Kenneth 'Ken' Dickinson

Dickinson, Kenneth "Ken"

Kenny had the biggest heart & the most wonderful hugs! I loved seeing him every morning when I worked at Wind River Rehab & Wellness. He would come in just as I was coming off of night shift. He always had a bright smile & a hug for me before I left for home. Even had a few stories to tell me about working with my dad & grandad out at the mines. I was hoping to see him again soon. He has been heavy on my mind lately. Now I know why. My deepest condolences to you all & please do know that he will be missed deeply. All of my love & prays!

Marilyn and family we are so sorry to read about Kenny's passing. He was a special person and will truly be missed! Our condolences to you all!
I was honored to first meet Kenny when I was hired to be the 4-H camp cook for 2 summers. Kenny took this new "kid" under his wing and helped me learn the ropes of camp. He would always beat me to the lodge in the mornings and have coffee going. He was so much help to me. I will always treasure my memories of Kenny. He was a very special man. You could tell that he meant
a lot to all of the kids as well. Until we meet again.
Marilyn, you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. My heart is truly broken, Kenny was one of the good guys. He was loved by everyone that knew him, we all can learn something from him, he was kind and considerate to all. May he rest in peace.
Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, Marilyn. Kenny was such a happy, wonderful guy. So sorry for your loss.
I worked with him in 2010 for the census. He was always pleasant to be around. And sense then whenever I seen him, he always went out of his way to say hi and ask how I was doing. My condolences to his family. RIP Ken.
Kenny will be missed by so many. I always enjoyed his sense of humor and strong family love. It's hard for me to take the fact in that I'll never see him again and I'm sure his family will greatly miss him. Love and kisses to Marilynn and the rest of the family.
What a great man! After Terry's dad got Alzheimer's, Kenny took him swimming at the High School pool a couple of times a week! Jack always looked forward to it!
In my job, he helped the elderly complete applications and came in with them for interviews! So very sorry to hear we've lost him! God bless you Marilyn and family!
To Kenny's family:
The many tributes tell a story of an exceptionally giving man. It is a wonder he found time to go fishing! as he was always doing for others. Knew him many decades ago thru 4-H and Fair activities...had a great attitude and made friends wherever he went. Nothing much changed over the years...always a warm greeting whenever our paths crossed. His shoes will be tough to fill.
Rest in Peace Ken. You will be missed.
Our deepest sympathies to Kenny’s family. My Dad Roy McGill was fortunate to have fished with Kenny and Bob a number of times. A kind man who will be missed.
Kenny was the man we all felt blessed to have known. He will be sorely missed. He always had a fish story to share and many laughs.
I am sorry for your loss my prayers are with you and your family and friends!????
So very sorry to learn of Kenny's passing, a truly kind & giving person. Please know that there are many friends who miss him & will keep you all in our thoughts& prayers. Sincere condolences,
I was so very fortunate to have seen Kenny at Walmart a few months ago and even with all the crazy COVID stuff he gave me a big hug....I will forever be thankful for that. I loved seeing him every morning at Wind River Healthcare when I was working there...what a blessing he was to all of the residents and staff! Charlie remembers Kenny taking him fishing and what a great day they had. God Bless you and your family!
Carmen & Charlie
I am writing this with heavy heart, just hearing of Kenny’s passing. We were classmates, at Arapahoe Grade School, as well at Riverton High. We were part of the Arapahoe 4-H club. All my memories of Kenny are pleasant, positive, good!!! He made us better.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the family of this wonderful man. He was our neighbor and had the best stories, many of them about fishing. Rest in peace.
Though 5 years older than I, (uncle) Kenny was a major part of my life. Fun memories of games played on Grandma & Grandpa Dickinson’s lawn in the summer, riding the “child sitter”, Bessie, 4-H activities, lots of family activities, etc. Then there was his tremendous faith in my singing talent - entering me in a Casper tv talent show which I participated in despite having bronchitis and hoarseness — just to appease him. AND fund times being with him and my dad and then just him as he took Gary’s and my sons fishing. So missed!
sending prays to your family
We are sad to hear of Kens passing. Our thoughts and prayers go your way.