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Dalton "Poochie" B. Dickey

January 11, 1944 ~ September 19, 2017 (age 73)

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Dalton B. “Poochie” Dickey, 73, of Southington, died Tuesday, September 19, 2017 at Concord Care of Cortland.  He was born January 11, 1944 in Baltimore, Md., the son of Cecil and Myrtle (Tanner) Dickey, and had lived in Ohio for sixty years, coming from West Virginia.

A veteran of the U.S. Army, where he was light truck driver and mechanic as well as a marksman, Dalton worked 34 years as a crane man for Republic Steel.  He enjoyed hunting, fishing, watching football, and shooting pool.

Surviving are five children: Lora Dickey of Newton Falls, David Dickey of Howland, Rachel (David) Haught of Rivesville, W. Va., and twins Rhonda and Jody Dickey, both of Southington; his former wife, Lois Dickey of Newton Falls; five grandchildren: Clarence Glover, Brittany Giuliano, Jacob Dickey, Dakota Knisely, and Zeb Haught; six great-grandchildren; two brothers: Joe Dickey of Newton Falls and Gary Dickey of Mantua; and three sisters: Helen Tucker of West Virginia, Garnett Wagner of Garrettsville, and Maureen Davies of Georgia.  Preceding him in death are his parents; three brothers: Everett, Earl, and Glenn Dickey; and two sisters: Zella Cottrill and Pauline Norman.

Per his request, cremation is taking place.  No services or calling hours are scheduled at this time.


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