September 25, 2021
In Loving Memory ~ It is with profound sadness we announce the passing of Henry Dyck at the age of 75. Henry was a well known mechanic in the Comox Valley, Master of Carburetors and was able to manufacture parts when they became obsolete. He worked until the age of 70.
Henry had fought a hard battle with multiple health issues over the past 5 years. He turned things around many times when others didn’t think he would but sadly lost the fight on
September 25th, 2021. He passed over at home surrounded by love.
Henry was kind and gentle man with a great sense of humour. He was born in Durrango Mexico in a Mennonite Colony. He came to Canada at the age of 8 with his family, none of them speaking a word of English or Spanish only German. When they arrived in Saskatchewan it was winter and they had never worn shoes. As an adult he would say I was born a Mennonite but then professed to be a womannonite. That was in perfect Henry humour.
Was predeceased by his parents John and Maria, brothers Frank Peter and John. Survived by siblings Mary, Jake (Erica), Helen (Dale), Tina (Norm) David. Wife Robyn, children; Dale (Jen) Alvin, Tammy (keith), Sherry (Darren), Amber, Adam (Jess) Grandchildren, Craig ((Alex), Brendan, Alyssa (Ryan) Brittni, Tanisha (Steven), Dannica (Rory), Dylan (Rachelle), Kurtis, Nova.
Great Grandchildren, Hailey, Myles, Payton, Jacob, Alexis, Abbi, Zak, Vicki, Ellie, Evie, Abel, Tucker. Many nieces, nephews and friends. He loved his family more than life itself. They are his legacy.
He will be forever missed.
A Celebration of Life will be held in the spring of 2022 in the Comox Valley. Time and place will be announced at a later date.Obituary
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