Kenneth J. Dimock

Kenneth J. Dimock

Kenneth J. ‘Ken’ Dimock of Allegan, Michigan passed away June 26, 2011 at his home. Mr. Dimock was born October 17, 1951 in Kalamazoo to Morton Dimock and Lenora (Peterson) Wood. Ken was an Army Veteran serving with the 101st Airborne Div. in Viet Nam from 1971-1972 and in Germany from 1975-1977 earning the rank of E-6. He was a member of the VFW Post 3030, enjoyed golfing and spending time in nature. For many years he was employed as a truck driver retiring in 2010.

Ken is survived by his mother, Lenora Wood; his son, Ken Dimock; a grandson, Ashton; his siblings, Judith Dimock, Tim (Teri) Dimock, Jo (Bruce) Maurer, Janet (Milo) Holroyd, Jim (Lauri) Dimock, Mary (Joe) Lamb; a lifelong friend, Roger Brock and several nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were his father, Morton Dimock, a brother Michael Dimock and his step-father, William H. Wood.

Friends may meet with Ken’s family Thursday from Noon until the time of service at 1:00 P.M. at the Winkel Funeral Home, Otsego, Bill Rose, Celebrant officiating. Burial will follow at Hudson Corners Cemetery, Allegan with Military Honors by VFW Post 3030, Michigan Army National Guard and the Patriot Guard.

Contributions in memory of Ken may be made to Allegan County Humane Society.

Messages of condolence may be left at http://www.winkelfuneralhome.com

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  1. Tim Dimock says:

    I will miss you Ken ( brother). but will remember the good times we spent together golfing and just talking. Rest in peace and we will be together again someday.

  2. Dianna (Campbell) Thomas says:

    Am so sorry for this entire family. We haven’t been together since mom’s passing, but you know that I love you all very much and pray for your memories and good times with Ken. He will surely be missed by all.

  3. Heather Anderson says:

    Uncle Ken will be deeply missed by his nieces/nephews and his great nieces/nephews. He was most often noted to have a smile on his face. He was always able to pass on that smile and make you laugh with a good joke. He had a very thoughtful and kind heart. Uncle Ken will always be loved and remembered.
    Mike, Heather, Zack, Hannah, Madison, Braeden, Katy, Trevor and Cooper Anderson.

  4. Judy Dimock says:

    I will always remember when you were the fun and happy brother (Kennny). I know you are happy now God took you home. You will be missed and loved always. We will all be together again someday.

  5. Melissa Mottor says:

    I haven’t talked to Uncle Kenny in many years but I will miss him very much. I will always remember having to keep on my toes as to not fall for one of his many practical jokes. One of my favorites as a child was the snakes in the peanut brittle jar, lol. RIP Uncle Kenny, we all love you very much.

  6. Janet Holroyd says:

    Missing my big brother. Rest in peace, Ken. You earned it.

  7. Tim Dimock II says:

    I’ll miss not seeing you uncle Ken, but I’ll think of you often to put a smile on my face. Rest In Peace. I’ll always have the assistant bosses chair open for you.

  8. Britney Gilbert says:

    Hi uncle Kenny this is your great niece, I don’t remember who you are but I do know that you served our country and you were a great brother to my grandma and your other siblings. I hope you find peace and happiness where you went, because you do deserve it. I really don’t know what to say or if you will know who I am when we meet in paradise. But I wanted to let you know that I love you and that when it’s our time that we can all be a family again. Well, I hope to see you again and oh I’m pretty sure you will be hanging out and chasing women with all your buddies that passed on to and would you tell them that I thank them to for having courage and being very brave to protecting our country. Thank you.

  9. Tyler Dimock says:

    I’ll miss you Uncle Ken, not just the smile on your face and your laugh but all the times we spent golfing and working on houses together. Wish you were still here but you’re in a better place now. Save a spot for all of us and when it’s time we will see you up there. Love you Uncle Kenney rest in peace.

  10. Gig Wagner says:

    The Patriot Guard sends our most sincere condolences at this time. Pleas find strength in each other. It will be our Honor to stand a flag line for Ken a veteran a hero a brother to us that have served.

    Gig aka Flathead Senior Ride Capt. Reg. 1

  11. Judy Mendoza says:

    Uncle Kenny I will miss you very much. You will always be remembered as the fun uncle that always played practical jokes on us. Your smile and your laughter will be missed. Rest in peace, i love you. Say hi to uncle mike for me.

  12. DELORES CHRISTOPHER says:

    UNCLE KENNY,,,,,,YOU WERE ALWAYS SO HAPPY,,,,,,SUCH A JOKESTER,,,,,YOU WILL BE TRUELY MISSED,,,,,,,,WE LOVE YOU SOOOOOOOOOOO MUCH,,,,,,,,,NOW YOUR WITH THE ANGELS,,,,,,,,SAY HI TO UNCLE MIKE AND GRANDMA CHRISTOPHER FOR ME,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, LOVE YA,YOUR NEICE DEEDEE…….

  13. brenda gilbert says:

    uncle kenny you know i was thinking about the time we were fishing at grandmas on monroe road and we caught so many fish that we had a fish fry that was the good times.you always made everyone laugh you could make a joke about anything.we will miss you and you are always in our hearts and memories.your with your brother now {uncle mike} and your at peace.we will see you again someday. love you always.

  14. Jim Dimock says:

    Brother Kenny
    When I think of you I always remember your 1960 Chevy with the yellow racing stripe that said 409 . You and I and Jule were going up to Delton. We jumped in and you fired her up and before we left, you reached down and rubbed Julie’s leg, and then you picked up my hand and rubbed her leg with it. That was the first girl I ever touched with my big brother’s assistance and your “Kenny” grin and laugh.

  15. Judy Donati says:

    I dreamed of Ken last night. He is terribly missed even to this day.

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