Rickie Lee Redick

February 20, 1952July 29, 2018

REDICK Rickie “Rick” Lee 66 of Dayton, passed away peacefully Sunday, July 29, 2018 with his family at his side. Rick leaves to cherish his memory his beloved soulmate of 38 years, Debra Ann (nee Cameron) Redick, four sons and two daughters-in-law Chris Sr. and Kelly Redick, Carl and Melinda Geisel, Jeff “Red” Redick, Jimmy Profitt, two daughters and one son-in-law Barbara and Mike Sr. Davis, Heather Profitt; grandchildren and their spouses Zachary (Jessica) Chapman, Christopher II (Makaya) Redick, Timmy Jr. (Krystal) Boyd, Marisa (Lonnie) Cooley, Anthony Boyd, Rickie Redick, Austin Geisel, Harley Dean Redick Geisel, Cheyenne Geisel, Haley Brown, Michael Davis Jr., Lance Davis, Zoe Profitt, Jimmy Profitt, Jerrod Profitt, Ricky Profitt, Rhonda (Emerson) Nunez, Julia Bennet, Dustin Coy, Kenny Cook Jr. Also surviving are his great-grandchildren Melody, Gavin, Colton, Lucas, Landon, Sophia, Callianne, Zander, Nolan, Kyleena. He also leaves two sisters and brothers-in-law Nancy and Al Hunt, Mary Elaine and Cliff Stamper, two brothers and sisters-in-law Jim and Kelly D. Redick, Bruce and Roxie Redick, best friend Trey and Mary Estes and many other extended family and friends. He was preceded in death by his parents James Lewis and Doris Eileen (nee Claybough) Redick, three great-grandson’s Hunter and Wilder Boyd, Emmett Bennet, three brothers-in-law David Haworth, Mike Cameron, Jerry Burton, nephew Chris Cameron, father and mother-in-law Carl and Norma Cameron. Rick was a 1971 graduate of Northridge High School, was US Naval Veteran, was an HVAC Tech having worked at Sears, Simco and Dayton Heating and Air, was a volunteer for over 5 years at the Boonshoft Museum of Survival and Discovery, he was also an ordained minister performing many weddings for family and friends. Rick loved music was a drummer, bass guitarist and played in a Christian band, loved camping, backpacking and the great outdoors but most of all, he was the love of Debra’s life. There will be a Gathering of Family and Friends at the TOBIAS FUNERAL HOME ENGLEWOOD CHAPEL, 675 West Wenger Road, Monday, August 6, 2018 starting at 11:00 am followed by a Celebration of Rick’s life at 1:00 pm with Brother Larry Thomas presiding. Interment will follow in the Royal Oak Memorial Gardens Mausoleum, Brookville, Ohio.


  • Gathering of Family and Friends Monday, August 6, 2018
  • Celebration of Rickie's Life Monday, August 6, 2018

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Debra Redick

August 9, 2018

Rick Redick you knew we were sole mate before I did ! I am so glad you keep telling me how much you Love me ! I will always love you forever and always! We had 39 year's of good times !

Michael Davis Sr

August 8, 2018

This was a great and loving man that did so many great things in his lifetime. I grew up not knowing my father and didn't know what having a father was like. Shortly after I first met him he came to be a great father figure to me. He even married his oldest daughter to me personally and when we went to church gave me a bible from his collection and filled out the inside to me. We would sit with each other and have church classes together each week for the longest. I will forever love and miss this man. This page is too short to tell of all my great memories for him but him marrying me to his daughter and going to church really stand out so much. Love you dad

Heathe Profitt

August 4, 2018

My dad, oh the memories I have. Those man always took care of us. He was so fun growing up, there was water fights in and out the house. Dad would take the hose on the roof and get us all. Even when in call he never missed a baseball game, sometimes he only got to see a few minutes but he was there. If he knew we were in the right he backed us 100%. He taught me everything I know. He loved to go camping but was not allowed to sit in a "camp" chair because every one he say in broke... It became a family joke. I am going to miss my dad!

Roxanna Redick

August 2, 2018

We were schoolmates, Art,and Speech and ThePlays. You later introduced me to the love of my life.
Family Band and in and out of all the hikes you and Bruce hiked . All of the ups and downs in life.
Now you can rest , Rambling Boy ! May your children honor you with peace and Debra be comforted with sweet memories. To all the family, the Lord bless us all and keep us in His care.
Peace be upon all that love.

Sissy Barrett

August 2, 2018

You were always there when I needed you my whole life, treating me as your own child. You could put a smile on anyone’s face, bringing joy to little ones at Christmas time by dressing up as Santa. You were truely a great man!!! I love you uncle Rick. Say hi to my momma.

Northridge High School Alumni

July 31, 2018

To the family,
May God give you for every storm... a rainbow,
For every tear... a smile,
For every care... a promise,
And a blessing in each trial.
For every problem life sends, a faithful friend to share,
For every sigh... a sweet song,
And an answer for each prayer.