In Loving Memory
John James Dickson

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John James Dickson
Passed away suddenly
at Jessie McPherson Hospital
on 22nd November 2020
with family by his side. Aged 72.
Dearly loved husband of Dawn.
Loved father of Michael and Lisa. 
Father in law of Mandy and Jason.
Adored Pa of Ben, Emily, Katie,
Connor, Ava and Abbey.

“A cold beer, a campfire and the sound of waves forever”.

A Funeral service to celebrate the life of
John James Dickson will be held in
the Cumulus Stratus Chapel at
Bunurong Memorial Park,
790 Frankston-Dandenong Road,
Dandenong South
Friday 4th
 December 2020
commencing at 11:30 a.m.

A private cremation will follow.

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  1. Gnylmarung will not be the same without our good mate John. We will miss his straight talk and wonderful sense of humour.
    We send our condolences to Dawn and all the family. We will be having a beer and making some damper in memory of John.

    Ray and Heidi Sampey
  2. Going to miss our phone conversations Dicko and the drinks that we had over the many years I will be having a few on Friday for you I will never forget our trip to Cobourg Peninsula in 1997 and the many sessions that we had at Noble Park Football Social Club Sorry that I could not be there today in body but definately in soul Condolences to Dawn Michael Lisa and families R I P John Dont catch all the big fish up there please leave some for me

    Bruce Smith
  3. On behalf of the Noble Park Public Hall Trustees, we send our sincere condolences to Dawn and her family on the passing of her husband and their father and grandfather, John.
    Alan, Gaye, Pauline and Neville.

  4. John was a very good friend and part of my family here at Gnylmarung. He has done so much for us throughout the years and we loved him so dearly. I am very grateful that God has sent him to us.There are so many memories I can tell you about our friend her at block. I remember one time, one camper camped in an area where generators wasn’t allowed, John walk straight there with a axe and said, “can’t you read the sign no gennie in this area, if you don’t turn it off I’m gonna chop the bloody cord in half. That was it, he never turned it back on ever again ahaha.
    We will miss you coming to block every year, rest easy our old friend, you will always be in our hearts forever.

    Alphonse, Delma & Family