Rosedale Funeral Home & Rosedale Cemetery

917 Cemetery Road, Martinsburg, WV


Ronald W. Dick

June 9, 1978September 4, 2019

Ronald Wayne Dick, 41 of Martinsburg, passed away on September 4, 2019. Born on June 9, 1978, he was the son of Douglas Dick and Sharon Bridges. Ronald was employed with Amazon, at the time of his passing. He was a member of The Fraternal Order of the Orioles Nest 296. Ronald was a beloved son, brother, uncle and friend. He was a diehard Dallas Cowboys fan and he enjoyed watching his nephew play football. In addition to his parents, he is survived by one brother, Brian Dick and wife, Krystle; nephew, B.; and nieces: Courtney and Lindsey. Friends will be received on Monday, September 9th from 6 to 8 PM at Rosedale Funeral Home. Services will be held on Tuesday, September 10th at 11 AM at the funeral home. Interment will be in Rosedale Cemetery.


  • Visitation Monday, September 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, September 10, 2019


Ronald W. Dick

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Brian Dick

September 11, 2019

You showed me a lot of things.
I learned a lot I didn't know,
But you forgot to teach me one last thing

How to let you go.
I know you didn't mean to leave me;
Sometimes we have no choice.
I miss being your little brother,
Hearing my name called by your voice.
I wish I got to say "I Love You"
Before you were given to the sky.
If God could grant me one last wish,
I'd ask to say "Goodbye."
You always meant a lot to me.
I could never love you less,
I know it's true when they say,
"He only takes the best."

B’s games will never be the same without you. I love you Ronald Wayne.

Holly Lawrence

September 9, 2019

Goodbye old friend. For all those who are experiencing this loss at much deeper level, I am sorry. Ron was a sweet fun gentle soul. Everyone I know referred to him as the quiet Ron, but I remember lots of laughs, jokes, and yelling, " Regulators, mount up!" So, I guess me being one of the guys had its perks. I really was able to just chill and have fun with them. All in all, I'm glad the Ron Dick I knew wasn't all that quiet around me, and I am grateful for the memories that were made watching wrestling, clubbing, playing cards, etc. Big hugs. RIP.

Karen Sparkman

September 7, 2019

I worked with Ron at Amazon. He was the most kindest, sweetest, nicest guy and it was an honor to have known him and to call him a friend. He was always so polite and so helpful. You will be missed dearly, my condolences to all your family and friends and I pray that all of us can find peace. I pray that with each passing day that we all find comfort, and that all our hearts my begin to heal with time and most of all I pray your family finds the strength to get through this and that they know you’re looking down on them, on all of us. My heart is so heavy right now and I’m still in disbelief that you’re gone. Rest easy my dear sweet friend and keep smiling and looking down on us all. You will forever be missed and never forgotten.


September 6, 2019

I worked with Ron at Supermedia and stayed friends with him on facebook. He was the sweetest, kindest man and it was an honor to call him my friend. It breaks my heart that he was taken at such a young age. My condolences to his family and friends. Ron, you were a great guy and I know you are at peace.
Vicki Marts