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November 23, 1933 to August 4, 2020- Robert 'Bob' Dimick was born in Portland, November 23, 1933 to Orville Harold & Myrtle Augusta (Carlson) Dimick.

SUBMITTED PHOTO - Robert 'Bob' DimickRobert "Bob" Dimick was born in Portland, November 23,

1933 to Orville Harold & Myrtle Augusta (Carlson) Dimick. He passed away, August 4, 2020 at his home surrounded by his family's love and support. He was 86 years old.

He lived all his school years in the Montavilla neighborhood attending Vestal Grade School

and graduating from Benson High School. He joined the Navy in 1950, age 17, with his 4 friends. He was a Naval Reserve Officer for 28 years, retiring as Lieutenant Commander.

Bob joined the Portland Police Bureau in 1955 retiring

after 30 years of service. He married Viola St. Claire,

they had 4 children. Later divorced he then met Jeanette

McCarthy Sep.6 1980 and they married Dec. 6, 1980. She

had 1 daughter Kim.

Bob loved old car projects starting at age 14 tearing

them apart and reassembling. He was a charter member

of Cascade Pacific Plymouth Club for 20 years, happily

collecting several Plymouth projects.

In 2000 they found their dream 5 acres in Brush Prairie

WA where they built a home and a 3 story car barn. The

property had a creek running through the middle, Bob was

challenged each year with keeping the bridge across as he

dutifully mowed the back 2 acres. He added tractors to his

project collection. They moved back to Portland in 2018.

Bob was a 40 year member of Montavilla Kiwanis

Club. He supported the Mt. Hood Kiwanis Camp where

hundreds of physically and mentally challenged children

attended. He worked hundreds of hours at the camp,

volunteering on maintenance for the many structures that

are there. He delivered Meals on Wheels for 25 years. He

was a happy volunteer for the many different Kiwanis

projects the club supported. They travelled in their trailer

around the USA and to BC where Jeanette's family lived.

Also, several camping, hiking trips to National Parks with

the Mazamas and friends.

Retirement years were good years. Bob was quiet, smart

and kind. He will be missed.

He is survived by his wife Jeanette, son Robert Dimick,

daughters Rendy Jantz, Lisa Pick and Kim Logsdon, 12

grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. His son James

predeceased in 1989.

Graveside Services will be held, 2 pm, Wednesday,

August 12, 2020 at Forest Lawn Cemetery, 400 SW Walters Drive, Gresham, Oregon.

Please visit to share

remembrances and condolences to the family.

Donations can be made in his memory to: MHKC,

10725 SW Barber Blvd, Portland, OR 97219

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