Gail J. Dimick

Gail Dimick, 74, of rural Jefferson County, Ks. passed away after losing her battle with cancer on Thursday March 12, 2020, surrounded by her family. She was a Jefferson County resident for over 40 years.

Gail was born January 19, 1946, in Brooklyn, New York. She was the daughter of Edward and Shirley Anderson. At 9 years old was adopted by her stepfather Robert Busch.

She was a 1965 graduate of South High school in Wichita.

She married Lloyd Dimick on September 28, 1968 in Lawrence Ks. He preceded her in death on June 25, 2013.

They moved to rural Jefferson county in 1971, where they farmed and raised black angus cattle. Her hobbies were gardening, raising pigeon and growing flowers

She was a member of the North Lawrence Christian Church.

She is survived by four siblings: Marquetta Martin, Wichita Ks, Deborah Rice, Wichita Ks, Larry Busch, Wichita Ks and Maureta Busch of Bloomington, Minnesota. She also is leaving behind two very lucky young men Jason and Tracy Dover whom for over 40 years she considered her sons.

Funeral services will be at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home on March 20, 2020, at 11:00 am. Visitation will be held Thursday, March 19, 2020, from 6:00-7:30 pm. Burial will be at Memorial Park Cemetery, Lawrence Ks. THE ATTENDANCE AT THE FUNERAL SERVICE AND GRAVESIDE COMMITTAL SERVICE AT MEMORIAL PARK CEMETERY WILL BE LIMITED TO 50 PEOPLE. THE VISITATION WILL BE LIMITED TO 50 PEOPLE IN THE BUILDING AT ANY ONE TIME.

Messages & Condolences

From Carol J Wilcox...

I didn’t know Gail very long. I had talked to her on the phone and I was so impressed that she would talk to a total stranger about the school house that was right across the street from her house.
She was so very friendly and gave me a bit of information about her life there on her farm and the community. She brought a smile to my face many times when we talked. It was only one time that we talked but she seemed to be a very Special Lady.
May she rest in Peace

From Fran Johnson...

Gail you are now with Jesus-although we will miss your smiling face and sweet disposition, you will now have love around you forever -love, Fran and Rob Johnson

From Connie Pritchett...

Gail was a very nice lady. We went to church together.She had faith and talked about it often.I always enjoyed talking to her at church and other places. I will miss her and know she has eternal life with God. Connie Pritchett

From Kitty Glass...

Condolences to the Dimmick family. We had a common bond, our love of flowers. I’m sure she’s nurturing her flower garden in heaven. May you rest in peace, Gail. Love you.

From Bob & Kathy Proctor...

Our love, prayers, & sympathy to Gail’s family. We had become good friends with Gail at NLCC and had many fun times and conversations at church and during lunches together. We loved her and will miss her. We know her faith was strong, & we celebrate her eternal life with God.

From Loma Gregg...

Gail,the last 4 years we became good friends not only at our Church but out side the Church the time we spent having lunch together and sharing so many things that as you always said was our private things that would be ours. The Phone calls every day, Gail I will Miss you with all my Heart, but these are things I will always cherish that mean the world to me and can always be with me.I know you was one Special Lady and that you know how much I Loved you. Forever your Friend. Loma

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