Marvin David Dicker

January 3, 1941March 31, 2021

Marvin D. Dicker, age 80, of Novelty passed away on March 31st, 2021. He was a systems analyst and the “Grand Poobah” of the North Coast PT Cruiser Club. Marvin enjoyed golf, car shows, motorcycles, and most of all his family. He is survived by his wife of 45 years Linda; children Kim Hillier, Karen (George) Krivo, and Ken Dicker (Tessa); grandchildren Ryan (Sarah), Kassie, Amber, Emma, Victoria, Andy, Angelina, and Olivia; sister SanDee (Chris) Eisenberg; and his beloved parrot Tattoo. Friends may call at GATTOZZI AND SON FUNERAL HOME, 12524 Chillicothe Rd. (Route 306 N. of Mayfield Rd.) Chesterland, from 4-8pm on Tuesday, April 6th, 2021. (Masks and social distancing required.) In lieu of flowers donations may be made in Marvin’s honor to the Alzheimer’s Association or the Geauga Humane Society Rescue Village


  • Frank Dicker, Father (deceased)
  • Gertrude (nee Green) Dicker, Mother (deceased)
  • Linda (nee Mielke) Dicker, Wife
  • Kim Hillier, Daughter
  • Karen (George) Krivo, Daughter
  • Ken Dicker (Tessa), Son
  • Ryan (Sarah), Grandson
  • Kassie, Granddaughter
  • Amber, Granddaughter
  • Emma, Granddaughter
  • Victoria, Granddaughter
  • Andy, Grandson
  • Angelina, Granddaughter
  • Olivia, Grandaughter
  • SanDee (Chris) Eisenberg, Sister
  • Parrot Tattoo


  • Visitation

    Tuesday, April 6, 2021


Marvin David Dicker

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tom and bev kraus

April 6, 2021

still cant believe Marv is gone. sooo many memories of all of our PT outings and trips. I miss seeing all the posts of all the good food he ate. our mouths watered at all of them. loved his sense of humor.was so looking forward to a picnic after all the pandemic stuff was over. rest in peace dear marv. you will be forever missed.

Jeff Tesar

April 6, 2021

Marvin and Linda I never will forget you both you always looked after me like your son whenever we were at events I'm very blessed to know the both of you And will always remember the good and fun time

Yvonne and Bill Haney

April 5, 2021

Linda, we are so sorry to hear about Marvin and please know that our thoughts are with you and your family.
Our PT Cruisers brought us together and we have enjoyed getting to know both of you and very much appreciate your warm welcome to Marvin's PT group.
We have so many fond memories of music in the park, PT cruises lead by you with Marvin's directions, the sunset cruise, covered bridges and so much more. The pictures Marvin has taken will help keep memories close. Sorry we are unable to be with you.
Our sincerest condolences,
Bill and Yvonne Haney

Karen Krivo

April 4, 2021

You didn’t need to say a word. I have always known by the look in your eyes, how much you loved me. ❤️ Rest in Eternal Peace, Daddy. I love you & miss you so much. xoxo

Thierry & Patricia MEUNIER

April 4, 2021

MARVIN, you will remain in our hearts forever, you were a great friend, we will never forget these few days spent with you and Linda.
You will remain for life our FFL EFM.

We cannot be there with all your family, but despite the distance, our thoughts will accompany you as well as our prayers.

Sincerest condolences

Thierry & Patricia from France

Mark and Beckie Seyller

April 3, 2021

Rest in peace Marvin. It was a pleasure to know you. Cruise On !

Jan & Jerry Robinson

April 2, 2021


There is an old belief that the stars shining in the night sky are the spirits of those who have died. They have shed their earthly bodies and exchanged them for bodies made of light; thousands upon thousands of our dear departed friends all promoted to glory in the night sky.

There is another saying that the brightest flame burns the shortest. My friend, you were the brightest star in my own universe. While I burn on, my flame dimmed by grief and despair at your passing, the stars are watching me.

They are too far away for me to touch, just as you have gone somewhere I cannot follow until my own star-time comes. They cannot be held close for comfort, just as I can no longer hold you close, though I held you close to comfort you in your final hours.

We were together for such a short time, but the stars will burn forever. One day I will grow tired of this earthbound body, my own star-time will come and my spirit will soar into the sky to burn with all those friends who have gone before me. On the inky cloth of space we will be reunited in constellations of joy.
Until then, my flame burns low and dim and cold without you.

Through my tears I look upwards to see if you are watching me and what do I see?

There is a new star shining in the sky tonight. –
Sarah Hartwel

Ken Dicker

April 2, 2021

Monthly Dinner. Just Sonny Boy and his dad. I love you dad, you'll always be in my heart ❤️

Mark Ciliano

April 2, 2021

It was so nice to meet you and Marv. At Wild Thang 13. Marv really enjoyed the PT community. RIP Marv.

Kim Hillier

April 2, 2021

Daddy, I hope you know how much you were loved and respected. I hope I have made you proud and live a life that honors you. I think I do, because I see it being fleshed out in my children, your grandchildren. Till I see you again. 💕 you and miss you. Kim