In memory of

Judith Dick

Dec 21, 1941
Sep 29, 2023


Judith Dick, 81 years old, of Salem, OR sadly passed away peacefully in her home on September 29, 2023. Judie was diagnosed with Dementia and Alzheimer's. She was born to Lester and Shirley Slater on December 21, 1941. She grew up with her sister Karen Lemcke in Portland, OR. As a child, she loved to play hop scotch with her friends, as a teen, she enjoyed going to dances, and after high school she attended beauty school and then became a hairdresser. Judie loved to pamper her clients and color her own hair (her favorite color was pink).

In her twenties she met her husband Allen of 59 years in Portland, OR at a dance at the Division Street Corral. They fell in love and within two years started a family, complete with Tonia, Debbie, Katy, and Kristy. As a family they loved to go on drives, watch home movies, and play games. Being a homemaker later in life Judie provided love and support to her girls and was an enduring mother. Judie loved her family whole heartedly.

Her family will remember her as a loving mother and her passion for sewing, crocheting, music and 4-H. She valued honesty, love, compassion, leadership, and always had a smile even when times were tough.

Judie is survived by her four daughters and their families; Tonia, Debbie, Katy (John), and Kristy as well as 17 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren, and sister Karen. She preceded in passing by her father, mother, husband, and son-in-law Rick.

A memorial service for both Allen and Judie Dick will be held at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Friday, October 13, 2023 at 1 pm with a luncheon following.

4550 Lone Oak Rd SE, Salem, OR 97302.

Service Information

Memorial Service
Friday October 13th, 2023, 1:00pm
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints
4550 Lone Oak Rd SE, Salem, OR 97302
~Joint Service for Allen and Judith Dick, both were laid to rest at Willamette National Cemetery~

Messages of Sympathy

  1. Daughter says:

    I miss you every single day. There isn’t a moment that goes by that does not remind me of you. Rest in peace mom and we will meet again on the other side. Love you! Kris

  2. Daughter says:

    I miss you horribly. Our time speaking on the phone and all you have instilled in me for life. You were a very loving and generous person to all you came in contact with. Until we meet again.
    Love you always. D

  3. Karen Lemcke says:

    I miss the fun times we had growing up, most of all at South Twin Lake which has become the epitome of young fun, carefree summers. Rest in peace sister. You left a beautiful family.

  4. Staff of Johnson Funeral Home says:

    Thank you for trusting Johnson Funeral Home

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