On July 22, 2020, the hands of the clock of life stood still for Dick due to the onset of pancreatic cancer. This suddenness has broken the hearts of many.
Dick lived, loved and toiled with a will and he had many accomplishments in his 80 years of life. At his request the long list need not be repeated rather to share his love for his wife Deanna, the love of his life for 58 years, daughter Beverly, son Ken & twin daughters Lynda & Laura. A special mention of son-in-law, Terry, 9 grandchildren & 4 great grandchildren. His sister, Sharon, and brother, Jim, predeceased him.
Dick felt that his life was already celebrated with Deanna, their family, many friends, including those of the London Life family and his golf buddies. The past 11 years spent in Panama City Beach, Florida brought a wealth of new friendships, especially that of Julie Neukomn. He was loved and admired by all and he loved them back.
Dick and family so appreciated the care given by Dr. Luong (family physician) Dr Rutherford and staff at the Kemptville District hospital.
His last request was that any donations to be made to the Kemptville Salvation Army food bank. He loved this town!
The Loewen family sends special thanks to Jim & Judy Beveridge of the B&H grocer for their thoughtfulness and to the caring neighbors on Dr. Gordon Crescent.