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Cremation has taken place. A private family service will be held at a later date.
Kelly Dyck
1954 ~ 2022

Kelly passed away peacefully in his sleep at home just as he wished on Tuesday, September 13, 2022.

Kelly is survived by one older sister, Laura (Jack) Martin, one younger sister, Elaine (Doug) Hoeppner and a younger brother, Garry (Vicki) Dyck. Kelly is also survived by his wife, Lisa and her family; they were very much part of his life. Reg, Ron, Corinna and Janet and their families will miss Kelly very much. He was predeceased by his parents and a brother-in-law, Jim Hildebrand.

Peter Kelvin (Kelly) Dyck was born on July 11, 1954 in Souris, Manitoba to Peter and Mary (Martens) Dyck. When Kelly was quite young the family moved to Morden, MB. Kelly was only 12 years old when his father passed away and it changed his life. He gave his mother a hard time so he had to spend time with his Uncle Abe and Uncle Henry in Crystal City. He often said those were some of his happiest years. He also often spoke highly of his first real job at Gibb Farms in Miami, MB. Kelly was a gifted carpenter and worked for John Friesen Construction for many years. He credited John Friesen for teaching him the trade, with these skills Kelly was able to build his first home. Kelly and Lisa were married on August 31, 1997 in the beautiful setting of the original Pembina Crossing in the Pembina Valley. They had recently celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. Family was very important to Kelly. He always wanted to know what was going on in the lives of his nieces, nephews, as well as his great nieces and nephews. Each one was valued and celebrated. Even though his many years of illness kept him from interacting with people the way he would have liked to, Lisa kept him updated with pictures, stories, and all the latest happenings of family life. We're sure Kelly would want you to know who his nieces and nephews are:

Clarey (Bertha) Martin, Ian Martin, Quenton Martin (Allysa), Kent (Cheryl) Hoeppner, Keith (Erica) Hoeppner, Jill (T.J.) Matychuk, Chicago Dyck (Nikki), Jesper (Kahlila) Dyck, Darien Dyck (Austin), Kienan Dyck.  Jennifer Fehr, Laura (Ike) Fehr, Luke (Tanisha) Hildebrand, Zach (Victoria) Hildebrand, Carly (Nathan) Kliewer, Chad Braun, Madison Braun.

Right up there with his love for family was his love for hockey, in particular the Chicago Blackhawks. When it came to hockey, Kelly could out talk anyone about stats and hockey history. Kelly's all-time favorite player was Bobby Hull. That admiration grew when Kelly was a teenager and met Bobby Hull at a cattle auction in Elm Creek, MB. Kelly's faith became more important to him in his later years and his baptism by his good friend Jake Friesen was part of his healing and an important step for him. Even through his sickness he remained positive and was easy to care for. He became more kind and compassionate and cared when others were hurting.

The Dyck family would like to thank Lisa for the way she cared for Kelly through the years. Her love for Kelly and the way she cared for him did not go unnoticed. We have called her Kelly's angel for many years. Lisa would like to thank the family for always being supportive and being there when they needed you. We would also like to extend a thank you to Dr. Earl and Dr. Woelk, for their kind and compassionate care along with the nurses and volunteer staff at Cancer Care at Boundary Trails Health Centre. The Cancer Care team became so important to us over these last five years.

We will miss Kelly very much. He had in an impact on our lives in different ways that will not be forgotten.

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