Daniel Lloyd Bick
June 13, 1941 – November 20, 2021
Daniel L Bick June 13, 1941-November 20, 2021 Dan is survived by his wife, Becky Bick, Roberta Scott first wife and mother of sons George, Daniel, and daughter Carol Blevins, and grandmother of granddaughters Crystal, Kathleen, Katie, Michelle, Kristina, and grandson Jimmy. As well as, great grandchildren Ariha, Cheyanna, Sierra, Kayle, Dylan, Jayden, Lillian, Dorthey, Leslie, Jameson, and Caleb. Dan was loved by all of those who knew him. He had to go to work at age fifteen to support his mom and himself. He started painting houses at the age of seventeen. He was the hardest working man that I ever knew. He loved the outdoors, raising horses and cattle, fishing and hunting. To follow him while hunting was a job in itself. He would go farther than most and faster than most and usually getting his game often leaving others behind. Packing into the mountains with family and friends, on horseback was one of his great loves in youth. In the painting industry he was one of the best ever, painting homes, buildings, and skyscrapers, he had no fear of heights. He was the foreman and lead man as a union painter in the Seattle metropolitan area. He loved woodcarving, mostly birds. He would carve and paint them with intricacy to their natural colors. He was an expert at this as well. Every thing he chose to do, seemed to come easily to him. He soon became an expert at anything he chose. Dad built two homes outside of the Duvall area on acreage that we as a family cleared over many years raising pigs, ducks, chickens, geese, and pigeons along with cows and horses. Dad was the type of man that if you needed help, he was there. I know because he helped me many times in life. His family had great importance to him. He helped many of his friends at his own expense and asked for nothing in return.
Matthew 5: 14-15 Ye are the light of the world. A city that is set on a hill cannot be hid. Neither do men light a candle and it put it under a bushel, but on a candlestick and it giveth light unto all that are in the house. This was my dad, whether he knew it or not to all those who knew him.
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Daniel Lloyd Bick
November 27, 2021
Dan always made Mark and I welcome when we would come visit him, Bec, Tam, and Mark. Dan and Mark enjoyed their talks about construction. He was a kind soft spoken man that will be missed.
Much love to Bec and the family,
Alexis Travers and Mark Coppin
November 24, 2021
R.I.P. Big Dan You Will Be Missed, But Not Forgotten♥️ You Would Make People laugh And Joke Around Always Helping Anyone That Needed Help. We Had Good Times Together. You Always Would Work Hard Always Working In The Yard And Working On Your Wood Carvings Of Your Beautiful Birds. Back In The Day We would Come Up Every Sunday To Visit And Ride Horses With Carol George Danny We had A Good Time .You Loved To Go Hunting, Fishing, Camping . You Were a great Uncle . We Love You Uncle Big Dan.
November 24, 2021
When we were kids I would spend a week in the summer time visiting his sister Sandy. Danny would take me fishing with him early in the morning. He packed us a lunch and because I didn't have a fishing pole he found a stick and wrapped fishing line around it with a hook and bobber. He always put the worm on the hook for me. He was a lot of fun, easy to talk to and laugh with, a really great guy. See you in heaven Dan I know you are there.