Halteman Fett & Dyer Funeral Home

436 North Broad Street, Lancaster, OH


Darlene Dick

October 24, 1955January 19, 2020

Darlene Rose Dick, 64, of Lancaster passed away on Sunday, January 19th, 2020 at Mt. Carmel St. Ann’s Hospital. Darlene was born on October 26th, 1955 in Lancaster, Ohio to the late Thomas E. and Rachel R. Miller. She retired from Anchor Hocking after many years. She also enjoyed crocheting and volunteering at Berne Union Schools. Most of all she loved her family and enjoyed spending time with them. Darlene is survived by her loving husband, Steven R. Dick; children, Steven R. (Diana) Dick II and their children, Isaac and Chloe; Nathan Dick (Ashley); and Adam (April) Dick and their children, Ally and Allen; her brothers, Thomas Miller II, Peter (Crystal) Miller, Mark (Jana) Miller and Matt (Brandee) Miller; as well as numerous nieces, nephews and other loving family members. A Celebration of Life is to be held on January 25th, 2020 at 4PM at the New Life Christian Center with Pastor Gary Keller and Pastor Mike Hurst officiating. Dignity Cremation is to take place through the HALTEMAN-FETT & DYER FUNERAL HOME.


  • Celebration of Life Saturday, January 25, 2020


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Lynn Barnhart Butterbaugh

January 25, 2020

Hello. I’m so sorry for your loss I haven’t seen her in a while but I will always remember times with her. Rest In Peace Dar. You need it

Kathi Sylvester

January 24, 2020

Sorry to hear about the passing of a fellow classmate Darlene. RIP Darlene 🙏

Joyce Baumgardner Lowe

January 21, 2020

Darlene, the last time I saw you was at our Berne Union reunion that I attended. You were so excited that I was there that you ran around behind Me right into the bathroom to be able to see me and talk to me! We had some fun there that night! It was so much fun to see everyone! We've also talked on Messenger as recent as November, talking about how sick you were! You will definitely be missed, Darlene, and I will miss our personal discussions on Messenger talking about us getting older and how our bodies were handling or not handling the many changes they were being given. But now you can fly free Darlene and not worry about all that! Until we meet again...I Love you and I'll miss you! ❤

Mallory Coakley

January 20, 2020

I remember most about Darlene was her taking me to my Christmas program at church called 1800 Christmas i will miss her so much fly high love ya till we meet again