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Robert Dale Wick
11.12.1936 - December 21, 2017

Place of Birth: Sidney, Montana
Residence: E. Fairview, Montana
Age: 81

Crystal Stai (Sidney, Montana)
Dec 28, 2017
Wick Family and Louise,
I am so sorry to hear about Robert's passing. He was a great friend to all who met him and always willing to give a helping hand to whoever needed it. Robert will be missed by all. Prayers during your time of grief.
Dale & Diane Danielson (Fairview, Mt)
Dec 28, 2017
Special prayers for the Wick family and Louise
edie stubbs (quincy, Washington (WA))
Dec 28, 2017
To the Wick family and Louise... sending thoughts and prayers to you all ( Jim) "n"
Campbell, Mike & Donna (Battle Mountain, NV)
Dec 28, 2017
Our hearts were saddened as we heard of the passing of our beloved Uncle Robert! He was a special man and I carry many many memories of fun times with him. Blessings and peace to all his family and friends.
Ernest and Cecelia Garcia (299 High Ridge Dr, San Antonio, Texas)
Dec 29, 2017
I’m so sorry to here about Robert. It’s been along time. I’m your cousin CeCe Henderson Garcia from Texas. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.
phil cotter (billings, mt.)
Dec 29, 2017
family of Robert -I always remember his friendly hello and kindness when I lived in Fairview-Best regards-our prayers are with you all --Phil Cotter Billings Mt.
David Johnson (Billings, MONTANA)
Dec 30, 2017
To all of the Wick family, and Louise as well,
So sorry to hear of Robert's passing. He and my dad worked together for years on the railroad together. He was a good friend to me as well. I bet him and Kenny are sharing railroad stories in heaven now.
Kevin and Jackie Sullivan (Watford City, ND)
Dec 30, 2017
Thoughts and prayers are with all of your family! RIP Robert
Darby Rogney (Glasgow, MT)
Dec 31, 2017
So sorry for the families loss. I worked with Bob and Martin Wick, even when it was Great Northern RR on my first job. They were good friends of our family and Bob will be missed. Prayers at this time.
Chessica (Klamath Falls, Oregon)
Jan 2, 2018
He was never just Robert to me; he was always Grandpa. He was patient and loving with us kids. He had a bellowing laugh that could be heard all through the house. Grandpa always greeted me with a hug and a kiss on my cheek, and wanted to talk about me and how my life was going, even if he was in the worst of shape himself. I'll miss him.
I hope you've found peace Grandpa, I love you too..
Ed Getz (Slinger, Wisconsin)
Jan 3, 2018
I am very sorry to hear of Robert’s passing. I worked with him on the railroad just before he retired. I enjoyed working and visiting with him.
Tom Miller (Rapid City, SD)
Jan 3, 2018
Always a man with a quick chuckle and attention to detail! The rail tracks of life took Bob on many adventures. God Bless