Harley Arthur Dickinson, who was lovingly referred to as Mr. D by his students, colleagues, and biggest fans, has recently passed away. He died on Thursday, March 31st, 2022. He was born on April 8th, 1949, in Camrose, Alberta. His parents are Arthur and Lila Dickinson. He had three sisters, Carolyn Anderson, star Haynes, and Sheryl Dickinson newton. As well as his six children: Garett (Danae) Dickinson, Michael (Deana) Dickinson, Carley (Travis) George, Marayna (Vincent) Dickinson, Dakota (Duncan) Dickinson, and Jay Rymer; plus five grandkids he adored with his whole heart.
Harley Arthur Dickinson Obituary, Cause Death
His whole life, Harley had many dreams like a mountain man, a cowboy in the wild west, an eagle that flies very high, and a tall pine tree at the top of the mountain. He even wanted to become Santa Claus. he spent many years working for AGT, installing communications systems, and working overtime to provide for his growing family. He learned to become a pilot, but he didn’t want to be away from his family, so he chose his family over his career.
In 1989, Harley received his Bachelor of Education from the University of Calgary. His students were his best friends and the purpose he held deep within his heart for over a 30-year career. He found passion in many things, like fishing trips with his friends, singing along to his favorite beach boy tunes, riding his motorcycle, or looking at the stars. But his all-time favorite will always be loving and raising his six children. There will be an event to celebrate his life on April 8th, Friday, at the car stair community hall. There will be a reception with snacks to follow the ceremony. People can also donate to the Alberta children’s hospital foundation in Harley’s name in place of flowers.
Harley was a fantastic person. He will always be missed and remembered in the hearts of others.