from religious texts, or words of praise of the deceased.


Pre-Arranged Funerals - Chipman Funeral Home Ltd

As stated, all money paid to the funeral home is deposited into a trust account with the financial institution, T-D Canada Trust, as prescribed by the Prearranged Funeral Services Act for the Province of New Brunswick. Your funeral costs will not be adjusted as a result of inflation, as the funeral home has the benefit of the interest earned from the invested money which is used to offset inflation.


Archived Obituaries - Chipman Funeral Home Ltd

Cremation has already taken place in Georgetown, Ontario but according to Frank’s wishes, there will be a Memorial Service at the First Chipman United Baptist Church in Gaspereau Forks, N.B. on May 14th, 2011 at 11 A.M. with Pastor Reg Ward and Pastor Paul Bannister officiating.


Death & Grieving - Chipman Funeral Home Ltd

Chipman Funeral Home will assist you with all the funeral arrangements including choosing the casket, contacting clergy, making any necessary arrangements with the cemetery, setting the times for visitation, arranging the time and place for the funeral, preparing and placing the obituary notice. When a death occurs notify the immediate family members, close friends and employer or business associates – then contact Chipman Funeral Home.